"One Punch Man" season 2 is just on the horizon but its definite premiere has not yet been revealed. Fans though might want to refresh their memory of the unbeatable Saitama while waiting for the installment by re-watching the anime's first season. "One Punch Man" is already able to stream Netflix which is available in its original Japanese language and English dub.
In line with Netflix's CEO Reed Hasting's desire to explore anime, the streaming service giant has recently added "One Punch Man" on its U.S. catalog. Hastings expressed his aim of investing on creating Netflix's original anime series that will be distributed worldwide like the other hit Japanese cartoon that received international acceptance.
Fans of Saitama can now watch full episodes of "One Punch Man" season 1 on Netflix which originally ran from October to December 2015. The streaming service includes both the original language of the series plus another set for its English dubbed version. The company though has not yet announced if it will also pick up "One Punch Man" season 2 which rumors say might premiere on its anniversary.
Publications started to speculate that "One-Punch Man" season 2 might finally air after two years of long wait in October which marks its first T.V. debut. This has not yet been confirmed but studios creating the series assured fans that the installment will come out anytime this year as it is being prioritized over "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3.
The comical superhero parody easily became a big hit during its first run. Its much-awaited second season is yet to come but there are already multiple theories on what arc will the installment follow. Some based their theories on its manga version where it looks like "One Punch Man" season 2 will deliver an interesting story.
Predictions are persistent in saying that the strongest man on Earth will lose his powers and will taste his first defeat from Garou. Followers of the manga also forecast to see Saitama falling in love which will later bring out his dark side. None of these are of course confirmed, so fans might want to wait to see a trailer dropped sometime soon that will give a clear overview of what to expect from "One Punch Man" season 2.