One-Punch Man Artist Draws Marvel's Spider-Man

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You've seen Yuusuke Murata's artwork for One-Punch man as well as fan art for Dragon Ball Z characters and Lionsgate's Power Rangers. Now, to celebrate the upcoming Japanese release of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Murata not only drew an illustration of Marvel's web-crawler, but also his mentor Iron Man and his enemy Vulture. Check out the spectacular artwork:

As Comic Natalie reports, Murata wrote that Tom Holland's version of Peter Parker captivated him, and he can't wait to see the character grow, including his relationship with Iron Man.

Looking at this reminds me a lot of One-Punch Man's visual style, and I can't help but to associate Saitama's sidekick Genos with Tony Stark.

Spider-Man: Homecoming will be released in Japan on August 11. The film was released in the U.S. and other countries on July 7, and so far, it has earned $643 million.

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