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One-Punch Man Season 3

One-Punch Man is amongst the most well-known Superhero anime series in Japan. It first aired in October 2015 and lasted till December. The second season ran from April to July 2019, and each season has 12 episodes. Since then, fans have been anxiously anticipating Saitama’s transformation into a respectable hero.

Unfortunately, no formal confirmation of Season 3’s production has been made. The action-packed One-Punch Man Season 2 finished on a cliffhanger, and the Japanese anime series’ first two seasons have completed the first 23 volumes. There are still a few manga chapters that haven’t been converted yet. Season 3 has become more likely as a result of this.

When is One-Punch Man Season 3 coming out?

A Season 3 is very likely but like the previous season, One-Punch Man Season 3 is likely to take a long time to complete. Between the first and second seasons, there was a four-year break. Season 1 premiered in October 2015, with Season 2 following in April 2019.

One-Punch Man Season 3

There’s another reason for the postponement. The Covid-19 pandemic, like any other entertainment enterprise, is said to have hampered its progress. The good news is that the anime series has not yet been canceled. In addition, there are still a few manga chapters that need to be converted.

If history is any guide, the developers of One-Punch Man Season 3 will most certainly take their time. While the anime’s studio, J.C. Staff, has never spoken anything about it, the current global pandemic may have put a kink in the studio’s preparations, resulting in the postponement, according to Netflix Life.

One-Punch Man Season 3 release date might be revealed in the summer of 2022 so it makes it clear that the new season won’t return until mid of 2022, according to The Awesome One. One-Punch Man Season 3 and its release date, on the other hand, are yet to be announced officially.

One-Punch Man Season 3 possible plot

The narrative for the Japanese anime One-Punch Man Season 3 will mostly center on Saitama’s life, with the Heroes Association anticipated to mobilize against their monster counterparts and invade the villains’ headquarters. This leads to a series of one-on-one battles between S-Class heroes like Zombieman, Atomic Samurai, and Flashy Flash and the Monsters Association’s strange and fascinating creatures.

One-Punch Man Season 3

Like in the previous season, Saitama will be shown beating his opponents with a single punch. His fight with Garou, on the other hand, will be entirely different because he cannot be beaten with a single punch. As a result, Garou will have more screen time than Saitama’s other adversaries. The battle between Saitama and Garou will be thrilling and reversed this time. According to the manga, Garou will have extra powers and he might go into a relationship with beasts. He will take the beast pills and turn into an opponent deserving of Saitama’s consideration.

One-Punch Man Season 3 is expected to have more action

The third season’s episodes are intended to be more action-packed than previous seasons. Manga fans will be able to discover more about the Monster Association and its members in One-Punch Man Season 3. More battle sequences will be incorporated to keep anime fans throughout the world entertained. The bout between Saitama and Garou will be exciting and unexpected.

One-Punch Man Season 3

Garou, unlike his (Saitama’s) prior opponents, will not be beaten by a single punch by Saitama in One Punch Man Season 3. Garou will have additional abilities and be given more screen time than Saitama’s other opponents. Garou will delve into the beast-human interaction. He’ll take the beast pills and turn into an opponent deserving of Saitama’s consideration.

Possible cast of One-Punch Man Season 3

Makoto Furukawa reprises his role as Saitama, Kaito Ishikawa as Genos, Shota Yamamoto in his role as Bearded Worker, Ueda Youji as Bespectacled Worker, Nobuo Tobita as Sitch, HiromichiTezuka in his role as Commentator, Sawashiro Yuuichi as Mumen Rider, and Yoshiaki as an eyelash.

One-Punch Man Season 2 explained

One-Punch Man Season 2 | Official Announcement | VIZ

Saitama has returned to his average everyday existence in Z-City after defeating Boros and his massive army. Unbeknownst to him, however, the number of monsters arriving is still increasing, placing a strain on the Hero Association’s resources. Their senior executives make the risky decision to enlist the support of hoodlums in their fight. However, at the initial meeting with these possible immigrants, a strange guy known only as Garou appears. He begins ruthlessly assaulting the audience, claiming to be a monster.

Garou’s fury against the Hero Association continues, destroying every hero he comes across. He turns out to be the best former apprentice of the famed martial artist Silverfang, and he appears to be driven by mysterious objectives. Regardless this beast of a man seems unstoppable. Intrigued by this puzzling new foe and with an insatiable thirst for money, Saitama decides to seize the opportunity and joins the interesting martial arts competition.

How many episodes are in One-Punch Man Season 2?

One-Punch Man Season 2 have 12 episodes. The first episode aired on April 9, 2019 and the last episodes aired on July 2, 2019.

Where to watch One-Punch Man Season 2?

All the episodes of One-Punch Man Season 1 and One-Punch Man Season 2 are streaming on Netflix and are available to watch.