The strip of ONE PIECE not to appear due to the author’s sudden illness


This article may sound irrelevant but numbers of health problems of Japanese famous people have been reported everyday.

Fukushima Diary picked up one of them because ONE PIECE is widely known internationally.
Not to mention, it has nothing to do with radiation.

ONE PIECE is a comic strip on the weekly comic magazine Jump.
On the issue to be published on 3/18/2013, ONE PIECE will not appear due to the sudden illness of the author, Oda. He is still 38 years old.

The comic started in August of 1997, already has over 700 stories.
It hasn’t been stopped before due to the sudden illness of the author.




Français :

Interruption de la parution de la BD ONE PIECE à cause de la maladie de son auteur


Cet article va sembler hors de propos à certains mais de nombreux problèmes de santé des célébrités japonaises ont été rapportés tous les jours.

Le Fukushima Diary en relève un parce que la BD ONE PIECE est largement connue internationalement.
Cela va sans dire, ça n’a rien à voir avec la radioactivité.

ONE PIECE est une bande dessinée de l’hebdomadaire Jump.
Dans le numéro à paraître le 18 mars 2013, ONE PIECE ne sera pas présente parce que son auteur, M. Oda, est malade. Il n’a que 38 ans.

La BD a commencé en août 1997, elle fait déjà plus de 700 planches.
Elle n’avait pas été arrêtée avant à cause de la soudaine maladie de son auteur.

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