One Piece manga will miss the deadline predicted by Eiichiro Oda

One Piece Manga Will Miss The Deadline Predicted By Eiichiro Oda Luffy One Piece 1.Webp

Hey, manga guys! Let’s talk about a topic that is on people’s lips, especially among “One Piece” fans. It seems that Eiichiro Oda, the master behind this incredible work, is a little confused with the predictions he made about when the manga will end. He had said back in 2019 that he would close the story in five years, but, apparently, things are not going as planned.

Eiichiro Oda and the 2019 Optimistic Forecast

At that time, Oda gave a bombastic interview to the YouTube channel “Fischer’s” straight from his home. He said that he wanted to end “One Piece” in five years. Even his editor, Takuma Naito, got on board and confirmed the story in an interview with Oricon. But, as time passes, it is becoming clear that this prediction was more optimistic than realistic.

Look, you can’t deny that “One Piece” is booming, especially with the “Egghead” arc, which has a breakneck pace and is winning over people. But, even with all this success, the end seems far away. The new editor, Kaito Anayama, even released a comment saying that he knows what “One Piece” is, but left it in the air that the end is still a little far away.

Oda and His Deadlines: A Story of Ups and Downs

This story of setting a deadline is nothing new in Oda’s universe. Since 2002, he has been making predictions about how long it would take to finish “One Piece.” And, despite having reinforced these dates in 2014, 2019 and even 2020, it seems that he is still far from putting an end to the saga.

To the delight of fans, “One Piece” continues to be one of the best-selling manga, with 107 volumes published as of January 2024. VIZ Media, which licenses the manga in North America, has translated up to volume 104, and volume 105 It is scheduled to be released internationally in March 2024. The synopsis of this volume is already leaving people in anticipation, promising a lot of action and twists.

Then that’s it! The “One Piece” saga remains firm and strong, with Oda at full steam, even if the finish line is still a little far away on the horizon. We stay here, cheering and following each chapter of this epic story!

The anime is available on Crunchyroll.

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