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Eiichiro Oda reveals that One Piece is in the final stage

The creator of One Piece, Eiichiro Oda, has revealed that the history of manga full-length is now in its “final stage”. With where the Wano Country arc has led things to for Luffy and the rest of the Straw Hat Pirates, the end of the series seemed like it was much closer now than it was a few years ago.

If we add to this some of the great revelations about the world in general of Monkey D Luffy and the mysteries of the final island, the stage has also been set for whatever Oda has planned for the series finale. Now Oda has cemented this.

Previously, The Truth News reported that Eiichiro Oda clarifies the status of anime and manga during the pandemic. Now, a special announcement of the series that celebrates the launch of Volume 100 of the series, Oda can be seen illustrating a draft of the page while the text on the side reads: “The story is in the final stage.”

Eiichiro Oda announced the final part of One Piece

Fans have received various teases and estimates about the upcoming ending of the Monkey D Luffy franchise over the past year, and Oda takes this one step further with the special message translated by him. usuario de Twitter @ ochimusha108.

It begins as such: “Here we all are, 100 volumes. Now you can line up 100 unique One-Piece volumes on a shelf! Sorry. For those of you who own them all, they’re probably taking up too much space even though you have tons of others. important books ”.

“Trust me, I know! But from my point of view it’s like, ‘Wow, so this is my whole life, huh?’ Actually, it’s more like ‘Wait … that’s it ?!’ Day after day for the last 24 years, a grown man has spent his time drawing like crazy! So let’s go! Is that really all it comes down to ?! ”the mangaka added.

Continuing further, Oda drops another great joke about the series’ ‘final stage’: “Maybe it’s best to let the readers decide what those 100 volumes represent. How about? Too much space? Too little?”

“Either way, it represents a world that we create. It was born from my imagination, and also yours. Our story is now in its final stages and until the day we finally come to an end, I will guide you through it to the best of my ability, “Eiichiro Oda concluded.

How much is left for the end of One Piece?

Cover of Volume 100 (Photo: Shueisha)

The “final stage” of the series could last between five and ten years (as other rumors have claimed), but it’s clear that the series finale is more in sight now than ever. We remind you that you can read the manga One Piece by Eiichiro Oda legally in MANGA Plus.

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