The Guinness World Record for One Piece and Eiichiro Odas Has Been Updated

The Guinness World Record for One Piece and Eiichiro Odas Has Been Updated

The record held by Eiichiro Odas in Guinness World Records has been released. This year, the long-running manga series has produced even more copies compared to the first time it received a worldwide record.

On Twitter, Hiroyuki Nakano, the editor-in-chief of, displayed the new Guinness certificate. It shows that 416,566,000 copies of books have been reported between December 1997 and July 2022.

According to Japanese press reports, the number specified in the certificate only accounted for the number of books published domestically in Japan. A Twitter account claimed that the manga series has more than 500 million copies in print worldwide. That means about 84 million copies have circulated outside Japan.

Eiichiro Oda was forced to pull out of publishing new chapters in June 2022. He wanted to relinquise and prepare for the final stage of the long-running series. The hiatus did not damage the series'' popularity, which was reinstated in the July 25, 2022 issue of.

The anime and game adaptations of the film are also evolving in Japan on August 6, 2022, and in the West in Fall 2022. Meanwhile, Bandai Namco is working on a sequel to the PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, and PC in 2022.

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