“One Piece” surprised his fans by confirming, through his creator Eiichiro Odawhich will stop airing for a month, to start in June and initially worried the manga’s viewership.
Many fans of the manga worried about the causes of this stoppage, speculating that there would be some problems in the production. However, its own creator, Eiichiro Oda, revealed that the reasons are far from it.
EIICHIRO ODA REVEALS WHY ONE PIECE WILL NOT BE SEEN FOR A MONTH
The creator of the manga himself, Eiichiro Oda, made a publication addressed to the followers of “One Piece” to clarify the reasons for the pause, which will take place because he has needed eye surgery for a year. This is because he suffers from astigmatism and it is interfering with his work, which is why he urgently needs surgery.
“Jokes aside…it was clear he had very bad astigmatism. All things seem blurry to me. It is something that hinders my work. So since last year, I’ve been in discussions with my publishers. They told me to do it, so I’ll be back in a bit with another sight boost!”indicated.
The reaction of the fans was quite sympathetic towards Oda, as some wished him a speedy recovery and others predicted success in his intervention, since they hope to have their favorite manga back.
HOW LONG WILL THE “ONE PIECE” PAUSE LAST ON THE SCREENS?
“One Piece” will be on hiatus after its release on June 11/12, which means it won’t be able to be seen until July 18, which would make it one chapter left before the hiatus.
For those curious about the hiatus itself, “One Piece” will go on hiatus after its June 11/June 12 premiere. This means that the manga will be absent until the beginning of July, but it will return on July 18. This means we have one chapter left before the hiatus begins, so fans will want to savor the update when it arrives.
On the bright side, the hiatus will allow fans to catch up on the series if they’re still behind on episodes. It should be noted that the manga can also be found in Manga Plus and in physical form bookstores.