The appearance of Doflamingo in One Piece 1083 is a surprising twist for many fans, given that the former Shichibukai was imprisoned in Impel Down after his defeat at the hands of Luffy. However, his appearance on the cover of the chapter hints at the possibility of a future cover story for Doflamingo, starting from One Piece chapter 1083.
Many One Piece fans believe that Doflamingo’s life will not end in prison, and he will play a significant role in the final saga. As a descendant of the Tenryuubito, his existence is crucial to the story, especially since his parents chose to leave Mariejoa. Doflamingo is said to hold a significant secret related to the treasure in Mariejoa, which is believed to be connected to Law’s Devil Fruit, Ope Ope no Mi.
Doflamingo’s status as a Shichibukai made him a significant asset to the World Government, allowing him to control Dressrosa and engage in illegal weapons trafficking with impunity. His unique position as a member of Tenryuubito also provided him with access to vital information about Mariejoa.
Despite his imprisonment, Doflamingo’s influence and access to information may allow him to escape with ease, potentially using his knowledge of the treasure in Mariejoa to his advantage. While in prison, he even received newspapers, a luxury that is unheard of for inmates in Impel Down’s level 6.
The cover of One Piece 1083 highlights Doflamingo’s similarities with Crocodile, another defeated villain whom Luffy bested. However, it does not take much time for someone like Doflamingo or Crocodile to regain their position as a leader of an organization. Crocodile, for instance, formed the Cross Guild after his defeat and led the resistance against the World Government and the Navy.
Doflamingo’s future in One Piece is yet uncertain. He may form an alliance with Crocodile’s Cross Guild or become a significant threat to the World Government and the Straw Hats. As his cover story unfolds, One Piece fans can expect to learn more about this complex and intriguing character and his crucial role in the story.