ONE-MAN PUNCH PLOT
On a supercontinent Earth, powerful monsters and villains have been wreaking havoc in the cities. In response, the millionaire Agoni creates the Hero Association, which employs superheroes to fight evil. Saitama, an unassociated hero, hails from City Z and performs heroic deeds for his own amusement. He has trained himself to the point where he can effortlessly defeat any opponent with a single punch, becoming bored with his own omnipotence.
Saitama encounters various superheroes, friends, villains, and monsters. He reluctantly becomes a mentor to Genos, a cyborg who moves in with him and is seeking revenge against another cyborg who killed his entire family and hometown. Saitama and Genos join the Hero Association. Saitama performs many feats that go mostly unnoticed and unappreciated by the public due to his low-entry rank.
Before she dies, the seer Shibabawa has a vision that the world is in danger. The Hero Association calls all the top heroes to a meeting, begging them to protect the world. Immediately after the meeting, an alien named Boros invades the planet. The heroes fight the invaders outside Boros’s ship, while Saitama boards the ship, finds Boros, and defeats him.
Saitama gradually begins to meet other superheroes, such as the martial artist Bang, the esper Fubuki, and King, a hero considered the strongest man on Earth but is actually a fraud quietly taking credit for Saitama’s deeds. Growing increasingly aware of the rising rate of monster appearances, the Hero Association tries to recruit more heroes and even begins recruiting villains. When Hero Association executive Sitch tries to do so, Bang’s former apprentice Garo begins beating heroes left and right. Garo’s ruthlessness earns him the title “Hero Hunter”.
Saitama enters a martial arts tournament disguised as Charanko, a disciple of Bang. During the tournament, the Monster Association attacks various cities, kidnaps the child of one of the Hero Association’s executives, and recruits fighters by offering them “monster cells” that mutate them into monsters with extraordinary abilities. The Hero Association attempts to rescue the child by attacking the Monster Association headquarters in City Z; in the chaos that follows, both sides take heavy casualties, and Saitama’s apartment (along with much of City Z) is destroyed. Garo suddenly emerges from the rubble and incapacitates almost all the remaining combatants, before Saitama in turn arrives and defeats him. Despite the objections of the other surviving heroes, Saitama and Bang decide to spare Garo’s life, letting him flee the battlefield for parts unknown.
In the aftermath of the fight and its resulting destruction, the Hero Association’s incompetence results in overwhelmingly negative public opinion regarding the organization. Several heroes and officials decide to retire or defect to the Neo Heroes, a burgeoning rival group that appears to be more effective in handling the growing monster threats with its larger membership and the leadership of the hero Blue, who claims to be the son of the long-missing Blast.
One Punch Man has recently received a beautiful MANGA ARTWORK
We are being introduced to the world of Saitama where the superhero that joined him had some extra mandate to combating aliens from another planet to defeat and destroy the world.
Today the Manga artwork is out and below we have included the one gotten from a twitter user with a handle name @SS6Xin
GOD LEVEL pic.twitter.com/H50bxgZU7Z
— Makankōsappō (@ss6xin) May 28, 2020
Yusuke Murata is a god level artist unmatched in many ways and no one can tell me otherwise pic.twitter.com/VtZm4UddgL
— Ken Xyro | ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ (@KenXyro) May 28, 2020
Below is a video of One Punch Man Manga Artwork.
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