What was the overall best OPM chapter and why is it the creation of S class one ? ONE's narration in it was brilliant.
>Watchdogman's only real fighting screentime is in this chapter
This chapter is going to be great after being redrawn by Murata. Then again, could say the same for any other of the MA.
This page looks genuinely great for ONE's standards.
Still wonder how Murata will deal with Black Sperm's anatomy/proportions.
A lot of pages in MA arc did look genuinely great. "ONE's standards" or not.
The extra content right before the MA is kind of frustating but can't say I'm not hyped as well for Elder centipede vs Metal Knight and some MB+watchdogman screentime.
Yeah, he really went all out for this arc and we can feel he improved a lot compared to the older ones who were really just quick sketchs in the end. Well, he began doing Mob Psycho so it's understandable he got better as he had to be more serious about his drawings.
You really can taste the despair of the situation in this chapter.
And then Tats goes full fuck it and destroy everything
I'd argue that even without the monstrous strength he's presumed to have, he's worthy of S-class. His superpower is intimidation. Few monsters would dare attack him, nor anywhere he's stationed - as seen in MA arc, almost all sentient monsters are aware of his reputation. In other words, by preventing monster attacks with his presence, he is in fact winning battles before they're even fought. No collateral damage, no casualties. Attacks just don't materialise in the first place, and everybody's safer for it.
He's certainly more worthy than Pri-Pri-Jobber who can't even beat high-Demon threats.
Pri Pri was pretty competent in the MA arc as a support and he's definitly much above the A class.
But yes, King's bluff is a pretty strong weapon.
> tfw Murata will even make Psykos' dummy sexy as fuck
Maybe is his motivation right now
>never see this animated
It's worded a bit poorly but I think it basically means "they've already contacted a threat to humanity (Boros) but as long as Saitama is quiet about his achievements, they won't know that they can handle them."
I wonder how strong Fubuki is compared to the MOB cast.
I mean Tats is pretty much confirmed to be stronger than anyone there except maybe ???% and President.
But Fubuki hasn't done anything too impressive.
Totally Esp Sisters, damn Saitama 2 chicks like that are not an everyday thing.
>Waiting the ship to came true
>Remembers One hasn't upload
>searchs 'One Hurricane'
>waiting for a ship in OPM
keep waiting anon
Only ship I would accept, but it's still shit and pointless
Garou kept transforming into more monstrous forms when he realized he couldn't even scratch Saitama, but he didn't realize it made him weaker every time since he half assed breaking his limiter (at least compared to how Saitama did it). He was playing the monster when his heart really was set on being the hero in his own roundabout way, which put limits on his ability again
From Muratas twitter, a little sneak preview of what will be covered in extra chapter centered on Tats.
He would probably be a villain that gives no fucks about what goes around him
He would sit at his evil cove all day long watching TV and reading manga, occasionally leaving to perform his hobby, being a villain then coming back for the rest of the week
Until he met genos fighting with Mosquito Woman, a hero
Then he would slap mosquito woman and genos would ask to be saitama's apprentice
Then the story repeats itself
Comic book villains are inherently proactive, while the heroes are inherently reactive. It's fine for hero Saitama to lounge around all day until there's a threat to vanquish, but it makes no sense for a supervillain.
I think evil saitama, being the atrongest being that could probably destroy the planet if he wanted to, for him world destruction and shit would have no excitement at all
He would probably enjoy more being a small time villiain, like that bald bastard drawing oppais with graffiti, taking too much time in the register, standing still at the doors of stores and stuff like that
It would go well with the "villiain for a hobby" setup
Another doujin got announced, though it seems like it will be released at the end of this year or something.
> Fubuki having sex with a futa
> could have been Tats, Lily, Psykos or even Mosquito girl
> Nope, it's an original random demon character
Wait, why the fuck.
Cowtits aren't really the main problem, but the art is indeed not really attractive, Fubuki looks like she got 10-20 years older. What the hell with people trying to make look more like a MILF.
Only a few artists/pictures can't manage to properly draw the clothes of Fubuki/Tats, Murata put the level way too high with them.
not really, there seems to be a guy participating but he looks like the usual faceless dude, and the futa is nothing special, just a normal dick on a chick with tiny horns.
Do you think they gonna hint shibabawa or boros in the next episode?
Its pretty much confirmed that
First part will be genos vs seaking then licenceless rider sad shit and saitama appearing
Second part will be saitama getting hate mails, promotion and licenceless rider goatness
Will they fit a dieing shibabawa at the post-credits?
> check the last pics
> this one just came out and is already at more than 30 bookmarks
> holy shit, must be hella good
> shit face, shit body
What the fuck, I thought Pixiv had better standards than this.
I think it's pretty obvious they'll add Shibabawa, for the simple fact that how it went with the chapters. Gotta build the hype for the last Anime arc.
Though in that case, the scene was between Sea King's death and the Class B chapter. They'll probably move it after the latter.
Everyone here keeps repeating the sequel is garbage, so no, you don't have some kind of unique opinion.
Reminder we're getting exactly the same thing with Tats for the third volume.
Boros is dead, get over him.
> And we're not because the artist commented that her hair was too hard to draw.
You're late. Seems like he simply meant the Tats part will be for the next comiket.
And oh, fuck, just checked his twitter and he posted another preview, seems like we're getting some monster rape after all.
> it's an original one
I don't get it.
I'll give him that, author is good at making retarded/annoying/punchables faces.
Which is pretty much the last thing I would want in a porn doujin. How the fuck am I supposed to fap to this.
Well in that field of work it's pretty much a given to have your shit turned into porn, so people just don't give a fuck.
The only exception I know is the retarded lead writer of Bioshock infinite who was concidering Elizabeth like a daughter or some shit, and seeing porn of her made him sad.
And simple faced Tats with the curvy body is surprisingly hot.
Ever notice how he never kills humans but every single monster he meets he punches to death (Evil Mineral Water excluded)?
Garou didn't get killed since he's not actually a monster - he's just a guy pretending to be one.
Comic book morality, basically (or the idealized theme-park version of it). It's fine to slaughter monsters, but heroes don't kill humans.
He dine-and-dashed and ripped off that flamethrower guys' arm (he's still missing it in one of the later post-Garou chapters), but yeah that's pretty much it beyond the general roughhousing and beating people up.
>mfw GenosxBaldy doujins came first than any other Fubushit doujin
He became a monster and killed thousand of people.
Don't forget lots of monsters are human to begin with. What is important is that they leave their humanity and become monsters, and at this point "killing them is fine".
>Murata has a secret stash of fubuki porn we'll never see
Sonic would have had the advantage, but considering how much of a asspull Garou is he would probably have won in the end. There was a large gap between him and darkshine at the beginning of their fight and yet in the end he still won.
They looked pretty even when they fought.
Because others were monster would and were killing everyone they could
Garou was soft on everyone right from the start and never made a killing blow
The first time awakened garou punched saitama he depowered it so that a normal person could take it without dying, maybe at that moment saitama knew garou wasnt a monster i.e. he isnt going to kill anyone
>I wonder how strong Fubuki is compared to the MOB cast.
Probably wastes too much energy on growing and maintaining a bigger body.
In addition to consuming Energy with useless feelings.
I'm talking about the guy from the "let's invite the criminals to help fight the disaster" meeting. The guy with the flamethrower tube up his sleeve - Blue Flame, I think it was? I guess he might have been a cyborg, but I didn't notice that if so.
He shows up in the background of one of the later ONE chapters with the HA HQ, with one of his shirt arms dangling a bit.
Recognition wasn't one of his concern at the time, he simply fucked shit up and left, leaving King to get all the credit.
There's also the part where really tough monsters are still isn't shit against Saitama, so he doesn't really recognize them as strong or worth mentioning to the association, leaving other heroes get the credit for it, like that one thing in the chapter where they're showing how broke he is.
Probably on Ochimusha levels. Well maybe he's stronger but yeah they should be in similar tiers.
>I'm talking about the guy from the "let's invite the criminals to help fight the disaster" meeting. The guy with the flamethrower tube up his sleeve - Blue Flame, I think it was? I guess he might have been a cyborg, but I didn't notice that if so.
Keep in mind that out of all the heroes he fought, Blue Flame was one of the few who tried to kill him outright, and in fact had already killed two other people next to him.
Garou didn't know it was a flame-thrower at the time and ripped his arm off because he assumed it was fire coming out of his hands. Still, it wasn't lethal. And Blue Fire was not a sympathetic hero.
Perspective. Whatever you may say, this guy's stuffs are easily in the high tier part of the OPM fanarts.
>Tats can blow Dragon level monsters the fuck out even with brain damage
Are the other S-Class heroes even trying?
Mob has not even shown that level of power.
But if you think she is low tier in all of ONE's writing (she is the 4th strongest, outside of unknown characters like Blast) you are retarded or just bait.
Golden Sperm would have gotten rekt just like Multicell Sperm if she wasn't injured. And even while injured she did better than every other hero.
Tats is already around or at worst not far from Boros' level though.
I think Blast is more a one time thing. Maybe Pig god's THIS. Something strong enough to kill a god threat for example.
There is a reason for Tats still being considered as the "best weapon of the HA".
Ossan is as strong as Golden Sperm as ONE said in an interview, so he would have lost.
Also I like how all of ONE's MCs are strong from the start, he knows how to make that work.
You know, i went in reading the MA arc knowing that the fight between those two was incredible
But holy fuck, i was not prepared for this level of smackdown
Like, goddamn, the actual fight is nothing compared to the trashtalk
Will Metal Knight be the next focus of the plot given Engine Knight's warning?
Engine Knight himself is pretty mysterious, we haven't seen him in action at all.
>could've rivaled him had they not taken the low road.
Pretty sure even Saitama knows how ridiculously strong he his by now.
as strong as garou was, doubt he would survive a kick to the moon.
Which character is most likely to wipe their hand on their clothes after touching a public restroom door?
There are implications that some of the other heroes are actually close to her in power, but in a ddifferent way.
One saidd Metal Bat would have totally changed the outcome of the fight with the monster association and Bang actually was able to trash ddragon level monsters.
>Pretty sure even Saitama knows how ridiculously strong he his by now.
Saitama has NEVER considered himself exceptional. That was why he told Genos that he should be able to become as strong as him. That was why he told that young man in Blizzard Group that he should stop thinking he can't be strong. Many people inside and outside the comics think Saitama is special, but Saitama himself doesn't see it that way. Saitama see Garou as someone who think being a monster is the easier path. He also sees Garou as someone who could have become another Saitama if only he hadn't given up on heroes.
No, but he he is working hard. He is B-class Rank 21 now.
Could Rider be evil in any universe?
> Crushing thousands of hopes and dreams on the spot as you render every other hero completely irrelevant to the defense of humanity
Anon, do you even know what kind of hero this city deserves?
No he wouldn't. All the heroes helped saving time, whether SK was damaged or not didn't matter here. The NEET said anyone can buy time, but that's literally the opposite and why the heroes were heroes for doing so. HE couldn't have done it.
The Neet's point is that anyone can buy time by getting their ass beat. In the end, the heroes, while heroic, ARE professionals paid for by the people's donations. If they can't protect the people, then they aren't earning their keep.
I'm not saying I agree with the NEET, but saitama saying he's just super strong in that situation wouldn't prove him wrong.
You're still thinking like a villain, anon. Saitama can save them, but he won't destroy what other heroes stand for. That's still heroic.
If that's not valid enough reason for your autism:
The heroes association lives off donations and caped baldy is bottom tier shit for income.
Villain Fubuki would basically be Psykos. Maybe she would grow her hair out and make it wavy while wearing similar clothing as Psykos, I wouldn't mind if someone draws this.
You're definitely retarded.
Yeah, anyone can buy time. Not like ONLY the heroes faced the SK while being in a shelter full of people.
A hero is someone who put his life on the line for others. And who did that? Certainly not the NEET or any other citizens. And that's what Saitama could just have said. They weren't really doubting his strength at all until he discredited himself.
>So? Saving time wasn't my point. Doesn't change the fact that they're weak and couldn't handle the Sea King
That argument just leads to "don't bother trying if you don't think you can win".
Saitama is against that. Because Saitama doesn't feel very heroic himself, beating up villains who are clearly too weak to be a threat to him. Saitama consider those others much weaker than he is, who fight anyway, to be far more heroic. Saitama consider himself just an overpowered bully because it is hard to feel good about saving the world if it is so easy.
Don't get mad at me, you imbecile, I said I don't agree with the NEET. But his point is that if the heroes can't defend them, then they're not earning their pay, and Saitama being strong doesn't change the fact that they were almost completely ineffective in that situation.
His point would be valid, if, and only if, all heroes are payed by the same amount. But they arent. They are paid by ranking.
So yeah, its all known that most A class cant handle demon threats.
That's not how it works. The HA isn't expecting C to A heroes to beat demon threats. and if even a S class loses then so be it, the enemy was too strong, doesn't mean he was incompetent.
They need the heroes, and S class are the most important ones. C to A are in this kind of situation useful to restrain the monster or help the civilians while the big guns are coming.
>Well.... what I think is cool is a hero that stands up against someone who seems stronger than you. If you knew you were strong, you can just show up regardless of how evil the enemy is , but what's important is if there was someone clearly stronger than you hurting a child, can you stand up against it? I feel that that mentality is what defines a hero, and I thought that zeal would draw readers including myself. Saitama himself wants this zeal as well, but because he's so strong he had this drive taken away from him. But instead, he understands people's feelings, and he can lend his hand to the weak. I'd like to treasure this part of his.
A Class heroes can handle Demon level threats. Just those on the weaker end.
But the Sea king was attacked by heroes from Class C to Class A. They all failed, and then along came a C-Class and made it look like a bitch.
His argument is that if all those other heroes are so weak, the classes are meaningless and the Association is not very good at earning their pay. That's it. It's a shitty argument, but saitama being a C-class so much stronger than B, A or S would certainly seem to support it.
No they can't. It was literally explained in the chapter dumped at the start of this thread >>133965323 And was also why S class was created
Only the top 4 (the three samurais and Mask) are a match. and Fubuki. That's it for the non S class.
True, A-Class heroes can't really handle Demon level threats, even relatively small ones. The only ones capable are the heroes that belong in S but stay in lower classes, like Saitama, Fubuki, Mask, and Atomic's disciples.
People like Lightning Genji, or Stinger, or even Golden Ball or Mustache whatshisface can't really do shit.
Are you fucking dumb? Saitama SHOULD be in S-Class, but he isn't at the time. He's a C-class grunt. To the people in the shelter, it looked like the popular high ranked heroes got wrecked, then along came a low-positioned pawn and killed it with no effort.
No. It's explained that Demon level monsters COULD defeat the ones who held onto the upper rankings and that the future S class heroes were capable of defeating them on their own. Without assistance.
I don't even know why you mentioned Stinger and Lightning Genji when they're the prime examples of A class heroes who could take down a Demon level threat.
Uh ok? I was just going off this page
>Stinger and Lightning Genji when they're the prime examples of A class heroes who could take down a Demon level threat.
They never have. They couldn't even handle the cats.
>tries to make a name for himself as a villain
>ends up joining the hero association by mistake
The C-A Class heroes would also looked/were more useful when HA was starting, seeing how the rate and strength of monsters is now. There is like at least a Demon Level threat every week now.
I bet people would have loved B-class heroes 10+ years ago when the rate and strength of monsters were a Wolf Level Threat every few months.
>I bet people would have loved B-class heroes 10+ years ago when the rate and strength of monsters were a Wolf Level Threat every few months.
And they did get heroes like that. The quality of heroes that first entered the Hero Association was quite high, after all. It's just that, over time, they had already gotten most of the quality picks of their generation.
That's unrelated to what I'm saying. The main clause of his (yours?) argument
>They were only "buying time" since they were all so weak though. That's the problem
So WHAT if they should train to become stronger? Does that mean they should never bother with current threats? That's an inadequate answer, anon, and wholly irrelevant to this scenario. Saitama is not the norm; he's not supposed to be. While it's an admirable ideal that people could become strong with hard work, that doesn't mean that everybody isn't already trying to achieve that. The reason Saitama became so strong is because of his own low limit, which simply means that other heroes have much higher ones and have a much harder time approaching theirs.
The creeps already appeared practically ddaily before the arrival of seaking and it is doubtfull that it was always Saitama that killed them.
Now considder that the threat level was only raised to demon once they appeared on mass.
>doesn't mean that everybody isn't already trying to achieve that
Most of A-class just uses gimmicks though. They could try harder than that at least
>A Class heroes can handle Demon level threats. Just those on the weaker end.
Anything wrong with using technology? Or hiding how a move works? Can heroes not be anything else but a straightforward physical powerhouse? Is that an absolute rule?
I guess, since there was a monster that destroyed Tatsumaki's facility when she was a child, which was like 20 years ago.
Though even when Saitama was a middle schooler, so around 10 years ago, tiger threats were uncommon.
>Now considder that the threat level was only raised to demon once they appeared on mass.
Referring to the cats? Further head canon, then. It was definitely not. It was an unknown.
>Anything wrong with using technology? Or hiding how a move works? Can heroes not be anything else but a straightforward physical powerhouse? Is that an absolute rule?
No but even if you rely on technology/tricks you should train your body as well. Shit, even Child Emperor can hold his own in physical confrontations with his brain-shaking kicks.
Genos is considered strong even for an S-class.
Tats, Bang, MB, DS, and maybe Flash I'm not sure other S-class could beat him.
Well I guess Metal Knight too since he probably has a Dragon level robot.
The earliest we heard anything was 23 years ago, when monsters were showing up even less than a Wolf Level Threat every few months.
But things like the Underground People and Aliens are not monsters but, just other living beings.
>Shit, even Child Emperor can hold his own in physical confrontations with his brain-shaking kicks.
Against a paralyzed oponent, you mean? It's not like that hero ONLY relies on his flamethrowers, he obviously trains as well or he'd be dead. Metal knight doesn't even enter the field himself.
>Shit, even Child Emperor can hold his own in physical confrontations with his brain-shaking kicks.
Child Emperor is stronger than Stinger
I just got caught up to ONE's version.
>Saitama basically tells us that Garou wanted to be a hero, but instead chose to be a villain because it was easier. If he had some semblance of wanting to fight evil, why was he so upset in his original backstory?
>Why don't Pri-Pri Prisoner and Slashing She-male hook up? They were practically made for each other?
>Did any of the S-class heroes besides Tatsumaki and Zombieman realize Saitama's true strength during the Garou fight? Since the focus wasn't on them much, it was somewhat hard to tell.
>Why IS Murata focusing on filler now? While I understand that he moves through content faster than ONE does, the Monster Association and Garou arcs are long enough that ONE could make another arc while Murata draws them.
>Why does Black Sperm not look like a sperm?
>No but even if you rely on technology/tricks you should train your body as well. Shit, even Child Emperor can hold his own in physical confrontations with his brain-shaking kicks.
>doesn't mean that everybody isn't already trying to achieve that
How are you even arguing against this? Why are you assuming that the "gimmick" is all they rely on? Even Lightning Genji has got some skills, and he's the only other tech hero aside from Golden Ball we know of that we've seen fight. Blue Fire simply opened up with an attack and got his arm ripped off, then you're acting like that's the best argument for what you're saying.
There are other ways to fight than simply using brute strength and martial arts. Let the heroes refine their particular talents rather than spread around their efforts uselessly.
Child Emperor is another cluster of talent like other S class heroes. He's a genius. His physical ability is A class because he can afford to train himself up.
They were around when Saitama was in middle school I think. But if you look at that flashback chapter, it mentions how rare the monsters are, but that they are becoming more common. Flash forward to the present and not only do they happen with frightening regularity, but they are getting stronger and stronger.
Isn't he like the only confirmed S-class villain?
I mean there have to be other or sonic would be way more famous.
He's probably the line that separates people able to beat a dragon and people who are.
I wonder what's making them more common. Is it Saitama's presence? Is it the monster association? Is God behind it?
Damn, I'm so hype for more ONE chapters, at the rate it's updating now we should get another by Christmas.
>Child Emperor is another cluster of talent like other S class heroes. He's a genius. His physical ability is A class because he can afford to train himself up.
And this point is proven by the page you posted, in fact.
Those with talents or resources can build themselves up with more ease.
> >Saitama basically tells us that Garou wanted to be a hero, but instead chose to be a villain because it was easier. If he had some semblance of wanting to fight evil, why was he so upset in his original backstory?
It was a kid show. His side was the one of the bullied, because of his trauma back then.
All this stuff about monsters being cool and having their goals is really just seeing them as other good guys. Except in real life they're just beings that kills everyone because they're batshit insane.
Garou was just an anti hero. His view of the heroes was really childish.
>I mean there have to be other or sonic would be way more famous.
Sonic is a criminal but not a super-villain. He breaks laws because of the work he gets paid for but he doesn't go around robbing banks or such. He isn't actually a public threat and that's why he doesn't have a bounty.
No, the Seafolk fodder were classified as a TIGER level threat on masse. After they were defeated, it was Sea King's presence that changed the Disaster level to Demon. And that was only counting himself without his minions.
Now I don't understand why you even brought this up in relation to what I said.
>>Saitama basically tells us that Garou wanted to be a hero, but instead chose to be a villain because it was easier. If he had some semblance of wanting to fight evil, why was he so upset in his original backstory?
Didn't you ever root for Tom instead of Jerry?
It's pretty clear that some mysterious power is trying to wipe out humanity. The increasing monsters are part of it. The meteor changing direction was probably part of it. Psychos' vision is probably related. And probably Vaccine Man and Homeless Emperor, assuming that yeah, it's his god who is orchestrating this.
>>Did any of the S-class heroes besides Tatsumaki and Zombieman realize Saitama's true strength during the Garou fight?
Tats didn't, she was unconscious.
Only Zombieman and Mask were confirmed. Child Emperor was conscious too but I doubt he totally grasped the situation. The others were all uncapacited.
>All this stuff about monsters being cool and having their goals is really just seeing them as other good guys. Except in real life they're just beings that kills everyone because they're batshit insane.
Exactly this. That's why Garou was brooding over what a "monster" is supposed to be when he was told to go kill people. He didn't think that's what a monster was supposed to be, and later on, he even described the Monster Association as looking like another bunch of humans to him too. His view of monsters is quite different. He thinks they're supposed to be a feared existence set apart from others; and that's true. However, he's unable to connect that with the fact that monsters are dangerous killers too.
>Why IS Murata focusing on filler now?
He isn't. ONE writes everything. Maybe He is doing this because wants to show what happen to the heroes that did not show up in the MA arc.
Also ONE jumps a lot in his writing, like how Garou beat 19 other heroes after he fought TTM but before Genos.
>>Saitama basically tells us that Garou wanted to be a hero, but instead chose to be a villain because it was easier. If he had some semblance of wanting to fight evil, why was he so upset in his original backstory?
Because we see that he actually wants to be the hero when he plays with the otheer kids, but is always forced to play the monster.
And if he does not consent and gets shit on he will get even more shit on.
Thus he started to question himself and why he/monsters always had to lose.
>>Why don't Pri-Pri Prisoner and Slashing She-male hook up? They were practically made for each other?
Apparently Pri-Pri got a real boyfriend,
The question who is it (maybe shemale) and how he copes with Pri-Pri always cheating.
>Only Zombieman and Mask were confirmed
Can't confirm but I think this page could add on to that. Not clear if they actually see Saitama though
I thought we were talking about Stinger and so on being able to fight demon threats and so on regarding the seafolk incident.
I think they raised the threat level to demon before the SK arrived, but only because of the mass of monsters.
>They see the argument
They know Garou got his ass kicked then. Good enough. Saitama's presence there is already an anomaly and all the S-classes got beaten so all they have to do is put 2 and 2 together but of course things won't be that straightforward
You know. The HA has been paying for Saitama's rent now and Sweet Mask and Metal Knight are somewhat monitoring him. I dont know why they're keeping Saitama in a downlow though as if he's some big secret or is it because they just couldn't risk pissing him off if they invade his privacy?
It's probably just simple confusion. I mean half the joke behind Saitama's character is that his strength is completely inexplicable, it's easy to understand why somebody from an outside perspective would still be skeptical even after seeing it at work.
Like imagine that, right now, somebody told you that they had telekinetic powers. Then one time by chance you actually saw them throw a truck around. You'd be inclined to believe them, but if you had half a brain you'd still probably want a more thorough, unbiased demonstration before you held up the claim as fact.
I guess it's Saitama's public reputation or rather a lack of a positive one that's holding him back still but that should really change considering someone with a lot of HA pull like Sweet Mask has witnesses him himself. I think it will happen in due time. ONE wants to keep a certain pace with Saitama's ranks along the storyline I guess
I'd love the premise of having a criminal association, since we could get new strong antagonists who don't appear for a chapter before getting one punched and never seen again. It also gives the opportunity to get crazy with powers, like reality warpers, manipulating liquid into weapons, absorbing non-sentient material to increase muscle-mass and all sorts of stuff
Someone mentioned it in a previous thread and i like this theory, but what if "god" created the mysterious being after humanity produced something powerful enough to upset his perceived natural balance, people who broke thier limiters? Than if you take the idea that someone broke thier limiter before saitama, like blast, and that the rapid acceleration was due to Saitama also breaking his limiter, it fits wit hthe rate of monstrous appearances.
So in a old work of ONE "Solar Man", Boros was the Final Boss.
What did he mean by this?
>You know. The HA has been paying for Saitama's rent now and Sweet Mask and Metal Knight are somewhat monitoring him. I dont know why they're keeping Saitama in a downlow though as if he's some big secret or is it because they just couldn't risk pissing him off if they invade his privacy?
He had reached A rank in 2 months. There is no reason to push him into S rank outside normal channels. The system is working.
I think in D&D terms, Saitama is minmaxed and has every mental stat dumped. He's not very memorable and prone to people hating him on sight, plus an average, featureless look (Charisma dump), he rarely thinks his plans through (Wisdom dump) and I think he was shown to have poor memory and rationality (Intelligence dump)
And all the times that he actually does something smart (before it's revealed he did it for a stupid or barely relevant reason) is because he's using his strength modifier to buff his mental stats, which is why he sometimes remembers key information required to defeat his enemy, provides deep and intense wisdom to his apprentice seemingly by chance and his features become more pronounced and defined when he goes into his 'serious mode'.
I might just be something assimple as humans growing too strong overall.
God creates humans, humans create technology, which makes them difficult to control, God gets assblasted and creates monsters, a human powerful enough to defeat god and free humanity shows up and God is forced to up the ante in order to subjugate humans once more.
Well, I think the distinction has to be made that in the children's shows Garou watched, the superheroes wouldn't be portrayed as assholes, just like how the monsters never got to kill anyone.
So if a character ever were to die, which one would make the most narrative sense? Which ones would you kill off?
If I had to choose I'd choose Genos or Metal Bat, just to see /a/ drown in tears.
Sperm is not a regenerator. We just use that to describe him because it's easy for people to visualize. He's a splitter. Every time he's given a fatal wound and splits, one cell dies. He's just got so many lives that he might as well be regenerating from damage due to how insubstantial killing just one of his lives is.
What was Saitama dreaming about?
You realize that the current S-rank heroes were in C and B tier before the HA created a bracket specifically for them right?
OP dumped the chapter where they specifically show that there were people who did not adhere to their rank. And it's been made apparent to the readers at least, that the ranking system is flawed to some degree since people like Saitama can be under the radar simply because he doesn't take credit for his own work.
Alright I'll humor you.
One wrote a good story and supplanted it with crude art. So people support him.
Chis-chan human centipeded two franchise's mascots as a thinly disguised masturbatory ventblog and got laughed at for being an enormous autist.
Not to mention that while ONE's art is rough, the technical aspects of his page composition are very good. It's like if you stripped a very well made comic down to it's skeleton.
Good point. When God shows up they're gonna be in deep shit, people could start dropping like flies.
I hope not though, one or two characters dying could be interesting but going full edgelord would be retarded.
>Not to mention that while ONE's art is rough, the technical aspects of his page composition are very good. It's like if you stripped a very well made comic down to it's skeleton.
They're okay but his art is still shit, just saying.
Still, certainly leagues above chris-chan at least.
he can't draw like murata or something but his drawings fit his story (or the other way around, doesn't matter for the end product).
i never felt there was a point during the webcomic where i had to "put up" with ONE's art, on the contrary it's always complementary and really nice in its context.
Bollocks. The art is quite bad. It's not even "mediocre", one can't draw. People don't pay much attention because OPM is character and story focused, and because his art is so bad that it's actually fucking funny at times but it's not really intentionally so, even when he puts effort it's still subpar.
That said, he's not all bad, because while his artwork is bad, he knows how to effectively use it to tell his story clearly and neatly, a skill even some professional mangaka lack. I'm looking at you, Nihei.
>tfw my favorite page will never be as funny in the redraw
How do you think Saitama's going to recover from the crack and resolve the sibling dispute?
One can definitely draw. How about you yourself recreate a couple of pages from opm or mob with the same panel layouts but your own art, and we see if the effect is the same?
he's not technically good but i don't feel that matters very much nor that it hinders the webcomic visually.
of course his layouts and panneling are what tie everything together
>How about you yourself recreate a couple of pages from opm or mob with the same panel layouts but your own art, and we see if the effect is the same?
Of course it's not the same, because my art is not laughably bad.
>of course his layouts and panneling are what tie everything together
Look, his paneling and layout s are fine. Competent. Clear. He's good at communicating his story. He's still shit at drawing, he himself admits it, why can't you fanboys do so as well?
I'm saying the fact that he's shit at drawing doesn't hinder his comics visually, not that he has good technique.
Who cares about what he thinks, i have hundreds of examples of artists becoming worse due to their own perceived ways of 'improving'.
The current ranking system works, it took over 6 months for the first S class heroes to even get recognized, meanwhile it's been roughly 2 months since Saitama started on the dead bottom of class C and now he's on class A and is the current fap material of the guy who calls the shots at hero promotions.
>I'm saying the fact that he's shit at drawing doesn't hinder his comics visually
He disagrees, he really appreciates murata's redraw because it allows for gaps in artsyle that he simply isn't capable of.
murata's redraw improves on a lot of aspects but it actually fails where the original excels the most. it isn't nearly as funny, for example (and i'm not referring to laughing at "unintentional" mistakes).
Has ONE read watchmen? I have the feeling he would like it.
Read the chain, if you're the guy arguing that the heroes that fought were wasting their time you're an idiot.
>But the Sea king was attacked by heroes from Class C to Class A. They all failed, and then along came a C-Class and made it look like a bitch.
If there was a point in time where there were people who defied their ranking. And later they were recognized by being put in a category of their own that is recognized as being super human. It's only because there hasn't been an individual that fit that criteria in several years, and Saitama's previous reputation, that stopped anyone with two neurons from realizing that he's just stupid strong.
>His argument is that if all those other heroes are so weak, the classes are meaningless and the Association is not very good at earning their pay. That's it. It's a shitty argument, but saitama being a C-class so much stronger than B, A or S would certainly seem to support it.
That's what you and the NEET don't seem to get. It's not that the A or S rank heroes were weak. It's that the Sea King was too strong and got too many advantages in his fights. Run through the scenario again and put in any S rank member that isn't Tank Top Jobber or Zombie man and ask yourself if SK would have even lived to feel a rain drop?
I'm more referring to how the Exams take place and someone like Saitama can be put into C because of a written exam despite breaking every record they have in front of multiple witnesses. They also have the A rank 1 hero playing kingmaker in the background so there is a huge problem with how initial rankings are determined.
Says you. ONE said Murata does it rather well.
So either you're just a guy entitled to your opinion (best case scenario) or you're a retard who turns his nose up at any alterations to the original. In either case, you have no persuasive power.
>Read the chain
YOU read the chain. I wasn't agreeing with the Neet. I was pointing out that Saitama hid his powerlevel because revealing it would only seem to prove the NEET right, that the popular and highly paid S-class heroes were weak and some noname C beat the monster in 1 punch.
The NEET is being a prick, but he's saying these things based on how it looked to the people in the shelter. Saitama realized this, and decided to play the heel to let the other heroes save face.
No he would not be proving the NEET right. He'd be feeding into his bullshit. The NEET is literally saying that the heroes are all talk and no action and we have seen that not to be the case. He's a prick and voicing a flawed train of logic that you have bought into to some degree.