One Piece Creator Oda Draws Usopp At 40 And 60 Years Of Age

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Oda Draws Usopp at 40 And 60 Year Old

One Piece creator, Eiichiro Oda, is known for doing very informative, descriptive, and sometimes extremely funny SBS questions. With each volume, Oda answers a bunch of fans’ questions, which are always a joy to read. With Volume 94 just around the corner, some information on the SBS has leaked, and it seems Oda has drawn something interesting once again.

One Piece Creator Oda Draws Old Usopp

In the last few SBS’ Oda has been drawing the Strawhat Pirates as 40, and 60-year-olds. He’s drawn Luffy, Zoro, and Nami so far. Aside from the Strawhats, he’s also drawn Portgas D. Ace and Sabo. These drawings feature two versions; a normal one, and one in a future that went wrong.

With this volume’s SBS, Oda has revealed Usopp at 40 and 60 years of age, and it is quite something! Here, have a look at the Strawhat Pirates sharpshooter, the god with a bounty of 200 million berries for yourself:

Usopp One Piece Eiichiro Oda

To be fair, Usopp does look pretty good at age 40, and even 60 in the normal future. He has even picked a few battle scars along the way, indicating that he’s actually managed to become a brave warrior of the seas. In another future where things go wrong, Usopp doesn’t look that good. He’s fat and lost his teeth as well at just 40. At 60, he looks like an old and frail figure, but his smile does still look good, to be completely honest.

We’re sure nothing will go wrong with Usopp and his future. Hopefully, he does become a brave warrior of the seas and we get to see him return to Kaya as well.

Are you guys excited to see Oda draw more of the Strawhats in the future? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!

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