Tamashii Nations has released another impressive One Piece collectible figurine that brings Kaido, the King of Beasts, to life.
Available for pre-order on Sideshow and retailing for $170, the Kaido figure stands almost a foot tall and recreates the fearsome pirate’s dragon form in incredible detail with individual scales. clear coupling. This item also includes a figurine of Monkey D. Luffy, emphasizing Kaido’s immense size and strength.
Eiichiro Oda first published his favorite One Piece manga in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump in 1997, and to date, he has written and drawn more than 1,000 individual chapters. Earlier this year, the mangaka revealed how much work it took to create such a vast world and story, revealing that he actually relies on fan-made sites to keep all the Small but important detail. One Piece tells the story of Luffy, a young pirate captain with dreams of becoming the next Pirate King, as he and his colorful crew sail through the Grand Line, searching for adventure and treasure. hidden treasure.
One Piece inspires creativity for fans
Oda’s masterpiece has a truly huge fanbase; With over 516 million copies in circulation worldwide, One Piece is the best-selling manga series in history. In addition to purchasing copies of the story, fans also honored the plot, world, and characters by creating their own content, especially cosplay. For example, Taryn Cosplay shared a video of a Roronoa Zoro cosplay highlighting one of the Pirate Hunter’s standout features, and Kappy_w uploaded images of a gender-swapped version of the villain. Edward Weevil.
Fans have more to get excited about than just collecting and new cosplay. Notably, Bandai Namco Entertainment recently announced a DLC for the role-playing video game One Piece Odyssey. “Reunion of Memories” will take place after the main storyline of the title and will see the Straw Hat Pirates travel to Memoria, the realm of memories. The trailer introduces the arrival of fan-favorite characters such as Trafalgar D. Water Law, Crocodile, Mihawk and Whitebeard.
Furthermore, Netflix’s live-action One Piece series, starring Iñaki Godoy as Luffy, is likely to premiere sometime this year. A prominent Twitter news account about the franchise has revealed details about the first season, including the episode title and runtime, budget, and logistics behind the three-sword style recreation. by Zoro in live-action.
VIZ Media distributes Oda’s manga in North America, and the Toei Animation anime adaptation is available to stream on Crunchyroll.