The Japanese Portal Oricon News reported that the hundredth volume compilation of the written manga and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda, One Piece, recorded 1,173,000 copies sold in the latest Oricon weekly ranking, getting the first position of the list. With this, the one hundred volumes published to date have each one exceeded the million copies sold in Japan.
The list of works with a greater number of books that have accumulated more than one million copies sold, evidently depends on the number of volumes published to date. One Piece maintains the first position with one hundred volumes, followed by Shingeki No Kyojin (Attack on Titan) with thirty-four volumes. Third place the Sleeves Naruto and Haikyuu appear !! As a thirty-one volumes, and in fifth, Kimetsu is placed no Yaiba with twenty-five volumes (the twenty-three of the original work and two additional books).
ONOPSIS OF ONE PIECE
Gol D. Roger was known as the "pirate king", the strongest and infamous being he sailed on Grand Line. The capture and execution of Roger by the World Government brought a change around the world. The last words of him before the death of him revealed the existence of the greatest treasure of the world, the One Piece. It was this revelation that caused the great era of pirates, men who dreamed of finding the One Piece, who promises an unlimited amount of riches and fame, and very possibly the pinnacle of the glory and the title of King Pirate.
Enter the Monkey D. Luffy scene, a 17-year-old boy who challenges your standard pirate definition. Instead of the popular personality of an evil pirate, hardened and strengthened to plunder villages for fun, the reason for Luffy to be a pirate is pure wonder: the idea of an exciting adventure that takes you to intriguing people and, ultimately, To the promised treasure. Following the steps of his childhood hero, Luffy and his team travel through Grand Line, experimenting crazy adventures, revealing dark mysteries and fighting strong enemies, everything to reach the most coveted of all fortunes: one piece .
Source: Livedoor News
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