Yusuke Murata, illustrated Season 3 of One Punch Man, is one of the long-awaited animations for fans. The second season began in April 2019. Unfortunately, there is no official confirmation of the completion of Season 3.
It is expected that episode of One Punch Man season 3 will contain more action than we have seen before. More fighting scenes will be shown to animation enthusiasts all over the world. The battle between Saitama and Garou will be interesting and vice versa.
Due to the success of the previous season, fans are happy to see what happened in One Punch Man season 3. After a long 4-year wait, the second season only came out in 2019, so you can expect a little time out and the third season. But the thing we are most excited for? The battle between Saitama and Garou.
Who is Saitama?
The animation is based on a popular webcomic written and created by ONE and revolves around the story of Saitama. Saitama is a humble person with super powers to defeat any opponent. You guessed it, punch. He is an unrelated hero from Z City, who brings you heroic feats. One day, he decided to save a child from danger. Since then, he has been exercising regularly to exercise his body. Surprisingly, he became so powerful that he could defeat his enemy with one blow. But in the end he will be bored because of the lack of challenge. Saitama always wants to face a worthy opponent to extinguish his fighting spirit. He is tired of opponents who are not in line with his strength, and he tries to find a valuable opponent who can push him to the limit.
Saitama vs Garou battle
We all know Saitama’s ability to defeat opponents in one fell swoop. But this will not happen in season 3 of “One Punch Man”. Garou will have additional powers and may have more playing time than Saitama’s other opponents. However, Janos is likely to be practically absent next season.
According to ScreenRant, this can result in a series of single-player battles involving SC-class heroes like Zombieman, Atomic Samurai, and Flashy Flash, and clashes with some weird and wonderful creatures from the Monster Association. It Also allows comic fans to learn more about the Monster Association and its leader, Lord Orochi. The battle between Saitama and Garou will bring a turning point in the story.
The first two seasons of the Japanese anime series have completed the first 23 volumes, and there are still some manga chapters to be adapted. The release time of the third season of the Japanese anime “One Punch Man” may be longer because there is a gap of about four years between the first and second seasons.
According to Netflix Life, and the animation studio J.C. staff never said anything about it, the recent global pandemic may have disrupted the research plan, which explains the delay. The release date of the third season of “One Punch Man” has not yet been determined.