The largest compiled volume of One Piece has more than 21,000 pages, although it is not intended to be read

One Piece is one of those franchises of manganime that is already a fundamental part of the otaku culture and that continues its course after 25 years of publication.

Eiichiro Oda (Oda Eiichirō) began publishing the One Piece manga on July 22, 1997 in the Shūeisha’s Shonen Jump, and continues to release installments after a quarter of a century. The anime was not long in coming, in 1999, and already has 1,034 episodes.

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Anime movies, video games, and even an upcoming live-action adaptation being prepared by Netflix, have been swelling the franchise over the years.

It is natural that the adventures of Luffy, zoro, Nami and company, are so popular and have raised One Piece to the top among fans, who show their passion with cosplays, and some fan art amazing.

The One Piece book that is not meant to be read

What there was not, until now, is a compilation of one piece that gather all the adventures of Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates to this day.

The artist Ilan Manuach has challenged the limits of bookbinding with a compilation that brings together 21,450 manga in a single volume that, as you will understand, is not designed for you to read on the subway.

One Piece by Ilan Manouach

as collected Guardianthis compilation does not have the authorization of Eiichirō Oda or Shūeisha, but it could avoid legal investigations as it is conceived as an artistic expression, not to be read by fans.

have been printed 50 copies of ONE PIECE by Ilan Manouach that have quickly sold out despite their price of $1,800. Certainly, this is a form of fanart that you don’t see every day, but we’ll be damned if it’s not terribly curious.

Luffy, Nami, zoro and the troop continue their adventures in the manga and the anime from One Piece. This fall, others, will be released One Piece Film RED in Spanish cinemas, after triumphing in Japan.