One Piece Chapter 1087 Gets Delayed As Eiichiro Oda Undergoes Eye Surgery

One Piece‘s official Twitter account announced on June 6, 2023, that the manga will be on hiatus as Eiichiro Oda will be undergoing an eye surgery.

The author is suffering severe astigmatism, which is causing everything to appear blurry to him.

Due to this the manga will be taking a break for a month. It will miss four issues of Weekly Shonen Jump (29, 30, 31, 32), postponing the release of One Piece chapter 1087 to July 18, 2023.

However, chapter 1086 will be released on June 11, 2023, (June 12 in Japan) as planned in issue #28.

Eiichiro Oda released a statement regarding the hiatus, a rough translation of which is given below:

I apologize!! I will be taking a break for four issues!! (Jump issues 29, 30, 31, and 32)

Well, regarding the final chapters of ONEPIECE, I want to let you know that I really need to undergo surgery. I will be having a surgery to shoot beams from my eyes!!

I know it may seem like a joke, but I’m telling you because I don’t want to worry you unnecessarily. Recently, I’ve been suffering from severe astigmatism.

You see, things appear blurry to me.

This has been causing difficulties in my work, so I’ve been discussing it with the editor-in-chief since last year. They told me to go ahead and have the surgery!

I’ll work on improving my vision and come back! Please bear with me for a little while!

One Piece One Month Break

One Piece is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda. It has been serialized in Shueisha’s shonen manga magazine Weekly Shonen Jump since July 1997, with its individual chapters compiled into 105 tankobon volumes as of March 2023.

An anime television series produced by Toei Animation that premiered on Fuji TV in October 1999.

Since its premiere in Japan, over 1000 episodes have been aired, and later exported to various countries around the world. Additionally, Toei has developed fourteen animated feature films, one original video animation, and thirteen television specials.

The anime series was licensed by 4Kids Entertainment for an English-language release in North America in 2004 before the license was dropped and subsequently acquired by Funimation in 2007.

Source: Twitter