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One Piece live reveals first look at Going Merry

One Piece live reveals first look at Going Merry

One Piece live action has been a very interesting topic of discussion lately, and now Tomorrow Studios and Netflix have revealed the first image of Going Merry, the boat that Luffy and the rest of the Straw Hats use to travel in the beginning. Of the history. Although the boat reveal has been met with mixed reception thus far, there is still considerable interest in what this project has in store.
A live-action One Piece project was expected to garner mixed reactions across the world, and the results are starting to prove it, with some fans not entirely happy with the look of the iconic boat.

The First Look at the Going Merry in Netflix’s One Piece Live-Action Series

Netflix and Tomorrow Studios, the people involved in the project, recently revealed what the Going Merry will look like in the live-action series. This is the ship that Luffy and his friends use to cross the seas in the early parts of the story, and it has become one of the most iconic elements of One Piece.

Generally speaking, the live version of One Piece retains all of the manga and anime elements, although the biggest difference is how the goat’s mouth is opened in the Netflix version, which has been a sticking point for many fans. However, this is just a poster version, and chances are the actual series version is much better.

What the project will cover

From what has been revealed so far, the One Piece live action series is going to cover the first part of the manga, the East Blue arc, which centers around Luffy starting his journey and finding his first friends for it. The project will apparently go all the way to Arlong Park, which is one of East Blue’s latest storylines.

One Piece follows the story of Monkey D. Luffy, a young man who wants to sail the seas and find the most important treasure in the world, the One Piece, and thus become king of the pirates. During the East Blue arc, he meets the first members of his crew: swordsman Roronoa Zoro, thief Nami, gunslinger Usopp, and cook Sanji, all of whom have their own goals and dreams on their respective journeys. .

The series is renowned for its world-building, fascinating characters, the various major storylines that flow together and seamlessly combine, the emotional moments, and the excitement of the journey. This was all overseen by series writer Eiichiro Oda, who works as an executive producer for the Netflix adaptation.