One Piece: Oda draws Ace, and Sabo as the samurai of Wano
Through the pages of the number 9 One Piece from the Magazine, the magazine of study related to the work of the mother written and illustrated by Eiichirō Oda on Weekly Shonen Jump available in Japan and online stores, the japanese author, at the request of a fan, has made, as usual, an illustration or what-if this time is exceeded.
Eiichirō Oda has imagined Sabo and the late Ace if they were of the samurai in Wano, which is the location where our pirates are experiencing their own adventures within the anime and manga.
We can watch here the exciting picture with the two adoptive siblings of Luffy, it seems, would be in the looks of it.
Ilustración especial de Eiichirō Oda en la One Piece Magazine Vol. 9. En esta ocasión ha dibujado unas versiones de Wanokuni de Ace y Sabo 😍😍😍 Recordad que en esta sección de la revista Oda dibuja peticiones de lectores, or versiones alternativas de situaciones or personajes. pic.twitter.com/5ujkdBZ4Ej
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Recall that the volume 9 and is already available in Japan and, among others, contains: a poster “WANTED” up-to-date dedicated to Tony Tony Chopper, an unpublished interview between the character design of One Piece together with Kohei Horikoshi, the creator of " My Hero Academia, and Demizu Posuka, the artist of The Promised Neverland, the second part of the novel: ONE PIECE novel HEROINES” starring Nico Robin written by Jun Esaka, and more.
ONE PIECE is a japanese manga series written and illustrated by Eiichirō Oda to the inside of the magazine Weekly Shonen Jump (Shueisha) since 1997. Currently reached 978 chapters, in Japan the manga has racked up 96 volumes.
In Italy, the manga is published by Edizioni Star Comics, and today are available the first 93 volumes.
The animated series of the same name which is by transposing the narrative arc of Wano Country has reached 929 episodes and is aired every Sunday. In Italy, licensed by Mediaset, the animated series stops at episode 578. The series is visible legally, with subtitles in Italian and with a premium account through the platform to stream Crunchyroll.
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One Piece in 2019 is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the first airing of the anime, and, on occasion, on August 9, 2019 was released in japanese cinemas as the feature film One Piece: Stampede. In Italy, the film was screened on the 24th of October 2019 in the cinema with Anime Factory and Koch Media Italy.
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