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One Punch Man Artist To Launch Manga Based On Back To The Future

No, that title is not a typo, nor is it a misleading piece of clickbait. This is, in fact, one of those rare instances where my love of Hollywood films intersects with my love of manga. And no, this isn’t even one of those instances where it’s just as single page tribute, cover drawing, or […]
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