COFFEEPERDAY.COM - Eiichiro Oda is the creator of One Piece and he has been working on this manga for over 23 years. Although Oda has planned to end his story in the next 5 years, the world of One Piece is still so big that it has now released more than a thousand chapters, and the end of the story of this series has not yet arrived.
Oda has revealed many interesting things about the One Piece story over the years. Here are some things he has said about the One Piece series so far!
How Long is a One Piece Story? &8 Other Things Oda Revealed About This Series
8. One Piece Will Be Completed In 5 Years
We still do not know if Oda will be able to finish the One Piece story in five years or not, but the editors are confident that Oda will be able to finish it in the next 5 years.
7. Oda Already Knows How He Will End The One Piece Serial
Although almost no one knows what he has planned, if we know Oda's expertise in executing his idea into One Piece, fans will definitely be very excited and waiting for the end of the story from this series.
6. One Piece Is A Real Treasure
According to Oda, it would be very unfair if the Pirates of the Straw Hat pirates have been making a long journey in the face of all obstacles and do not get prizes at the end of their journey.
5. Oda Has Never Changed The Ending Since The Beginning Of The One Piece Release
Eiichiro Oda once claimed that he would change the end of the One Piece story if the fans could guess their theory correctly. However, lately it is definitely not true.
In January 2021, Editor Isaac asked Oda if he would change the end of the story, and Oda denied his desire to do so.
For someone who has long planned the end of the story, it makes perfect sense to stick to the end that has been planned and illustrate it as Oda wants.
4. Oda Dedicates His Life To One Piece
Every One Piece fan must love the story of the series, but no one loves this series more than Eiichiro Oda himself, this is evidenced by the hard work and effort he put into it. According to Kawashima editors, Oda is determined to die for One Piece.
During their first meeting, Oda also told Kawashima to "die for ONE PIECE," which shocked him but also impressed him. Needless to say, Oda's love and concern for this story is truly proven.
3. Oda Often Cry When Drawing One Piece
During a TV interview in August 2020, editor Naito revealed that the delay in releasing the manuscript from the chapter where Rebecca met Kyros made Oda very frustrated, this is because when Oda drew the panel, he could not hold back his tears.
2. Opening Scene from Wano Is Oda's Favorite Moment
Oda has the best moment he chooses, and by 2020 this will finally be known to fans. Oda's favorite scene from the whole story is the opening scene from Negeri Wano in chapter 909.
Next up was the moment in the Sabaody Islands where Robin wiped the rubber off the island with Usopp clothes. Finally, Skypiea's bonfire scene is in third place for Oda as he is always looking forward to the moment to be drawn.
1. Arc Wano Relates to One Piece Treasure
Editor Naito, one of Oda's editors, last year revealed that Oda called the Wano State arc very closely related to the last chapter of the One Piece manga later. Arc Wano is arguably the most important arc of One Piece (to date).
Furthermore, Naito also says that the arcters will be associated with the biggest mystery, which is "What is One Piece Treasure?" and fans will soon know a little about On's treasure