Eiichiro Oda didn’t want to write a piece because of slam dunk

In an interview that is now remembered Eiichiro Oda, Manga writer One piece, revealed that his popular manga would be out of stock due to the franchise Slam dunk. Oda joined in during the interview Takehiko Inoue, the author of Slam Dunk, and revealed that he was close to working for him rather than freelancing.

""I asked my editor to allow me to be an assistant in your studio. But he just said casually, "There are no vacancies," and that annoyed me. However, if I had been accepted into your degree, it would probably have changed my fate completely. In many ways, that was probably a turning point in my life.".

For his part, Eiichiro Oda publishes the manga in the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha since July 1997. The franchise has inspired several adaptations to other media, the most important being the anime, which has aired since October 1999 and which the studios are responsible for producing. Toei animation since then.

One Piece Synopsis

The story revolves around Monkey D. Luffy, a young pirate who ventures into the East Blue Ocean to find the "One Piece", the most important hidden treasure for pirates, because whoever finds it becomes the king of the pirates

Luffy will start his own group known as the Straw Hat Pirates, while also recruiting new members to meet enemies, criminal organizations, revolutionaries and the world government itself.

© 尾 田 栄 著 (著) / SHUEISHA 集 英 社


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