Chin Piece: the manga parody of One Piece!
In number 42 of the Weekly Shonen Jump, which is available in Japan from 18 September 2017, will debut a Chin Piece, which is a manga parody based on One Piece, the exceptional work written and illustrated by Eiichirō Oda.
Chin Piece is written and drawn by MANGATARÔ, but Shueisha wanted a little joke with the fans because the manga-parody, being actually too similar, from the point of view of the design of the characters with the original series of Oda, has been cancelled after a single page! Here is the page:
Returning to reality, this humor on the part of the japanese publisher only serves to advertise the new work of MANGATARÔ which will debut on September 25 on the application Shonen Jump+, and the manga will not have anything to do with One Piece.
One Piece is a japanese Shonen written and illustrated by Eiichirō Oda on the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump (Shueisha). The manga is ongoing work since 1997 and is composed of 878 chapters at the moment.
The first 869 are collected in 86 volumes. The manga is inspiring an animated series, video games, special shows, feature films, the ANIME, merchandising and so much more. In Italy, the manga is published by Star Comics and currently the publication is now in volume number 83.
The animated series of the same name, broadcast on Fuji TV and produced by Toei Animation, is in the course of work since 1997 and, to date, have been transmitted more than 800 episodes. In Italy, the unpublished episodes will arrive this September.
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