One Piece Creator Eiichiro Oda Shares Touching Message About Manga Ending

One piece Fans prepare for it as the manga is nearing its final arc, bringing to an end one of the most famous manga in the world.

To mark the occasion, creator Eiichiro Oda shared a touching message with fans before the manga’s final adventure begins.

One piece follows the adventures of main character Monkey D. Luffy and his quest to become the next Pirate King by finding the treasure known as “One Piece” with the help of his pirate crew, the Straw Hats.

One Piece Creator Eiichiro Oda Shares Emotional Message

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A promotional poster for the anime adaptation “One Piece” of Eiichiro Oda’s legendary manga series. The manga is about to enter its final arc and bring the story to a conclusion, and Oda shared a special message on Twitter to mark the occasion.
Eiichiro Oda/Shueisha, Toei animation

Oda announced he would be taking a month-long hiatus from the manga in June, with the series taking a brief hiatus starting June 25.

The manga creator took a break from publishing chapters in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump so he could properly prepare for the final chapter of the story.

On Monday, July 18th, it was announced that the manga will return on July 25th, with the creator sharing an emotional message in Japanese on his official Twitter page ahead of the manga’s return and the start of his final arc.

Per comicbuch.comwho translated the tweet, Oda said in his message, “When I was a kid, I had this thought, ‘I wish I could draw a manga series where the ending is the most exciting part! I wonder if it will be me Until then!!!’

“Now we are almost done with the Wano Country Arc and all the prep work is done. It took me 25 years to get to this point hahaha. But it’s still okay if you continue reading from here… from now on, this is going to be ONE PIECE!

“I will draw all the mysteries left in this world that I have hidden until now. It’s going to be really interesting.”

Oda concluded, “Please buckle up. Thank you very much, I hope you will keep up with me a little longer!”

2022 marks the 25th anniversary of the manga, with Oda’s creation first published in Weekly Shonen Jump in Japan in July 1997.

Alongside this notable moment in manga history, the next chapter of the anime adaptation is also set to be released later this summer: a film titled One Piece: Red.

Meanwhile, Netflix is ​​also currently filming a live-action adaptation starring Iñaki Godoy as Luffy, Mackenyu Arata as Luffy’s crewmate Roronoa Zoro, and Emily Rudd as Nami, another member of the Straw Hats.

It has not yet been announced how long Oda’s final arc for the manga will last, but given how many years the manga has been published and how long each arc typically lasts, it’s likely that the manga won’t last for a few more will end years.

The One Piece manga is published in English by Viz Media and the anime is now available to watch on Crunchyroll. One Piece Creator Eiichiro Oda Shares Touching Message About Manga Ending

Rick Schindler

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