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Bomb (ボンブ, Bonbu) is Bang's older brother as well as a dojo master.

AppearanceEdit

Bomb, like his brother, Bang, is an aged-but-muscular individual. Appearance-wise, he is almost opposite to his younger brother. While Bang still has his hair and sports a short mustache, Bomb has a long beard and white, long hair with the top of his head being bald. He wears a classic-style martial arts robes, while Bang has a plain black shirt with white pants. He's quite tall considering his age and unlike most elderly figures he has a very strong posture, unlike Bang who is shorter than Bomb is and often slouches when he's walking.

PersonalityEdit

Bomb is a caring older brother to Bang. He also seems to be bit angry for having lost all of his disciples, but is quite understanding as he believes there's a reason for letting his disciples go.

PlotEdit

Human Monster SagaEdit

Hero Hunt ArcEdit

Bomb and Bang at the scene

Bomb and Bang arrive at the scene

Bomb is first seen in his dojo in a meeting with his brother, Bang. Although he doesn't know Garou himself, he talks about how he heard that he's a threat and must be taken down. Therefore he prepared to close his dojo and say farewell to his students for their own safety. He agrees on hunting him down alongside Bang after a short conversation.[1] He later arrives with Bang to a scene where Garou badly defeats the Tank Topper Army, Mumen Rider and Charanko.[2]

Monster Raid ArcEdit

During Bang's and Bomb's search for Garou, Bomb notices that one of their marked A-Class heroes is being attacked and the two martial artist rush to scene. Smile Man is struggling against Fist Fight Djinn. Bang tells Bomb to stay back as he approaches the monster. Fist Fight Djinn boasts about his power, but before he could finish talking, Bang unleashes his anger through a barrage of attacks, breaking every bone in the monster's body. Afterwards. he tells Bomb to continue to search for Garou before Garou becomes a monster.[3]
Whirlwind Iron Cutting Fist Effects

Bomb shreds a monster to pieces.

Monster Association Arc Edit

After Bang and Bomb arrive at the fight between Garou and Genos, he helps his brother dispose a monster nearby by using his Whirlwind Iron Cutting Fist technique to mince a monster into pieces.

When Bang prepares to fight Garou, Bomb states that he will take care of the rest of the monster.

Abilities and PowersEdit

Not much is known about Bomb's strength. However, as Bang's older brother and master of the Whirlwind Iron Cutting Fist, it is safe to say that Bomb's strength is on par with the S-Class heroes. He was able to effortlessly shred a monster to pieces, further hinting at his superior strength. However, he was knocked out by a Black Sperm clone with only a single hit, albeit this was while he was caught off guard.

Whirlwind Iron Cutting Fist

Bomb performs the Whirlwind Iron Cutting Fist to shred a monster to pieces.

Fighting StyleEdit

Whirlwind Iron Cutting Fist (旋風鉄斬拳, Senpū Tetsuzan-ken): Bomb's martial art. This martial art style involves a powerful hand rotation technique to create a razor sharp whirlwind pressure that chops the opponent into tiny pieces.[4] The martial art then pushes the opponent back with various degrees of force depending on the proximity towards the eye of the whirlwind.[5]

Secret Combination: Cross Fang Dragon Slayer Fist (連携奧義 交牙竜殺拳, Renkei Ōgi: Kōga Ryūsatsu-ken): A combination of the martial arts of Bomb and Bang. Both perform extremely powerful strikes at their opponent with their respective martial arts during combat.

TriviaEdit

Bang's students

Bomb cameo

  • Bomb made a cameo appearance in an OVA, standing behind Bang's students.[6]
  • Bomb's fighting style can be considered to based on the Nanto Sei Ken martial art from the Fist of the North Star series since it involves cutting opponents into pieces with bare hands. In detail, Bomb's style is based on the character Huey, who uses the Gosha Fūretsu Ken (五車風裂拳, Five Chariots Wind Split Fist) to shred an opponent into pieces using wind pressure.



ReferencesEdit

  1. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 45, page 20-23
  2. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 46, page 22
  3. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 60, page 18-25
  4. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 83, page 47-49
  5. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 83, page 47-49
  6. One-Punch Man OVA; Bang, Who Is Too Overbearing

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