I’m fairly certain nobody asked for this, but here we are: Luffy from One Piece gets turned into a lady for upcoming merch.
In cake form, of course!
If you’ve ever wondered how much money you’d make creating the biggest-selling manga ever in Japan, the answer is a lot. Good.
Just as we’re reminded of the insane hours One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda keeps, we forget about another famed manga creator who has been taking time off.
Back in 2012, Kotaku reported how One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda barely got any sleep. Fast forward to 2015. Oda is showing no sign of slowing down.
It’s not everyday that you get a peek into where one of Japan’s biggest manga is created, let alone its creator’s truly spectacular restroom. Trust me on this one.
In Japan, they’re making a live-action One Piece! It’s for the stage. As previously mentioned, it’s kabuki. Now, we get a decent look at how the characters will be brought to life.
Sadly, One Piece doesn’t take place in the real world. But if it did, have you ever wondered where the Straw Hat Pirates would be from?
You might have seen One Piece before, but you’ve probably never seen it like this.
Monkey D. Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates are getting a live-action version, but it might not be one you’d expect.
The One Piece manga debuted in 1997. That’s a long time ago! You might think it was ending sooner than later. You, then, would be wrong.
Not all the One Piece characters are tall. But the ones that are are freakin’ huge.
Mad Max: Fury Road opened in Japan a few days ago and it means one thing: Japanese fans are now ready to create crazy fan-art. One of the bests so far —made by noted manga artist Takumi—is heavily influenced by One Piece and creator Eiichiro Oda’s style.
What makes a living weapon? Well, first of all, living, obviously. But like normal weapons, living weapons are designed solely to hurt and kill others. They aren’t soldiers, who can take a variety of orders, or assassins, who may choose to kill in secret. Living weapons use their powers for one reason: destroying…
The first ever One Piece 3D art exhibit is getting underway in Hong Kong. If you’re into optical illusions and straw hat pirates, this is probably for you.
This summer, as in the past, Universal Studios Japan will be rolling out a One Piece live-action spectacular.
Dynasty Warriors games are well known for following a strict gameplay formula. However, in recent tie-in titles like Hyrule Warriors and Dragon Quest Heroes, more and more innovation has been brought in to augment the core gameplay in interesting ways. This is not so for One Piece Pirate Warriors 3, however.
Well, would you look at that! It’s once again time for Luffy and the crew to lay waste to thousands of pirates and marines as they sail the seven seas looking for adventure and treasure—only this time on the PlayStation 4.