One Piece Netflix Live Action: logo for new adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s work

This Friday, September 3, the official twitter account for the new adaptation live action of One Piece, a work written and drawn by the renowned mangaka Eiichiro Oda, released a first image of what will be the logo of the franchise soon to premiere on the Netflix streaming service globally. That announcement came in conjunction with the reveal of the first page of the script that is being used for the filming of the long-awaited pirate series.

One Piece. Foto: Netflix_anime

This new logo tries to recreate almost faithfully the original image seen in the manga and anime, a fact that has been liked by its fans on social networks, while at the same time they ask that the original story made by the teacher be respected. Room.

One Piece. Foto: Netflix_anime

The live action has been supervised by the author of One Piece himself, who said that this was a good opportunity to try something new, and that he was also interested in the style of storytelling used for this kind of project. Thus, its fans are waiting for new news from time to time.

As it is recalled, in January 2020, it was announced that this new series produced for Netflix will have a total of 10 episodes, although at the moment it is not known what the duration of each one will be, or if they will all be released. together, weekly or in two parts.

One Piece. Foto: Eiichiro Oda

One Piece – sinopsis oficial

Wealth, fame and power. One man had obtained everything in this world and was the King of the Pirates Gold Roger. But before he died, his last words inspired the world to venture out to sea: “My treasure? If you want it, it’s yours. I have hidden everything in that place ”.

Thus began what is known as the Great Age of Piracy, which launched hundreds of pirates into the sea to find the great treasure One Piece.