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Mr. Wilson stomped upstairs, filled with anger and regret, He sat down and thought “ I wish I hadn’t put so much pressure on my son” I never should have put that much pressure on him just cause I couldn’t do those things when I was younger doesn’t mean I have to force him to do it. I’ve got to do something, anything to make this right for him.

Later that night Mr. Wilson approached his son and mother, he took a deep breath and apologized
“I am terribly sorry for my actions and feelings towards rob not making the rugby team, I only felt upset cause during my high school days I never had the chance to do the things you were able to do now, to be honest I was trying to make rob the kid I always dreamed to be”

At the age of 17, Oda submitted his work Wanted! and won several awards, including eighth place in the coveted Tezuka Award. That got him into a job at the Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine, where he originally worked as assistant to Shinobu Kaitani's seriesSuizan Police Gang before moving to Masaya Tokuhiro on Jungle King Tar-chan and Mizu no Tomodachi Kappaman,[1] which gave him an unexpected influence on his artistic style. At the age of 19, he began working as an assistant to Nobuhiro Watsuki on Rurouni Kenshin, before winning the Hop Step Award for new artists. Watsuki credits Oda for helping create the character Honjō Kamatariwho appears in Rurouni Kenshin.[4]
During this time, Oda drew two pirate-themed one-shot stories called "Romance Dawn", which were published in Akamaru Jump andWeekly Shōnen Jump respectively in late 1996.[5][6] "Romance Dawn" featured Monkey D. Luffy as the protagonist, who then became the protagonist of One Piece.
In 1997, One Piece began serialization in Weekly Shōnen Jump and has become not only one of the most popular manga in Japan, but the best-selling manga series of all...

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