Netflix unveils logo for Upcoming One pIece Live-action series

Netflix released the official logo for their upcoming live-action version of the comic One Piece on Friday, September 3.

“Never lose sight of your objective, no matter how difficult or impossible it may seem,” the caption said. There were also "easter eggs" in the logo, according to Netflix.


The first episode is named "Romance Dawn," which is the title of the manga/first anime's arc, which recounts how Luffy obtained his hat and became motivated to become a pirate. It's also the title of a prototype manga written by author Eiichiro Oda before launching One Piece.

The screenplay was written by Matt Owens (who previously worked on Luke Cage and Agents of Shield) and showrunner Steven Maeda (The X Files and Lost), and it is based on the works of One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda.

Since Netflix initially announced the live-action adaptation in January 2020, the logo and pilot episode title are the first changes. According to Variety, the series will consist of ten episodes.

Eiichiro Oda, the manga's author, is named as an executive producer for the show. Other information, such as the cast and release date, are still to be revealed.

Oda will reportedly serve as an executive producer for the series, which will be produced by Tomorrow Studios, which previously worked on the Snowpiercer comic book adaptation and is now working on the Cowboy Bebop Netflix version, which we recently obtained on set images of. Oda created this picture to promote the series:


Monkey D. Luffy, a child whose body takes on the qualities of rubber after eating a Devil Fruit, is the protagonist of One Piece, which was first released in 1997. He and his pals then embarked on a mission to discover the "One Piece" treasure and become pirate kings.

It is widely regarded as one of the most popular manga series of all time. Toei Animation released a well-received anime version in 1999, and the series has now amassed 20 seasons, 14 films, a series of light novels, and several video games — it's safe to say that One Piece has covered virtually every media medium out there. Luffy, inspired by his boyhood hero "Red Haired" Shanks, creates his own pirate band, the Straw Hat Pirates, and embarks on a journey to discover the One Piece treasure and become King of the Pirates.