This Platform To Stream Manga's Most Successful Series: One Piece Live-Action
The eagerly awaited live-action version of "One Piece," one of the most well-known manga series ever, is about to make its debut on online streaming services. Eiichiro Oda is the illustrator of the Japanese series, which has been published in Shueisha's weekly shnen manga publication Weekly Shnen Jump since July 1997.
The OTT king Netflix announced on its social media accounts on Sunday that One Piece would be streamed on their website. The OTT platform unveiled the first poster for their much awaited series on Twitter and added the message, "Adventure is coming! In 2023, ONE PIECE sets sail. For it to be added to your list, click Remind Me.
Many people responded to the news in the comments area of Netflix's article on social media. "I was first suspicious," one user remarked. I'm now, however, quite enthusiastic about this. I hope everything works out well. "I'm genuinely so eager idc if it's not wonderful I'm going to love it anyhow," read another remark.
Iaki Godoy will play Monkey D. Luffy in the Netflix series, along with Mackenyu as Roronoa Zoro, Emily Rudd as Nami, Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp, and Taz Skylar as Sanji, according to a report in the American newspaper Variety.
The main character of the television series "One Piece" is Luffy, a young man who embarks on an adventure to become the pirate king and find the mythical "One Piece" treasure.
McKinley Belcher III, Morgan Davies, Aidan Scott, Vincent Regan, Jeff Ward, Craig Fairbrass, Langley Kirkwood, Celeste Loots, Alexander Maniatis, Ilia Isorel's Paulino, Chioma Umeala, and Steven Ward all have significant parts in the critically acclaimed One Series. The streaming juggernaut will soon disclose more cast members.
One Piece is the best-selling manga series in history and the best-selling comic book series printed in book format, according to Wikipedia, which estimates that it has sold over 516.6 million copies in 61 countries and territories worldwide. It is moreover one of the most successful media franchises ever.