Eiichiro Oda A play manga has exceeded 490 million copies in circulation worldwide. These figures include 400+ million in Japan and 90+ million in 57 other counties. This number does not take into account all copies sold individually, but rather a sales statistic.
The A play Manga Celebration
The manga is celebrating its 1,000th volume, which will be released on September 3 along with other projects. These future projects include a comic strip dubbed from Oda’s other manga “Monsters. Another added feature is an interview between the cast members who play Luffy and two other ship captains.
The biggest project at the moment is the Kibo Discover Project. This is a collaboration between the A play manga publisher, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and the interactive production company Bascule. The project will allow people to venture into space in the hope of spreading love and peace around the world.
Other extras (but not detailed) include a mail-in offer for the reader for the numbers, a third Shokugeki no Sanji chapter, a new streaming program on the official website A play Youtube channel, the free release of the first 90 chapters, and the third A play Knowledge king test.
A play originally started in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump on July 19, 1997. The 57th volume in the series was first printed in over one million copies. This set a national industry record in March 2010. For the first time, the manga won the 41st Japan Cartoonist Awards in 2012. It also set a Guinness World Record in 2015 for “the most copies published for the same comic book series by a single author. “
In April 2020, the A play manga had over 390 million copies in circulation in Japan and over 42 million copies in circulation worldwide. Oda published the 1,000th chapter of the series in this year’s 5th / 6th combined issue of Weekly Shonen Jump. As the A play the manga is still going strong, Oda said in an interview that he plans to end the story in four or five years.