One-Punch Man has confirmed a season 3 TV anime, with the announcement coming over 3 years since season 2 ended. There are no details yet, but you can check out the teaser visual drawn by Chikashi Kubota (character designer for both of the previous seasons):
One Punch Man is created by ONE and was originally published as a webcomic in 2009. A digital manga remake with illustrations by Yusuke Murata began publication on Shueisha’s Tonari no Young Jump website in June 2012. Viz Media licensed the remake manga in the English language and is serializing it in its Weekly Shonen Jump.
An anime adaptation produced by studio Madhouse aired from October to December 2015. J.C. Staff took over for season 2, which aired from April to July 2019. Crunchyroll streams the anime in Europe, and they describe the story:
Saitama started out being a hero just for fun. After three years of “special” training, he became so powerful that he can defeat opponents with a single punch. Now, alongside Genos, his faithful cyborg disciple, Saitama is ready to begin his official duties as a professional hero working with the Hero Association. However, the frequency of monster appearances is surging and it increasingly appears as if the Great Seer Madame Shibabawa’s prediction about the Earth’s doom is coming true. In the midst of this crisis, the “hero hunter” Garou makes his own appearance.
It’s been a while since the 2nd season, and we’ll be able to watch Saitama and Genos again soon in season 3 of One Punch Man! You can get hyped for it with the official video of the first season’s opening theme “THE HERO!! Set Fire to the Furious Fist”:
Source: Official Twitter
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