‘One Punch Man’ Artists Compare Styles on Fight Scene

One Punch Man has an interesting history. It began in 2009 as a self-published web manga by ONE and become notable for its rough art, but a compelling parody of shounen tropes.

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ONE’s original art.

In 2012, Shueisha asked ONE if they could remake the series, but this time with Yusuke Murata drawing the story.

Both One Punch Man stories are on-going and follow the same storyline. Murata’s version lags behinds ONE so the remake won’t overtake the original.

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Murata’s updated art.

This past week, Murata adapted a thrilling fight chapter staring Garou taking on a team of heroes. Murata shared some of his work on Twitter, with ONE sharing his version of the same fight.

 

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Murata’s fight has more detail and is more dynamic, but ONE’s simplicity has its own charm as he gives you just enough information to know what’s going on.

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