‘One Punch Man Season 3’: Release Date, Plot, And Updates you should to know before watching!

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Adapted from the manga illustration created by Yusuke Murata, One-Punch Man is a superhero series created by artist One.

This series has a rating of 8.8 out of 10, and during its release, it went viral getting about 7.9 million hits in 2012.

It has two seasons; Season 1 premiered on October 4, 2015, with 12 episodes, and Season 2 was aired on April 9, 2019, having 12 episodes.

Release date of One-Punch Man Season 3

Season 3 of this series is to release in the year 2021, but no official announcements have come. The trailer for the upcoming series is still much awaited.

Cast

The cast members include Makoto Furukawa voicing for Saitama, Genos by Kaito Ishikawa, Robbie Daymond for Mumen Rider, Kirk Thornton for Sitch, Ben Lepley for Amai Mask, Greg Chun for Garou and Chris Tergliafera for Tank-Top Tiger.

Plot

The series revolves around a young man Saitama. Saitama is known to have immense power, and to have killed evil forces with a single punch, hence the name of the series. In the first episode itself, we can see that Saitama saves a girl from Crablante. 

Later it is seen that Saitama saves Genos, a nineteen-year-old cyborg from the mosquito girl. Impressed by Saitama’s power and being grateful for rescuing him, Genos wanted to be Saitama’s disciple.

In the later episodes, Genos suggests Saitama joins the Hero’s Association to use his powers against many other monsters. In the association, heroes are divided into classes ranging from C to S. Genos was given a higher S class, and Genos being weak in non-physical tests was given a C-class. But in the later episodes, we see that Saitama changes this by defeating many monsters and placing himself in the fifth position.

In the second season, Garou, a human monster and believed to hate heroes, challenges Saitama and his association. Although wanting to be a complete monster, Garou declines the Monster Association’s Offer of turning him to an absolute Monster.

In the last episode of Season 2, Garou is defeated, and Phoenix plans to take him to Orochi. Will he join hands with Monster’s Association?