“One Piece” The series has achieved 480 million copies in circulation worldwide with the latest volume 98!

Manga February 12, 10:32 0
With the latest manga volume 98, which was released on February 4, 2021, the manga "One Piece" has achieved 400 million copies in circulation in Japan while 80 million copies in circulation overseas, making it a total of 480 million copies in circulation worldwide.

"One Piece" has welcomed its 1000th chapter on the "Weekly Shounen Jump" Combined Issue 5 & 6, which was released on January 4. The story has reached the climax of the Wano Country Arc, where the all-out battle with the Beasts Pirates lead by Kaido and the Big Mom Pirates has started.

Ever since volume 57 of the manga was released in March 2010, it had achieved an outstanding record for 10 years, where more than 30 million copies are issued for each of the first print, and it has achieved new records right now.

In volume 98, a scene where all the 10 members of the Strawhat Pirates gathered, can be seen. The campaign "Makeruki Ga Shinee!! Mugiwara no Ichimin Shuuketsu TikTok Campaign" (We don't feel like losing!! Gathering of Strawhat Pirates TikTok Campaign) based on the lines of the yakuza, Hyogoro of the Flower "We don't feel like losing!!" after seeing the appearance of the 10 members of Strawhat Pirates gathered together despite being surround by enemies.

By using the special limited effect of "One Piece" in the video and uploading it to TikTok with the hashtag "#麦わらの一味の負ける気がしねェチャレンジ" (#Strawhat Pirates' we don't feel like losing challenge)., 10 lucky winners will be selected and be given with a replicate artboard.

In the designated website, sentences, like "You might be able to join the Strawhat Pirates by uploading the video" and "To the challenger who uploaded a video, you might receive a gift from Strawhat Pirates", so it is a must-see campaign for fans.

Other than this, "One Piece" has also held various ongoing campaigns, like "One Piece 1000 Logs" campaign to commemorate the 1000th chapter.

On the designated website, worldwide fans can also vote in the "1st One Piece Character's Worldwide Popularity Contest" that will be held until February 28.

The e-book of volume 1 until volume 71 of the manga can be read for free on the manga magazine application "Shounen Jump+" and the e-book store "Zebrack" for a limited period until February 28. So, don't miss out on future developments.

(C)Oda Eiichirou/Shueisha
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