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One-Punch Man, Vol. 10 Paperback – 3 Jan 2017
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Manga creator ONE began One-Punch Man as a webcomic, which quickly went viral, garnering over 10 million hits. In addition to One-Punch Man, ONE writes and draws the series Mob Psycho 100 and Makai no Ossan.
Yusuke Murata, a highly decorated and skilled artist best known for his work on Eyeshield 21, won the 122nd Hop Step Award (1995) for Partner and placed second in the 51st Akatsuka Award (1998) for Samui Hanashi.
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But this volume has 3 significant breaks in canon from the webcomic: allows Garo and Saitama to encounter one another before the big final battle, Saitama learns about the human monster threat and gets motivated to do something about it, Garo develops a rapport with a kid as he hunts heroes. That development with the kid is especially significant and I think it's an excellent addition. The passing encounter with Saitama is almost immediately ret conned and is just played for laughs, but it is there.
Great artwork by Murata. I have never bought a manga in my life and happy to start now.
It's amazing how a series that has an overpowered character that stops everyone with one punch can still be made to look genuinely vulnerable and helpless in other aspect of his life all the while attaching very compelling and interesting side characters to the story.
Oh and if it's your first time like me with manga, the books open on the opposite side. Follows Japanese convention of writing/reading.
One Punch Man Volume 10 is the 3rd volume to feature the new main villain Garo, the human monster, and is easily one of my favorites in the series already. This volume doesn't feature any action scenes featuring any main characters, but still keeps up the same intense pacing of all the others. ONE manages to humanize even the main antagonist, and delivers powerful messages about what real strength entails without being hamfisted or cheesy. Yusuke Murata's art is as vibrant and lively as ever, even in simple black and white images. The only gripe I have with Volume 10 is it's rather short, and the bonus chapters that develop side characters or the world of One Punch Man found in the end of each volume are a lot less interesting than the rest, but what is here is absolutely stunning.
Another excellently entertaining volume. The action has not let up, but since Saitama and Genos joined the Hero Association, character interactions and politics have been added to the mix, with always intriguing results. Saitama is unsophisticated enough that one is never quite sure just what he's going to do. Lots of fun. Tough to wait two months between new volumes!