Revealed the Reason Eiichiro Oda Accidentally Made Roronoa Zoro's Left Eye Blind


Revealed the Reason Eiichiro Oda Accidentally Made Roronoa Zoro's Left Eye Bblind

The character of Roronoa Zoro in the One Piece manga is interesting to research. Finally, Eiichiro Oda talked about one of the characters he created in the Straw Hat crew led by Monkey D Luffy.

During this time, Eiichiro Oda rarely revealed the various things that happened in the characters he made. He also hardly ever comments on the various fan theories that are milling about in cyberspace.

But in an interview published in the Rurouni Kenshin exhibition catalog book, there are the results of an interview between Nobuhiro Watsuki and Eiichiro Oda. The creator of One Piece is known to have been an assistant to the comic artist Rurouni Kenshin.

Their ages are 5 years apart. In an interview the two conducted after the One Piece manga was first released in 1997, Oda once said that he wanted to make Zoro's character one eye in the future. [post_ads]

After hearing the chat, Nobuhiro Watsuki gave himself up to make a one-eyed protagonist in Gun Blaze West (another Watsuki comic) which will be published in serialization, - wrote the description of the One Piece @Sandman_AP fanbase account, which translated the results of the interview.

At that time, Nobuhiro Watsuki explained that he wanted to avoid the situation so that manga readers did not get me wrong.

He doesn't want One Piece fans or Rurouni Kenshin to think that Oda stole the idea from Watsuki.

But unfortunately when Nobuhiro Watsuki asked why Zoro's left eye was closed, Oda did not explain why.

Roronoa Zoro's left eye closed on his left is still a mystery. - said Nobuhiro Watsuki.

Roronoa Zoro's left eye was closed after the past two year timeskip. He is the first member of the Straw Hat Pirates and believes Luffy will become the pirate king one day. [post_ads_2]

After the timeskip (2 years passed), this change in appearance was recognized by One Piece readers. There was an incision scar that made his left eye closed. There are many fan theories that reveal it, for example, Zoro's left eye was blind after being cut by a sword against Babon.

There are also those who think Zoro has a Sharingan in his left eye like Hatake Kakashi.

Their conversation took place in 2000 or 3 years after the One Piece manga was published. Currently, the One Piece manga is more than 23 years old and has been successfully adapted into anime and live action.

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