Eiichiro Oda’s humorous live-action drawing of Tony Tony Chopper from One Piece appeared in Volume 107 of the manga.
Earlier this week, Oda’s drawing of Chopper started spreading on social networks. X account @newwoldartur posted the drawing with the caption: “Oda (jokingly) draws Live Action Chopper #OnePiece.” The drawing later appeared in Volume 107 of the One Piece manga, which was officially released on November 2.
Live-Action One Piece Season 2 and Tony Tony Chopper
The live-action adaptation of One Piece was released on August 31 on Netflix this year and has received overwhelming support. It has quickly become one of the most popular live-action manga or anime adaptations ever created, with a second season announced just two weeks after Netflix released the first season.
With the official announcement of Season 2, it is expected that there will be new characters introduced in the live-action series. This includes the appearance of the Straw Hats’ sixth member and doctor, Tony Tony Chopper. Chopper, who has been the team’s mascot for many years, appearing on many merchandise, is a reindeer who ate the Hito Hito no Mi devil fruit, transforming him into a reindeer-human hybrid capable of speech. and think deeply. Chopper was taken in by Dr. Hiriluk after being shunned by his reindeer and studied medicine as Dr. Hiriluk’s apprentice. He met the Straw Hats while working as a doctor on Drum Island and officially joined the crew at the end of the “Drum Island Arc”.
The person in charge of designing the Chopper character for One Piece live-action is Jaco Snyman, head of the prosthetics and creature design department for the series. Synman has said that he looks forward to designing Chopper and hinted that the crew would approach Chopper’s live-action design the same way they did with Mermaid Man.
Oda’s One Piece manga debuted in 1997 and continues to be serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump. The anime premiered two years later in 1999. The One Piece anime will celebrate its 25th anniversary next year, making it one of the longest-running anime today with over 1,000 episodes. The story of Monkey D. Luffy and his Straw Hat Pirates became beloved around the world and continues to attract new fans to this day,
As of now, there has been no announcement regarding the release date of One Piece live-action Part 2. The first season is available on Netflix, while the original anime is streaming on Crunchyroll. One Piece manga is available in English on Viz Media.
Source: X (formerly Twitter), One Piece Episode 107