Official Theatrical Poster for One Piece Film RED – Ramen Para Dos

One Piece Film RED Official Theatrical Poster

Through their social networks, Select Vision share the official poster for cinemas of One Piece Film RED, both in Spanish and Catalan. The fifteenth animated film based on the popular work by Eiichiro Oda is coming to cinemas in Spain in autumn of this year with dubbing in both Spanish and Catalan and in original version subtitled in Spanish.

the famous director goro taniguchi (Code Geass, planets), who has already directed One Piece: Taose! Kaizoku Ganzackthe first animated project of one piece and which was screened at Jump Super Anime Tour ’98is in charge of this film by One Piece Film Red. Together with him, Tsutomu Kuroiwa (One Piece Film: Gold, Gantz O) is in charge of writing the script. The film will hit Japanese theaters on August 6.

The last feature film of the franchise released to date was One Piece Stampede in August 2019. Regarding the series for television produced by Toei Animationthis is in issue since 1999 in fuji tv and on November 21 it reached its 1,000th episode. In addition to this, the video-on-demand platform Netflix is in the process of producing a live action series based on the manga.

the sleeve of one piece has been publishing in the pages of the magazine Weekly Shonen Jump since 1997already accumulating a total of 102 compiled volumes in the Japanese market. It is not just another series, but it is an icon of otaku culture that is already in the Hall of Fame from the manga story. Apart from holding the title of best selling series in manga historyhas other milestones such as being one of the finalists for the awards Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize from 2000 to 2002, Grand Prix winner at 41 Japan Cartoonists Association Award in 2012 and being a Kumamoto Prefectural Honorary Award Holder in 2018.

Of course, a success of the stature of one piece would not go unnoticed in the Spanish market. Eiichiro Oda’s original manga is published in Spain by comic planet, being published the first 100 volumes of the work. The same publisher has also published the official guides, art books, and various anime comics based on the franchise’s films.

The anime also arrived one piecebeing edited all the movies on DVD and Blu-ray by Select Vision. Regarding the television series, it was licensed by Arait Multimedia and 254 episodes were broadcast and dubbed into Spanish on television. His last step at the national level was in Boingbeing canceled its broadcast on said open channel in 2012. Currently Crunchyroll offers the simulcast of the anime in the original version with Spanish subtitles. Other derivatives such as video games have also been launched in the Spanish market, mainly those published by Bandai NamcoEntertainment.

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