'One Punch Man' Season 2 Premieres In November? New Image Theme Indicates Saitama Rises Over Hero Association
"One Punch Man" season 2 might kick off sometime in November, and fans might not see Saitama falling from another hero's power. The new theme image made for the hit hero-parody anime reportedly describes how Saitama remains to be the unbeatable hero.
Too many speculations have been swirling around about "One Punch Man" season 2 since updates were slow to come by. The second installment of the hit anime is already reportedly gracing the small screen later this year but nothing about the show's plot has yet been revealed. There are talks, most especially from avid fans, claiming that "One Punch Man" season 2 will premiere on Nov. 11, but Viz Media remains tight-lipped as it might surprise its followers soon with a big trailer announcement.
Among the theories about "One Punch Man" season 2 arc, Saitama's possible defeat has become the most shared thought, but with the manga and anime's success, ending the bald hero's adventures with only two seasons might be farfetched. The new image theme of the upcoming installment, which has the title "The Hero! Light a Fire in this Enraged Fist" performed by JAM Project also reportedly indicates that Saitama remains to be the strongest hero.
"One Punch Man" surprised many viewers when it first came to television in 2015. Saitama appeared to be the strongest man and he has already battled countless heroes on his journey to finding "the one" that can defeat him. The first season has however ended with the bald hero defeating Lord Boros, but fan theories claim that the villain will return to exact his revenge.
A new nemesis is also said to come in the form of Garou who is well believed by many to give Saitama his first defeat. Another fan has however pointed out that the said villain will only be introduced at the end of "One Punch Man" season 2 and will make a full appearance in the third installment. Other strong heroes like King and Watchman Dog among others are also said to rise, but another interesting plot theory has been re-shared online claiming Saitama will be seen falling into the darkness.
A failed love is rumored to become the catalyst in Saitama's change. It is said that he will choose to side the evil and his ally, Genos might be the one to end his life. Fans of the manga version have however suggested that viewers read the webcomic to see how the theories are already becoming unfounded.
'One Punch Man' Season 2 Spoilers: Saitama Remains More Powerful Than Garou; Watchman Dog, Bang And Other Heroes Go Against Garou
Fans came up with a prediction on how "One Punch Man" season 2 will end. From discussions, fans believe that Saitama will remain more powerful than Garou and that the new villain will only be introduced towards the end of the installment.
'One Punch Man' Updates: Season 2 Slated To Air On Anime's Anniversary; Saitama's Adventures Now Available On Netflix
The full episodes of "One Punch Man" season 1 is already available for streaming on Netflix. The company has however not yet confirmed if it will also pick up the anime's season 2. The new installment is being rumored to air on "One Punch Man's" anniversary in October.
'One Punch Man' Season 2 Focus Shifted On Monster Association? Saitama And Geno Make A Crossover With "Dragon Ball"
"One Punch Man" season 2 is reportedly following the Monster Association Arc. Meanwhile, Saitama and Genos were recently featured in the #CellGames Saga crossover parody.
'One Punch Man' Season 2: Saitama Finally Meets His Equal; Show To Follow Manga Arc?
"One Punch Man" season 2 is reportedly leaning towards its source comic book. Followers believe that the new season will follow the Hero Hunt arc which will lead Saitama to meet a worthy oponent through Gorau.
'One Punch Man' Season 2 Will Possibly Air In Spring 2018; Anime Picks Up After Saitama And King’s Encounter
"One Punch Man" Season 2 has yet to air but it seems like the release date has been hinted and fans will probably see the return of the caped baldy soon.
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