One Piece Staff Acknowledges & Clarifies Error In Zoro’s Bounty

His bounty was greatly reduced in the latest chapter of the manga.

The official twitter account of One Piece Staff, acknowledged that they had made a mistake in printing Zoro‘s bounty and put out a tweet revealing the correct number.

One Piece chapter 1058, which released on Aug 29, 2022, in issue #39 of Weekly Shonen Jump in Japan, revealed the bounties of all members of the Straw Hat Crew. However, there seemed to be a discrepancy in Zoro’s bounty when it came to the Japanese and English versions.

The Japanese version put the price on Zoro’s head as 1,111,000 berries, while the English version released by Viz stated the number to be 1,111,000,000 (over a billion berries).

The discrepancy has now been addressed by the staff, who said that Zoro’s bounty printed by Viz was correct. They apologized for the error and said that the error would be corrected in the subsequent prints of the series.

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Zoro currently has the second highest bounty in the Straw Hat crew behind Luffy, overtaking Sanji and Jinbei, two other characters whose bounties have crossed the one billion mark.

One Piece is a manga written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda. It began serializing in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump from July 22, 1997. As of Aug 29, 2022, the manga has 1058 chapters. It is currently in its final arc, with Oda having taken a one month break recently to prepare for it.

The 103rd volume of the manga was released on Aug 17, 2022.

One Piece was the best-selling manga for eleven consecutive years from 2008 to 2018 and is the only manga that had an initial print of volumes of above 3 million continuously for more than 10 years.

It is also the only manga that has achieved more than 1 million copies sold in all of its 100 published tankobon volumes.

Source: Twitter

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