Bandai Visual has announced the launch of a new "Oppai" brand for all your classy One-Punch Man inspired attire needs. Planned for July 22nd release, there's an apron for all you S-Class homebodies (3,500), shirt for all you put-upon villains (4,000yen), oppai t-shirts in three colors (3,000yen), and the classic parka getting a re-issue (5,500yen). Get a look after the jump.
In 1986, a year after being turned on to manga thanks to Akira creator Katsuhiro Otomo's psychic horror Domu: A Child's Game, with funding from Shogakukan, Seiji Horibuchi founded Viz (then Communications, now Media). Yusuke Murata, artist on the One-Punch Man manga that Viz publishes, offered a look at one of the tributes being developed. Get a look after the jump.
One-Punch Man wraps up its home video release with its sixth and final volume on May 27th. Bonuses include OAD "The Murder Case that is Too Impossible," an audio CD with drama focused on S-Rank hero King (CV Hiroki Yasumot) and traditional ondo song dedicted to License-less Rider (Yuichi Nakamura) and a chance to buy tickets for a December cast event.
Saori Hayami's B-Class Rank 1 hero Blizzard of Hell finally gets some attention in a preview for "The Sisters Who Have Too Many Things Happening," the OVA set to ship with volume 5 of One-Punch Man on April 22nd. Get a look after the jump.
One-Punch Man volume 4 will feature episodes seven and eight, commentary on the latter by Makoto Furukawa's Saitama, Yūki Kaji's Sonic and Masaya Onosaka's Pri-Pri-Prisoner, mini-audio drama with Furukawa and Handsomely Masked Sweet Mask's Mamoru Miyano, Miyano on character song "Beautiful Hero" and OVA 4 "Bang, Who is Too Overbearing," written by series creator ONE. A preview of the OVA has now been posted.