WARNING: The following contains spoilers for One Piece Chapter #1011 by Eiichiro Oda, Stephen Paul and Vanessa Satone, available in English now from Viz Media.
One Piece Chapter #1011 sees a lot of characters shifting locations. Law and Zoro leave the rooftop so Luffy could fight Kaido alone, Big Mom crashes into Onigashima's second floor after and Zeus escapes from the scrap box that Kidd trapped him to find Big Mom. Yet, those aren't the only new developments, as Kidd and Killer meet with an old foe they once called an ally.
After Big Mom unleashed her electrifying attack, Fulgora, with her new homie, Hera, it caused her, Kidd and Killer to crash back into Onigashima. Big Mom ended up landing on the second floor, where she encountered Tama, Usopp, and Nami, while Kid and Killer found themselves among the rubble of the third floor.
After they pick themselves up, Kidd is quick to suggest going after Big Mom; the whole reason they went after her in the first place was to keep her separated from Kaido. But as the captain and first mate rush to find the Yonko, the two run into a group of Beast Pirates. However, the man leading the charge is none other than "Magician" Basil Hawkins.
Right away there's some bad blood in the air, as Kidd seems ready to put the traitor through the wringer. Originally, Kidd had formed an alliance with Hawkins and Scratchman Apoo as a way to take down one of the other Yonko, Red-Haired Shanks. But after Kaido invaded their strategy meeting, Hawkins swore allegiance to him alongside Apoo, who was already working as an informant for Kaido. But Kidd refused to submit to Kaido, and as a result, he and his crew were defeated by the Yonko and eventually imprisoned in Udon Prison until Luffy started the prison riot. Now, the two are finally face-to-face, and Kidd looks like he's out for blood.
However, Killer points out that they can't leave Big Mom unchecked. Kidd begrudgingly takes his first mate's advice and leaves Killer to fight Hawkins while he goes to find her. Hawkins thanks Killer for getting Kidd to leave, admitting that he couldn't defeat both by himself. The magician puts a lot of stock in his tarot readings, and with Kidd now gone, Hawkins insists that Killer has a 92 percent chance of death. Killer, on the other hand, laughs in the face of Hawkin's bold predictions. Even when Hawkins wishes him luck, Killer simply tells him to go to hell. He doesn't need an ounce of luck from a traitor.
It'll be exciting to see how the fight between Hawkins and Killer develops in the next chapter of One Piece. Of the five Supernovas who originally faced Kaido and Big Mom, Killer was having the most trouble. Now facing Basil Hawkins, he's likely to contribute a lot more with what's expected of the scythe-wielding combatant. We haven't gotten many direct fights between Supernovas, so it's anyone's guess as to how exactly the battle will unfold.