ワンパンマン 19 [Wanpanman 19]

ワンパンマン 19 [Wanpanman 19]

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Title:ワンパンマン 19 [Wanpanman 19]
Author:ONE
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:ワンパンマン 19 [Wanpanman 19]
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Edition Language:Japanese
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:224 pages pages

ワンパンマン 19 [Wanpanman 19] Reviews

  • Jon Ureña
    Feb 20, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

  • krishna Fūjin
    Apr 14, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Jatin Sharma
    Aug 18, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Keely
    Dec 20, 2018

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Mizuki
    Aug 14, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

  • Dayana Pinto Cornejo
    May 21, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Rocky Madden
    Jul 14, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Abhishek Patil
    Jan 11, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Shizik
    Jun 06, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Giulia B
    Jun 30, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)
    Aug 10, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

  • Loay Mohammed
    Apr 06, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Ménkűpocok
    Aug 06, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • K
    May 16, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Duy Vu
    Jul 01, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Chad Miller
    Jun 25, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Santiago
    Jul 09, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Danilo Morgenstern
    May 22, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Abdalla Khalifa
    Dec 29, 2018

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • YohCeezaX
    Jul 14, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Hollie
    Aug 16, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Felipe Arenas Retamal
    Jan 29, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Eric
    Feb 04, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Artur
    May 03, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Onaibaf
    Apr 29, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Yashwanth Duvvi
    Jun 18, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Fudo Yusei
    Jun 20, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • GlareKid
    Jun 09, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • Joe
    Jun 23, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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  • KaancoveS
    Aug 03, 2019

    Huhh, the story is still slowing building up, I guess? Have to wait and see how will the huge fight between supervillains and superheroes turn out. ...

    I've gone through these volumes way too fast to stop and review along the way. This is the last volume so far for the ongoing series, and I'm reviewing the whole thing. The contrast between the illustrator's (Yusuke Murata) magnificent drawings and the writer's (ONE) atypical and of...

    Garou's character continues to be incredibly fascinating. His action conveys heroism yet his mind screams with villainy. It's fun to see him continuously grow, especially knowing that this is just a teaser to a long-awaited confrontation with Saitama that all fans want to see. Heroe...

    Well, I would like a little more Saitama, but I'm really liking Garou's character. He wants to be a Monster and yet there is all of his humanity. He gets defeated not when the enemies try really hard to kill him (well except Saitama), but when the child is in danger and he gets distrac...

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