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10 Things From The One Piece Manga We're Glad Were Never Adapted

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There are some things about the One Piece manga that have, thankfully, never been adapted.

Change isn’t always good. However, in the case of the One Piece anime, change was necessary. Though the source material must be preserved to the extent that it retains the spirit of the original to reach a greater audience, fans should expect adjustments to be made. Sometimes, it can even be beneficial to the overall experience to make some slight tweaks or omissions.

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For fans interested in some of the more controversial aspects of Luffy and his friends’ characters, the manga will always be available to supplement the more lighthearted anime version. Instead of becoming hyper-critical of such changes, fans should embrace the possibility of a story they love and its creator gaining widespread notoriety, especially when the adaptions do little to take away from the original's tone.

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Buggy the Clown is an important recurring character throughout the series. From when Luffy meets him early on In the story, he is always a formidable foe and significant antagonist.

In the manga, Buggy’s merciless nature is highlighted when he orders one of his subordinates to be eliminated for making fun of his nose. In the anime, he is simply shown yelling at the perpetrator. Like many of the omissions from One Piece, this scene was merely a matter of toning down one of the more shocking aspects of the manga to reach a wider audience.

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