‘One Piece’ Takes a 4-Week Break for Eiichiro Oda’s Surgery
Fans of One Piece will be disappointed to learn that Eiichiro Oda’s most popular series will be the next to go on hiatus, just as the plot reaches a magnificent finale.
Due to health reasons, the next episode will not be released for some time. However, Oda can use this break to rest and recover.
The manga will be on hiatus for four issues (June 19– July 10) of Weekly Shonen Jump as Eiichiro Oda recovers from astigmatism surgery. The news was shared on the canonical manga site. The manga’s 33rd issue is scheduled for release on July 18. On June 12, the 28th issue will still feature the comic.
Reportedly concerned that his severe astigmatism was affecting his work, Oda has decided to have it repaired. He requested time off with his editor, and they granted him the request.
When One Piece returned from its final long break in June 2022, as scheduled, Shueisha provided fans with additional material in the form of the Road To Laugh Tale specials, which were a veritable gold mine of information.
There may not be any new material released, but now is still a great time to go through the current arc again in preparation for the show’s comeback. It’s regrettable that the series has to be placed on hold for a while, but the well-being of the mangaka is always first.
Japanese mangaka Eiichiro Oda created and draws One Piece. Since the 22nd of July, 1997, it has been serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shnen Jump.
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