One Piece: here is the logo of the live action TV series and the script of the pr

While Eiichiro Oda announces that one piece has now reached its final stage of the story, the manga of the manga sees the live action TV series enter the crucial phase of its production, with Netflix unveiling the show’s official logo.

One Piece live action TV series logo and script

The streaming giant, in fact, through one of its Twitter profiles has not only published the image of the logo that will accompany the new incarnation of the immense franchise born from the cult manga of Oda, but also publishes a photo of the script of the first episode of the series TV.

The script for the first episode of One Piece, an episode titled Romance Dawn, was written by Matt Owens And Steven Maeda (Luke Cage, Agents of SHIELD, The Defenders). The debut season of the live action TV series, which will follow the Romance Dawn narrative arc of the manga, consists of 10 episodes.

Produced by Tomorrow Studios, a company born from the collaboration between ITV Studios and Marty Adelstein, the show sees Owens and Maeda as showrunners and screenwriters, while Becky Clements (Snowpiercer, Cowboy Bebop, Hanna) and the same Eiichiro Oda are the executive producers of the series.

Plot of the manga One Piece (Wan Pisu)

The story follows the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy, a boy whose body took on the properties of rubber after inadvertently ingesting the devil fruit Gom Gom.

Gathering a crew around him, Luffy explores the Grand Line in search of the legendary One Piece treasure and pursuing the dream of becoming the new Pirate King.

Eiichiro Oda began serializing One Piece on July 22, 1997 in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. In Italy, the manga is published by Edizioni Star Comics starting from 1 July 2001.

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