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Famous mangaka Eiichiro Oda has confirmed that the live-action One Piece series will not premiere until he is satisfied


Famous mangaka Eiichiro Oda, creator of the One Piece manga, has issued a letter to fans summarizing his journey towards creating the live-action series for the One Piece manga offered by Netflix, stating that the series will not be shown until he is completely satisfied.

And Oda stated in the message that was published on the occasion of the birthday of the main character of “Luffy”:

Considering how old I am, I think this is the last chance to bring One Piece to the entire world. If we’re going to do that, I want to be able to oversee things myself while still being active. That’s why I agreed to do the One Piece manga live-action series in 2016.

Oda continued:

Since then, Netflix has put enormous resources into producing the reality series, and it was announced that the series will be shown in 2023, but they promised me that we would not show the series until I was satisfied.

Very little has been revealed about the One Piece live-action series, earlier this year we got a new poster showcasing the iconic heroes of the series and we also know that the series is supposed to premiere later this year on Netflix, and the series will consist of 10 episodes.

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