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** {{Pun}}s. Oda ''loves'' puns. There's a One Piece character whose entire backstory is based on one: Pappag, a starfish that learned to talk because the Japanese words for human (hito) and starfish (hitode) are near identical. Then there's the previously mentioned suggestion to Nobuhiro Watsuki about an okamo (cross-dresser) wielding an o-kama (large scythe).



* {{Pun}}: Oda loves puns. There's a One Piece character whose entire backstory is based on one: Pappag, a starfish that learned to talk because the Japanese words for human (hito) and starfish (hitode) are near identical. Then there's the previously mentioned suggestion to Nobuhiro Watsuki about an okamo (cross-dresser) wielding an o-kama (large scythe).


* NamesTheSame: Why he's apparently a fan of UsefulNotes/OdaNobunaga.

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* NamesTheSame: Why he's apparently {{Pun}}: Oda loves puns. There's a fan of UsefulNotes/OdaNobunaga. One Piece character whose entire backstory is based on one: Pappag, a starfish that learned to talk because the Japanese words for human (hito) and starfish (hitode) are near identical. Then there's the previously mentioned suggestion to Nobuhiro Watsuki about an okamo (cross-dresser) wielding an o-kama (large scythe).


''One Piece'', released in 1997, became a success in ''Shonen Jump''. It sold over 440 million copies as of 2018. The success of this series led to Creator/ToeiAnimation creating an AnimatedAdaptation in 1999; as of 2018, it has aired of 800 episodes. In 2017, Oda discussed plans to develop an American LiveActionAdaptation of ''One Piece''.

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''One Piece'', released in 1997, became a success in ''Shonen Jump''. It sold over 440 million copies as of 2018. The success of this series led to Creator/ToeiAnimation creating an AnimatedAdaptation in 1999; as of 2018, 2021, it has aired of 800 nearly 1000 episodes. In 2017, Oda discussed plans to develop an American LiveActionAdaptation of ''One Piece''.


Eiichiro Oda (尾田 栄一郎, born January 1, 1975) is the creator of the long-running {{Shonen}} {{Manga}} ''Franchise/OnePiece'', which is over nine hundred chapters in length and still going strong. Noted for his unusual art style and eccentric and imaginative character designs.

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Eiichiro Oda (尾田 栄一郎, born January 1, 1975) is the creator of the long-running {{Shonen}} {{Manga}} ''Franchise/OnePiece'', which is [[LongRunner over nine hundred a thousand chapters in length and still going strong.strong]]. Noted for his unusual art style and eccentric and imaginative character designs.


** [[FunnyAfro Afros.]]

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** [[FunnyAfro Afros.]]


* ItRunsOnNonsensoleum: Many of Oda's SBS answers to questions about how things work in the series. And many of the in-universe explanations, for that matter. How does Zorro talk with a sword in his mouth? His heart does the talking for him.

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* ItRunsOnNonsensoleum: Many of Oda's SBS answers to questions about how things work in the series. And many of the in-universe explanations, for that matter. How does Zorro Zoro talk with a sword in his mouth? His heart does the talking for him.


While still in high school, Oda wrote and published his first work, ''Manga/Wanted1998'' and won the Tezuka Award from ''Magazine/ShonenJump''. After ''Wanted!'', he studied at Kyushu Tokai University for one year before he dropped out to work as an assistant to manga artist such as Shinobu Kaitani, Masaya Tokuhiro, and Nobuhiro Watsuki. In 1996, he published ''Romance Dawn'' and with it's success, began work on ''One Piece''.

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While still in high school, Oda wrote and published his first work, ''Manga/Wanted1998'' and won the Tezuka Award from ''Magazine/ShonenJump''. After ''Wanted!'', he studied at Kyushu Tokai University for one year before he dropped out to work as an assistant to various manga artist artists such as Shinobu Kaitani, Masaya Tokuhiro, and Nobuhiro Watsuki.Creator/NobuhiroWatsuki. In 1996, he published ''Romance Dawn'' and with it's success, began work on ''One Piece''.


** Women with [[BuxomIsBetter large breasts]] and [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure impossible hourglass figures]] in {{Stripperiffic}} outfits. He's actually been criticized for this on occasion, as while the women in ''One Piece'' who [[{{Gonk}} aren't intended to be attractive]] can be just as wild and outlandish as men, female characters who he ''does'' intend for the reader to find cute or attractive [[OnlyOneFemaleMold tend to look exactly alike.]] This tendency is partly owed to the fact that he uses Inaba-- or at least how he perceives her-- as the basis for all of his female character designs.

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** Women with [[BuxomIsBetter large breasts]] and [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure impossible hourglass figures]] in {{Stripperiffic}} outfits. He's actually been criticized for this on occasion, as while the women in ''One Piece'' who [[{{Gonk}} aren't intended to be attractive]] can be just as wild and outlandish as men, female characters who he ''does'' intend for the reader to find cute or attractive [[OnlyOneFemaleMold tend to look exactly alike.]] This tendency is partly owed to the fact that he uses Inaba-- or at least how he perceives her-- as the basis for all of his intentionally attractive female character designs.


* TheRival: Sees the ''Anime/PrettyCure'' series as this in the anime, since his children love the show more than ''One Piece''. He declares that he'll take down ''Pretty Cure''.

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* TheRival: Sees the ''Anime/PrettyCure'' series series, specifically ''Anime/FreshPrettyCure'', as this in regards to the the anime, since his children love the show more than ''One Piece''. He declares that he'll take down ''Pretty Cure''.


Eiichiro Oda (尾田 栄一郎, born January 1, 1975) is the creator of the long-running {{Shonen}} {{Manga}} ''Franchise/OnePiece'', which is over eight hundred chapters in length and still going strong. Noted for his unusual art style and eccentric and imaginative character designs.

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Eiichiro Oda (尾田 栄一郎, born January 1, 1975) is the creator of the long-running {{Shonen}} {{Manga}} ''Franchise/OnePiece'', which is over eight nine hundred chapters in length and still going strong. Noted for his unusual art style and eccentric and imaginative character designs.


** Women with [[BuxomIsBetter large breasts]] and [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure impossible hourglass figures]] in {{Stripperiffic}} outfits. He's actually been criticized for this on occasion, as while the women in ''One Piece'' who [[{{Gonk}} aren't intended to be attractive]] can be just as wild and outlandish as men, female characters who he ''does'' intend for the reader to find cute or attractive [[OnlyOneFemaleMold tend to look exactly alike.]] This tendency is partly owed to the fact that he uses his wife-- or at least how he perceives her-- as the basis for all of his female character designs.

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** Women with [[BuxomIsBetter large breasts]] and [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure impossible hourglass figures]] in {{Stripperiffic}} outfits. He's actually been criticized for this on occasion, as while the women in ''One Piece'' who [[{{Gonk}} aren't intended to be attractive]] can be just as wild and outlandish as men, female characters who he ''does'' intend for the reader to find cute or attractive [[OnlyOneFemaleMold tend to look exactly alike.]] This tendency is partly owed to the fact that he uses his wife-- Inaba-- or at least how he perceives her-- as the basis for all of his female character designs.



** While working on ''One Piece'', Oda's anxiousness of waiting for his wife's birth inspired him to develop Ace's relationship with Gold Roger.

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** While working on ''One Piece'', Oda's anxiousness of waiting for his wife's son's birth inspired him to develop Ace's relationship with Gold Roger.


** Women with [[BuxomIsBetter large breasts]] and [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure impossible hourglass figures]] in {{Stripperiffic}} outfits. He's actually been criticized for this on occasion, as while the women in ''One Piece'' who [[{{Gonk}} aren't intended to be attractive]] can be just as wild and outlandish as men, female characters who he ''does'' intend for the reader to find cute or attractive [[OnlyOneFemaleMold tend to look exactly alike.]] This tendency is partly owed to the fact that he uses his wife as the basis for all of his female character designs.

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** Women with [[BuxomIsBetter large breasts]] and [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure impossible hourglass figures]] in {{Stripperiffic}} outfits. He's actually been criticized for this on occasion, as while the women in ''One Piece'' who [[{{Gonk}} aren't intended to be attractive]] can be just as wild and outlandish as men, female characters who he ''does'' intend for the reader to find cute or attractive [[OnlyOneFemaleMold tend to look exactly alike.]] This tendency is partly owed to the fact that he uses his wife wife-- or at least how he perceives her-- as the basis for all of his female character designs.


** Women with [[BuxomIsBetter large breasts]] and [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure impossible hourglass figures]] in {{Stripperiffic}} outfits. He's actually been criticized for this on occasion, as while the women in ''One Piece'' who [[{{Gonk}} aren't intended to be attractive]] can be just as wild and outlandish as men, female characters who he ''does'' intend for the reader to find cute or attractive [[OnlyOneFemaleMold tend to look exactly alike.]]

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** Women with [[BuxomIsBetter large breasts]] and [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure impossible hourglass figures]] in {{Stripperiffic}} outfits. He's actually been criticized for this on occasion, as while the women in ''One Piece'' who [[{{Gonk}} aren't intended to be attractive]] can be just as wild and outlandish as men, female characters who he ''does'' intend for the reader to find cute or attractive [[OnlyOneFemaleMold tend to look exactly alike.]] This tendency is partly owed to the fact that he uses his wife as the basis for all of his female character designs.

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