Netflix's One Piece Live-Action Series Logo & First Episode's Title Revealed
Here's what we know about the upcoming series.
The anime community is well aware that Netflix is working on a live-action One Piece series. As of now, we know very little about Netflix’s live-action adaptation of the popular manga/anime series.
However, recently, the creators revealed the upcoming series’ official logo. Besides that, the first chapter’s title is also out, and here’s everything you need to know about it.
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One Piece is one of the best and the longest-running Japanese manga of all time. Millions of worldwide fans are connected with the series ever since it was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump. The anime adaptation of One Piece is also ongoing, and it also is just as popular as the manga.
One Piece Live Action series by Netflix
Netflix surprised the entire anime community by announcing a live-action adaptation of One Piece. Generally, the live-action adaptations don’t do justice to their anime counterparts. For instance, Dragon Ball Evolution was an absolute disaster, and Netflix’s Death Note didn’t help either. So, everyone in the anime community is having difficulty digesting that a live-action One Piece is in the works.
Honestly, we don’t know how the upcoming Netflix’s One Piece series will turn out. The streaming platform didn’t reveal much about the show, but now, we finally have its official logo. Here you go, take a good look at it:
One Piece Live-action Series’ First Episode Title is “Romance Dawn”
Besides the official logo, the creators also revealed the official title of the show’s first episode. If the reports are to be believed, Episode 1 is titled “Romance Dawn.”
Eiichiro Oda fans might know that the “Romance Dawn” was a two-part series mangaka wrote before the official One Piece manga. However, the events of Romance Dawn take place in One Piece’s universe. So, if the episode title is correct, there’s a chance that the show will adapt the same story. However, it’s too soon to be sure about it until we get more information about it.