One Piece is one of the most well-known anime and manga series, and it has been able to do a lot of remarkable things. The Wano story arc is now being told in this particular anime series, and the overall excitement and expectation for the completion of this story arc have reached an all-time high. The most recent episodes have been exceptionally well received, and fans are looking forward to seeing what comes next in the series.
Fans of the One Piece manga series are aware that after publishing three consecutive manga chapters, the author of the series, Eiichiro Oda, often takes one week off to recover and think about where the tale should go next. On the other hand, Oda will take a sabbatical of one month to get ready for the “Final Saga” of One Piece.
What Happen After Wano Country Arc
The long-running battle between Luffy and Kaido in One Piece has finally been resolved thanks to Eiichiro Oda. Now that the fantastic Wano Country arc has reached its conclusion, the author is prepared to move on to the next story arc in the series. On the other hand, Oda has just lately stated that the upcoming One Piece story will be the conclusion to the series. As a result, Luffy’s adventure will come to a close in the subsequent epic.
Following the publication of One Piece Chapter 1051, which depicts the aftermath of Onigashima’s war, Oda issued a statement regarding the future of the series. The mangaka has stated that there will be a gap in the publication of One Piece for a period of one month, beginning on June 27 and ending on July 25. According to the announcement, Oda is going to take this extended break because he wants to use that time to be ready for the “Final Saga” of the manga.
Why Is Eiichiro Oda Taking The Break?
Following all of his labour on the Wano saga, Oda claims that he intends to take advantage of his break to rest. Additionally, the artist will be going to Africa in order to visit the filming location for the live-action series that Netflix is producing. However, because to the pandemic, Oda was not able to make it to the location when he was scheduled to do so quite some time ago. Since the movie’s production has already started, it is easy to believe that Oda’s visit to the set is extremely overdue, especially considering how long it has been.
When 2019 rolled around, Oda made the announcement that the plot of One Piece “would end in five years.” In this remark, he repeats what he said in the previous statement, “I want to restructure the previous arc so that I can finish it as quickly as possible.”
During an interview in 2019, Oda expressed his belief that the series will come to a close in 2024; however, only time will tell if Oda’s prediction will actually come true. In any event, we shall see Luffy take the most significant steps towards achieving his destiny at the very latest by the end of the month of July and the beginning of the end for the most successful manga series in the history of the medium.
When One Piece Manga Will Be Back With Its ‘Final Saga’?
The author has verified that he will be taking a break of one month beginning this month. To provide Oda some time off while he works on completing the manga’s penultimate chapter, the One Piece anime will go on break from June 27th until July 25th. In addition, the artist will travel to Africa to see where the Netflix live-action series is being filmed.
After Oda has finished his vacation and returned to work, the next act of One Piece will begin. For more than 20 years, the manga’s last chapter remained a secret from the public. Since Oda published the first chapter of One Piece in July 1997, the manga will be celebrating its 25th anniversary this summer, just in time for the beginning of this act of the story’s conclusion. The only thing left to wonder is how long it will take for One Piece to release its concluding chapter, and if we know anything about Oda, we know that it won’t be for at least a few more years.
How Long Will Take Eiichiro Oda To Complete The Final Saga?
You may be asking. Following well over a thousand manga chapters and anime episodes, the concluding saga will most likely take up to five years to complete. This timeline was established by Eiichiro Oda himself a few years ago when he was in the middle of writing the Wano arc, which is currently drawing to a close. We may be reaching the end of our journey with Monkey D. Luffy and his crew, but the story is far from over. Expect at least a couple more story arcs to be included in this concluding chapter.
In Which Year One Piece Manga Will End?
In August 2019, Oda stated that, in accordance with his forecasts, the manga will come to a close between the years 2024 and 2025. On the other hand, Oda has emphasised that the conclusion will be what he decided from the start, and that he is dedicated to seeing it through to the end.