Eiichiro Oda's Interviews

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    - "Basically I don't kill any characters because I wish the readers to feel satisfied after an arc ended." Asahi Evening Newspaper (26 November 1999)

    - "I like to draw party scenes. So I don't want to draw anything that would ruin that atmosphere." MEN'S NON-NO (2009)

    - Oda was going to kill Ace within 1 year after his first appearance in 2000. Sound Recording (2012)

    - "There is a trend that people who point out the inconsistency of a story are rated high, but I don't necessarily think a story must be written coherently." GHIBLI Magazine (2014)

    - Oda had no intention that Shanks lost his arm, but after an editor told him that the story was not interesting enough, Oda decided to cut his arm off. ONE PIECE Grand Countdown 2 (2010)

    - "When creating a protagonist, it is important not to make him too strong.
    For example, if Akainu becomes the protagonist, he is so strong that he can put an end to ONE PIECE within a year." Sound Recording (2012)

    - In Sabaody, Oda didn't intend to introduce supernovas at first, but only 3 hours after the editor advised him to make the story more exciting, Oda wrote a new story in which supernovas appeared. ONE PIECE Grand Countdown 2 (2010)

    - All editors of ONE PIECE know how it will end. ONE PIECE Newspaper Vol.3 (2012)

    - Oda often cries while he is writing ONE PIECE.
    The most heartbreaking scene for him is this one. Jump Festa 2014 (2013)

    http://i.imgur.com/spOLh4X.jpg

    - Oda is most interested in Blackbeard in real pirates. One Piece Blue (2002)

    - Oda had no intention that strawhats would say goodbye to Going Merry, but he decided it since enemys' ships were getting stronger. Jump Festa 2014 (2013)

    - Oda had planned that strawhats would say goodbye to Going Merry within 1 year after chapter 303 (Skypiea arc finished in chapter 302), but it ended up coming true after 3 years... ONE PIECE 10th Treasures (2007)

    - Oda came up with this page right before the chapter was released. Jump Festa 2014 (2013)

    http://i.imgur.com/tW02dUT.jpg

    - Usopp has been and will be the weakest in strawhats. ONE PIECE 10th Treasures (2007)

    - "Readers can feel close to Usopp since he is not a strong crewmate." ONE PIECE 10th Treasures (2007)

    - "Every strawhat can become protagonist." Comickers (1998)

    - When Minoru Suzuki told Oda that Dressrosa arc was profound and interesting, Oda answered that a lot of ideas were coming into his mind one after another.


    - The main target reader of ONE PIECE is 15-year-old male. SWITCH (November 2009)

    - "Refreshing is the excuse for laziness." (Jump Festa 2015 (2014)

    - Oda said to himself, "Do not escape from writing manga." ONE PIECE 10th Treasures (2007)

    - When Vivi appeared for the first time, Oda didn't have the intention of her being princess. She would have been just defeated by strawhats and made her exit.

    http://i.imgur.com/Neolj2b.jpg

    - "I write ONE PIECE as dramatically as I can. If I had written a pure battle manga, it would have been easily defeated by Dragon Ball." ONE PIECE 10th Treasures (2007)

    - "Friendship is one of the main themes of ONE PIECE." Weekly Shonen Jump issue 13 (2002)

    - "A group is influenced by the waves of the times. After all, if people swarm together, it will bring birth to an unstoppable force... That is
    actually one big part of the theme. " One Piece Animation Logbook (2002)

    - "I got enraged after watching the anime in which Ace was killed. I wonder why Ace had to be killed in that harsh way," Jump Festa 2011 (2010), Eternal Log (2012)

    - "Does art tell you something? Does manga advocate something? As a matter of fact, I don't put any messages in the manga I draw. If I draw a story, the themes emerge all on their own. I do my utmost to find an answer in what I come up with, but each reader is entirely free to decide what he or she takes away from the story. So I don't send messages. But, hmm. It's not as if I don't have anything to say." Color Walk 2 (2003) , SWITCH (2009)

    - "I get annoyed to hear people speaking ill of characters in ONE PIECE. For example, when they say ‘this villain is weak’, I can't help thinking that then I'll make him much stronger!" Color Walk 6 (2014)

    - "Don't speak ill of Zoro." Niconico Live Broadcast (28 December 2011)

    - Oda told game company's staffs that Luffy would defeat Crocodile by a "weather-related" move before the chapter was out. ONE PIECE 10th Treasures (2007)

    - "It's fun to draw the wrinkles in the face." Inoue Takehiko Pia (2009)

    - Oda was going to introduce fishmen in chapter 3, but editor rejected. - Manga no Chikara (2007)

    - In the final scenes of ONE PIECE, there will be a pirate who appears with an eye patch. One Para (2007)

    - "Middle-aged persons are strong in ONE PIECE. There are many cool middle-aged persons in the real world, but they are not always strong. I wish them to be strong in manga." Interview between Usuta and Oda (2008)

    - "I hate the revival of dead in manga." Playboy (2007)

    - Oda said that action movies these days depended too much on computer graphics and they should focus on human relationships rather than fight. Interview between Usuta and Oda (2008)

    - "I love Western Films" Interview between Usuta and Oda (2008)

    - "Two fighting against one isn't fair." Interview between Usuta and Oda (2008)

    - "I wonder why war breaks out." Interview between Usuta and Oda (2008)

    - "Manga characters should be rich with emotions. It seems there are many people with no expression on the faces these days." Playboy (2007)

    - Oda came up with Luffy's fighting style (gomu gomu ability) so that it made him look like joking around even when he was fighting seriously." Asahi Evening Newspaper (26 November 1999)

    - "I'd like to draw strawhats relaxing on a deck rather than their fights." Comickers (1998)

    - Luffy, Zoro and Nami are the trigger/core of ONE PIECE. Color Walk 1 (2001)

    - When Oda forgot Luffy's move, he searched it on ONE PIECE fan site. Weekly Shone Jump 36/37 issue (2006)

    - Oda has been afraid of ONE PIECE boom. T(2012)

    - "I make it a rule to include 3 times more episodes in one chapter than common manga." Manga Nou no Kitaekata (2010)

    - "It is painful to write a story. On the other hand, I enjoy drawing." LIAR GAME/Invitation (2009)

    - "If I was influenced by the opinion of female/girl readers, it would ruin my identity as a shonen mangaka." SWITCH (2009)

    - "I don't care whatever readers complain in the middle stage of a story because I am confident of highlight scenes being interesting." Manga Omo! (2002)

    - "Luffy attaches importance to action rather than words." Color Walk 5 (2010)

    - There are at least 15 notebooks that include Oda's ideas about Dressrosa arc. Jump Festa 2015 (2014)

    - "If I cut coners in work just because ONE PIECE has become popular, it would ruin everything." ONE PIECE Pia (2009)

    - Oda wanted to create a Robot manga after he finishes ONE PIECE. One Piece Blue (2002), Interview between Usuta and Oda (2008)

    - Oda wants to create a short story manga as Akira Toriyama did after he finishes ONE PIECE. Mangs no Chikara (2007)

    - Oda and editor Isaka usually talked by telephone for 4-5 hours. The conversation lasted up to 15-16 hours... ONE PIECE Newspaper Vol.2

    -SJ Alpha March 19 issue (2012)

    Q: The world of ONE PIECE has many different kinds of pirates with unique styles. How and when did you first think of the idea to write a manga about pirates?

    Oda: Ever since I was little, I liked pirates. As a child I really liked an anime series called Vicke the Little Viking. It was about a little kid who admires Vikings, and his dream is to become one of them when he grows up. As I did research on pirates for ONE PIECE, I realized that Vikings are a type of pirate. I feel that it's awesome to have friends on your team, just like in the Vicke series. It may not be the best comparison, but I feel like that series' spirit is carried on within my work.

    Q: If you could join any pirate crew in ONE PIECE (except for the Straw Hats), which one would you join and why?

    Oda: Hmm. Except the Straw Hats… I think it would be awesome to be in Buggy's crew. They seem to be very carefree, and it would be really fun because even the subordinates can make fun of the captain. But if I was really strong, I would want to be in the Blackbeard Pirates.

    Q: Your manga is famous for not only its incredible action, but its heartfelt moments as well (we've certainly cried some “manly tears” around the office). What is your secret for eliciting such powerful emotional responses from people?

    Oda: The thing is, I get bored easily. So if my manga was just about the action, or comedy, or tearjerking moments, more than anybody, I would get bored. So I change up the style of the series to keep up my motivation to draw the series. The real secret? I think of the plots and scenes when I'm tired. The only way that I can think of a new idea is to think about it a lot without sleeping or eating. That's the only way that I know, because humans can only come up with truly new ideas when they reach their limit. So every time I am done with my manucript, I am completely exhausted.

    Q: It's no secret your manga sells like gangbusters and has even set records in Japan. Yet your manga hasn't strayed far from its roots. It's still as pure and honest as it was in the beginning. What is your secret for dealing with success

    Oda: To this day, I've never truly felt pressure about becoming successful. I always try to stay focused on making manga for just a single audience, because in most circumstances, you read manga by yourself. So whenever I draw manga, I have only one reader in my mind myself as a 15-year-old. I have no idea how other people would feel, so I turn back to the 15-year-old me to make a judgment on what is awesome or not. I always try to stay true to myself, and somehow it resonates with the kids who read my manga.

    Oda: I only have the ending of ONE PIECE in my mind, and nothing else. But knowing the end point, I weave the story and make story arcs that build up to it.

    Q: ONE PIECE has beautiful color spreads. What is your process when making them, and how long does it take?

    Oda: I've drawn a lot of color illustrations. Recently, it takes me more time to think about what to draw than to actually draw it. But if it's an incomplete idea, I would get bored while drawing. So until I find something that I really want to draw, I just think, sometimes the entire day. I feel like now it's harder to choose what to draw than when I started serializing ONE PIECE.

    Oda: I listen to music a lot when I am making manga. I enjoy every genre of music, whether it's Japanese or foreign. I create a playlist that is a soundtrack to a new story arc, and listen to it over and over again when I am working.

    Q: Digital manga, like Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha, is starting to take off in America. What are your thoughts on digital manga?

    Oda: I think digital is cool for manga as long as it doesn't interfere with the way it's intended to be enjoyed by the readers because the flow of panels and the use of spread images in ONE PIECE is unique compared to traditional manga. Otherwise, I've always imagined that the experience of reading digital manga is similar to reading books in print, and neither is better or worse.

    Q: Do you have any last comments for the U.S. fans that enjoy this series via SJ Alpha?

    Oda: When you are reading ONE PIECE, you might come across weird scenes that only Japanese readers can understand. But please bear with me, because I am trying to create a world that can be enjoyed by people everywhere.

    - SJ: Who would you want for a brother or sister?
    Oda: Usopp might be the most fun to hang around with. I think we'd get along. US Shonen Jump August issue (2007)

    - There are adults that kill people while declaring, "This is a holy war!", or "This is justice!" And there are children that see that. One Piece will continue for quite some time. All the while praying for world peace."*
    [*This comment was Oda's response to the 2001 September 11th terrorist attacks on American civilians. The color spread that week was also in response to the event, hence the presence of doves and quote from The Beatles' song, "Come Together". Weekly Shonen Jump issue 44 (2001)

    http://i.imgur.com/z9VacL1.jpg

    - "The story's end hasn't changed once since the beginning. The problem is that I haven't been able to really digest all the things that are happening along the way toward the end." Inoue Takehiko Pia (2009)

    - Question: ...Exactly how far ahead do you plan One Piece, and what is your story-planning technique?
    Oda: I only have the ending of One Piece in my mind, and nothing else. But knowing the end point, I weave the story and make story arcs that build up to it. English Shonen Jump

    - "I just can’t help but draw a lot. The weekly format is set at 19 pages, but from the creator perspective I want to move the story along faster. I end up jamming as much as I can in there. There is also wanting to finish faster so I can relax." Inoue Takehiko Pia (2009)

    - "The thing I want to do most in my comics is really not stories, it’s character models. I think like, “Is this style of person possible?” The time I spend doing all kinds of different designs is fun."

    Things like how muscular the body should be to go with a certain facial structure is something that, in the end, I pay no attention to, though (laughs). The times where I have created a certain character silhouette that no one’s ever seen before those moments make me the happiest. And, once I’ve created it, I want to use it as quickly as possible. I create episodes for just that reason... I do that over and over, so the story gets longer and longer." Inoue Takehiko Pia (2009)

    - And so One Piece was born and its popularity spread like wildfire but did you ever think it would be this big?

    Oda: Well of course I knew that if I drew pirate stuff it would be interesting but I never thought it would happen that fast. It instantly spread and flared up in popularity. But since many things in this world have a way of vanishing before you know it, it’s pretty scary when I think about it. MEN'S NON-NO (2009)

    - John Irons: What is Luffy's mother like? Was she beautiful? What happened to her? Did she die when Luffy was a baby?

    Oda: I think she's alive. I'm still thinking hard about this. [Laughs] But if she does appear in the story, then she'll be a very tough-looking woman. And strict. There's no way that she's a beautiful mother. She's got this typical middle-aged woman's permed hair. Speaking about families, I did a backstory for Nico Robin and her family. That was actually the first time for me to draw a mother in a character's memory. Up until that point, I'd never drawn a blood relation. In Chopper's case, he's called a son even though he's not blood-related. So I've put in a message there saying that you can still call someone who's not related by blood your family. American Shonen Jump (December 2009 )

    - "The whole world will be thrown into turmoil in the final arc." Asahi Evening Newspaper (26 November 1999)

    - Questioner: Many are looking forward to what happens next in One Piece could you give us a message for them?

    Oda:: One thing that keeps me motivated to keep drawing One Piece is that I want to draw the last chapter. The last chapter is amazing! I imagine a final chapter that will make Marinefold arc look like nothing!

    Questioner: Seriously?!

    Oda:: The Marinefold arc really felt like a side trip to me. I didn't expect it to be so popular. So I don't know how readers will take this one. But the thing I think is interesting will be in that last chapter. Until then I would like as many of the fans as possible to stick with me. Eternal Log (2012)

    - Oda: Yes, I already decided on how it’s going to end. Should I tell you now?
    Sakura: …. Well, I want to know, but I probably shouldn’t. BUT, the One Piece, it’s not something like “the growth your heart went through”, right?
    Oda: Hahaha, no no, I won’t be pulling off some kind of Wizard of Oz thing like that. After having gone through an adventure like that, it wouldn’t be fair to not actually give them a reward. Omedetou (2014)

    - Oda spends 3 days on storyboards, 3 days on drawings, 1 day on other works (ex. making a new volume)

    http://i.imgur.com/yUdSkSj.jpg

    - Oda usually finishes drawing a storyboard of a chapter 17-19 days before the official release date. TV show "Real Scope" (19 March 2011)

    - "I go to bed at 8 (morning) and wake up at 12 (noon)" China Times (2014)
    http://opforum.net/showthread.php?tid=6501

    - In 2012, Oda usually went to bed at 2 (night) and woke up at 5 (morning). ONE PIECE Newspaper Vol.2 (2012)

    - In 2001 (2002), Oda usually slept for 2 hours a day. It does not mean that he slept for 2 hours straight. It was an accumulation of 15 minutes' sleep... Tensai Pasokomijuku (2002)

    - Oda went back to his home once a year. Instead, his daughters came to his workplace to stay overnight once a week. MEN'S NON-NO (2009).

    - Oda earned more than 25 million US dollars in 2010 (2011). TV show "Bakanahurishite Kiitemita" (3 May 2012)

    - Oda sometimes invites his friends to his house and holds a party. In Oda's house, there are a river, a life-sized giraffe model and a small train . Marie Tatsumi's blog (2014), TV show "Job Tune" (25 May 2013)

    Oda's house
    http://imgur.com/a/FxPHy


    How long will ONE PIECE last?

    - "If I wrote everything in my mind, it would take about 20 years to finish ONE PIECE." Manga Omo! (2002)

    - "When I intend to finish an arc within 30 chapters, it ends up 90 chapters being necessary." Playboy (2007)

    - "I'd like to finish ONE PIECE as soon as possible." SWITCH (2009)

    - "ONE PIECE is 50% done." ONE PIECE Pia (2009), Sound Recording(2012)

    - "I was going to finish ONE PIECE within 5 years.
    Every crew joins before Grand Line. (1- 1.5 year)
    Great adventure (3 years)
    Final arc (1 year)" Sound Recording (2012)

    - "If I drew everything in my mind in Marineford arc, at least 50 pages would be necessary for each chapter." ONE PIECE Pia (2009)

    - "ONE PIECE is at least 60% done. From now on, I'd like to restrain my desire to write many things. If I write what I want to, ONE PIECE will never come to an end." ONE PIECE newspaper Vol.4 (2012)

    - Editor Onishi: ONE PIECE is 60-70% done and it will probably finish within 10 years.
    Interview with editor Onishi at ONE PIECE exhibition in Taiwan (2014)

    - "I think I can keep drawing in next decade and we will get new nakama successively." China Times (2014)
     
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    Zoro > Sanji confirmed :giggle:
    No, seriously, I thought at least Sanji and Usopp were in that list too.

    OMG is this true!? I was waiting for so long for a pirate with an eye patch (I love it as a character tool)! Maybe 30-years old Pirate King Luffy? Shanks after being wounded on an eye? (He'd look so cool now that I think of it). Zoro will cover his scar, looking even more badass? Someone we don't know yet?
    I don't know, but I'm hyped as hell for a fuckin' eye patch. Maybe I should go to the doctor.

    Oda's house is amazing! :yay:

    Does this mean the final arc will be something fuckin' huge, like 200+ chapters?
    I'm soo hyped right now! :yay:
     
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    Its nice to read this
    and his house looks cool
     
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    He's so committed it's heartwarming!!
     
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    My eyes heart of reading but when it's Oda you must read it :D Cant wait final arc. I only hope i will be alive in this 10 years
     
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    Oda the :super2: genius.
     
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    I thought Oda was the only one who knows how One Piece will end? :unsure:
     
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    Also Usopp the weakest? I figured that would be Nami.
     
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    Yeah me too, im a bit surprised about that one
     
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    yeah :datass:
    i am one piece's targeted audience:datass::datass:


    and that eyepatch dude quote was interesting
     
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    Oda-sensei doesn't sleep enough. He's sacrificing himself to give us a wonderful manga.
    I hope the ones moaning about break now understand how hard it is for Oda-sensei to satisfy us ;)
     
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    I was thinking that as well. And he works so often. I'd rather wait every other week and have Oda stay healthy.
    4 hours a night isn't enough! :eek:
     
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    RE: Quotes from Oda's Interviews

    Thanks for this post! It was really interesting to read all this, and with all the proper references too.

    Now, don't you all people get me wrong, I love One Piece and all, but I still can't help but comment on these

    About inconsistency or not writing the story coherently, I personally think that it matters and that good author should be able to keep their story consistent. Sure, I like OP the way it is but still it sometimes annoys me that there are inconsistencies in the story... well I've been ranting about that before...

    Also Shanks losing his arm and supernovas put in the story just because the editor told him to do so is kinda silly, besides why add such unnecessary melodrama?

    BUT I do realize I'm both quite obsessed with these sort of things (when it comes to any type of literature, I'm hard to please) and not a 15yo so my opinions are likely not needed here :D

    It's also a bit sad to learn that he sleeps only few hours a day and spends so little time with his family, but that's of course none of my business...
     
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    RE: Quotes from Oda's Interviews

    Question: Why does Oda give interviews to Playboy? Did they feature Nami and Robin or what?


    About the content of the quote: Now we know why he never kills anyone off. That way he doesn't really have to revive anyone, just let them reappear. And according to this, it should be seen proven now that Ace won't come back. (I've already read something about him not being dead after all.)
     
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    RE: Quotes from Oda's Interviews

    Take that, you jackass.

    Anyway, interesting read. Especially on how the expected completions have exploded...
     
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    RE: Quotes from Oda's Interviews

    In the pirate-manga number one on this whole world, there wasnt any character with an eye-patch yet? :D Holy moly!
     
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    I was surprised about that too! I thought there must've been at least one but I can't think of anyone.
     
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    Oh my god, Oda-sensei, you should definitely get more sleep, this is not healthy at all :cry:
     
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    enough said :D:D
     
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    Lol good question. I'd like to know the reason, too...
     

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