One Punch Man Season 3: Saitama Will Fight New Monsters In Anime

One Punch Man Season 3

The third season of One Punch Man is something that every anime fan wants to see right now, as the series is now recognized around the world.

Saitama is the main character in the story of One Punch Man, where he can defeat the strongest of his enemies with a single hit, this bores him and makes him look for new challenges. Fans are eagerly awaiting season 3 of the anime, but there are hardly any updates on the renewal.

Although, that does not mean that the OPM anime series is canceled as it is too popular to cancel. Here at The Truth News, there is more information about the release date of season 3, the spoilers, the new episodes, and the return of Saitama to fight against new monsters.

One Punch Man Season 3: Updates!

One Punch Man 3’s release date could be set to 2022 according to some of the reports and the anime will not be out this year. There were multiple rumors that the third season of the anime would be ready by the end of 2020, but that doesn’t make any sense.

The first season of One Punch Man launched in 2016 and the second season ended in early 2019, which means there is no way the third season will premiere this early. One Punch Man season 3 may premiere in mid-2022 at the earliest and will have 12 episodes similar to previous seasons.

One Punch Man Season 3

Saitama against new monsters

The season 3 spoilers will be based on the Monster Association Arc that is currently running in the manga series. There is a whole group of monsters ready to attack the city, but Saitama will defeat them all without any extra effort.

There are some fan theories that Garou will get new powers in season 3 (spoiler if you haven’t read the manga yet) and Saitama won’t be able to defeat him with a single hit. The Saitama vs Garou fight is bound to happen in anime history at one point and it will be epic.

Finally, One Punch Man season 3 could end with the introduction of Blast, who is also a very powerful hero and a worthy opponent for Saitama. Let’s remember that Blast just debuted (with a new suit and a defined face) in the manga series that you can read in Shonen Jump.


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