One Punch Man Season 3: Release Date, Cast, Plot And All Latest Updates

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One Punch Man Season 3

The struck Japanese manga turned animated series One-Punch Man has been delighting hardcore anime aficionados for around six years now and even if you’re not into the genre, I am fairly certain that you’ve heard of the title”Saitama” or at least came across the anime quite a few times already.

The show has experienced an unprecedented degree of popularity over the past few years in and outside Japan, so much so that its lead character Saitama is becoming as popular, if not popular as Dragon Ball Z’s Son Goku. Apart from its compelling storyline and amazing set of characters and villains, among the anime’s major selling points is its visually-stunning battle sequences.

Premiering in 2015, the anime now has just two successful seasons under its belt and if you’ve yet to see a single incident, you’re missing out.

What is One-Punch Man About?

Based on the hit web manga written and created by ONE, the anime revolves around the story of Saitama, an unassuming person who owns the super ability to defeat any competitor, you guessed it, a single punch. But, Saitama has grown tired of his competitors not fitting up to his strength and that he seeks to get a worthy adversary who might take him to the limitation.

One Punch Man Season 3 Release Date

‘One Punch Man’ season 2 premiered on April 9, 2019. After 12 episodes, the season came to an end on July 2, 2019. Interestingly, a TV special also aired on April 2, 2019. The show’s official Twitter accounts did mention the story does not end here, and ever since then, fans of this series have been waiting in anticipation for the next season.

However, the makers have chosen to remain tight-lipped about season 3 as of now. Given that fans had to wait around for almost 4 years before getting season 2, the series could take its time before giving us another episode. What’s more, reports cite that the coronavirus pandemic has broadly hindered the anime’s creation capabilities. Apart from that, fans need the former manager of the season, Shingo Natsume, and his team to come back for season 3. Keeping this information in mind, we anticipate one Punch Man’ season 3 to release sometime in 2022.

One Punch Man Season 3

Who Will Be In The Cast Of OPM Season 3?

Following the sudden change in studios, fans missed the founders of the very first season. Thus, they are now adamant that the cast of upcoming One Punch Man anime seasons must remain unchanged. Luckily, now, almost all actors from previous seasons will be back to perform their functions. Including the acclaimed voice celebrity of lead personality Saitama, Makoto Furukawa.

On the other hand, fans will get to see Ueda Youji in the Function of Bespectacled Worker alongside Shota Yamamoto since the voice of Bearded Worker again. Nobuo Tobita will return to voice Sitch along with Yoshiaki Hasegawa as Eyelashes, Sawashiro as Yuuichi, and Hiromichi Tezuka as Commentator. Moreover, the fan-favorite character Genos is going to be performed with Kaito Ishikawa, yet again. We hope that other cast members from the last seasons reunite to play their characters in 1 Punch Man Season 3.

One-Punch Man Season 3 Story Details

The Dragon Association played a sizeable role in One-Punch Man season two, however, the anime has barely begun to scratch the surface with this band of madcap villains. Using the manga series for a reference point, One-Punch Man season 3 will mostly deal with the Heroes Association starting an attack on their evil counterparts, together with all the major S-Class heroes infiltrating their hideout and participating in one-on-one battles.

This ought to mean that season 3 is still an action-packed affair with loads of epic fight scenes, nevertheless, Saitama’s lack of display time is set to last and Genos are also largely absent in another season of One-Punch Man. After the defeat of Elder Centipede, the manga focuses heavily on characters like Child Emperor, Atomic Samurai, and Garou, and introduces a raft of fresh chords. Luckily, Saitama also takes part in the assignment, albeit covertly, and fans can therefore expect at least some amount of caped hair loss.

Despite the appealing promise of constant combat scenes, One-Punch Man won’t shed its trademark sense of comedy in season 3, if the manga is any sign. Also as a few of the critters themselves proving to become rich sources of humor, the conflicts are interlaced with some more”slice of life” fashion material that sees an annoyed Saitama effort to adjust to the ever-growing circle of friends turning up at his flat.

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