ONE PIECE in the New York Times!!

Topic started by FoxxFireArt on Nov. 22, 2013. Last post by AnimeDefender 9 months, 3 weeks ago.
Post by FoxxFireArt (2,642 posts) See mini bio Level 25

On November 21, 2013, the NEW YORK TIMES, one of the best selling newspapers in the U.S., hosted an ad for the blockbuster selling manga series, ONE PIECE. This full page ad can be found on Page A15.

This was apparently partially to celebrate ONE PIECE selling over 300 Million copies of Eiichiro Oda's creation. 130 Million of these having been sold since 2009. In every sense of the word, nothing in manga or comics sells quite like this series.

To give a little perspective. Last year, Shueisha published four collected volumes of ONE PIECE and those sold over 23 Million units. It's closest competitor KUROKO NO BASUKE's five volumes of the same year sold just over 8 Million copies. That doesn't even calculate in back issue sales.

-Kristoffer Remmell ( FoxxFireArt) is a freelance graphic artist, writer, and over all mystery geek.- Follow for news updates: @ FoxxFireArt

Post by takashichea (12,288 posts) See mini bio Level 25
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The One Piece Retrospective offers 114 pages of One Piece coverage, including:

  • Interview with Eiichiro Oda
  • Special One-Shot Chapter "Strong World"
  • Color Spreads
  • Cover Gallery of All 69 One Piece Graphic Novels

One Piece fans should definitely get the Digital Retrospective. I got into One Piece since summer of 2012. I still haven't caught up with the community.

Post by Donwun (115 posts) See mini bio Level 12

That's pretty awesome to see

Well deserved imo

Post by SpectroRaphael (51 posts) See mini bio Level 8

Very well deserved.

Post by UltimateHero0406 (5,041 posts) See mini bio Level 16

Anime/manga is slowly moving up in the world it seems.

Post by Kobra678 (3,175 posts) See mini bio Level 15

Great to hear.

Post by AnimeDefender (2,662 posts) See mini bio Level 12

Could this mean more and more, Anime might be able to get extremely popular in the US????

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