33rd issue of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine uncovered on Saturday that illustrator Boichi (Dr. Stone) will draw a one-chapter official spinoff manga for Eiichiro Oda‘s One Piece manga. The one-shot is titled “Roronoa Zoro: Umi ni Chiru” and the manga will concentrate on a battle among Zoro and Mihawk.
“Shueisha will distribute the manga in the magazine’s 34th issue on July 22. The section will have 46 pages and will likewise include an inside shading page. The one-shot is commending the manga’s 22nd commemoration, which will likewise be on July 22.“
One Piece is a Japanese manga arrangement composed and represented by Eiichiro Oda. It has been serialized in Shueisha‘s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine since July 22, 1997, and has been gathered into 92 tankōbon volumes. The story pursues the undertakings of Monkey D. Luffy, a kid whose body picked up the properties of elastic after unexpectedly eating a Devil Fruit. With his group of privateers, named the Straw Hat Pirates, Luffy investigates the Grand Line looking for the world’s definitive fortune known as “One Piece” so as to turn into the following Pirate King.
The manga generated a media establishment, having been adjusted into a celebration film created by Production I.G, and an anime arrangement delivered by Toei Animation, which started broadcasting in Japan in 1999. Furthermore, Toei has created thirteen animated feature films, one original video animation and, thirteen TV specials. A few organizations have created different sorts of marketing and media, for example, an exchanging card game and various computer games. The manga arrangement was authorized for an English language discharge in North America and the United Kingdom by Viz Media and in Australia by Madman Entertainment. The anime arrangement was authorized by 4Kids Entertainment for an English-language discharge in North America in 2004, preceding the permit was dropped and consequently obtained by Funimation in 2007.
One Piece is one of the most noteworthy netting media establishments ever, assessed to have produced more than $21 billion in absolute establishment income, from the manga, anime, movies, games and, merchandise.