The cast of One Piece at this year’s MegaCon conference agreed with fans that a famous character should have been part of the Straw Hat pirates.
One Piece cast members agree that fan-favorite character Carrot should have been a member of the Straw Hat pirates.
CBR was present live at the “One Piece x One Piece: From Anime to Live Action” panel at MegaCon Orlando, where the panel included Colleen Clinkenbeard (Luffy) and Luci Christian (Nami) of the anime One Piece and Jacob Romero (Usopp ), Jeff Ward (Buggy) and Aidan Scott (Helmeppo) of the live-action adaptation answered questions from the audience. When asked “Who would you put on the team that isn’t there yet?” both Ward and Christian said they would include Carrot in the crew. Romero and Scott chose Buggy, while Clinkenbeard attacked on his own with Bon Clay.
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Carrot joining the Straw Hats is almost guaranteed for many members of the One Piece fandom. Her affable personality and genuine strength in her Sulong form made her a part of the group — as did the fact that fans spent years with her from the time she was introduced in Zou until they broke up at the end of Wano. The decision to make her the new leader of the people continues to make many people feel uncomfortable.
The panel answered a number of other questions, including what jobs the Straw Hats would do if they weren’t pirates. Although Clinkenbeard’s answer differs significantly from One Piece creator Oda’s, recent convention appearances show that the One Piece cast is very much in tune with the public as well as the fans themselves. enthusiastic grave. Live-action star Mackenyu received a standing ovation after revealing his favorite One Piece arcs, which had a notable overlap with Nami actor Emily Rudd, who had the best arc choice is also widely spread.
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Fans can see more of CBR’s ongoing coverage of MegaCon on X (formerly Twitter). The One Piece anime series airs weekly on Crunchyroll, with new episodes premiering the following week on Netflix. The live-action One Piece series is also streaming on Netflix as fans patiently wait for the second season, which is currently in production.
Created by Eiichiro Oda, the One Piece series explores the adventures of pirate Luffy D. Monkey and the Straw Hat Pirates. Since the manga first debuted in 1997, One Piece has been adapted into an anime and seen many movies. Most recently it was adapted into a live-action series by Netflix.
Source: MegaCon Orlando via CBR on X (formerly Twitter)