Netflix revealed the image of a messenger snail in live-action One Piece, causing fans to argue
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Netflix revealed the image of a messenger snail in live-action One Piece, causing fans to argue

The live-action adaptation of One Piece has been in production for nearly seven years, and is now just a week away from its official release on Netflix.

Netflix’s official Twitter account (now known as X) has revealed the first look at the Messenger Snail (also known as Den Den Mushi) from the live-action┬áseries One Piece .

Den Den Mushi is a unique type of snail in the One Piece world created by Eiichiro Oda.

They come in many different shapes and sizes, and each snail’s appearance often reflects its specific function.

These snails work by imitating the speaker’s facial expressions and voice on one end and transmitting them to the receiver on the other end.

Netflix revealed the image of a messenger snail in live-action One Piece, causing fans to argue

Looking at the image above, you can see that the snail’s skin in the live-action movie has a very realistic texture, which is not the case in the anime.

It’s possible that the One Piece live-action series will take some creative liberties, even introducing new personalities to the snails.

Of course, there is still a group of fans who absolutely love this design and are eagerly looking forward to seeing the snails in action.

Another fan expressed excitement, writing: `I’m so excited to see how they change the appearance of the messenger snails to match the person calling. I always find it funny

Netflix revealed the image of a messenger snail in live-action One Piece, causing fans to argue

It is known that the creators of the live-action series One Piece have released the first six episodes for some critics to preview, initial reviews of the film are quite positive.

Furthermore, Eiichiro Oda – author of the One Piece series is heavily involved in the live-action adaptation.

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