On Thursday, Netflix’s Live Adaptation was released on the streaming service, and it is bound to bring non-anime fans to the show as well!
If you’re one of them and want to read the manga, or just relive the glory of One Piece, then you can head to a new website titled “Read Me! ONE PIECE”, where the first 12 Volumes of the One Piece manga are available to read, for free!
ONE PIECE has launched a website titled 'Read Me! ONE PIECE' to let users read the first 12 volumes of the series for free commemorating the Netflix's Live-Action release.https://t.co/K6JwIsaH4N pic.twitter.com/DF2ItWre6L
— Shonen Jump News (@WSJ_manga) August 31, 2023
Fans can read the manga in 22 languages on the website.
Netflix’s One Piece live adaptation was released on August 31 with eight episodes.
The adaptation follows the original manga and covers it to the events of Arlong Park.
Matt Owens will be the show’s writer, while Becky Clements and Steven Maeda will serve as executive producers.
Adelstein revealed in a video message displayed at Jump Festa in 2017 that the live-action television adaptation of the One Piece manga will commence with the ‘East Blue arc’ and extend it from there.
Netflix exclusively streams the live-action series. Eiichiro Oda will serve as an executive producer.
Netflix has been substantially investing in animation and live-action adaptations. The corporation has announced a Yu Yu Hakusho series for 2023.
The tale of One Piece takes place on a parallel Earth when the ‘Golden Age of Pirates’ is in full swing.
The seas are ruled by ruthless pirates, and only the strongest can claim the legendary ‘One Piece’ fortune left behind by the greatest pirate of them, Gol D. Roger.
Years after Gol D. Roger’s death, Monkey D. Luffy dreams of establishing his own crew, locating One Piece, and becoming the Pirate King.
Luffy has incredible strength and agility after eating a devil’s fruit that turns his body into rubber.
He leaves Foosha Village in East Blue on his epic expedition to become the next Pirate King.