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One Piece Creator Eiichiro Oda to Halt Copyright Temporarily to Help Fans

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One Piece Creator Eiichiro Oda to Halt Copyright Temporarily to Help Fans

One Piece Creator Eiichiro Oda to Halt Copyright Temporarily to Help Fans

One Piece Creator Eiichiro Oda to Halt Copyright Temporarily to Help Fans. This, according to reports by Comic Book. The news was shared by Eiichiro Oda himself on the popular social media app Line. The One Piece creator essentially will allow fans to draw, paint, and make art of One Piece characters and sell it on the Line social media app and earn 100% of the profits. They will not have to worry about copyright issues arising from this. 





Oda's statement is as follows: “Hey, did you hear? It’s OK for you to draw and sell your own One Piece character line stamps," the artist confirmed. “Of course all the money is yours to keep! Ordinarily, this is something you can’t do, because the copyright won’t allow it.”

If you are wondering why "Line" the answer is simple. Line is the biggest social media app in Japan and other Asian countries. So this move can be seen as Eiichiro Oda giving back to his Japanese fans, it can also be a partnership between the One Piece Franchise and Line. 

There is no news about it being only for Japanese, so if you live in the states or anywhere in this world and love painting or drawing One Piece characters then make sure you are on The Line app to take advantage of this opportunity.

This Copyright Halt is said to be for a year, so start drawing, painting, and creating your One Piece art and market it on The Line app.

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