One Punch Man Artist Reveals Daughter's Artwork

One Punch Man Artist Reveals Daughter's Artwork

The illustrator of the One Punch Man and Eyeshield 21 manga, Yusuke Murata, has passed on his incredible artistic talents to his offspring. Through his Twitter account, the artist published some illustrations made by his daughter, who is in the fifth year of elementary school. “My daughter, who is in the fifth year of primary school, has been drawing some beautiful illustrations on her electronic tablet. I have to keep improving my skills, or else I won't be able to compete against my own daughter. "

Previously, the illustrator had already published illustrations made by his daughter, as in this March publication. “My ten year old daughter has started drawing manga. I hope you have a lot of fun. "

In fact, his daughter seems to be a huge fan of the Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun manga. "My daughter is a huge fan of the Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun manga, and she draws it multiple times."

In 2014, Murata also published some illustrations made by his then seven-year-old son. Your son seems to be a robot fanatic. ”My seven year old son has drawn a Jaeger. Where are the Kaijuu! "

About One Punch Man

It is a webcomic written by ONE that has been published since 2009. However, it is best known for the manga adaptation written and illustrated by Yusuke Murata that has been published in Shueisha's Tonari no Young Jump magazine since June 2012. The publisher published the twenty-first compiled volume in December 2019.

The play inspired an anime adaptation released in October 2015 and produced by Madhouse Studios. However, the second season was released in April 2019 and changed the animation studio, this time being produced by J.C. Staff. A live-action film produced in Hollywood is confirmed.

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