Significance Of One Piece

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One Piece’ is a Japanese manga series, created by Eiichiro Oda. It has been read, viewed, and loved by people of over 35 countries around the world since it was first published in 1997. In Japan, the numbers of manga sale, in general, seem to slowly decline; nevertheless, the sale of ‘One piece’ increases in every volume. It shows that the Oda’s masterpiece is the most popular manga in Japan nowadays. Many people love this comic because it is well-known from other comics in Japan. There are several reasons for One Piece’s popularity, namely unique characters, various themes and valuable life lessons. The first reason for One Piece’s popularity is the uniqueness of the main characters. Main characters have outstanding, extraordinary and remarkable abilities. The extraordinary ability of…show more content…
This manga contains several life lessons which can be adapted to different groups of readers. For example, one significant lesson is ‘never give up on one’s goal.’ Readers can learn it through the protagonist of this story, Monkey D. Luffy, who is the captain of the Straw Hat Pirates and dreams to be the Pirate King. In the Marineford Arc, Portgas D. Ace who is his brother has been arrested, and Luffy wants to save his brother’s life. He, as a result, bravely decides to enter the war at Marineford to help his brother. During the war, Luffy has to fight with greatly dangerous enemies including vice admirals, admirals and fleet admiral. Still, he never gives up on helping his brother. These life lessons enable ‘One Piece’ to expand the group of audience. Most adults may have a bias against manga and cartoons, thinking that reading and watching them are truly nonsense. ‘One Piece,’ nonetheless, is far from a nonsense story, for it contains not only entertaining features but also important life lessons. Some adults will find this cartoon interesting and different from other
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