He calls himself Den Den Mushi Production on Instagram and has embarked on a more than honorable quest: to re-adapt the covers of the 102 volumes of One Piece, in a style straight from the covers of the Bleach volumes. Hypercharged with Eiichiro Oda, Den Den takes the perfect opposite and manages to offer simple, refined, and devilishly magnificent covers. When asked how Den Den works, the artist replies: “Usually, I take all the volumes of the arc, I think about the characters and the moments that marked me, then I define the characters that I would like to put ahead. I know paper manga very well so I visualize certain scenes in my head and try to find the right visual afterwards. Regarding the structure of the covers, it’s 90% feeling and 10% inspiration, it can be a video game cover, a movie poster or even an advertisement. “Its objective is, with the agreement of Glénat , to be able to market its covers, so that readers can customize their One Piece collections as they wish. Some of his fans (including me) also ask to be able to order posters, enough to decorate all the otaku living rooms in France in the best possible way. As a complete artist, Den Den Mushi produces all his boards from him, and even makes reels to show his creative process. The guy can do it all.