“One Piece” anime anime to get a reboot

An anime adaptation of the popular One Piece manga will get a second season, with the series getting a new, full-length anime.

The official website for the series announced on Monday that a new season will premiere on April 8.

The new anime will feature the voice cast of the first season.

The anime will be produced by Studio Pierrot and will be directed by Yasuhiko Shimazaki.

Shigeto Oishi, who wrote and directed the first two seasons, will return as producer.

Oishi’s first series, the original anime, premiered in 2013.

It is currently streaming on Crunchyroll.

The website also posted an announcement that an upcoming episode of the series will be titled “The Return of Oishi.”

The website says that the anime will air in English and that the first episode will air on April 6.

The series, which debuted in 2014, has been licensed to Funimation for North America and Japan.

It was produced by the same company that produces the popular English-language version of the anime.

“The return of Oita, the young pirate who fought the Whitebeard Pirates,” the website says.

“With his crew of colorful, energetic, and talented companions, Oishi has returned to the sea.

He will embark on his final adventure with his friend Nami and their loyal crew of sea turtles.”

The anime was also adapted into a live-action film, titled “One More Day,” in 2015.

The first season of the show premiered on October 19, 2016, and was nominated for a Golden Lion Award at the 2016 AnimeJapan Awards.

The manga has been serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump since 2011.

In 2016, it earned its first Weekly Shōnen Jump Manga Award.