Friday, May 4, 2012
One Piece Manga Vol.66 — 4 Million Copies Printed, Ties with Previous Print Run
Currently known as one of the top manga in the world, One Piece has done it again. With just releasing the latest One Piece game and a new movie coming this year, another good news is coming from One Piece. The publishing company Shueisha revealed that four million copies of pirate manga One Piece Volume 66: “The Path Towards the Sun” have been published. The print run ties with the previous two volumes' record for the book with most copies in its first printing in Japan. The volume will be shipped out this Wednesday.
As of the 65th volume, Shueisha has published over 260 million copies of the manga series; One Piece has had the highest number of copies printed of any Shueisha manga series in Japan. Shueisha attributes this to new readers who are buying up the earlier volumes.
Recently reaching 200,000,000 copies of manga volumes sold, One Piece is one of the most popular and well-loved manga not only in Japan but also in international markets including the United States.
One Piece Volume 65; “The Path Towards the Sun” Summary:
Following Hody's defeat, the Straw Hats and the island's citizens to celebrate their victory. However, Caribou steals the kingdom's treasure and Luffy, Zoro and Sanji are forced to chase him and take it back.
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