Eiichiro oda one piece interview
Eiichiro Oda Quotes (Author of One Piece)
'One Piece' Creator Says Series Will End "Soon"
Set sail with us on our greatest adventure yet Q: The world of One Piece has many different kinds of pirates with unique styles. How and when did you first think of the idea to write a manga about pirates? EO: Ever since I was little, I liked pirates. As a child I really liked an anime series called Vicke the Little Viking.
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In real life, Oda is a Japanese man of average height, with few if any distinguishing features. When not in formal settings, he favors casual, Western-style clothing. Like most mangaka, Oda typically uses outlandish caricatures to represent himself in printed works. The most common of these is a striped tropical fish, best known for "giving" all of Oda's weekly comments in Shonen Jump' s table of contents; in more detailed depictions such as the Color Walks' Monochrome Talk headers , this fish is usually given human ears and affixed atop a human body like a mask. According to both himself and his editors, Oda is an ardent worker and perfectionist. During his first years at Shueisha, Oda was also noted to be unusually impatient and blunt for an aspiring mangaka, willing to argue with senior mangaka and editors on topics as major as story approval and minor as workplace music.
Eiichiro Oda was born on January 1, in Kumamoto, Japan. He said that at age four he resolved to become a manga artist in order to avoid having to get a "real job".
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Team JUMP had the chance to sit down and interview a whole slew of manga creators! Shonen Jump: How are you feeling about the Hollywood live-action show? Are you excited? Oda Sensei: Yes! I met with executive producer Marty Adelstein, and our thoughts on how to adapt the series and what we want to accomplish matched up very well.
By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. Creator Eiichiro Oda has been cranking out chapters for more than 20 years now, and the artist says the end is nearer than fans think. Of course, this news has not sat well with fans. After all, One Piece has grown up with many of its readers, so fans are not sure how they will go on without the title. Taking to Twitter, user ochimusha reassured fans Oda is almost certainly trolling fans with his update.