One Piece: An Iconic Symbol Exposed Before the Netflix Series Release
With the increasing number of film or series projects based on manga or anime, fans eagerly anticipate the final rendering of original artworks. One of the most highly anticipated live-action series is Netflix’s adaptation of One Piece. However, fans have expressed apprehension about the upcoming series. To address these concerns, the author of the epic adventures of the Mugiwaras has shared a press release to help appease the climate of mistrust surrounding the project. As the launch of the show approaches, fans are eager for any communication that may entice them.
— ONE PIECEスタッフ【公式】/ Official (@Eiichiro_Staff) May 20, 2023
Netflix’s Big Move with the Live-Action One Piece Series
Netflix is not afraid to try to charm the most fervent admirers of Eiichiro Oda’s work, even if they are the most picky spectators. In this case, the official Twitter account of One Piece shared two visuals related to the next live-action series, including the emblematic straw hat that Shanks le Roux wore. This hat is inseparable from the work and is one of the main distinctive signs of the Jolly Roger of Luffy’s crew. Besides the hat, fans can also discover the “experimental” flag designed by the holder of Gomu Gomu no Mi in the pop-up “OnlyOnNetflix” event. While these objects may not completely reassure the fans before the release, it could make them happy for a few moments.
However, trying to adapt One Piece serial live-action, Netflix is playing very big. The challenge will be to not disappoint fans at the highest point. In France, for example, the enthusiasm for Eiichiro Oda’s manga is immense and has been for twelve years. Although showing fans objects in the series can sometimes set things on fire, as evidenced by the criticism last February, over a vulgar story about shoes, it is still highly anticipated. Currently, we are awaiting the release date and the first preview.
Transposing the First Adventures of Luffy and Crew
According to sources, the One Piece live-action series is expected to release in the next few months, by the end of the year. The series will transpose the first ten or even eleven volumes of Eiichiro Oda’s work, covering the first adventures of Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Usopp and Sanji aboard the Vogue Merry. Stay updated with our article for more information about the series.