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One Piece Art Book Includes Art from Wano Country Arc

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One Piece Art Book Wano

A report from tipster Ryokutya2089 says that a new One Piece art book is on the way. The book, titled One Peace Eiichiro Oda Art Book Color Walk10 Dragon, is due out on March 3, 2023. [Thanks, Ryokutya2089!]

According to the report, the One Piece art book will collect “an unprecedented number” of pieces across its pages. The art will consist of color illustrations and Shonen Jump cover pieces from a period of One Piece‘s history.

That history stretches from the beginning to the end of the epic-length Wano Country arc, which lasted roughly 16 volumes of the manga (or about 150 chapters). In the Wano Country arc, Monkey D. Luffy, the Straw Hat Pirates, and their allies attempt to infiltrate Wano, a nation with strong similarities to medieval Japan. Their goal is to take down The Beasts Pirates and their Emperor, Kaidou.

The One Piece art book will also collect pieces from the One Piece films. It’ll also feature a “triple-large-size poster.” The first film work included is 2019’s One Piece Stampede and 2021’s One Piece Film RedStampede follows the crew as they visit Delta Island to attend Pirate Fest, a large pirate gathering. There they’ll race against crews from across the world to locate a treasure that belonged to the Pirate King, Gol D. Roger. Red, the most recent One Piece feature production, features a concert by Uta, the world-famous singer and daughter of Shanks. One Piece Film Red recently broke into the top ten all-time box office ranking in Japan, having earned over 19 billion Yen (about $149 million USD) in Japan alone.

The One Piece art book One Peace Eiichiro Oda Art Book Color Walk10 Dragon will go on sale in Japan on March 3, 2023. An RPG based on the series, One Piece Odyssey, is available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Check out Siliconera’s review.

Josh Tolentino
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