One Piece has told the story of Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates for decades, and Eiichiro Oda’s story is currently heading towards its grand finale. Before the series comes to an end, JBE Books attempts the impossible by creating a giant volume that brings together over twenty thousand pages of manga history. While this volume doesn’t collect the entirety of One Piece, only fifty copies of this titanic entry have been printed and will cost dedicated fans a few thousand dollars.
One Piece debuted in 1997 and currently has approximately one hundred and three volumes of its Shonen manga, considered by many anime fans to be the best representation of the stories to come out of Weekly Shonen Jump. Over the decades of its history, One Piece creator, writer, and screenwriter Eiichiro Oda has become legendary in the world of manga artists, not only because of the Straw Hats’ story, but also because of his incredible timetable. Oda has never hidden that he spends almost all of his hours working on One Piece, and in a recent interview he went so far as to say that by the end of his manga he would be traveling the world like his dear Hats. straw.
On Twitter, New World Artur shared a first look at the titanic compilation from JBE Books, which will cost fans around €1900, although it may be difficult to get your hands on one as only fifty Copies of this massive book were produced:
Of course, this compilation doesn’t bring together the entire One Piece series, as Oda continues to work on the series that follows Luffy and the Straw Hats’ participation in the Wano War. While it’s not set in stone, Eiichiro has taken the opportunity in the past to state that he feels like his Shonen tale still has about three more years of history before the world of Grand Line comes to an end. bows out. Whatever the end of the series, it will be the end of an institution in the world of Shonen.