Eiichiro Oda Approves Of Fan-Made One Piece Hentai

These days, nothing can be popular for long before someone turns it sexual. Porn parodies are funny to laugh at, but the principal behind the X-rated films is universal. If people are drawn to a story or character, they may be persuaded to bring that piece of pop culture into the bedroom. Just, don’t feel guilty if any of your fetishes concern One Piece. Creator Eiichiro Oda is totally cool with his character being put into ero-approved stories.

Over on Reddit, Oda’s comments about fan-made hentai regarding One Piece stirred up a conversation amongst fans. In one of the artist’s One Piece volumes, Oda did a written Q&A where he talked about Nami’s popularity. The heroine is one of the story’s primary female leads, and her growing bust has come to attract a fandom of its own.

“I feel that her [Nami’s] popularity has increased lately. Is it because she didn’t appear much? For me, seeing a character through perverted eyes is what probably makes me guilty,” Oda admitted.

Continuing, Oda then gave fans the all-clear to enjoy Nami and other sexy One Piecestars however they’d like.

“What I can say about all characters is that I don’t intended to do it at all. My master once told me the “manga world” is a product. Interfering with those who make use of it isn’t what a pro would do. I feel the same. Please interpret freely. Create delusional ideas. Simply enjoy how you like it. I’m happy by the people alone who read my work.”

So, if you have a thing for Sanji, there is no need to feel bad. The culinary pirate would be flattered to hear the lewd preference, and Oda does not care one bit.

Viz Media’s synopsis for One Piece can be read below:

As a child, Monkey D. Luffy dreamed of becoming King of the Pirates. But his life changed when he accidentally gained the power to stretch like rubber—at the cost of never being able to swim again! Years later, Luffy sets off in search of the One Piece, said to be the greatest treasure in the world…

ONE PIECE

Eiichiro Oda began his manga career in 1992 at the age of 17, when his one-shot cowboy manga Wanted! won second place in the coveted Tezuka manga awards. Oda went on to work as an assistant to some of the biggest manga artists in the industry, including Nobuhiro Watsuki, before winning the Hop Step Award for new artists. His pirate adventure One Piece, which debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 1997, quickly became one of the most popular manga in Japan.