YMMV: One Punch Man

  • Angst? What Angst?: Saitama is pretty unfazed by the unwarranted hate mail he gets.
  • Awesome Art: Not just the realism and detail of Murata's illustrations, but the sheer SCALE of them!
  • Broken Base: The fandom is pretty split between preferring ONE's original work and Murata's redrawn version, to say the least.
    • The fandom is pretty much split over the shortness of the recent chapters.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Licenceless Rider has gained a lot of fans especially after standing up to the Sea King.
    • Blizzard, second only to Saitama himself by a narrow margin in the 2015 character poll, outranking even Sonic, Licenceless Rider, and Genos. Keep in mind, Blizzard is a relatively recent addition to the band, especially in the Murata version where she's only been around for a handful of chapters. Her sympathetic motives and Action Girl status no doubt helped, as well as being a drop-dead gorgeous but tasteful Ms. Fanservice.
      • It's even brought up in the post-poll chapter, the Blizzard Group mentioning how she's had little screen time. She had this to say:
      Blizzard: "But not placing first doesn't feel right after all, which means I have to become the main protagonist."
  • Name's the Same: Genos and a restaurant in Philadephia. Hilarity ensues in the tumblr tag.
  • Viewer Gender Confusion: Sonic. Oddly enough none of the characters seem to have difficulty telling that he's a guy.
  • The Woobie: Saitama himself. He doesn't really act like one, but it's clear that his story-breaking powers have taken their toll. It's first evidenced in earlier chapters when he reflects on how every fight is boring and how even with his deeds, no one recognizes him. Later on, during his fight with Boros, Boros has a Not So Different moment with Saitama, claiming how he himself was the strongest person on his own planet, to the point he searched the universe for a worthy opponent because he wasn't able to take any pleasure in fighting any more. His final words to Saitama hit home, when he acknowledges the pain that comes with it and how they couldn't have a proper fight with our hero holding back. Saitama simply walks away without any words and a sad look.
    • Blizzard, a woman whose innate talents made her believe she was destined for great things. But her sister is Tornado, who is the second strongest hero on the planet and crushed Blizzard's self-esteem, making her believe she could never be anything more than second best. Furthermore, she was picked on as a kid for having her powers in the first place and her sister protecting her only alienated her further, leading Blizzard to resent her sister.
    • In terms of Jerkass Woobie, Tornado, who was taken from her family at a young age and used as a guinea pig for years because of her psychic powers. She was even isolated from the outside and denied any contact with her parents or sister. Eventually she stopped using her powers out of spite, but it only led to her being thrown in a cell until she started using them again. And she did...when an experimental creature went on a rampage and Tornado was forced to kill it on her own. It led to Tornado's current worldview, being bitter at the world and believing that connection to others and coexistence are pointless. It also led to her being overprotective of Blizzard which of course has led to their strained relationship, Tornado being a meddlesome, stifling control freak in Blizzard's life who thinks she knows what's best for Blizzard. All in all, Tornado is a giant bag of issues due to severely traumatic experiences as a child which could have been avoided if someone had shown her basic decency.