"One-Punch Man" Manga Author Teases 100-Page Chapter

Yusuke Murata plans to challenge himself after nine-page chapter

Maybe he's joking, because frankly this sounds a bit suicidal. Chapter 29 of One-Punch Man hit Japan, and it's full of the decompressed, superlatively kinetic superhero action for which the manga has been widely praised. It's also only 9 pages.


It could be that the promo campaign celebrating the series' massive sales has artist Yusuke Murata feeling guilty, because he took to Twitter to apologize for the brevity and say he's going to challenge himself with a 100-page chapter next. 


from chapter 30


Billboard and masks from promo campaign


The series is included in Viz's Weekly Shonen Jump digital magazine.


Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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