"One-Punch Man" Anime Offers Prizes Through Twitter Campaign

Japanese fans are asked to post pictures of them reacting to a punch from Saitama


The official Twitter feed of the One-Punch Man anime is offering prizes as a part of a special Twitter campaign in which Japanese fans are challenged to post pictures of themselves reacting to a punch from Saitama, the protagonist of the series who is capable of annihilating any monster or villain with just one punch.



To enter, participants merely have to follow the official One-Punch Man anime Twitter feed (@opm_anime) and then visit the contest website (available here) and use the special submission form to upload a picture of themselves taking a super-powered punch. As more people enter, the "disaster level" of the contest will rise, and additional prizes will be revealed.



Currently, the disaster level is set at "Wolf", and the 5th place prizes have been revealed: 20 participants will walk away with rubber strap keychains of Saitama. The contest runs until December 24, 2015, and the prize-winners will be determined by a lottery-style drawing after the photo entry phase concludes.


Source: Comic Natalie


Paul Chapman is the host of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast and GME! Anime Fun Time.

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