Monsters: the first work Eiichiro Oda (One Piece) becomes a manga audio

Monsters: the first work Eiichiro Oda (One Piece) becomes a manga audio


According to what was released online by Twitter user @ WSJ_manga, Monsters, Eiichiro Oda's manga before making One Piece, will receive an audio manga adaptation.

The adaptation project will be published in two parts: the first to be released on September 6 and the second the following day on the official YouTube channel of Jump. In addition, the manga audio will be attended by exceptional cast.

More information will be revealed in the future.

Monsters - let's talk about the manga of Oda before One Piece

While it may seem somewhat odd, Eiichiro Oda drew something other than One Piece prior to One Piece. Monsters was a one-shot manga made by the author of the records in 1994 and the narrative revolves around a samurai named Ruyma.

A series has never been born from the one-shot, but it is possible to consider it collaterally part of the world of One Piece since Eiichiro Oda-sensei later transferred Ryuma in a zombie-skeleton version within the narrative arc of Thriller Bark, portraying him as a legendary samurai who killed a dragon. Again, it is known that Zoro faced him on his own in that narrative arc.

Oda-sensei himself has confirmed that Ryuma, the protagonist of Monsters, and Ruyma, the legendary swordsman who died of illness, are the same person .

Later Monsters was also published in a volume of One Piece-related short stories collection, titled One Piece Wanted! . In Italy it is available for Star Comics you can find it here on Amazon.

“Luffy's first“ official ”and unpublished adventure! After the prototype published in "One piece red", here is the adventure that convinced Shueisha to transform this short into the series. The volume also contains the unpublished short stories by Eiichiro Oda: the western "Wanted", "A divine gift from the future", the exorcistic adventures of "Ikki Yako" and the prototypes of the characters of Zoro and Mihawk in Monster ".

One Piece: the manga and the anime

One Piece is a shonen manga written and drawn by Eiichiro Oda through the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump (Shueisha) since 1997. The manga series, in the heart of narrative arc of the Country of Wano, Japan has reached 1018 chapters and 99 tankobons. In Italy, however, the series is published by Edizioni Star Comics with 98 volumes available (you can retrieve it on Amazon).

The latest releases of the manga are available for free and totally legal reading on MANGA Plus (Shueisha ).

The manga is inspiring an animated series made by Toei Animation and has been running uninterrupted since 1999. It has currently reached 982 total episodes and is transposing the events of the story arc of the Country of Wano.

In Italy the broadcasting rights are owned by Mediaset and currently boasts 578 dubbed episodes. The series is also legally visible, with subtitles in Italian and with a premium account through the Crunchyroll streaming platform.

The franchise has inspired video games, merchandise, manga spin-offs, animated feature films and a Netflix TV series with real-life Western actors currently in development. We retrieve the last details here.

"In the phantasmagoric universe of One Piece there is no word" rest ", and the tireless mind of the master Oda is constantly at work to give birth to new, crazy adventures for the gang to live of the most bizarre pirates there is! In Wa, Luffy's group has almost finished gathering companions and allies, and is now one step away from the planned raid on Orc Island. Meanwhile, on the side of the enemies, the worst of alliances sees the light! While Kaido toasts the "monstrous" partnership, the world situation begins to falter ".

Tom DeLonge Describes His ‘Monsters Of California’ As A Coming-Of-Age Film With ‘Dick Jokes’

Former Blink-182 member and current UFO conspiracy theorist Tom DeLonge is set to make his directorial debut with the upcoming film Monsters Of California. Actor Richard Kind, who stars in the film, previously said DeLonge wouldn’t stop talking about UFOs and aliens on set. But, according to DeLonge, that’s not all the film is about. He describes it instead as combining the paranormal and a coming-of-age story riddled with dick jokes.

DeLonge recently sat down with NME for a conversation about his band Angels And Airwaves and Monsters Of California. During the interview, DeLonge was able to give a succinct synopsis of the project:

“About 14 years ago when I started Angels [And Airwaves], I was telling people how we were going to put out books and make movies. Everyone said ‘you’re high, you’re crazy and you’re chasing aliens!’ but I’m just doing the stuff I said I was going to do. Monsters is really the beginning of the mainstream version of what I want to do, which is to put out films that have a much larger appeal that are a lot of fun, that are based on a point of view I have. […] The movie, by the way, is like if Spielberg went back and made an indie [movie] that’s rated R, that’s just paranormal and dick jokes and coming-of-age John Hughes type stuff. So I think people are going to like it, it’s fun.”

Elsewhere in the conversation, DeLonge talked about the possibility of collaborating with Travis Barker. DeLonge said they have recorded some music and hope to one day tour together, but there are too many logistics. “Travis and I, we never really talked about doing a whole album or anything like that, but we do have a song laying around that we did,” he said. “We have talked about not only releasing it, but what would it be like to play shows but everyone’s so busy, how do you do that? How do you assemble the band, get all the songs back up there, figure out where you’re going to tour, when you’re going to tour. Travis has a million things going on, I have a million things going on. It’s not that we don’t want it, but it’s not the priority. It’s a nostalgic, awesome thing, but nostalgic, awesome things don’t really run your life. You’ve got to fit them in.”

Watch DeLonge’s full interview with NME here.

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