To commemorate the realization of the dialogue between Gosho Aoyama, author of “Detective Conan” and Eiichiro Oda, author of “ONE PIECE”, a giant panel of the two works was displayed at the Shogakukan headquarters building in Tokyo (2-3-1 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) on the 27th.
The panels are “connected collaboration covers,” in which the covers of “Weekly Shonen Jump” No. 34 (Shueisha) and “Weekly Shonen Sunday” No. 35 (Shogakukan), which are currently on sale, are lined up to form a single picture, featuring Monkey D. Luffy and Toru Amuro, and Conan Edogawa and Roronoa Zoro.
The giant panel, measuring 1.76 meters long by 2.66 meters wide, will be on display until August 7.
The second part of the interview is in the July 27 issue of “Weekly Shōnen Sunday” (No. 35), which discusses adventure, romantic comedy, and friendship, the secret to reaching 100 volumes, and the outlook for each work.
The first part of the article can be found in the current issue number 34 of Weekly Shonen Jump.
Kazunori Oshima, editor-in-chief of “Weekly Shōnen Sunday,” said, “It is impossible that it is impossible. Monday and Wednesday’s weekly shōnen magazines, which are not supposed to intersect, have become a single, united cover!
And you can also read the first-ever conversation between the teachers touching on the truth of the two major serials, which are now over 100 volumes and reaching an even higher climax here! We hope that JUMP No. 34 and SUNDAY No. 35 will become great treasures in the lives of our readers. I hope that everyone in Japan will read these two books! He called out to the audience.
Hiroyuki Nakano, editor-in-chief of “Weekly Shonen Jump” also expressed his delight by saying, “I am very happy to announce this project, which is sure to surprise and delight manga fans all over Japan and the world.
I would like to pay my utmost respect to both of you, who continue to lead the way in the grueling weekly shonen manga series, even after more than 100 volumes. I would also like to express my gratitude for the fact that we are living in this era in which “Detective Conan” and “ONE PIECE” are serialized. Let’s continue to support Conan and Luffy as they face the great mystery! I told them.
I want to go take a picture.