One Punch Man Season 3: Release window, trailer, and all else we know

The much anticipated return of Saitama and Genos for what promises to be their greatest struggle yet is One Punch Man Season 3. These are all the specifics.

One Punch Man quickly established itself as one of the greatest anime series since debuting in 2015. Owing to the lengthy intervals between seasons, the release of new episodes has become as one of the main reasons anime fans throughout the world celebrate.

Ever since Season 2 concluded in 2019, there has been a growing sense of expectation for Season 3, thanks to its vast universe, lovable characters, and caustic comedy. In the meanwhile, series like Jujutsu Kaisen and My Hero Academia have debuted, but One Punch Man has stayed the same.

Saitama, a remarkably relatable hero with unmatched power who can vanquish any foe with a single blow, is at the core of it all. He has trained tirelessly (at the expense of his hair) to develop his superhuman power, but despite this, he still feels dissatisfied and longs for a terrifying challenge. One Punch Season 3 may be bringing that, and we have all the information you need to know.

Is there a One Punch Man Season 3 release date?

One Punch Man Season 3 is expected to be released in 2024. Back in January, voice actor Kaito Ishikawa, who plays Genos, posted on X (formerly Twitter) a list of projects he is due to appear in throughout 2024, with One Punch Man Season 3 appearing on the list.

Another clue arrived when the first trailer was finally revealed in February 2024. This gave us our first peak at the new episodes, and suggested they’re arrive was imminent.

Is there a One Punch Man Season 3 trailer?

The first trailer for One Punch Man Season 3 was released on February 29, 2024. It focuses on Garou, a powerful villain in the Human Monster Arc, of which the Monster Association Arc is the final chapter.

Expect a huge showdown between him and Saitama, of epic proportions. The quality of production is incredibly high in this teaser, suggesting the best fights we’ve seen in the show so far.

One Punch Man Season 3 plot

One-Punch Man Season 3 is adapting the Monster Association Arc, as that’s the next storyline in the manga.

The first 85 chapters of the manga, or 16 volumes, were covered in the first two seasons. Thus, the plot should resume at the conclusion of Season 2, when Saitama defeats Elder Centipede and Garou is taken prisoner, exploring the manga’s Monster Association arc in greater detail.

The Monster Association: A Clash of Factions

The biggest enemy of the Hero Association will always be the Monster Association, headed by King Orochi. In Season 2, we saw how they “monsterized” regular people by making them eat Monster King cells, turning them into fearsome creatures. There are dire repercussions for the planet from this. Furthermore, Season 3 of One Punch Man promises to ramp up the action and stakes inside the One Punch Man universe as rumors of an all-powerful creature known as “God” start to spread.

Will the Monster King still play a role?

Orochi, the Monster King, emerged as a formidable antagonist in Season 2 and is likely to make a comeback in Season 3. Which means the stakes will be even higher for Saitama and Genos.

What about Garou?

Garou, the martial arts prodigy and “Hero Hunter,” also made his screen debut in season two. Based on the manga, he is expected to have a major part in season three. He faces up against the Hero Association in his pursuit of strength, power, and equality. As a Monster Association survivor, we expect a titanic battle between Saitama and the “human monster,” Garou.

A season of intense battles

As the S-Class heroes face the Monster Association in Season 3, the heroes will come under more scrutiny. The greatest-ranking hero, Blast, will be introduced during this arc, along with his quest to get enigmatic cubes so he may speak with “God.” The ancient and all-powerful creature “God” will not only add numerous layers to the tale but also pose a significant danger, making for an exciting and unexpected plot.

What about Saitama?

Although he may not be the universe’s favorite hero, “Caped Baldy” is certainly the fans’. According to the manga, Saitama could play a less important part because the monsters’ headquarters is located beneath his house, which is inconvenient. That being said, you shouldn’t write him off. There’s no way he won’t come through to rescue the day, considering his past.

What you should remember before One Punch Man Season 3

One Punch Man Season 3 will involve an all-out war between heroes and monsters. In case you need a reminder, here are the bullet points.

Season 1 introduced viewers to a world teeming with unique characters, including Saitama’s “sidekick,” the cyborg Genos, and the Hero Association. The episodes followed his rise through the ranks and culminated in a thrilling battle against Boros – an adversary who’s finally worthy of Saitama.

Season 2 followed a similar narrative structure but delved deeper into the overarching story. Saitama, along with Genos and other top heroes, joined forces to combat a growing wave of monster attacks, setting the stage for the Monster Association arc in One Punch Man Season 3.

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