The Monkey D. Luffy & Silvers Rayleigh Statue, which is available for pre-order through Sideshow, depicts the future King of the Pirates chowing down on some fire-roasted pork while clothed in a slew of bandages and sporting a prominent bump on his head. A former Roger Pirates member stands close, a club resting on his shoulder. The item costs $433 and can only be purchased once per person.
One Piece's Additional Stunning Statues
Aside from Luffy and Rayleigh, several other fan-favorite One Piece characters have recently inspired remarkable goods for Eiichiro Oda's masterwork. Notably, a magnificent collectable statue depicting the horrific confrontation between Portgas D. Ace and Marshall D. Teach (aka Blackbeard) features both pirates' respective logia Devil Fruits. Furthermore, Tamashii Nations created a scary statue of Kaido, King of the Beasts and one of the original Four Emperors from the main tale.
Companies trying to profit from fans' love and excitement for One Piece aren't the only ones to be inspired by Oda's work; the fans themselves consistently made their own content, especially cosplay. Recent examples include an eerily accurate take on Capone "Gang" Bege, a mafia don-turned-pirate whose Devil Fruit basically transforms him into a fortified fortress, and a regal interpretation of the blue-haired princess of Arabasta, Nefertari Vivi.
The Development of the One Piece Franchise
Fans of One Piece are naturally enthused about more than simply pricey memorabilia or amazing costumes. Notably, a brand-new companion manga will significantly lengthen Ace's tale. The series, which is an adaptation of the Sho Hinata and Tatsuya Hamazaki's One Piece: Ace's Story light novels, will be released in English sometime in the spring of 2024. Additionally, the premiere of Netflix's live-action One Piece adaptation is anticipated to occur this year. The show also stars Taz Skylar as Sanji, Emily Rudd as Nami, Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp, and Mackenyu as Roronoa Zoro in addition to Iaki Godoy as Luffy.
Oda has also revealed that One Piece has entered its final saga, beginning with Egghead Arc; however, the mangaka has reassured fans that the story will not actually end anytime soon. With One Piece's epic conclusion drawing ever closer, many fans have begun theorizing about some of the narrative's remaining mysteries, including the secrets of King of the World Imu and Red-Haired Shanks.
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