Viz Media has now scheduled a home video release of One-Punch Man's first season. The 2015 Bones anime with its OVA bonus episodes is now available for pre-order ahead of an April 25th release. Get the details after the jump.
Children of the 80s might remember M.U.S.C.L.E. Those tiny rubber figures were the localized version of Kinnikuman, the tie-in to the long running super-hero wrestler series from Yudetamago (the manga started in Shonen Jump in 1979, before returning in Weekly Playboy). Banpresto's Crane King prize figure label will be presenting a throwback to that type of figure in a series of 4cm Heroes vs Villains mini-figures, hitting arcades on February 21st.
100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats, and a lot of art for the fans! Yusuke Murata, artist of the Jump version of the One-Punch Man manga, has spent the last couple of months going through a heroic regiment of sharing WIP pieces, design guides, sketch boards, bonus pieces, unfinished sketches and more on social media. Get a look after the jump.
Threezero, a designer figure maker who has recently been working with AMC on Walking Dead and Breaking Bad,and Bandai on Zoids, is now preparing to for an articulated figure (don't call him a doll) of saikyou hero Saitama. The 1/6 scale One-Punch Man figure goes on sale November 15th. More after the jump.
ONE, the creator whose viral hit web manga One-Punch Man got remade with Yuusuke Murata, then got adaptated into a hit anime series, and whose Mob Psycho 100 also got a pretty stellar anime adaptation, turned the big 3-0 today (yeah, real name unknown, but birthdate October 29, 1986). Join the celebration of the birthday of the boy from Kōnosu, Saitama after the jump.
He didn't offer much context beyond the obvious, but Yusuke Murata, artist of the Young/Shonen Jump version of the One-Punch Man manga seems to have had robots on his mind recently. One particularly neat way he expressed this was Tweeting a few sketches of Mega/Rock Man. Check out the results after the jump.
September 25th, One-Punch Man cast Makoto Furukawa, Kaito Ishikawa, Yuki Kaji, Aoi Yūki, and Saori Hayami, along with theme song performers JAM Project and Hiroko Moriguchi, reunited for a Fall Festival event. Sortly after fan reports on social media, the series' account jumped in to confirm that a second season of the TV anime adaptation of ONE and Yusuke Murata's web manga is being produced.
It's a big weekend for One-Punch Man as, on september 25th, cast Makoto Furukawa, Kaito Ishikawa, Yuki Kaji, Aoi Yūki, and Saori Hayami, along with theme song performers JAM Project and Hiroko Moriguchi, reunite for a Fall Festival event. Leading into that excitment, Good Smile Company has launched pre-orders for their Tornado of Terror Nendoroid. Get a look after the jump.
If you're wondering what it takes to voice a god, Viz Media has some insight into the process in an official cast announcement video for One-Punch Man. The video and corresponding blog post talk the audition process for Boros and new English dub cast members for the second half of the adaptation, respectively, so let's see how dub producer Dave Casipit made the pick after the jump.