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LOOK: Netflix unveils logo for ‘One Piece’ live-action adaptation

LOOK: Netflix unveils logo for ‘One Piece’ live-action adaptation

ONE PIECE. The manga is getting a Netflix live-action adaptation.

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Excited for the 'One Piece' live-action series?

Netflix unveiled on Friday, September 3, the official logo for their upcoming live-action adaptation of the manga One Piece. 

No matter how hard or how impossible it is, never lose sight of your goal,” the caption read. Netflix also said there were “easter eggs” in the logo. 

The series’ official Twitter account also uploaded a photo of the script, revealing that the title of the first episode is “Romance Dawn.” 

Showrunner Steven Maeda quoted the post, saying, “It’s been a long wait.” 

The logo and pilot episode title are the first updates since Netflix first announced about the live-action adaptation in January 2020. According to the Variety report, the series is set to have 10 episodes.

Eiichiro Oda, creator of the manga, is listed as one of the show’s executive producers. Other details such as cast members and release date have yet to be announced. 

Originally released in 1997, One Piece centers around Monkey D. Luffy, a boy whose body takes on the properties of rubber after eating a Devil Fruit. He and his friends then set out on a quest to find the “One Piece” treasure and become king of the pirates. The manga has spawned 14 animated films and a long-running anime series.  – Rappler.com

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