Everything you need to know about One Punch Man season 3 is here at last! Read to find out the rest of the details

One Punch Man is one of the most popular series popular among anime enthusiasts. The creator of this Japanese franchise is none other than the artist ONE. The story is about Saitama, a superhero who …

One Punch Man is one of the most popular series popular among anime enthusiasts. The creator of this Japanese franchise is none other than the artist ONE. The story is about Saitama, a superhero who can defeat any opponent with a single punch. But he seeks to find a worthy opponent after getting bored by lack of challenges owing to his overwhelming strength.

ONE wrote the original web-comic version and published it in early 2009. Then it quickly grew among fans thereby surpassing 7.9 million hits in June 2012. It also received manga and anime adaptations. The series contains 21 volumes with each episode lasting up to 30 minutes.

A look at Saitama in the new season of One Punch Man (P.C: YouTube)

But the question all anime lovers have is will we ever get One Punch Man Season 3?

The only way to learn that without a third season would be to check out the manga. However, this show is one of my favorites so it would be best if the next couple of episodes come out!

Release Date:

It puts viewers in great confusion since it hasn’t been announced yet that One Punch will be released in 2020. It was heard that many found the second season to be a disaster, hence there won’t be a continuation. But our safest bet of the release date is around the year 2021. Fans will have to be patient until further updates. The previous season of this series aired between April and July 2019. We expected it to release around the same time this year too. However, the pandemic delayed that as well.

The characters of this series in the upcoming season (P.C: The Buzz Paper)

Potential Plot:

Well, no details have been revealed yet as usual. But we do have some insights about what may happen.

One-Punch Man season 3 will mostly deal with the Heroes Association launching an attack on their evil counterparts, with all the major S-Class heroes infiltrating their hideout and engaging in one-on-one battles.

This should mean that the third season will be an action-packed affair filled with many epic fight scenes. Although Saitama’s lack of screen time is set to continue and Genos may also be largely absent in the next season. I’m pretty sure fans are already super excited about the speculated release of this series!

The trailer for the third season is not yet here but here’s something else for you to check out…

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