‘One-Punch Man Season 3’: Renewal update– Release Date, Plot, Trailer And Everything You Should Know Before Watching
One-Punch Man, a game, created by Yusuke Murata, has undeniably notched over 7 million viewers worldwide and gained a hysterical fanbase.
What we know about it is that it’s a web-comic series, which has a Manga as well as an Anime adaption.
Yup, it is that huge. Created by Artist One in 2009, it had a massive following in its magazine releases as well.
What Is One Punch Man About
The theme of One-Punch Man centers around the life of Saitama, conductivity the most powerful superhero in the whole damn world. Wicked.
He is a badass fighter, with insane potential and has absolute knowledge about it as well.
He has the ability to rip off anyone’s body, bring any human down and tear apart anyone’s flesh, to say the least.
And all of this, he could master with only a single punch. Hence the name!
He could have just walked around, marking his territory everywhere he went, for he is so strong, but no, he’d rather have a battle with someone who thinks he could be as ruthless a combat as himself.
What To Expect
Having 12 episodes each in every season, Saitama, the bald-head, is practically restless, for he cannot just find a rival, good enough.
The comics and the anime have been a big-time hit and now One-Punch Man is a video game, for the Playstation 4, Xbox one.
And although Season 2 didn’t gross as many viewers as Season 1 initially had, it doesn’t come down to be termed ‘boring’ or ‘monotonous’. Nu-uh, One-Punch Man is always going to be that one godly invention people have busted their buns for.
Further Into It One Punch Man
Season 3 opens with the perpetual theory that if Garou takes the monster pills, he would undeniably grow into an incredibly powerful man, a perfect rival, an eccentric opponent. Plausible enough to make Saitama contented.
The following season will probably be coming in 2022.
So this year coming up in 2021 could just be a false expectation, as we know of how the second season premiere took four decades; And I’m not even exaggerating!
And who is to blame? Uhm, any wild guess? (Sure the pandemic doesn’t hit your mind) *breathes heavily*
Gear up, nonetheless. THIS TOO SHALL PASS!