Hit Japanese manga “One Piece” has nearly 1000 chapters and counting. It is seemingly set to finish Luffy and also the Mugiwara (Straw Hat) Pirates’ journey, as they’re now set to enter the “final arc.”
This year’s 35th issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine teased in a poster. It was for One Piece Magazine volume 10 that the manga is “headed toward the upcoming final arc,” on August 2.
They said One Piece Magazine volume will commence on September 4. It is additionally asking fans to reread the manga to “prepare for the climax”.
Eiichiro Oda: The Legend
Author Eiichiro Oda’s bestselling manga, which was first published in 1997. It gave birth to the all-time favorite anime of the identical name that’s now also among the longest-running series ever.
Oda previously revealed in a YouTube video last September 2019 that he plans to finish “One Piece” in five years. This teaser might just signal that he has finalized his decision.
With the 21-year-old anime, which started way back in 1999, fans saw how the evolution of animation came about. Starting with quite the grainy quality and not-so-flashy fight scenes, the series now boasts a number of the foremost fluid and epic battles of all time. Many times at par even with the foremost recent releases.
While some may find both the manga and anime’s length intimidating, now may very well be the proper time to start out binging either of the 2 or both, because why not? As people are stuck in quarantine.
No further details were revealed from the report. But fans can only expect that because the manga nears its end, Monkey D. Luffy will finally acquire One Piece whatever it seems to be and become the Pirate King.
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