Oda had to have surgery for astigmatism; manga on hiatus from June 19 to July 10
Kodoani.com – The official website of the manga One Piece Eiichiro Oda’s manga announced on Tuesday that the manga will be on a four-week hiatus (June 19 to July 10) from this year’s 29th to 32nd issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, due to Oda’s surgery. astigmatism. The manga will return in the 33rd issue on July 18th. The manga will still be released in next week’s 28th issue on June 12th.
Oda added that astigmatism has caused his vision to be blurry and it is affecting his work. The author decided to have surgery after discussing it with his editor last year.
Oda began serializing the One Piece manga in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine on July 19, 1997, and it has been serialized ever since. Shueisha published volume 105 of the manga on March 3 and will publish volume 106 on July 6. The story revolves around Monkey D. Luffy, an aspiring pirate who, like many other pirates, dreams of winning get the legendary “One Piece”. treasure left behind by a legendary pirate. He assembles a crew and a ship and explores the Grand Line in search of treasure, while confronting rival pirates and government navies along the way.
A television anime adaptation of the manga premiered in October 1999, and has also aired ever since.
The One Piece Film Red theatrical anime premiered in Japan in August 2022. The film is the franchise’s best-selling and highest-grossing film, in terms of both ticket sales and currency. yen earned at the box office. The film is the 8th highest-grossing film of all time in Japan and topped the Japanese box office in 2022 in terms of earnings and ticket sales.
Netflix is producing a live-action adaptation of the manga that will premiere this year.