One Piece: Red recently hit theaters in North America after being released in Japanese theaters, becoming the fifteenth film in the Shonen franchise and marking some of the turning points for the Straw Hats as mentor Luffy returns to their lives and he is not alone. To help celebrate the film’s release in England, London is hosting a special event for the Shonen franchise that could go down in history as one of the greatest of all time. “.
One piece conquered the whole world, and Eiichiro Oda’s masterpiece has found fans not only in Japan, but throughout the world thanks to the stories of the Straw Hat Pirates, who are working to ensure that Monkey D. Luffy becomes the next king of the pirates.
Twitter Outlet New World Arthur shared information about the future One piece London Takeover showing classic anime moments at Westminster Millennium Pier on Saturday 26th November:
— Arthur — Ohara Library (@newworldartur) November 24, 2022
An official statement that helps you immerse yourself in this special One piece the event reveals that the projections will be from the anime adaptation, helping to celebrate the history of the Straw Hat Pirates to help accompany the film, which not only brings back Shanks, but also introduces his musical daughter known as Uta:
“The projection will celebrate the history of One Piece with images of the Straw Hat Pirates and memorable scenes from the original anime to enhance the pirate crew’s new adventure.”
While the film held some major surprises for One piece fans, anime and manga present some shocking shocks that Shonen fans are still trying to process. While the TV series continues to follow the story of the Wano War Arc, preparing fans for the arrival of Luffy in Gear Fifth Form, the Final Arc began in the pages of the franchise’s manga, where Luffy and company encounter Dr. Vegapunk and begin to uncover some big secrets when it comes to world of the Grand Line and a mysterious scientist.
Eiichiro Oda played a significant role in all of the above events. One piece projects, as well as working as an executive producer on an upcoming live-action film adaptation being worked on by Netflix that will bring Luffy and company to the real world for the first time.