A massive One Piece mural depicting the epic raid on Onigashima has been erected at Paris’ Gare Montparnasse railway terminal.
The new mural was created to celebrate the release of the 101st volume of One Piece, collected in the region. The majestic artwork features many of the characters from the Onigashima raid, including fan favorites like Trafalgar D. Water Law, Kaidou’s rebellious boy Yamato, and of course series hero Monkey D. Luffy. life scale. The mural can now be viewed at Gare Montparnasse in Paris, one of the city’s six major rail terminals. Images of the mural were shared online by French manga and anime news outlet Team Manga.
The battle in Onigashima is one of the highlights of the Wano Land arc, where the Straw Hat Pirates allied with several other major pirate crews to take down the formidable Kaidou and the Beast Pirates. The eventful and long-winded arc began in Episode 909, which aired in 2018 and is still ongoing. The anime adaptation of the arc began in 2019 and continued with the series’ latest critically acclaimed episode that explains Yamato’s backstory and his history with Ace.
A piece Incredibly popular in France. In 2021 alone, the long-running pirate saga managed to sell 5.6 million copies in the region. Last year, series creator Eiichiro Oda gifted the recently re-elected French President Emmanuel Macron with a special illustration of Luffy and the other Straw Hat Pirates, and thanked French fans for making the series such a success. Macron responded by sending Oda a thank you message in both French and Japanese.
A piece It was created by Eiichiro Oda and originally Weekly Shonen JumpIn almost a quarter-century since its debut, The Adventures of the Straw Hat Pirates has become the best-selling manga series of all time by a wide margin, with nearly half a billion copies worldwide. . While the entire anime series can be streamed on Crunchyroll, certain seasons and some of the franchise’s animated features can stream on Netflix.
In addition to the ongoing manga, fans of the series can look forward to the upcoming release of the 15th movie in the series. One Piece Movie: Redwill premiere in Japan this August. A live-action adaptation is currently being filmed in Cape Town, South Africa, and is being produced by Netflix and Tomorrow Pictures, the studio behind the short-lived film. cowboy doll restart. Oda serves as a producer in both projects.
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