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One-Punch Man


Cover of the get-go
manga
accommodation volume past
Yusuke Murata, featuring
Saitama




ワンパンマン




(
Wanpanman
)
Genre
Manga

Web manga
Written past I
Published by Self-published
Original run 2009
– nowadays
Manga

Remake
Written by 1
Illustrated by Yusuke Murata
Published by Shueisha
English publisher
Imprint Jump Comics
Magazine Tonari no Young Spring
English magazine

Demographic
Seinen
Original run June 14, 2012
– present
Volumes 24
(List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed by
Produced by
  • Chinatsu Matsui
  • Nobuyuki Hosoya
  • Keita Kodama (season one)
  • Ayuri Taguchi (season 1)
  • Sōta Satō (season 2)
Written by Tomohiro Suzuki
Music by Makoto Miyazaki
Studio
Licensed by
Original network TV Tokyo
English language network
Original run
October v, 2015



July ii, 2019
Episodes 24 + 13 OVAs
(Listing of episodes)
Original blitheness DVD
One-Punch Human being: Road to Hero
Directed past Shingo Natsume
Produced by
  • Chinatsu Matsui
  • Nobuyuki Hosoya
  • Keita Kodama
  • Ayuri Taguchi
Written past Tomohiro Suzuki
Music past Makoto Miyazaki
Studio Madhouse
Released December 4, 2015
Runtime 24 minutes


One-Punch Man


(Japanese:
ワンパンマン,
Hepburn:

Wanpanman
)

is a Japanese
superhero
franchise created by the artist
1. Information technology tells the story of
Saitama, a
superhero
who can defeat whatever opponent with a single punch simply seeks to find a worthy opponent afterward growing bored by a lack of challenge due to his overwhelming strength. ONE wrote the original
webcomic
version in early 2009.

A digital
manga
remake began publication on
Shueisha‘s

Tonari no Young Jump

website in June 2012. The manga is illustrated by
Yusuke Murata, and its chapters are periodically compiled and published into individual

tankōbon

volumes. As of December 2021
[update]
, 24 volumes have been released. In North America,
Viz Media
has licensed the remake manga for English language language release and was serialized in its

Weekly Shonen Spring

digital magazine.

An
anime
adaptation of the manga, produced by
Madhouse, was broadcast in Nihon from October to December 2015. A second season, produced by
J.C.Staff, was circulate from April to July 2019. The anime series is licensed in Due north America by Viz Media, and premiered in the The states on
Developed Swim‘s
Toonami
programming block in July 2016. The second season premiered in October 2019.

Equally of June 2012, the original webcomic surpassed 7.9 meg hits. As of April 2020, the manga remake had sold over xxx one thousand thousand copies worldwide, making information technology one of the
best-selling manga series.

Plot

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On a
supercontinent
Earth, powerful monsters and villains wreak havoc in the cities. In response, the millionaire Agoni creates the
Hero Association, which employs superheroes to fight evil.
Saitama, an unassociated hero, hails from Metropolis Z and performs heroic deeds equally a hobby. He has trained himself to the bespeak of being able to defeat any enemy with a single punch, simply his unmatched strength has left him with an overwhelming sense of boredom. Saitama becomes a reluctant mentor to
Genos, a cyborg seeking revenge against another cyborg who killed his family unit and destroyed his hometown, after saving him from a monster. Saitama and Genos bring together the Hero Association in hopes of attaining notability, but due to scoring low on the written entry exam, Saitama is placed at a low-entry rank, and his feats remain unnoticed by the public despite saving people from ii jumbo disasters fifty-fifty after registration.

When the Hero Association calls all the top heroes to a meeting because the seer
Shibabawa
predicted the world was in danger before dying, an alien named Boros invades the planet. The heroes kill the alien forces and destroy Boros’s ship; Saitama slays him in single combat, with him notoriously taking multiple punches to kill. In the backwash, Saitama meets heroes like the
martial artist
Blindside
and
esper
Blizzard. Monsters begin appearing at a growing rate while the rogue martial artist
Garo, Bang’southward erstwhile apprentice and self-dubbed “Hero Hunter,” begins terrorizing heroes due to holding a grudge confronting everything “heroic” from childhood bullying.

The monster influx is revealed to be the doing of the
Monster Association, an organization composed of monsters intent on destroying the Hero Association located under City Z. They attack diverse cities, kidnap a Hero Clan executive’south child, and recruit fighters by offering them “monster cells” that cause humans to mutate into monsters with extraordinary abilities when eaten. Garo bonds with a child who idolizes heroes as he hunts down more and more heroes, his combat prowess slowly ascent. The Monster Association attempts to recruit him and kidnaps the kid when Garo refuses, leading him to storm the Monster Association headquarters trying to rescue the child, ultimately being captured. The Hero Association assaults the headquarters to rescue the captive children and a cluttered battle ensues, destroying City Z. Almost every monster is slain in battle, with Blizzard capturing Psykos, her childhood friend and the mastermind of the organization. Saitama meets the extremely powerful hero
Smash
during the raid when he arrives to collect artifacts, who warns him of a threat but known as “God.” Many of the heroes are heavily injured when Garo emerges, having mutated into an immensely powerful monster. He effortlessly defeats the remaining heroes when Saitama arrives and confronts him, managing to destroy his monster mutation and revert him to a human being subsequently a brutal battle. Despite the objections of the other heroes, Saitama spares Garo and lets him flee after his befriended child stops them.

In the aftermath of the battle, the Hero Association’s poor performance leads to public stance of them plummeting. Several heroes and officials decide to retire or defect to the Neo Heroes, a burgeoning rival group that appears to be more effective in handling the growing monster threats with its larger membership and the leadership of the hero Bluish, who claims to exist the son of the
Blast.

Production

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ONE
began the original
webcomic
of
One-Punch Man
in 2009.
[v]


[6]

The Japanese shortened name
Wanpanman
is a play on the long-running children’south character

Anpanman
,
[7]

wanpan
being a wrinkle of
wanpanchi
(“1 punch”).
[8]

ONE became interested in creating a comic superhero who was already the strongest in the world.
[6]


[ix]

He wanted to focus on different aspects of storytelling than those normally relied on in standard superhero stories, such as everyday problems. ONE said: “Punching is often pretty useless against life’south problems. But inside
One-Punch Human being
s universe, I fabricated Saitama a sort of guy who was capable of adapting his life to the world that surrounded him, but armed with his immense ability. The simply obstacles he faces are mundane things, like running short of money.”
[nine]

ONE has taken several breaks from updating the webcomic. In Feb 2010, he put the series on hiatus, deciding to take a one-twelvemonth break due to family unit circumstances.
[x]

After releasing the 109th chapter in January 2017, ONE took a two-twelvemonth break, releasing the following chapter in April 2019.
[11]

When Ane returned to drawing in 2011, he was contacted past artist
Yusuke Murata
about a possible partnership in which Murata would redraw the webcomic for ONE. Murata had been an enormous fan of
Ane-Punch Human being
and was sick at the time.
[12]

Fearing he was going to dice, he contacted ONE. Looking back, he said, “Around that time, I was actually really sick. I broke out in
hives, my inner organs were infected, and I couldn’t breathe well with my windpipes [
sic
] swelling. I was in the hospital when I thought, ‘Ah, I guess people die just like that.’ If I’grand going to die, I want to do something I really love to exercise. I want to draw manga with Mr. One. That’s what I thought.”
[12]

Murata, already a successful manga artist, used his connections in the industry to get a publishing deal with

Weekly Young Jump

comics.
[12]

The manga became a
digital
publication on
Weekly Young Leap
‘due south
spin-off
manga
website
Tonari no Immature Spring

(
となりのヤングジャンプ
,

Tonari no Yangu Janpu
)
, published by
Shueisha.
[seven]


[six]


[13]

Media

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Webcomic

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The webcomic version of
One-Punch Man
was created by
I
in 2009.
[5]

He
self-published
the series on the Japanese
manga
website Nitosha.internet. As of August 2021
[update]
, the webcomic has 141 chapters.
[14]

Manga

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The manga remake of
One-Punch Human being
is illustrated by
Yusuke Murata. It has been published on
Shueisha‘s
Tonari no Young Jump
website since June 14, 2012.
[13]

The capacity are periodically nerveless and published in

tankōbon

volumes. The first book was published on Dec 12, 2012.
[15]

A
radio drama
CD was bundled with the ninth book released in August 2015.
[16]

As of December iii, 2021, twenty-four volumes have been published.
[17]

In Northward America, the series began publication in
Viz Media‘due south

Weekly Shonen Jump

(Shonen Leap Alpha
at the time) on January 21, 2013.
[xviii]

The first
east-book
was released in February 2014.
[nineteen]

In June 2014,
1-Punch Human
was i of a number of series that Viz made bachelor on the
digital distribution
platform
ComiXology.
[20]

The manga has been released in print in North America since September 2015.
[21]

Anime

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An
anime
accommodation was announced in the 15th issue of
Weekly Immature Jump
on March 10, 2015.
[22]

The offset season was directed by
Shingo Natsume
at
Madhouse
animation studio and written by Tomohiro Suzuki.
[23]

The series features character designs past Chikashi Kubota, who also served as principal blitheness director.
[24]

The music was by Makoto Miyazaki, with fine art design by Shigemi Ikeda and Yukiko Maruyama. Ken Hashimoto served as the color key creative person, Akane Fushihara served as the
director of photography, Kashiko Kimura served as the serial editor, and Shoji Hata did sound design.
[24]

I-Dial Man
due south get-go flavor ran for 12 episodes. Information technology aired in Nippon from October five to December 21, 2015,
[25]

on
TV Tokyo. It aired later on
Television Osaka
(TVO),
TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting
(TVQ),
Kyoto Dissemination System
(KBS),
BS Nippon, and
AT-X.
[24]


[26]

The season
streamed
on
Niconico
and was
simulcast
on
Hulu,
Daisuki, and
Viz Media‘south
Neon Alley
service.
[27]

A
preview screening
of the commencement two episodes was held at the
Saitama City
Cultural Center on September 6, 2015.
[27]


[28]

The opening theme song is “The Hero!! ~Ikareru Ken ni Honō o Tsukero~”
(
THE HERO!! ~怒れる拳に火をつけろ~
, “The Hero!! Set Burn down to the Furious Fist”)

by
JAM Projection, and the closing theme is “Hoshi Yori Saki ni Mitsukete Ageru”
(
星より先に見つけてあげる
, “I’ll Find It Before the Stars for You”)

past
Hiroko Moriguchi.
[24]

An
original video animation
(OVA) was released with the tenth manga volume on December iv, 2015.
[29]

Additional OVA episodes are included with Blu-ray Disc/DVD volumes of the season, the first of which was released on December 24, 2015.
[30]


[31]


[32]

The series is licensed by
Viz Media
in N America, Latin America, and Oceania.
[33]


[34]

Viz Media announced they were working on an English-language dub of
One-Punch Man
at Anime Boston 2016.
[35]

On July ane, 2016, it was announced during
Toonami‘south
Anime Expo
panel that the serial would begin airing on July 17, 2016.
[36]


[a]

The series has been also licensed by
Viz Media Europe
in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
[34]

Kaze UK
and
Manga Entertainment
handle the distribution of the serial in the United Kingdom.
[38]

Madman Amusement
handles distribution in Australia and New Zealand, and also simulcast the series on
AnimeLab.
[39]

A second season was confirmed in September 2016.
[40]

On September 25, 2017, information technology was announced that
1-Punch Man
would be irresolute both its product visitor and director.
[41]

The second flavour was blithe by
J.C.Staff, with Chikara Sakurai replacing Shingo Natsume as managing director and Yoshikazu Iwanami replacing Shoji Hata equally sound managing director. Tomohiro Suzuki, Chikashi Kubota, and Makoto Miyazaki reprised their roles as series composer, character designer, and music composer, respectively.
[41]

The opening theme song is “Uncrowned Greatest Hero”
(
静寂のアポストル
,

Seijaku no Campaigner
,
lit.
“Placidity Apostle”)

by JAM Projection, and the closing theme is “Chizu ga Nakutemo Modoru kara”
(
地図が無くても戻るから
,
lit.
“Even Without a Map, I’ll Return”)

past
Makoto Furukawa.
[42]


[43]


[44]

The 2nd season aired from Apr 9 to July 2, 2019, and a boob tube special aired on April 2, 2019.
[45]


[43]

A x-minute OVA was bundled with the second season’s first Blu-ray Disc/DVD book on October 25, 2019.
[46]


[47]

2 more than OVAs were arranged with the 2d season’due south second and tertiary Blu-ray Disc/DVD volume on November 26 and December 25, 2019, respectively.
[48]


[49]

Another OVA was arranged with the second flavor’s fourth Blu-ray Disc/DVD volume on January 28, 2020.
[50]

The 5th OVA was bundled with the second season’s 5th Blu-ray Disc/DVD volume on February 27, 2020.
[51]

The second season was simulcast on Hulu in the US,
[43]

on
Tubi
in Canada,
[52]

on AnimeLab in Commonwealth of australia and New Zealand
[53]

and on
Crunchyroll
in Europe.
[54]

The 2nd season premiered on Toonami on October 12, 2019.
[55]

Video games

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On June 25, 2019,

One-Dial Man: A Hero Nobody Knows

was announced for the
PlayStation four,
Xbox One, and
PC. Information technology was released in Japan on Feb 27, 2020, and worldwide on February 28, 2020
[56]

On August 22, 2019, a mobile game titled
Ane Dial Man: Route to Hero
was released for
iOS
and
Android.
[57]

Flick accommodation

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On April 21, 2020,
Sony‘s
Columbia Pictures
announced that a live-action picture adaptation was in evolution.
Scott Rosenberg
and
Jeff Pinkner
are signed on as writers, while
Avi Arad
will produce.
[58]

Reception

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Webcomic

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The webcomic was considered an instant success soon after its inception, receiving thousands of views and comments within weeks.
[59]

Information technology received 7.ix million hits by June 2012.
[thirteen]

Co-ordinate to Ane, by the fourth dimension he had written the fifth chapter, he was receiving 30 comments per update. (On Nitosha.cyberspace, a serial was considered “popular” if it consistently received at to the lowest degree 30 comments.) The number of comments gradually increased, and by the time ONE had published the 30th chapter, he was receiving near 1000 comments per update.
[10]


[59]

Manga

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I-Dial Man
was i of the Manga Division’s Jury Recommended Works at the 17th and 18th installments of
Japan Media Arts Festival
in 2013 and 2014, respectively.
[60]


[61]

The series was 1 of ten nominated for the seventh annual
Manga Taishō
Awards in 2014.
[62]

It was nominated for an
Eisner Honor
in 2015,
[three]


[63]


[64]

and a
Harvey Accolade
in 2016.
[65]

The manga won the

Sugoi Japan Honor
,
[66]

and the Spanish
Manga Barcelona
award for the seinen category in 2017.
[67]

1-Punch Man
was the 9th acknowledged manga of 2016, with over three.nine meg copies sold.
[68]

It was the 8th acknowledged manga of 2017, with over iii.2 million copies sold.
[69]

The manga had two.2 meg copies in print in Nov 2013. Every bit of July 2017, the manga had 13 million copies in impress;
[lxx]

by July 2019, this had grown to 20 million copies in impress.
[71]

Every bit of Apr 2020, the series has sold over 30 one thousand thousand copies worldwide.
[72]

Once released in the United States, both the first and second volumes debuted on the

New York Times
Manga Best Sellers list
, in kickoff and second place respectively, and remained at that place for two weeks.
[73]

Volume i dropped to 2nd place for the tertiary week, while volume ii vicious off the listing altogether.
[73]

In July 2019, the get-go volume of the serial had been on the list for 71 weeks.
[74]

Anime

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The first flavour of the anime received disquisitional acclaim, receiving praise for its uniqueness, animation, humor, characters and fight scenes. It holds an approval rating of 100% on
Rotten Tomatoes
based on 12 reviews, with the site’south critics’ consensus reading: “With its state-of-the-art animation, unorthodox hero, and gut-bustlingly funny jabs at the shounen genre,
One-Punch Man
is simply a knockout.”
[75]

The second season received mixed reviews. Although the humour, characters, and story were even so praised, reviewers unanimously criticized the drop in the quality of the animation post-obit the alter of studios. The direction, pacing, and fights were as well criticized, as was the concluding episode for feeling similar an improper flavour finale.
[76]


Screen Rant

noted that fan reaction to the flavor was divided, with their response to the new animation being notably negative.
[77]


[78]

They criticized the driblet of quality in animation as well as the change of director, saying “One-Punch Homo
was previously crisp, detailed and fluid, just many fans claim that the latest flavour has felt static, bland and uninspiring. This is most certainly down to a alter in manager. [The series] has gone from the superlative of TV anime visuals to looking like only another weekly series.” However, they believed the season “improves in terms of story, grapheme and world-building”, although they more often than not attribute this to the original manga rather than the series’ coiffure.
[78]

They were very critical of the season finale, noting how the anime could have adapted i or 2 extra manga capacity to offer a more than conclusive finale and build excitement toward a third season.
[77]


IGN

gave season two a five out of ten rating, calling it “mediocre”. Although they felt the sense of humor and characters were on par with the first flavour, they were very critical of the animation and pacing, maxim: “[the animation was] taking horrendous shortcuts to become the fights done and dusted in as simple a way as possible. Gone are the intricately detailed graphic symbol activeness shots, with dynamic slow motion and constantly-shifting camerawork. Instead, we accept flashes, cuts to black, and machine-gun punches all reminiscent of the drawn-out fight scenes of

Dragon Ball Z

from more than twenty years ago.” They concluded saying: “Season 2 of
I-Punch Man
is a half-baked jumble of poor and lazy animation that is far more concerned with staying relevant than existence crafted into something worthy of the season that came earlier information technology. If you’re only in it for the advancement of the plot, it’s all here. Merely it’south also all in the manga, and that looks an awful lot better than this season.”
[79]

See besides

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Explanatory notes

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  1. ^


    Developed Swim lists the series as premiering on July 16, 2016 at 12:00 a.m.
    ET/PT, which is effectively July 17.
    [37]

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