An unexpected year that was supposed to have ended initially


Surprisingly, Eiichiro Oda, the creator of the manga and enthusiast of all things “One Piece”, has stated that he originally planned to end the series in 2002, just 5 years after it starts. This may have put the ending of “One Piece” around the Arabasta part, although as we all know, the manga ended for two more parts in just 2002 (Jaya part and part Jaya part). Arc Skypeia). While that interview appears to have been timed, Oda reiterated his desire to end the manga after five years in a 2019 interview with Fischer’s YouTube channel (via Fischer’s YouTube channel). Anime News Network). However, it’s unclear if he’ll stick to that timeline as just a year before that, he claimed “One Piece” was about 80% complete (via Hypebeast).

In “23rd Diary: Punk Danger” (one of several in the lengthy “Diary” book series dedicated to the “One Piece” universe and including additional information about the series) Oda blamed The inclusion of the Shichibukai is the reason for the story. it was too difficult to say, “I think it would be bad if these characters came out, and as you can see, it created this series!” (through the Twitter).

The Shichibukai are known as the “Seven Lords of the Sea” in the English adaptation – and are a group of seven notorious pirates who have allied themselves with the tyrannical world government. Whatever the reason for “One Piece”‘s extended running time, one can’t help but wonder what the series’ ending might have looked like if it had all been wrapped up in 2002.

https://www.looper.com/704447/the-surprising-year-one-piece-was-supposed-to-originally-end/ An unexpected year that was supposed to have ended initially


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