One-Punch Man, Vol. 10
  • One-Punch Man, Vol. 10
  • One-Punch Man, Vol. 10
ISBN: 1421590158
EAN13: 9781421590158
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 3, 2017
Pages: 216
Dimensions: 0.87" H x 7.56" L x 5.2" W
Weight: 0.44 lbs.
Format: Paperback

One-Punch Man, Vol. 10

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   Original content
A lot of the stuff in this volume comes not from the webcomic. Actually, I'm pretty sure that all of it is new stuff. This volume features a lot of Garo actually hunting heros. You can think of it as a filler, but it is necessary to not run out of material. But this volume has 3 significant breaks in the canon allowing Garo and Saitama to encounter one another before the big final battle. Saitama learns about the human monster threat and is motivated to do something about it. Garo develops a relationship with a kid as he hunts heros. This development with the kid is particularly significant and I think it is an excellent addition. The passing encounter with Saitama is almost immediately retconned and is played for laughs only, but is there.
   Great as always
These books are always a good read. Amazing artwork as well as a great price on the kindle store. I got the first 10 and look forward to buying many more.
   This is one of my all time favorite manga/anime titles
This is one of my favorite mangaanime titles of all time. I finished the anime and am on book 5 of the manga and so far the story lines are spot on. Every volume leaves me laughing my butt off and eagerly waiting for the next to read.
   One-Punch Man: conquering required reading in my house!
Okay, I haven 't purchased these books, but I read volumes 1-10 for my 13-year-old son. And on my hunt for these books over the holidays I found out that there is quite a cult following with this. All I know is that my son has hunkered and read these books for HOURS!!! And is priceless for me.
OPM is certainly unique, as it throws most conventional anime tropes and turns them around. Murata's artwork is great by Georges Murata. I have never bought a manga in my life and am happy to start now. It is amazing how a series with an overpowered character that stops everyone with a punch can still be made to look genuinely vulnerable and helpless in another aspect of his life, while attaching very compelling and interesting side characters to the story. Follows the Japanese convention of writing reading.
   Continuing first-rate
Silverfang's superbly skilled and seriously warped ex-disciple is officially on the prowl hunting heroes. He catches Saitama's attention and One-Punch Man visits Mumen Rider and Tank Top Master at the hospital to gather intel, but is distracted by an upcoming martial arts tournament with a big cash prize. Metal Bat gets some center-stage time as a series of monsters appear to target officials of the Hero Association. And in a bonus episode, Miss Blizzard has not given up on adding Saitama to her roster of subordinates. The action has not ceased, 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 so unimagined that one is never quite sure what he is going to do. Lots of fun :
   Love the manga
Love the manga and even more love the anime. Unfortunately, it appears as though the pace of the story is approaching a grinding halt in comparison to what we've gotten so far. Hopefully they change it again soon.
   the series but...
No real arc of the story overall. Until now, I have loved the series. The art is always great : But most of the stories are never solved.
   Great Book. Keep it up VIZ!
A really good issue, probably even better than the last couple of books. My only complaint about VIZ is that you are putting too many bonus chapters in each volume. I prefer more chapters of the main plot than the bonus.