One Piece creator is nervous about Netflix series, but here’s why

One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda discusses the challenges of the Netflix live-action series and assures fans that it will respect the manga and anime.

One Piece creator is nervous about Netflix series, but here’s why
Published by Liam @ PC Game Spotlight 9 months ago


One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda on the challenges of the Netflix live-action series

One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda voices his concern over the biggest challenge in bringing the Netflix live-action series to life, highlighting the importance of not betraying the expectations of the beloved manga and Anime’s millions of fans. While the promotional tour of the One Piece live-action series in the USA, Oda offers some insight into what to expect when the series makes its debut.

“The challenge is very, very difficult. How do you take something that’s very, very colorful and very, very imaginative, and put it into real life?” Oda says in an interview with IGN. “Something that’s very imaginative, very colorful, that’s very hard.”

The promotional tour allows Oda to connect with fans and address their concerns directly, providing some additional insight into the development of the highly anticipated series. Oda expresses his concern for the portrayal of the diverse and unique characters in the series, highlighting the series’ focus on bringing the rich storytelling and captivating adventures of One Piece to a new audience.

“I’m very worried about how all of the characters will be portrayed,” Oda confesses. “Since One Piece is such a beloved series, the expectations are very high.” Oda acknowledges the pressure of creating a live-action adaptation that satisfies fans worldwide, but reassures fans that he is heavily involved in the creative process.

“We’re going to try to bring to life the spirit of the original work,” Oda says, highlighting the series’ aim to capture the essence of the beloved source material. The challenge lies in balancing the fantastical elements with the constraints of live-action production, but Oda reassures fans that he is committed to ensuring that the live-action series does justice to the beloved source material.

The One Piece live-action series is set to debut in “late 2020 or early 2021,” with the first two parts airing on the same day. The series will incorporate elements from the manga and anime while offering a fresh perspective, bringing the rich storytelling and captivating adventures of One Piece to a new audience.

If you want to catch up on everything there is to know about the upcoming series, check out our One Piece live-action guide. We’ll also keep you updated with all the latest trailers and news for the series as it comes to light, so make sure to follow us on social media and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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