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One Piece is working to rewrite the historical of anime adaptations

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The adaptation of a sci-fi movie One Piece is going to premiere in a couple of days on Netflix. The first live-action adaptation of the anime, filmed by the trailer, has been raved and fans raved about the series, and the creator of the original, Eiichiro Oda, believes it’s an ability to rewrite the history of failed anime adaptations. It is not only one of the most popular anime and manga franchises of all time, it’s also in fact one of the hardest materials to translate into a live action format.

Eiichiro Oda understands it very well. He repeatedly told fans over the seven years of development of the series about his expectations for the final version. Because One Piece came to Netflix very soon, the mangaka tried to cheer up fans around the world with his announcement.

Attempt to reconstruct 1:1 is impossible. Adaptation is not an illusion. That’s a expression. We aren’t even entirely satisfied. We’re looking for a new chapter to explore the story of live-action films. We have two goals: not to betray the fans and to win a best show. Eiichiro Oda shared.

One Piece airs on Netflix on August 31.

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