• "One Piece" 1053 is reportedly titled "New Emperors of the Sea"
  • The upcoming chapter is coming out Sunday
  • It will reveal the true identity of Hitetsu

"One Piece" 1053 spoilers tease that legendary mangaka Eiichiro Oda is once again trolling fans with another batch of shocking revelations, including the new set of bounties released by the World Government along with the new Emperors of the Sea.

According to reliable insiders in the community, "One Piece" 1053 is titled "The New Emperors." As the title suggests, readers will get to know the new Emperors of the Sea following the defeat of legendary Yonkos Kaido and Big Mom at the hands of the Worst Generation Pirates.

The spoilers also reveal that Luffy, Law and Kid get new bounties of 3 billion Berries each after their impressive victory. Moreover, the World Government has changed Luffy's image in the "wanted" poster to one that features his Gear 5 form.

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But that's not really the most shocking revelation readers will come across in "One Piece" 1053.

Based on the early set of spoilers, Tenguyama Hitetsu, the swordsmith who is the descendant of the legendary swordsmith Kotetsu and O-Tama's guardian in Amagasa Village, is actually Kozuki Sukiyaki.

For those who have forgotten Sukiyaki, he is the father of Oden, the grandfather of Momonosuke and Hyori and the former Shogun of Wano Kuni.

In the entire Wano arc, Hitetsu wore a tengu mask all over his face, making it impossible for people to recognize his face and his real identity.

Since he was one of the wisest men in Wano and the only remaining Kozuki who knew how to write and read the poneglyphs as well as the story behind its creation, Nico Robin talked to him to learn about the mysterious steles and informed him that the ancient weapon Pluton was in the closed country of Wano.

The spoilers also provide more information about the mysterious admiral Ryokugyu, including his real name, Aramaki, and his power. It turns out he has the ability to create plants that can absorb people's nutrients. In the upcoming manga installment, readers will see him use it against King the Conflagration and Queen the Plague.

As part of the "One Piece" tradition, there is a celebration in Wano, which means feasts, merry-making and this time, fireworks. Saving the best for last, Kid arrives at the party and shows Luffy the latest newspaper dropped by News Coo.

In the news are the new Emperors of the Sea. And, these are Shanks, Blackbeard, Luffy and — the most surprising but not really unexpected — Buggy.

"One Piece" 1053 is slated for release Sunday.