One Piece Dominates Map Showing Most Popular Anime In Each US State

A new map shows how A piece has become in the bustling scene of the United States.

As reported by Polygon, the new map, which was compiled by CenturyLinkQuote, calculates the most popular anime in all 50 U.S. states using research data collected throughout 2021. The map reminds viewers that while there is no there aren’t many things most Americans can agree on these days, A piece is a national pastime, as the show topped in 25 states across the country. Pokémon was the second most popular result, winning over eight states, while Naruto proved that ninjas are welcome in six Midwestern and Southern states. The Super Natural Thriller Death threat also seems to be especially popular in Kansas and Oklahoma. Several shows have managed to conquer a single state, such as the biggest hit of this anime season, The attack of the Titans, which apparently has a lot of fans in Utah, and the classic shojo Sailor Moon, which remained popular in California. Japan’s largest current series, Jujutsu Kaisen, also managed to win the crown in only one state, Hawaii.

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A pieceThe coast-to-coast popularity comes as no surprise, given that Eiichiro Oda’s long-running pirate adventure is the best-selling manga series in history, selling nearly half a billion. copies in circulation around the world. The manga is expected to eclipse the lifetime sales total of Batman comics and all Harry Potter books in the coming months. The series originally premiered in 1997, and the original manga and its subsequent anime adaptation have always managed to stay at or near the top of sales and ratings in Japan throughout their run of over 20 years. In 2021, the series received renewed attention as the manga released its 1000th chapter and the anime similarly aired its 1000th episode.

oda and Weekly Shonen Jump Editor Shueisha has repeatedly teased that the long journey of Monkey D. Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates is finally coming to its ultimate conclusion, but the series could find new life in an upcoming live-action reboot. The latest adaptation of Oda’s work is being produced by Netflix and Tomorrow Studios, the production company behind the short-lived Cowboy Bebop live action series. The series will star Come on, Youth! and Who killed Sarah?is Iñaki Godoy as the stretchy pirate Monkey D. Luffy. Oda is the executive producer of the new show.

Eiichiro Oda’s manga is available in English from VIZ Media. The full anime series can be streamed from Funimation and Crunchyroll, while portions of the series are available on Hulu and Netflix. The series is also set to return to US cable television, as Toonami recently announced that it will begin airing the second half of the series.

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Source : CenturyLinkQuote via Polygon

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