One Piece: Announced That The Series Will Be Taking A Month Off To Prepare For Finial Saga. •• Stig
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One Piece: announced that the series will be taking a month off to prepare for finial saga.

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One Piece is a prominent anime and manga series that has earned a lot of success. The Wano arc is now in progress, and the overall enthusiasm and expectation for the arc’s completion is at an all-time high. The first few episodes were well-received, and fans are eagerly anticipating the next installment. The mangaka, Eiichiro Oda, did, however, just declare on Twitter that the series will be taking a vacation for a few weeks. This is due to the mangaka’s desire to take a break and prepare for the forthcoming arc or collection of chapters, which will bring the series to a close. Here’s all we know about One Piece’s next hiatus, which was just announced a few hours ago.

One Piece: Eiichiro Oda has announced that the series will be taking a month off.

According to insiders, One Piece will take a month off to celebrate its 25th anniversary and the approaching Final Saga, which would most likely conclude the manga series. The manga will be updated every two weeks until June 27, 2022. The series will take a vacation after that chapter until July 25, 2022, and this will be Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump’s 34th issue. As a result, fans may expect two more chapters before the series goes on hiatus for four weeks. When One Piece Film: Red was announced, fans guessed how long the arc would take and recommended him to take a break. This was due to the fact that the end of the Wano arc, the release of Red, and the filming of the live-action Netflix series would all take place at the same time. Oda was first opposed to it, but he eventually changed his mind and chose to take a hiatus. He also stated that due to the outbreak of COVID-19, he would be unable to supervise the live-action filming process.

Because there are various topics to look at at the same time, Eiichiro Oda declared that the manga would be on hiatus. While some fans may be disappointed by this announcement, a sizable portion of the fanbase supports the mangaka’s decision to take periodic breaks in order to focus on his health.

Fans, on the other hand, have a lot to look forward to, since a live-stream event will take place on Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.

This event will include the One Piece Film: Red guest cast members for the characters Gordon and Uta. The webcast will also include the movie’s theme music, trailer, and other important information. As the series nears its finale, fans are eagerly anticipating what will happen next.

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