‘One Punch Man’ Season 2 Rumors: Saitama’s Back Story To Be Revealed?

Recent "One Punch Man" Season 2 rumors suggest that instead of continuing from where the first season ended, the new season will show the backstory of Saitama. Die-hard fans of the anime series were given many speculations that season 2 will pick up from season 1. However, if this new theory is true, then fans could expect to know more of Saitama's background.

Saitama's Origin Will Be Featured

Apparently, these "One Punch Man" Season 2 rumors were induced by an image posted online relating to the anime TV series. The image indicated that Saitama's background and origin will be the subject of the second season. A lot of speculations have been going around since the showing of season one about the source of Saitama's powers.

Where Did Saitama Get His Powers?

A Reddit user who goes by the name DerRobag has posted some theories about where Saitama got his powers. He mentioned that the previous season did not offer much information about this and Saitama's early life. Some of the comments he posted indicated some "One Punch Man" Season 2 rumors which are interesting.

Is Saitama Actually A Monster?

DerRobag says that it is possible that Saitama is actually a monster. His "One Punch Man" Season 2 rumors suggest that monsters are former humans who became powerful because of their obsession. Saitama wanted badly to become a powerful hero who can defeat his enemies by one punch alone so he trains daily. Since his goal is noble and not selfish, he was able to retain his human appearance.

Season 2 Might Reveal The Beginning

"One Punch Man" Season 2 rumors also indicate that its title will be "The Beginning." This will be good for the story since there are only a few things revealed about Saitama's past in the first season. Fans really don't know how he was able to develop his amazing one-punch power. But fans have to take these rumors with a grain of salt until the creator has confirmed them.

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