- Jacksepticeye, a popular YouTuber, has been chronicling his journey through the One Piece manga, providing insights that encourage his followers to give it a try.
- The length of One Piece can seem intimidating, but once new fans dive in, it’s easy to get invested in its mysteries and character-rich world.
- New fans should join Jacksepticeye in reading the manga to catch up before the anticipated celebration when the story ends.
The story of One Piece is nearly as vast as the seas it takes place in, but it’s a tale that’s difficult to put down once its hooks are in, and one of YouTube’s biggest names has helped prove it. Eiichiro Oda’s manga about the young rubber lad Monkey D. Luffy began publication in 1997. In that time, he built one of fiction’s most cherished universes. With 2023 being the franchise’s biggest year yet, new fans like YouTuber and entrepreneur Jacksepticeye are discovering its timeless story.
Now that the franchise is more popular than ever, a lot of new fans have become curious to discover its story and mysteries before One Piece ends, and its ending spoilers become more challenging to hide from. Jacksepticeye is one of those fans who has been chronicling his journey through the manga with posts on X.
The YouTuber’s posts have provided insights into the series’ many arcs and offer a fresh perspective from a newer fan experiencing Eiichiro Oda’s story for the first time. While certain parts of its story have been more enjoyed than others, Jacksepticeye’s thoughts on the series will likely spur some of his followers to finally give One Piece a try.
Jump On In, One Piece’s Waters Are Fine
Jacksepticeye (aka Seán McLoughlin) has built up his platform of more than thirty million YouTube subscribers over the course of a decade. Although he started his content creation career playing video games, his hard work has helped develop the comfortable but stylish clothing brand CLOAK, a tasty coffee company Top of the Mornin, and raised over $25 million for incredibly beneficial charities. His contributions have helped create countless smiles and have legitimately helped many people in need. Now, he’s helping spread even more joy by encouraging his followers to read One Piece, a series with the power to captivate and inspire generations.
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The manga adaptations of beloved series like Dragon Ball, One Piece, and Naruto are what many fans consider the best way to consume a story as the authors intended. Some people always prefer reading manga, and others revert to it while they wait for an anime adaptation to catch up. Since Oda’s been telling his story since 1997, with new chapters releasing almost every week, One Piece‘s length can seem intimidating. Still, once new fans give it an earnest try, it becomes very tough not to get invested in One Piece‘s mysteries and character-rich world.
Reading One Piece’s Ending With Fans Will Be A Celebration You Won’t Want To Miss
With the release date of season 2 of the One Piece Live-Action series likely not coming out till 2025, new fans excited to see more Straw Hat adventures should join Jacksepticeye and dive into the manga’s depths. If new fans decide to take the journey, they’ll likely get caught up faster than anticipated and join the millions of fans who get incredibly excited when new chapters continue to unravel Oda’s epic tale. When the story ends in the next few years, it will likely be a celebration that future One Piece fans will be disappointed they missed.
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- Created by:
- Eiichiro Oda
- First Film:
- One Piece: The Movie
- First TV Show:
- One Piece
- Kazuya Nakai, Akemi Okamura, Kappei Yamaguchi, Hiroaki Hirata, Ikue Ôtani, Yuriko Yamaguchi
- Video Game(s):
- One Piece: Unlimited World RED, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4, One Piece: World Seeker, One Piece Odyssey
- Monkey D. Luffy, Roronora Zoro, Nami (One Piece), Nico Robin, Usopp (One Piece), Vinsmoke Sanji, Tony Tony Chopper, Franky (One Piece), Jimbei (One Piece)