Eiichiro Oda, creator of One Piece, shared an incredible and interesting illustration for all fans of the series, as it allows you to see Franky, a carpenter in the Straw Hats crew, as an old man in his 50s and 70s.
The illustration has been shared through the Twitter account of the user NewWorldArtur, and in it we can find four versions of the charismatic cyborg who is in charge of the repair work inside the ship commanded by Monkey D. Luffy.
As we can see below it is about the 50 and 70 year old versions of Franky, both in his human form and in his machine mode, Well, let’s remember that our dear Franky is a cyborg. However, regardless of this robot condition, it seems that the years do not pass in vain and even the irons also age, or at least that is how Eiichiro Oda has imagined it.
The truth is that regardless of the years it seems that Franky will never lose his particular attitude and personality, although it is worth noting the naval ship in which he would end up becoming his 70-year-old version. Surely it would be worth fearing alone for more than one entire Navy fleet.
On the other hand, it is worth saying that Franky has become one of the favorites of the followers of One Piece, because since Luffy joined his crew in the arc of Water 7, He has done nothing but win the hearts of viewers by showing enormous loyalty to the Straw Hats.
What did you think of this old man version of Franky presented by the creator of One Piece?
With information from Eiichiro Oda.
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