One Piece is ready for the final narrative arc: Oda's message

One Piece is ready for the final narrative arc: Oda's message

One Piece is ready for the final narrative arc

One Piece is ready for the final narrative arc now that, in the issue of Weekly Shonen Jump scheduled for July 25, 2022, it will finally return to serialization after a four-week break from the weekly magazine.

One Piece is ready for the final narrative arc, the message of Oda

The series will return very soon and will do it in a big way, that is, starting the long-awaited, how incredible (in the sense that it does not seem to be true), arc final narrative whose duration is also a complex puzzle to solve.

In any case, Eiichiro Oda himself has prepared a message for the very beginning of the ending. Here are his words that point straight to the hearts of the most loyal fans and, at the same time, load them for the next adventures:

When I was a kid I always thought of making a manga whose most exciting part had to be the final one! I wonder if I will keep these expectations! At the moment, Wano's story arc is almost over and the preparatory work for the next phase is ready. It took me 25 years to get here and it can be fine if you start reading from this point (laughs, editor's note). From now on it will be One Piece! I will write all the mysteries that I have kept hidden until now and I promise it will be interesting. Now, please, fasten your seat belts and stay with me for a while longer. Thank you all!

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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 the narrative arc of the country of Wano, in Japan has reached 1053 chapters and 102 tankobons. In Italy, however, the series is published by Edizioni Star Comics with 101 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 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. Find the last details here.

Here is a synopsis of the manga:

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 strangest gang of 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.

One Piece's Creator Talks The Ending of The Series

The long-awaited finale of One Piece is right around the corner, with Eiichiro Oda spending years hinting at the fact that Luffy and his Straw Hat Pirates' journey is ready to come to a close. With the Shonen mangaka taking a break to prepare for the last ride of the Straw Hats, the artist has revealed some new information when it comes to the series finale along with the idea that this last journey will be the biggest that followers of One Piece have seen to date.     

In a recent blurb to fans, Eiichiro Oda discussed creating the final arc of his long-running series and how he has been planning the Final Act ever since he was a kid:

'When I was a kid, I thought to myself: man I would love to draw a manga with the most hyped final stage! I wonder if I'm up to it! Now, we have only a tiny bit of Wano Arc left, the preparations are almost done. Took me twenty-five years lol. That said, it's fine if you start reading from this point on because from this point on, it'll be (the) ONE PIECE! The mysteries of this world, I'll be drawing all of them! It'll be super interesting! Fasten your seatbelt and please stay with me for a bit longer.'

Despite being the Deus ex machine of the series, the One Piece treasure is still a mystery, with the closest hint that fans have been given being its discovery in a flashback sequence by Gol D. Roger, Kozuki Oden, and various other swashbucklers of the past. In previous snippets, Oda has confirmed that he is well aware of what the treasure is, having shared this information with his editors over time, and is sure to reveal its mysteries in this final storyline.

One Piece has been telling the story of Luffy and his Straw Hats for decades at this point, traveling to the corners of the seas known as the Grand Line, and it's clear that Oda is ramping up to have the finale be the biggest storyline of the series to date, and end things with a band. 

What predictions do you have for One Piece's finale? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of the Grand Line. 

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