Well, every year, there’s one anime that gets everyone’s attention and this year we have One Punch Man, Saitama is the protagonist of One Punch Man and he trained so hard and became super strong that he’s able to defeat any enemy with just One Punch.
One Punch Man started off as an online webcomic but by 2012 it got a lot of attention and was picked up by Yusuke Murata of Shounen Jump. Later the webcomic was re-drawn for a better version as the number of viewers increased. Below is a Re-drawn version and Web Comic version of One Punch Man Manga.
One Punch Man had millions of views worldwide but suddenly the TRP And View Count went down after Episode 3.
According to Anime Maru and their discussion with Shingo Natsume, OPM’s director.
One Punch man anime has been steadily losing views in Japan and more specifically viewership dropped off drastically after Episode 3 but why?
So then Shingo Natsume, OPM’s director explained that in Episode 3 there’s a scene where the main character, Saitama, explains his workout regimen.
It seems as though we got so many people into the anime in the first 2 episodes that people really believed they could be the world’s strongest super-hero and started doing the regimen.
Also as Anime Maru hit the streets of Tokyo. They found many Otaku doing push-ups or charging through parks. And when they asked them about their determination, every single person responded to the following line:
“100 PUSH-UPS, 100 SIT-UPS, 100 SQUATS, AND 10 KM RUNNING EVERY SINGLE DAY!!”
And as OPM’s Director Natsume told Anime Maru, that they just wanted to make a good anime that all otaku around the world could enjoy. And that they poured their soul and heart in making One Punch Man but it seems that they poured it a bit too much that now everyone’s so busy caught in the hype they created to actually keep watching.
Also, Mad-House is not the only studio feeling the heat of One Punch Man, but nearly all animation studios in Japan are feeling this. They reported a drastic loss in this Season’s recent weeks.
Not all news is bad, however, as Japan’s Ministry of Health released a survey that indicates Japan could surge from 6th to 2nd healthiest nation in the next year, and reach 1st in 3 years when everybody finishes their training regimen. The Ministry of Jobs and Welfare has also reported that productivity has never been higher in the workplace.
But there’s a good side to this! Japan’s Ministry of Health released a survey that indicates Japan could surge from 6th to 2nd healthiest nation in the world by next year. And reach 1st in the next 3 years by the time everyone finishes their training regimen.
The Ministry of Jobs and Welfare has also reported that productivity has never been higher in the workplace.