Oda's goals for One Piece's final story arc

Oda's goals for One Piece's final story arc

On the occasion of the joint interview between Eiichiro Oda, author of One Piece, and Gosho Aoyama, author of Detective Conan, to celebrate the achievement of the 100 volumes of the respective series still, among other things in progress, he unveiled his goal for the 'final story arc.

Oda's goals for One Piece's final story arc

The final story arc began on July 25, 2022 with Chapter 1054 and Eiichiro Oda stated the following words when embarking on the topic mentioned:

Speaking of the final saga, I try to remind myself to use a playful approach. Even if One Piece ends up becoming a source of complaints from my fans or maybe some ideas are not interesting, it means that they will have been for me.

The author, continuing, also anticipated which will be the next scenario that fans will have to keep an eye on with particular attention:

Well, for the moment I would say that the events of the past will keep me busy. One day something happened in the world during the hundred years of the great void and that something will soon be revealed. It will be fun and interesting at the same time. What I actually like is when the readers get to have fun, it's really great.

Eiichiro Oda also thought about the manga's ending complete with a definitive statement. Please click here to read.

The joint interview was created in collaboration between Shueisha and Shogakukan to celebrate the record of the 100 volumes of the two manga still, among other things, in the process of serialization. The interview is divided into two parts: the first published in the number 34 of Weekly Shonen Jump (July 25), while the second and last in the number 35 Weekly Shonen Sunday (July 27).

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, Japan has reached 1055 chapters and 103 tankobons. In Italy, however, the series is published by Edizioni Star Comics with 101 volumes available (you can find it on Amazon).

The manga is inspiring an animated series made by Toei Animation, which has been running uninterrupted since 1999 with 1027 total episodes to the credit, which is transfixing the events of the narrative arc of the Country of Wano. In Italy the broadcasting rights are owned by Mediaset with 628 dubbed episodes as from 20 October they returned to TV with the unreleased tracks. The series is also legally visible, with subtitles in Italian and with a premium account through the Crunchyroll streaming platform.

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.

We remind you that Toei Animation will launch a new One Piece animated film, One Piece Film Red, to be released in Japan on August 6, 2022 and in Italy in Autumn 2022 for Anime Factory.

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