Game News.ID, Bandung – One Piece live action apparently managed to amaze fans both old and new. The series by Tomorrow Studios premiered on August 31, 2023 on Netflix with seasons The first contains eight episodes. Not only fans, critics also gave positive comments, especially regarding the storyline that follows the manga and the acting of the cast.
Seasons first adapting the East Blue Saga, more specifically to the Arlong Park Arc. In comparison, serial live action it reached the Arlong Park Arc in 8 episodes, while the anime series reached arc in 45 episodes. It is worth remembering that the anime series is 24 minutes per episode, while the series live action duration is approximately 50-60 minutes.
The producers of course have to shorten the storyline by making various changes so that it is enough for eight episodes, even some familiar elements don’t appear in their original form. live action. This is why there are various differences between series live action and the anime. Here are the biggest differences in One Piece live action from the anime.
Luffy’s meeting with Straw Hat Pirates Crew Members in One Piece Live Action
The biggest noticeable difference in the series live action seen in every scene of friendship between Luffy and his crew members. First, Luffy witnessed a fight between Zoro and Helmeppo at a bar in Shells Town. The meeting between Luffy and Nami was also different, both of them met at Morgan’s place while targeting the map to the same Grand Line.
Same with Usopp and Sanji. Usopp is told that he met Luffy who admired a large ship belonging to Kaya, his friend. That ship would later become the iconic Going Merry. Meanwhile, Sanji first met the Straw Hat Pirates crew (including Luffy) dining at Baratie. Luffy was then forced to work at Baratie because he couldn’t afford to pay.
Some Characters Are Introduced Early
Apart from each member of the Straw Hat Pirates, several other characters were also introduced in different ways, even earlier. Garp is an example that gets the biggest attention in One Piece live action. Luffy’s grandfather was present at Roger’s execution and became Koby’s mentor. The meeting and battle between grandfather and grandson was first told at the end of episode 4.
Another biggest example is seen in episode 6. Arlong first appears in that episode and is told to attack Baratie. In the anime, Don Krieg is the pirate figure responsible behind the Baratie attack. However, in live actionIn fact, Don Krieg is shown to have been defeated by Mihawk and never appears again.
Several characters from the East Blue Saga are absent from One Piece Live Action
Remember seasons 1 from One Piece live action only had eight episodes, Eiichiro Oda replied author ensuring some characters from the anime and manga do not appear. The reason is, One Piece already has so many characters from the East Blue Saga. As a result, bringing out all the characters seems impossible,
Johnny and Yosaku, bounty hunter who previously worked with Zoro, was absent in live action. The same goes for Jango, a member of the Black Cat Pirates and a hypnotist. Several other characters do not appear in live action among them Mohji, Momoo, Chouchou, and Usopp’s Pirates (three sidekick Usopp is still a child).
One Piece Live Action About Eiichiro Oda’s Request
Surprisingly, Buggy was one of them villain which gets a bigger portion than anime and manga. In serial live action, Buggy is said to have a circus with the residents of Orange Town as spectators and hostages. This scene actually doesn’t exist in the anime and manga at all.
The battle between the Straw Hat Pirates and Buggy is also much different. True, the battle is set in Buggy’s circus instead of the streets of Orange Town. Buggy didn’t catch Luffy, Zoro, and Nami at all like in the anime and manga.
Koby Appears More Often
The final biggest difference in One Piece live action is the number of portions of Koby’s appearance. Since the Syrup Village Arc, Luffy and Koby met again twice, namely at Syrup Village and Cocoyasi Village. While in the anime and manga, the Post-Enies Lobby Arc is a reunion moment for the two.
That’s a discussion of the five biggest differences in One Piece live action from the anime. Which differences surprised you?
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