The remarkable artwork immediately grabs one’s attention when discussing the One Punch Man manga. The quality of the art is so impressive that some fans speculate it must have been digitally created.
Yusuke Murata, the artist behind these stunning illustrations, has won the admiration of countless One Punch Man fans. Responding to fans’ requests, Murata began live streaming his One Punch Man manga drawing sessions on YouTube.
However, Murata stopped these live streams three years ago. Given his workload, it’s understandable that he might not want the distraction of live streaming. He has also recently hinted at taking a lengthy break from drawing.
Yet, on May 26, One Punch Man fans received an unexpected notification: Murata was live on YouTube, drawing One Punch Man panels.
If you missed the stream, don’t worry. You can still catch it on his YouTube channel. Plus, if you’d like to be notified about future live streams, there are some scheduled on his channel. Just enable notifications to be alerted for his next stream.
One Punch Man webcomic recently made a return after a few years of Hiatus, and the manga series has been going strong. One Punch Man anime season 3 was announced almost ten months ago; however, there is still no confirmation on which studio will be animating the series.
After a multi-year hiatus, the One Punch Man webcomic has made a return and the manga series continues to thrive. Although the third season of One Punch Man anime was announced nearly ten months ago, there’s yet to be a confirmation on the studio handling its animation.
The first season of the One Punch Man anime was produced by Madhouse Studio, and the second season was brought to life by J.C. Staff. The series is available for viewing on Crunchyroll, which provides the following description of the series:
Saitama started out being a hero just for fun. After three years of “special” training, he became so powerful that he can defeat opponents with a single punch. Now, alongside Genos, his faithful cyborg disciple, Saitama is ready to begin his official duties as a professional hero working with the Hero Association.
However, the frequency of monster appearances is surging and it increasingly appears as if the Great Seer Madame Shibabawa’s prediction about the Earth’s doom is coming true. In the midst of this crisis, the “hero hunter” Garou makes his own appearance.