Commenting On: One Peace: Personal and Political Themes in Eiichiro Oda’s Magnum Opus

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  1. Ayn Rand Parel says:

    This is the nth time I’ve read this article and I just want to say how satisfying it is to read. It captures what most people miss out about One Piece – it’s not a typical shonen story about one individual to root for, but it’s almost a reference guide to what living free really means (along with many, many other themes). It exposes deep-set issues in our world in an entertaining and relatable way, without being preachy. Even if it’s already a best-selling manga because of its grandiosity, I personally feel it is still underrated and underappreciated as a masterpiece of themes. I hope more writers watch/read OP and write more about it! 🙂

  2. Ayn Rand Parel says:

    I am blown away by this article. It reminded me how deeo One Piece really is. Here’s to Freedom. 🙂

  3. Dijinn says:

    “He wants to make a new world.” As he said once, he doesn’t want to change the world or anything he just want to be as free as the Pirate King was or the person with absolute freedom, but in a world where there is an entity that tries to remove that freedom from people, he will need to change that world first to be completely free!