One Piece Art Assembles All Of Oda’s Swashbucklers

The story of A piece has been telling the story of Luffy and his Straw Hat Pirates for decades, introducing fans to countless swordsmen who sail the Grand Line, both good and bad. As the War for Wano currently unfolds in both the anime and manga, seeing Luffy and his crew fight against Kaido and his Beast Pirates, a fan decided to take the pirates from this story, as well as countless others, in one piece of fan art that tries to capture the look of all the characters created by the mangaka known as Eiichiro Oda.

While Oda has spent decades introducing manga readers and anime viewers to pirates in the world of Grand Line, the creator hasn’t been shy about saying that he seeks to bring Luffy’s journey to attempt to become King of the Pirates at some end within the next five years. This certainly seems to be the case when you look at the scale of the war for Wano, which has brought in large numbers of the Worst Generation in an attempt to liberate the isolated nation known as Wano and its beguiled citizens.

Reddit artist AmoyCK shared this work in progress which attempts to round up an insanely large number of pirates from Eiichiro Oda’s long-running Shonen series, showing just how many swordsmen have been introduced over the decades to both the side light and on the dark side of the ray:

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While the anime and manga have continued to weave the Straw Hats’ story, Netflix is ​​getting in on the action of the Shonen series as the streaming service’s live-action adaptation is currently in production. With Eiichiro Oda joining the project as executive producer, many fans are eagerly waiting to see the first footage from this anime adaptation. Although Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop failed to get a second season, the streaming service is moving forward with adaptations, including One Piece, Avatar the Last Airbender and Yu Yu Hakusho to name a few.

What do you think of this work in progress that brings together countless characters from A piece? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of Grand Line.