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One Punch Man Webcomic
One Punch Man Webcomic(Japanese: ワンパンマン, Hepburn: Wanpanman) is a Japanese superhero webcomic created by the artist One in mid-2009. It has a manga adaptation illustrated by Yusuke Murata, just as an anime adjustment.
Following its distribution, the webcomic rapidly went viral, outperforming 7.9 million hits in June 2012. One-Punch Man tells the story of Saitama, a superhero who can vanquish any opponent with a solitary punch yet tries to locate a commendable opponent subsequent to becoming exhausted by an absence of challenge in his battle against insidious.
The series' digital manga remake started distribution on Shueisha's Tonari no Young Jump website in 2012. The sections are intermittently gathered and printed into tankōbon volumes.
As of November 2019, 20 volumes have been discharged, 17 of which have been republished in English. Viz Media has authorized the redo for English serialization in its Weekly Shonen Jump digital magazine. Its English discharge got a designation for an Eisner Award in 2015 and a Harvey Award in 2016.
An anime television adjustment by Madhouse aired in Japan among October and December 2015. It was dubbed in English throughout the late spring of 2016, and soon thereafter an arranged second season was reported. On September 25, 2017, it was declared the creation organization and executive had changed.
The subsequent season was enlivened by J.C.Staff with Chikara Sakurai supplanting Shingo Natsume as chief and Yoshikazu Iwanami supplanting Shoji Hata as a sound executive. The subsequent season publicized among April and July 2019.
One began publishing One Punch Man Manga as a webcomic in 2009. As of April 2019, 117 webcomic parts have been released. After the arrangement got well known, having gotten 7.9 million hits by June 2012, Yusuke Murata contacted One with a proposition to redraw the comic for digital publication on Weekly Young Jump's spin-off manga website Tonari no Young Jump (となりのヤングジャンプ, Tonari no Yangu Janpu), distributed by Shueisha.
The first section was distributed on June 14, 2012. The parts are intermittently gathered and printed as tankōbon volumes—eighteen have been discharged as of December 4, 2018. A radio drama CD was packaged with the ninth volume discharged in August 2015.
The arrangement started production in Viz Media's Weekly Shonen Jump (Shonen Jump Alpha at the time) in North America on January 21, 2013. The first e-book was discharged in February 2014.
One-Punch Man was one of the various arrangements that Viz made accessible on the digital distribution platform ComiXology in June 2014. The manga was discharged in print in the United States starting in September 2015.
An anime adaptation was declared in the 15th issue of Weekly Young Jump on March 10, 2015. The arrangement's first season was coordinated by Shingo Natsume at Madhouse animation studio and composed by Tomohiro Suzuki. The arrangement likewise includes character plans by Chikashi Kubota, who additionally fills in as boss movement director.
The music is by Makoto Miyazaki with a workmanship structure by Shigemi Ikeda and Yukiko Maruyama. Ken Hashimoto fills in as the arrangement's shading key craftsman, Akane Fushihara is the director of photography, Kashiko Kimura fills in as the arrangement proofreader and Shoji Hata sounds design.
The opening signature melody is "The Hero!! ~Ikareru Ken ni Honō o Tsukero~" (THE HERO!! ～怒れる拳に火をつけろ～, "The Hero!! Put a match to the Furious Fist") by JAM Project; the end subject 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") by Hiroko Moriguchi.
One-Punch Man's first season disclosed in Japan from October 5, 2015, to December 21, 2015, on TV Tokyo. It publicized later on Television Osaka (TVO), TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting (TVQ), Kyoto Broadcasting System (KBS), BS Japan, and AT-X, and ran for 12 scenes. The season streamed on Niconico and was simulcast on Hulu, Daisuki, and Viz Media's Neon Alley service.
A preview screening of the initial two scenes was held at the Saitama City Cultural Center on September 6, 2015. The arrangement is authorized by Viz Media in North America, Latin America, and Oceania, and by Viz Media Europe in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Kaze UK and Manga Entertainment handle the dissemination of the arrangement in the United Kingdom.
Madman Entertainment handles appropriation in Australia and New Zealand, and furthermore simulcast the arrangement on AnimeLab. An original video animation (OVA) was discharged with the tenth manga volume on December 4, 2015.
Additional OVA scenes are incorporated with Blu-beam Disk and DVD volumes of the period, the first was discharged on December 24, 2015. Murata declared in the most recent long stretches of the primary season's communicated plan that he was dealing with making a second season a reality, yet had not affirmed it was being developed as of December 2015.
Viz Media reported they were taking a shot at an English-language name of One-Punch Man at Anime Boston 2016. On July 1 of that year, it was declared during Toonami's Anime Expo panel the arrangement would start airing on July 16, 2016.
A subsequent season was affirmed in September 2016. On September 25, 2017, it was declared that One-Punch Man would be changing the two its creation organization and director. The second season is enlivened by J.C.Staff with Chikara Sakurai supplanting Shingo Natsume as an executive and Yoshikazu Iwanami supplanting Shoji Hata as sound chief.
Tomohiro Suzuki, Chikashi Kubota, and Makoto Miyazaki repeated their jobs as arrangement authors, character originators, and music writers respectively. The opening signature melody is "Uncrowned Greatest Hero" (静寂のアポストル, Seijaku no Apostle, lit. "Quiet Apostle") by JAM Project, and the end subject 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") by Makoto Furukawa. The second season circulated from April 9, 2019, to July 2, 2019, while a TV exceptional publicized on April 2, 2019.
The second season is simulcast on Hulu in the US, on Tubi in Canada, on AnimeLab in Australia and New Zealand and on Crunchyroll in Europe. A 10-minute OVA was packaged with the second season's first Blu-beam Disk/DVD volume on October 25, 2019.
Two progressively 10-minute OVAs were packaged with the subsequent season's second and third Blu-beam Disk/DVD volume on November 26 and December 25, 2019, respectively.
Another 10-minute OVA was packaged with the second season's fourth Blu-beam Disk/DVD volume on January 28, 2020. The fifth OVA will be packaged with the second season's fifth Blu-beam Disk/DVD volume on February 27, 2020.