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July 16, [11]. A monster named Vaccine Man wreaks havoc in a city and is about to kill a young girl when a bald hero named Saitama intervenes and kills him with a single punch.

Saitama recalls the events three years earlier that pushed him to become a hero; after saving a boy with a cleft-chin from Crablante , Saitama resolved to become a hero but became too powerful for his own satisfaction.

Following taking out The Brain and Brawn Brothers , one of whom is a mutated giant, Saitama has a dream about a subterranean race who invades the Earth's surface and actually pose a challenge to him, rekindling a passion for battle he had been missing for years.

However, when Saitama wakes up, he finds that the real Subterranean race is extremely weak. He kills their leader, and the rest immediately retreat.

A cyborg named Genos tracks down a mutant called Mosquito Girl , whose mosquito swarm drains the blood out of everyone they come across within the city.

Genos has a difficult time with Mosquito Girl who almost forces him to activate his self-destruct as a last resort to stop her. Saitama then suddenly stumbles into the fight, easily killing Mosquito Girl.

Despite Genos's extremely boring explanation of his past, Saitama agrees to make Genos his apprentice. Soon after, Mosquito Girl's fellow mutants from the House of Evolution try to capture Saitama, with only Armored Gorilla surviving as he agrees to answer the heroes' questions.

Armored Gorilla tells the story of Doctor Genus , the House of Evolution's founding leader who wants to study Saitama's power to replicate it.

Saitama and Genos reach the House of Evolution's base, forcing Genus to release his strongest creation: the unstable Carnage Kabuto.

After Kabuto effortlessly defeats Genos, Saitama is eager to fight him, but Kabuto cowers upon sensing Saitama's limitless power.

Saitama finally explains the secret to his strength-a simple workout regimen, much to Genos and Genus's astonishment.

This infuriates Kabuto as he transforms into his berserk form, only to be killed when he unwittingly makes Saitama realize that he missed out on a big supermarket sale.

Saitama and Genos rush to the sale while Dr. Genus abandons his research. The hard-headed criminal Hammerhead forms the Paradisers terrorist cell to demand free goods for the unemployed, targeting local business magnate Zeniru using stolen enhancement suits.

Hammerhead flees after surviving a kunai stab to the back of his head, only to run into Saitama, who clarifies his lack of association with the Paradisers despite their shared baldness.

Saitama easily defeats Hammerhead by destroying his suit, but lets him live and run away. Then Sonic, thinking Saitama was one of the Paradisers, attacks him, but is defeated after the ninja accidentally plants his crotch on Saitama's fist.

The ninja quivers in agony and retreats, but not before declaring Saitama his eternal rival. That night, as Hammerhead turns over a new leaf after the owners of the stolen suits nearly killed him, Saitama sulks over his lack of recognition as a hero before Genos suggests they join the Hero Association.

Saitama and Genos pass an exam for the Hero Association, with Genos placing in S-Class while Saitama ends up in C-Class by breaking every record in the physical portion of the exam but doing very poorly in the non-physical sections.

They then attend an orientation seminar by Snakebite Snek , who is annoyed that Saitama does not pay attention to him. Snek tries to newbie crush Saitama, but is humbled when Saitama effortlessly defeats him.

Having received new upgrades, Genos asks Saitama to spar with him and to do so seriously. Saitama humors him, but when he gets serious he completely outclasses Genos before he stops his finishing blow and calmly asks him to go get some food with him.

A-Class Hero Amai Mask meets with Genos to deliver a welcome gift and a warning to take his responsibilities seriously. Genos moves in with Saitama, much to the latter's chagrin.

Saitama tries to come up with ideas for mentoring Genos, then rushes off to find a villain once learning that C-class heroes get dropped off the registry after a week of inactivity.

Sonic demands to settle their alleged rivalry, but Saitama refuses. Sonic then starts causing mayhem to force Saitama to fight him.

Saitama realizes Sonic is doing villainous things and swiftly knocks him out with a tap on the back. Later that day, rumors of a monster skulking around the desolate Z-City reach the Hero Association.

While assumed to be the rumored monster, Kombu Infinity was actually attracted to Z-City by the rumor as well, but Saitama kills the monster and uses its remains for kombu soup.

Sometime later, Genos informs Saitama that he is ranked 6th in popularity despite being in 17th place within the S-class, greatly annoying an envious Saitama.

Scientists and astronomers are busy studying the flight pattern of a meteorite that suddenly changed its trajectory-towards City Z, with all S-Class heroes deployed to intercept the meteor.

Only Genos arrives on the scene, followed by an aged S-Class hero Bang. He tells Genos the meteor evacuation protocols have already begun and that he should clear out before it is too late.

Bang himself cannot leave the city due to family honor and personal reasons, but before he could formally introduce himself, Genos has already left.

Genos theorizes that it is too late to evacuate, seeing the meteor approaching very fast. Another S-Class hero named Metal Knight shows up to test out a new weapon against the meteor but is uninterested in teaming up with Genos.

Despite the overwhelming power displayed, he also fails. Saitama shows up and destroys the meteor with a single punch, impressing Bang and boosting Genos' admiration.

However, the meteor shatters into several meteorites and still manages to destroy the city. The next day, Saitama learns that his rank has jumped from nd to 5th.

After that Saitama goes out to look for more crises for him to deal with to boost his own rank. Much of the city is destroyed but despite that, there are zero casualties reported.

Tanktop Tiger appears and believes Saitama has stolen credit for the meteor destruction. Tanktop Tiger calls his brother Tanktop Black Hole , who begins to rally up a mob against Saitama, putting all the blame on him for the city's destruction.

Tanktop Tiger attacks Saitama, and gets punched into the sky for his trouble. Tanktop Blackhole attacks next, and Saitama catches his fist, crushing it to the point of Tanktop Blackhole begging for mercy and admitting he lied.

Saitama then moves on to the crowd, who were chanting for his resignation, and he shouts everyone down. Saitama clarifies that he is being a hero because he wants to and does not need to be appreciated for it.

Genos appears and tells Saitama that it is time for them to go home. In the post-credits, unseen citizens discuss Saitama's victory over the meteor, while a myriad of ominous creatures located under the sea appear to be gathering.

September 10, [a]. The Seafolk Tribe openly declare war on humanity. Saitama easily kills an octopus-like monster while on his way home.

Mumen Rider is late to the scene and sees only the destroyed body of the creature, and hears the crowd talking about Saitama. Mumen looks Saitama up on the internet and finds that he is powerful, but opinions are divided on him.

At the coast, several large Sea-Folk monsters emerge from the sea, threatening City J. Meanwhile, Genos dries dishes as Saitama watches a news report about Stinger's battle against the Sea-Folk.

They decide to head out to confront the threat. Saitama, Genos, and Mumen Rider all set off to confront the threat. Genos splits off from Saitama to scout ahead.

Sonic fights Sea King to a standstill, but when it starts raining, Sea King unleashes his true form and Sonic is forced to retreat.

Meanwhile, Saitama and Mumen Rider meet each other on the way to the fight. Saitama goes off to find Sonic who was seen running naked through the rain.

Mumen gets a phone call from the Hero Association headquarters and goes to confront Sea King, who has broken into an emergency shelter and is dispatching the heroes there ranging from All Back-Man , Bunbunman , Jet Nice Guy , and Sneck.

Saitama returns to where he met Mumen Rider to find a discarded cell phone. Genos initiates the battle and seemingly overpowers the Deep Sea King until the monster rips off one of his arms.

Genos tells the civilians to flee before being further damaged when shielding a child from a glob of acid the Deep Sea King spewed before Mumen Rider appears.

Despite his determination and the civilians cheering him on, Mumen Rider is brutally beaten until he is caught by Saitama, who had been instructed by the Association to provide backup and arrives in that exact moment.

After exchanging a few words with the Deep Sea King, Saitama defeats him with a single punch, stopping the rain in the process and earning the praise of the civilians.

However, when one of the civilians starts badmouthing the other heroes, Saitama downplays his victory to restore the peoples' faith in the other heroes at the cost of his own public image.

Some time later he and Genos get fan mail, with Saitama getting only one hate mail but also one thank you letter as well as a notification from the Hero Association that his conduct promoted him to st Rank, B-class.

While on his way home, Saitama encounters Mumen Rider in a roadside oden shop. Mumen Rider reveals he sent the thank-you letter and pays for Saitama's dinner.

In the post-credits, a fortune teller named Madame Shibabawa warns an official from the Hero Association that "the Earth is doomed".

At Bang's dojo, Bang tells Saitama and Genos, who were called there by Bang to learn some moves, about how his former best student, Garou , had gone wild and defeated all of his other top students.

Suddenly, a Hero Association member comes and informs the heroes that an emergency has been declared and all S Class heroes have been called to a meeting.

Sitch , a staff member of the association, starts the meeting by telling the heroes that the emergency would be perilous and even with their skills, there is no guarantee of survival.

Also, the great seer, Madame Shibabawa, had died while becoming agitated and choking on a cough pill because of a coughing fit while predicting the future.

Before she died, she left a note. The note read "The Earth is in trouble", prompting a mixed reaction of shock and disbelief among the heroes.

He warns the heroes to prepare for a fight in the next 6 months. Just after he says this, the HQ is attacked by the Skyfolk led by Sky King , who are quickly slain by Melzalgald , a member of an alien mercenary group called the Dark Matter Thieves.

The Dark Matter Thieves' spaceship wipes out City A, causing a large number of casualties as their alien invasion begins.

Just as Melzargard is about to kill some City A civilians, Iaian , a student of Atomic Samurai, arrives and engages him in battle.

Saitama encounters the alien ship and advances towards it. Meanwhile, Melzargard proves to be too strong for Iaian to handle, as Iaian loses his left arm before Atomic Samurai intervenes, saving his student.

Puri Puri Prisoner enters Angel style and attacks Melzargard. Elsewhere, the other S Class heroes discuss how to bring down the ship. As they offer differing views, Genos notes that Saitama has already entered the ship and has slain a large number of the aliens.

He comments that there is no evil that Saitama is unable to defeat. Saitama encounters Goribas , an alien who brags on how easily he would defeat Saitama.

But he is slain, as Saitama punches at everything and continues to destroy the ship, wondering where the boss might be.

At the end, Boros is seen on his throne. Geryuganshoop complains about Groribas' defeat as he and Melzargard are the only elite fighters left alive.

He also informs Boros that the ship is badly damaged by the human intruder but Lord Boros tells him not to fear as the sphere keeping them safe won't allow that to happen.

Meanwhile, Puri Puri Prisoner's efforts turn out to be futile as Melzargard simply regenerates back into his original form. Melzargard tells one of his heads to go and contact the ship for a bombardment.

As the head tries to fly away, Metal Bat smashes it down. Melzargard and Geryuganshoop telepathically tell each other that both sides are dealing with big trouble as Saitama reaches another door.

Melzargard and Geryuganshoop speak telepathically saying the life forms below are persistently attacking him and requests for a cleansing bombardment.

Geryuganshoop is too busy but notifies the artillery crew. Geryuganshoop tries to lead Saitama out of the ship, but Saitama goes in the opposite direction to find the control room.

He finally finds Geryuganshoop, who has incredible telepathic powers that can manipulate everything and anything.

But in the end Saitama nonchalantly throws a pebble at Geryuganshoop and kills him with it. After busting a few more heads with the method Metal Bat has discovered, the four heroes look up to see a shell bombardment about to attack.

As it is fired, Tatsumaki appears and stops the bullets in mid air. She then turns the bullets around and forces them back onto the ship full force.

Mumen Rider helps evacuate a victim to safety, and Stinger and Lightning Max appear wanting to help too. Bang finds another marble and crushes it.

Angry, Melzargard slaps the concrete along with Bang, who takes a direct hit. He sticks onto a building, unconscious. With one more head left, Melzargard threatens to crush Atomic Samurai's head and he retaliates after seeing his comrade in that condition, shredding the Dragon-level monster with Atomic Slash, his ultimate technique.

Saitama finds Boros, who recognizes him as Earth's strongest warrior and shows him respect while explaining he came to Earth because of a prophecy to find his ideal opponent.

Boros starts to fight with Saitama, which leads to Boros losing an arm. The fight continues on, even reaching the point where Saitama is kicked all the way to the moon, but he quickly returns.

Tanktop Master tries to attack the ship by throwing a piece of rubble at it, only for Tatsumaki to throw dozens of pieces of rubble at the ship.

The fight between Saitama and Boros continues and it is revealed that Boros has regenerative powers. Amai Mask appears and blames the S-class heroes for the destruction of City A, nearly causing a fight with Metal Bat which is interrupted by Metal Knight, who emerges to salvage parts of the ship.

Meanwhile, Superalloy Darkshine discovers alien survivors whom Amai Mask promptly executes. Genos sees his past self in Amai Mask.

Saitama emerges from the ship, resulting in Tornado having a tantrum, as she believed she could have handled the ship herself and that Saitama had stolen her fight.

Both A and S Class heroes are invited to reside there. In the post-credits, Saitama destroys Pluton: King of the Underworld with one punch, much to his irritation.

Television special as a recap of the first season. October 12, [32]. A reptilian monster runs away from King due to hearing King's Engine King's heartbeat.

A robot named G4 soon challenges King to a fight, and lets King go at "full power" by going to the bathroom.

King panics because he isn't the "strongest human alive", but a normal ordinary Otaku who happened to be at the place where monsters were destroyed and was given the credit, which he started accepting to become popular.

When King sees Genos fighting G4, King runs away to his house to play his video game. Saitama follows him, and plays video games with King, much to King's chagrin.

A huge bird monster attacks King's place, and in a state of panic King wets his pants and exposes his deception. Saitama kills the bird monster, which makes King realize it was Saitama who had saved him from the monster that gave him the scar on his left eye long ago.

Afterwards, Saitama plays video games with King while Genos gets upgrades from G4's equipment after defeating the robot.

Speed O Sound Sonic leaves the meeting after discovering Saitama was not present, as he only wanted to fight him. In the post credit scene, a man named Garou proclaims that this will be a slaughter party after reading the paper.

During the meeting, Garou insults both the heroes and the villains, saying that he is on the side of monsters and declares everyone as his enemy.

He beats up everyone using his martial arts skill except Sitch as a message to spread the word of Garou.

Meanwhile, Saitama is at his house playing video games on the PlayStation Portable that he stole from King, while Genos is doing chores when Genos hears a knock on the door.

Fubuki fails to convince Saitama, and orders her underlings to attack him, but Saitama easily beats them in one punch.

Fubuki uses her psychic abilities to seemingly defeat Saitama, but Saitama remains unfazed from her attacks.

He then berates her for surrounding herself with underlings, as she thinks that if she's surrounded by underlings she would be stronger. However, he tells her she would eventually face a villain that would be stronger than her and her underlings.

Saitama proclaims that factions are useless, and warns the esper to never insult heroes ever again. Fubuki ignores his lecture and tries to attack him again, but Saitama sees Sonic and Genos fighting behind her and an imminent explosion.

When the explosion clears, it is shown that Saitama saved Fubuki from the blast while remaining unscathed himself. During the scuffle, it seems that there is no clear winner as Sonic is too fast while Genos is way too durable.

Genos tries to create a huge explosion which would knock out Sonic, but Saitama knocks Genos down, reminding him that if he made the explosion, it would have destroyed Saitama's apartment.

Saitama then challenges Sonic, and hilariously counters Sonic's shadow clone move with Killer Move: Serious Series Sideway Jumps by side jumping really fast.

Due to Tatsumaki being overwhelmingly strong compared to her, Fubuki gathers underlings to be stronger.

Elsewhere, Amai Mask brutally kills a monstrous caveman named Suppon, emphasizing her point. Fubuki also says that she would never be Rank Number 1.

Fubuki tries to convince Saitama one last time to join her faction, but Saitama refuses. Before Fubuki could insult him, King arrives to retrieve his video game.

The Hero Association gives Saitama the hero name Caped Baldy because of his appearance, while Genos is named Demon Cyborg due to his aggressive attacks.

In the closing scene, Garou defeats Tank Top Vegetarian in an alleyway. Seemingly due to his frustration with Garou's reappearance, Silver Fang severely beats his only pupil, Charanko, and expels him from his dojo.

Charanko goes to tell Saitama and Genos, and notices that King and Fubuki are also in Saitama's apartment. Genos correctly deduces that Charanko was kicked out because of the reappearance of Garou.

Before they could fight however, Tank Top Vegetarian and his crew arrive to confront Garou. Tank Top Master gains the upper hand, but before he could deal the finishing blow, Mumen Rider jumps in to take the hit, saying that heroes don't kill humans because it's wrong.

Garou seemingly apologizes for his actions, but tries to attack again. With his initial compunctions against using the martial art due to it reminding him of Bang now out of the way, Garou uses it to defeat Tank Top Master, Mumen Rider, Charanko and the entire Tank Top gang before going on his merry way.

Garou finds a boy name Tareo who is reading a hero almanac that describes what each hero does and their movesets, and plans to take out Class A Hero: Golden Ball.

Meanwhile, after hearing all about Garou's martial arts, Saitama decides he wants to see what martial arts are all about. Charanko gives Saitama a ticket to a mixed-martial arts tournament, but warns Saitama that the tournament will disqualify any impersonators, but Saitama doesn't listen.

After beating up a pimp, Garou is walking around when he encounters Saitama, who is planning to buy a wig for the tournament. Mistakenly thinking that Saitama wants to fight him, Garou tries to chop Saitama, but his attack has no effect.

Annoyed, Saitama chops Garou on the back of the neck, and Garou is knocked out. In the post-credit scene, Genos catches Saitama putting on his wig, so he asks Dr.

Kuseno over his phone to implant artificial fibers to give Saitama the appearance of hair, much to Saitama's annoyance.

It is revealed that when Garou was young, he always rooted for the bad guys to win due to the good guys being too popular.

When he asked his father, his father replies that the good guys will always win. Garou find that unfair to the monsters because to him the monsters were always the ones trying their best to win, but will lose all the time because they were seen as "freaks.

Garou wakes up from his defeat against Saitama, with no memory of what happened. Saitama signs up for the fighting tournament, and is looking over a list of the contestants of the tournament when Sour Face, a former disciple of Bang, shows up.

Sour Face plans to win the tournament to be famous like Bang, and reveals that the year before a contestant named Wolfman won the tournament.

However the authorities found the real Wolfman tied up, which is why there's a new rule that if there are any participants that are wearing disguises or is an imposter, then the participant will be disqualified and banned from the tournament forever, as well as paying a heavy fee.

It is also revealed that 6 months ago Garou decided that he has nothing left to learn and rampaged through the dojo, disabling many of the students, including Sour Face.

Garou then received a beating from Bang and was expelled from the dojo, which also caused Sour Face to quit the dojo.

When Sour Face insults "Charanko", Saitama points out that at least Charanko was brave enough to fight against Garou one on one while Sour Face quit, and vows to win the tournament which angers Sour Face.

Meanwhile, the Hero Association plans to protect its officials from monster attacks by assigning S Class Heroes.

King manages to get away by lying that he's fighting against a secret boss when in reality he is playing a video game.

Suddenly, another monster named Senior Centipede attacks Metal Bat. A monster named Raffleseidon appears and puts on sleeping gases which knocks out Narinki and Waganma.

Metal Bat is forced to endure many hits before hitting himself in the head, which pumps adrenaline into his system, rendering the gas useless and enabling him to kill the two Demon Level monsters with one hit apiece.

Garou initiates the fight by attacking Metal Bat, and Metal Bat barely manages to block the preemptive blow. In the post-credit scene, a martial artist named Suiryu asks two girls to lead him to the Fight tournament.

Metal Knight tries to defeat Elder Centipede, but fails to even scratch the behemoth monster. After a lengthy battle Garou defeats Metal Bat, but grudgingly admits that Metal Bat would have won if he managed to hit him even once.

Metal Bat gets up and nearly kills Garou when Garou's back is turned, but stops when his younger sister, Zenko, finds him. Garou counterattacks, but Zenko gets between them and orders them to stop fighting.

Garou relents having a soft spot for kids and walks away to find Watchdog Man. Metal Bat tries again to go after Elder Centipede, but collapses due to too much damage from his battles with Elder Centipede and Garou after Zenko slaps him back down to get him to stop.

The two C Class heroes Pineapple and Mohican who have Narinki and Waganma are confronted by Rhino Wrestler and are swiftly defeated, which causes the monsters to capture Waganma.

Phoenix Man promises Garou that they will meet again if Garou will continue to hunt for heroes, and tells Elder Centipede and the rest of the monsters to retreat, with Metal Knight following them.

Bang and Bomb continue to try to find Garou, and Bang lets out his frustration on a Demon-level monster named Boxing Demon, killing him violently with a ruthless barrage of blows.

Before Do-S can kill Dynamite Man her power being that if she whips someone, they will be under her control with her mind controlled heroes, Fubuki stops her attack.

Suiryu notices Bakuzan's bloodlust toward him, and is only after the prize money, although Suiryu wishes he could have fought against WolfMan Garou in disguise.

After Lightning Max defeats Ring Ring, Zakkos reveals that the fighters are often paired up based on their looks.

Saitama deduces that Zakkos is weak since he's paired up with Saitama Saitama being sorted due to him appearing "weak.

In the post-credit scene, Saitama slaps Zakkos, defeating him in one hit, much to Saitama's annoyance. Suiryu notices Saitama's strength and is excited to face him in the finals.

A second season, produced by J. Staff , was broadcast from April to July The second season premiered in October As of June , the original webcomic surpassed 7.

As of July , the manga remake had over 20 million copies. On a supercontinent Earth, powerful monsters and villains have been wreaking havoc in the cities.

In response, the millionaire Agoni creates the Hero Association , which employs superheroes to fight evil. Saitama , an unassociated hero, hails from City Z and performs heroic deeds for his own enjoyment.

He has trained himself to the point of being able to defeat any enemy with a single punch, but his unmatched strength has left him with an overwhelming sense of boredom.

Saitama eventually becomes a reluctant mentor to Genos , a cyborg seeking revenge against another cyborg who killed his family and destroyed his hometown.

Saitama and Genos join the Hero Association, but due to scoring low on the written entry exam, Saitama is placed at a low-entry rank, and his feats remain unnoticed and unappreciated by the public.

The Hero Association calls all the top heroes to a meeting, informing them that the seer Shibabawa had a vision that the world is in danger.

Immediately after the meeting, an alien named Boros invades the planet. The heroes fight the invaders outside Boros's ship, while Saitama boards the ship and fights Boros.

Saitama meets other heroes, such as the martial artist Bang , the esper Blizzard , and King , a hero considered the strongest man on Earth. Monsters also begin to appear at a rising rate.

Another growing threat is the rogue martial artist Garo , Bang's former apprentice and self-dubbed "Hero Hunter", who fights and defeats heroes to grow stronger.

The monster influx is revealed to be the doing of the Monster Association , an organization composed of monsters intent on destroying the Hero Association.

They attack various cities, kidnap a Hero Association executive's child, and recruit fighters by offering them "monster cells", which cause humans to mutate into monsters with extraordinary abilities.

Throughout all this, Garo bonds with a child who idolizes heroes, seeks out heroes to battle, and greatly improves his fighting abilities.

The Monster Association attempts to recruit him, and kidnaps the child when Garo refuses. Garo enters the Monster Association headquarters in City Z to rescue the child, but is captured.

The Hero Association also breaches the headquarters to rescue the executives' child and a chaotic battle ensues, in which City Z is destroyed.

The majority of the Monster Association's leaders are slain, but many of the heroes, having grown overconfident in their abilities, are defeated.

Garo, having achieved tremendous power, defeats the remaining heroes, before Saitama in turn arrives and defeats him. Despite the objections of the other heroes, Saitama spares Garo's life and lets him flee for parts unknown.

In the aftermath of the battle, the Hero Association's poor performance leads to public opinion of them plummeting.

Several heroes and officials decide to retire or defect to the Neo Heroes, a burgeoning rival group that appears to be more effective in handling the growing monster threats with its larger membership and the leadership of the hero Blue, who claims to be the son of the long-missing Blast.

ONE said: "Punching is oftentimes pretty useless against life's problems. But inside One-Punch Man ' s universe, I made Saitama a sort of guy who was capable of adapting his life to the world that surrounded him, only armed with his immense power.

The only obstacles he faces are mundane things, like running short of money. ONE has taken several breaks from updating the webcomic.

In February , he put the series on hiatus, deciding to take a one-year break due to family circumstances. Murata had been an enormous fan of One-Punch Man and was ill at the time.

Looking back, he said, "Around that time, I was actually really sick. I broke out in hives , my inner organs were infected, and I couldn't breathe well with my windpipes [ sic ] swelling.

I was in the hospital when I thought, 'Ah, I guess people die just like that. I want to draw manga with Mr.

That's what I thought. The first volume was published on December 12, An anime adaptation was announced in the 15th issue of Weekly Young Jump on March 10, Ken Hashimoto served as the color key artist, Akane Fushihara served as the director of photography , Kashiko Kimura served as the series editor, and Shoji Hata did sound design.

A second season was confirmed in September Tomohiro Suzuki, Chikashi Kubota, and Makoto Miyazaki reprised their roles as series composer, character designer, and music composer, respectively.

It was released in Japan on February 27, , and worldwide on February 28, [56]. On April 21, , Sony 's Columbia Pictures announced that a live-action film adaptation was in development.

The webcomic was considered an instant success shortly after its inception, receiving thousands of views and comments within weeks.

On Nitosha. The number of comments gradually increased, and by the time ONE had published the 30th chapter, he was receiving nearly comments per update.

One-Punch Man had 2. Once released in the United States, both the first and second volumes debuted on the New York Times Manga Best Sellers list , in first and second place respectively, and remained there for two weeks.

The first season of the anime received critical acclaim, receiving praise for its uniqueness, animation, humor, characters and fight scenes.

The second season received mixed reviews. Although the humor, characters, and story were still praised, reviewers unanimously criticized the drop in the quality of the animation following the change of studios.

The direction, pacing, and fights were also criticized, as was the last episode for feeling like an improper season finale. This is almost certainly down to a change in director.

IGN gave the season a five out of ten rating, calling it "mediocre". Although they felt the humor and characters were on par with the first season, they were very critical of the animation and pacing, saying: "[the animation was] taking horrendous shortcuts to get the fights done and dusted in as simple a way as possible.

Gone are the intricately detailed character action shots, with dynamic slow motion and constantly-shifting camerawork.

Instead, we have flashes, cuts to black, and machine-gun punches all reminiscent of the drawn-out fight scenes of Dragon Ball Z from more than twenty years ago.

If you're only in it for the advancement of the plot, it's all here. But it's also all in the manga, and that looks an awful lot better than this season.

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Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. July 16, [11]. A monster named Vaccine Man wreaks havoc in a city and is about to kill a young girl when a bald hero named Saitama intervenes and kills him with a single punch.

Saitama recalls the events three years earlier that pushed him to become a hero; after saving a boy with a cleft-chin from Crablante , Saitama resolved to become a hero but became too powerful for his own satisfaction.

Following taking out The Brain and Brawn Brothers , one of whom is a mutated giant, Saitama has a dream about a subterranean race who invades the Earth's surface and actually pose a challenge to him, rekindling a passion for battle he had been missing for years.

However, when Saitama wakes up, he finds that the real Subterranean race is extremely weak. He kills their leader, and the rest immediately retreat.

A cyborg named Genos tracks down a mutant called Mosquito Girl , whose mosquito swarm drains the blood out of everyone they come across within the city.

Genos has a difficult time with Mosquito Girl who almost forces him to activate his self-destruct as a last resort to stop her. Saitama then suddenly stumbles into the fight, easily killing Mosquito Girl.

Despite Genos's extremely boring explanation of his past, Saitama agrees to make Genos his apprentice. Soon after, Mosquito Girl's fellow mutants from the House of Evolution try to capture Saitama, with only Armored Gorilla surviving as he agrees to answer the heroes' questions.

Armored Gorilla tells the story of Doctor Genus , the House of Evolution's founding leader who wants to study Saitama's power to replicate it.

Saitama and Genos reach the House of Evolution's base, forcing Genus to release his strongest creation: the unstable Carnage Kabuto.

After Kabuto effortlessly defeats Genos, Saitama is eager to fight him, but Kabuto cowers upon sensing Saitama's limitless power.

Saitama finally explains the secret to his strength-a simple workout regimen, much to Genos and Genus's astonishment. This infuriates Kabuto as he transforms into his berserk form, only to be killed when he unwittingly makes Saitama realize that he missed out on a big supermarket sale.

Saitama and Genos rush to the sale while Dr. Genus abandons his research. The hard-headed criminal Hammerhead forms the Paradisers terrorist cell to demand free goods for the unemployed, targeting local business magnate Zeniru using stolen enhancement suits.

Hammerhead flees after surviving a kunai stab to the back of his head, only to run into Saitama, who clarifies his lack of association with the Paradisers despite their shared baldness.

Saitama easily defeats Hammerhead by destroying his suit, but lets him live and run away. Then Sonic, thinking Saitama was one of the Paradisers, attacks him, but is defeated after the ninja accidentally plants his crotch on Saitama's fist.

The ninja quivers in agony and retreats, but not before declaring Saitama his eternal rival. That night, as Hammerhead turns over a new leaf after the owners of the stolen suits nearly killed him, Saitama sulks over his lack of recognition as a hero before Genos suggests they join the Hero Association.

Saitama and Genos pass an exam for the Hero Association, with Genos placing in S-Class while Saitama ends up in C-Class by breaking every record in the physical portion of the exam but doing very poorly in the non-physical sections.

They then attend an orientation seminar by Snakebite Snek , who is annoyed that Saitama does not pay attention to him.

Snek tries to newbie crush Saitama, but is humbled when Saitama effortlessly defeats him. Having received new upgrades, Genos asks Saitama to spar with him and to do so seriously.

Saitama humors him, but when he gets serious he completely outclasses Genos before he stops his finishing blow and calmly asks him to go get some food with him.

A-Class Hero Amai Mask meets with Genos to deliver a welcome gift and a warning to take his responsibilities seriously.

Genos moves in with Saitama, much to the latter's chagrin. Saitama tries to come up with ideas for mentoring Genos, then rushes off to find a villain once learning that C-class heroes get dropped off the registry after a week of inactivity.

Sonic demands to settle their alleged rivalry, but Saitama refuses. Sonic then starts causing mayhem to force Saitama to fight him.

Saitama realizes Sonic is doing villainous things and swiftly knocks him out with a tap on the back. Later that day, rumors of a monster skulking around the desolate Z-City reach the Hero Association.

While assumed to be the rumored monster, Kombu Infinity was actually attracted to Z-City by the rumor as well, but Saitama kills the monster and uses its remains for kombu soup.

Sometime later, Genos informs Saitama that he is ranked 6th in popularity despite being in 17th place within the S-class, greatly annoying an envious Saitama.

Scientists and astronomers are busy studying the flight pattern of a meteorite that suddenly changed its trajectory-towards City Z, with all S-Class heroes deployed to intercept the meteor.

Only Genos arrives on the scene, followed by an aged S-Class hero Bang. He tells Genos the meteor evacuation protocols have already begun and that he should clear out before it is too late.

Bang himself cannot leave the city due to family honor and personal reasons, but before he could formally introduce himself, Genos has already left.

Genos theorizes that it is too late to evacuate, seeing the meteor approaching very fast. Another S-Class hero named Metal Knight shows up to test out a new weapon against the meteor but is uninterested in teaming up with Genos.

Despite the overwhelming power displayed, he also fails. Saitama shows up and destroys the meteor with a single punch, impressing Bang and boosting Genos' admiration.

However, the meteor shatters into several meteorites and still manages to destroy the city. The next day, Saitama learns that his rank has jumped from nd to 5th.

After that Saitama goes out to look for more crises for him to deal with to boost his own rank. Much of the city is destroyed but despite that, there are zero casualties reported.

Tanktop Tiger appears and believes Saitama has stolen credit for the meteor destruction. Tanktop Tiger calls his brother Tanktop Black Hole , who begins to rally up a mob against Saitama, putting all the blame on him for the city's destruction.

Tanktop Tiger attacks Saitama, and gets punched into the sky for his trouble. Tanktop Blackhole attacks next, and Saitama catches his fist, crushing it to the point of Tanktop Blackhole begging for mercy and admitting he lied.

Saitama then moves on to the crowd, who were chanting for his resignation, and he shouts everyone down. Saitama clarifies that he is being a hero because he wants to and does not need to be appreciated for it.

Genos appears and tells Saitama that it is time for them to go home. In the post-credits, unseen citizens discuss Saitama's victory over the meteor, while a myriad of ominous creatures located under the sea appear to be gathering.

September 10, [a]. The Seafolk Tribe openly declare war on humanity. Saitama easily kills an octopus-like monster while on his way home. Mumen Rider is late to the scene and sees only the destroyed body of the creature, and hears the crowd talking about Saitama.

Mumen looks Saitama up on the internet and finds that he is powerful, but opinions are divided on him. At the coast, several large Sea-Folk monsters emerge from the sea, threatening City J.

Meanwhile, Genos dries dishes as Saitama watches a news report about Stinger's battle against the Sea-Folk. They decide to head out to confront the threat.

Saitama, Genos, and Mumen Rider all set off to confront the threat. Genos splits off from Saitama to scout ahead.

Sonic fights Sea King to a standstill, but when it starts raining, Sea King unleashes his true form and Sonic is forced to retreat.

Meanwhile, Saitama and Mumen Rider meet each other on the way to the fight. Saitama goes off to find Sonic who was seen running naked through the rain.

Mumen gets a phone call from the Hero Association headquarters and goes to confront Sea King, who has broken into an emergency shelter and is dispatching the heroes there ranging from All Back-Man , Bunbunman , Jet Nice Guy , and Sneck.

Saitama returns to where he met Mumen Rider to find a discarded cell phone. Genos initiates the battle and seemingly overpowers the Deep Sea King until the monster rips off one of his arms.

Genos tells the civilians to flee before being further damaged when shielding a child from a glob of acid the Deep Sea King spewed before Mumen Rider appears.

Despite his determination and the civilians cheering him on, Mumen Rider is brutally beaten until he is caught by Saitama, who had been instructed by the Association to provide backup and arrives in that exact moment.

After exchanging a few words with the Deep Sea King, Saitama defeats him with a single punch, stopping the rain in the process and earning the praise of the civilians.

However, when one of the civilians starts badmouthing the other heroes, Saitama downplays his victory to restore the peoples' faith in the other heroes at the cost of his own public image.

Some time later he and Genos get fan mail, with Saitama getting only one hate mail but also one thank you letter as well as a notification from the Hero Association that his conduct promoted him to st Rank, B-class.

While on his way home, Saitama encounters Mumen Rider in a roadside oden shop. Mumen Rider reveals he sent the thank-you letter and pays for Saitama's dinner.

In the post-credits, a fortune teller named Madame Shibabawa warns an official from the Hero Association that "the Earth is doomed".

At Bang's dojo, Bang tells Saitama and Genos, who were called there by Bang to learn some moves, about how his former best student, Garou , had gone wild and defeated all of his other top students.

Suddenly, a Hero Association member comes and informs the heroes that an emergency has been declared and all S Class heroes have been called to a meeting.

Sitch , a staff member of the association, starts the meeting by telling the heroes that the emergency would be perilous and even with their skills, there is no guarantee of survival.

Also, the great seer, Madame Shibabawa, had died while becoming agitated and choking on a cough pill because of a coughing fit while predicting the future.

Before she died, she left a note. The note read "The Earth is in trouble", prompting a mixed reaction of shock and disbelief among the heroes.

He warns the heroes to prepare for a fight in the next 6 months. Just after he says this, the HQ is attacked by the Skyfolk led by Sky King , who are quickly slain by Melzalgald , a member of an alien mercenary group called the Dark Matter Thieves.

The Dark Matter Thieves' spaceship wipes out City A, causing a large number of casualties as their alien invasion begins.

Just as Melzargard is about to kill some City A civilians, Iaian , a student of Atomic Samurai, arrives and engages him in battle. Saitama encounters the alien ship and advances towards it.

Meanwhile, Melzargard proves to be too strong for Iaian to handle, as Iaian loses his left arm before Atomic Samurai intervenes, saving his student.

Puri Puri Prisoner enters Angel style and attacks Melzargard. Elsewhere, the other S Class heroes discuss how to bring down the ship. As they offer differing views, Genos notes that Saitama has already entered the ship and has slain a large number of the aliens.

He comments that there is no evil that Saitama is unable to defeat. Saitama encounters Goribas , an alien who brags on how easily he would defeat Saitama.

But he is slain, as Saitama punches at everything and continues to destroy the ship, wondering where the boss might be.

At the end, Boros is seen on his throne. Geryuganshoop complains about Groribas' defeat as he and Melzargard are the only elite fighters left alive.

He also informs Boros that the ship is badly damaged by the human intruder but Lord Boros tells him not to fear as the sphere keeping them safe won't allow that to happen.

Meanwhile, Puri Puri Prisoner's efforts turn out to be futile as Melzargard simply regenerates back into his original form.

Melzargard tells one of his heads to go and contact the ship for a bombardment. As the head tries to fly away, Metal Bat smashes it down. Melzargard and Geryuganshoop telepathically tell each other that both sides are dealing with big trouble as Saitama reaches another door.

Melzargard and Geryuganshoop speak telepathically saying the life forms below are persistently attacking him and requests for a cleansing bombardment.

Geryuganshoop is too busy but notifies the artillery crew. Geryuganshoop tries to lead Saitama out of the ship, but Saitama goes in the opposite direction to find the control room.

He finally finds Geryuganshoop, who has incredible telepathic powers that can manipulate everything and anything. But in the end Saitama nonchalantly throws a pebble at Geryuganshoop and kills him with it.

After busting a few more heads with the method Metal Bat has discovered, the four heroes look up to see a shell bombardment about to attack.

As it is fired, Tatsumaki appears and stops the bullets in mid air. She then turns the bullets around and forces them back onto the ship full force. Mumen Rider helps evacuate a victim to safety, and Stinger and Lightning Max appear wanting to help too.

Bang finds another marble and crushes it. Angry, Melzargard slaps the concrete along with Bang, who takes a direct hit. He sticks onto a building, unconscious.

With one more head left, Melzargard threatens to crush Atomic Samurai's head and he retaliates after seeing his comrade in that condition, shredding the Dragon-level monster with Atomic Slash, his ultimate technique.

Saitama finds Boros, who recognizes him as Earth's strongest warrior and shows him respect while explaining he came to Earth because of a prophecy to find his ideal opponent.

Boros starts to fight with Saitama, which leads to Boros losing an arm. The fight continues on, even reaching the point where Saitama is kicked all the way to the moon, but he quickly returns.

Tanktop Master tries to attack the ship by throwing a piece of rubble at it, only for Tatsumaki to throw dozens of pieces of rubble at the ship.

The fight between Saitama and Boros continues and it is revealed that Boros has regenerative powers. Amai Mask appears and blames the S-class heroes for the destruction of City A, nearly causing a fight with Metal Bat which is interrupted by Metal Knight, who emerges to salvage parts of the ship.

Meanwhile, Superalloy Darkshine discovers alien survivors whom Amai Mask promptly executes. Genos sees his past self in Amai Mask. Saitama emerges from the ship, resulting in Tornado having a tantrum, as she believed she could have handled the ship herself and that Saitama had stolen her fight.

Both A and S Class heroes are invited to reside there. In the post-credits, Saitama destroys Pluton: King of the Underworld with one punch, much to his irritation.

Television special as a recap of the first season. October 12, [32]. A reptilian monster runs away from King due to hearing King's Engine King's heartbeat.

A robot named G4 soon challenges King to a fight, and lets King go at "full power" by going to the bathroom. King panics because he isn't the "strongest human alive", but a normal ordinary Otaku who happened to be at the place where monsters were destroyed and was given the credit, which he started accepting to become popular.

When King sees Genos fighting G4, King runs away to his house to play his video game. Saitama follows him, and plays video games with King, much to King's chagrin.

A huge bird monster attacks King's place, and in a state of panic King wets his pants and exposes his deception. Saitama kills the bird monster, which makes King realize it was Saitama who had saved him from the monster that gave him the scar on his left eye long ago.

Afterwards, Saitama plays video games with King while Genos gets upgrades from G4's equipment after defeating the robot.

Speed O Sound Sonic leaves the meeting after discovering Saitama was not present, as he only wanted to fight him. In the post credit scene, a man named Garou proclaims that this will be a slaughter party after reading the paper.

During the meeting, Garou insults both the heroes and the villains, saying that he is on the side of monsters and declares everyone as his enemy.

He beats up everyone using his martial arts skill except Sitch as a message to spread the word of Garou. Meanwhile, Saitama is at his house playing video games on the PlayStation Portable that he stole from King, while Genos is doing chores when Genos hears a knock on the door.

Fubuki fails to convince Saitama, and orders her underlings to attack him, but Saitama easily beats them in one punch.

Fubuki uses her psychic abilities to seemingly defeat Saitama, but Saitama remains unfazed from her attacks. He then berates her for surrounding herself with underlings, as she thinks that if she's surrounded by underlings she would be stronger.

However, he tells her she would eventually face a villain that would be stronger than her and her underlings.

Saitama proclaims that factions are useless, and warns the esper to never insult heroes ever again. Fubuki ignores his lecture and tries to attack him again, but Saitama sees Sonic and Genos fighting behind her and an imminent explosion.

When the explosion clears, it is shown that Saitama saved Fubuki from the blast while remaining unscathed himself. During the scuffle, it seems that there is no clear winner as Sonic is too fast while Genos is way too durable.

Genos tries to create a huge explosion which would knock out Sonic, but Saitama knocks Genos down, reminding him that if he made the explosion, it would have destroyed Saitama's apartment.

Saitama then challenges Sonic, and hilariously counters Sonic's shadow clone move with Killer Move: Serious Series Sideway Jumps by side jumping really fast.

Due to Tatsumaki being overwhelmingly strong compared to her, Fubuki gathers underlings to be stronger. Elsewhere, Amai Mask brutally kills a monstrous caveman named Suppon, emphasizing her point.

Fubuki also says that she would never be Rank Number 1. Fubuki tries to convince Saitama one last time to join her faction, but Saitama refuses.

Before Fubuki could insult him, King arrives to retrieve his video game. The Hero Association gives Saitama the hero name Caped Baldy because of his appearance, while Genos is named Demon Cyborg due to his aggressive attacks.

In the closing scene, Garou defeats Tank Top Vegetarian in an alleyway. Seemingly due to his frustration with Garou's reappearance, Silver Fang severely beats his only pupil, Charanko, and expels him from his dojo.

Charanko goes to tell Saitama and Genos, and notices that King and Fubuki are also in Saitama's apartment. Genos correctly deduces that Charanko was kicked out because of the reappearance of Garou.

Before they could fight however, Tank Top Vegetarian and his crew arrive to confront Garou. Tank Top Master gains the upper hand, but before he could deal the finishing blow, Mumen Rider jumps in to take the hit, saying that heroes don't kill humans because it's wrong.

Garou seemingly apologizes for his actions, but tries to attack again. With his initial compunctions against using the martial art due to it reminding him of Bang now out of the way, Garou uses it to defeat Tank Top Master, Mumen Rider, Charanko and the entire Tank Top gang before going on his merry way.

Garou finds a boy name Tareo who is reading a hero almanac that describes what each hero does and their movesets, and plans to take out Class A Hero: Golden Ball.

Meanwhile, after hearing all about Garou's martial arts, Saitama decides he wants to see what martial arts are all about.

Charanko gives Saitama a ticket to a mixed-martial arts tournament, but warns Saitama that the tournament will disqualify any impersonators, but Saitama doesn't listen.

After beating up a pimp, Garou is walking around when he encounters Saitama, who is planning to buy a wig for the tournament.

Mistakenly thinking that Saitama wants to fight him, Garou tries to chop Saitama, but his attack has no effect.

Annoyed, Saitama chops Garou on the back of the neck, and Garou is knocked out. In the post-credit scene, Genos catches Saitama putting on his wig, so he asks Dr.

Kuseno over his phone to implant artificial fibers to give Saitama the appearance of hair, much to Saitama's annoyance. It is revealed that when Garou was young, he always rooted for the bad guys to win due to the good guys being too popular.

When he asked his father, his father replies that the good guys will always win. Garou find that unfair to the monsters because to him the monsters were always the ones trying their best to win, but will lose all the time because they were seen as "freaks.

Garou wakes up from his defeat against Saitama, with no memory of what happened. Saitama signs up for the fighting tournament, and is looking over a list of the contestants of the tournament when Sour Face, a former disciple of Bang, shows up.

Sour Face plans to win the tournament to be famous like Bang, and reveals that the year before a contestant named Wolfman won the tournament.

However the authorities found the real Wolfman tied up, which is why there's a new rule that if there are any participants that are wearing disguises or is an imposter, then the participant will be disqualified and banned from the tournament forever, as well as paying a heavy fee.

It is also revealed that 6 months ago Garou decided that he has nothing left to learn and rampaged through the dojo, disabling many of the students, including Sour Face.

Garou then received a beating from Bang and was expelled from the dojo, which also caused Sour Face to quit the dojo. When Sour Face insults "Charanko", Saitama points out that at least Charanko was brave enough to fight against Garou one on one while Sour Face quit, and vows to win the tournament which angers Sour Face.

Meanwhile, the Hero Association plans to protect its officials from monster attacks by assigning S Class Heroes. King manages to get away by lying that he's fighting against a secret boss when in reality he is playing a video game.

Suddenly, another monster named Senior Centipede attacks Metal Bat. A monster named Raffleseidon appears and puts on sleeping gases which knocks out Narinki and Waganma.

Metal Bat is forced to endure many hits before hitting himself in the head, which pumps adrenaline into his system, rendering the gas useless and enabling him to kill the two Demon Level monsters with one hit apiece.

Garou initiates the fight by attacking Metal Bat, and Metal Bat barely manages to block the preemptive blow. In the post-credit scene, a martial artist named Suiryu asks two girls to lead him to the Fight tournament.

Metal Knight tries to defeat Elder Centipede, but fails to even scratch the behemoth monster. After a lengthy battle Garou defeats Metal Bat, but grudgingly admits that Metal Bat would have won if he managed to hit him even once.

Metal Bat gets up and nearly kills Garou when Garou's back is turned, but stops when his younger sister, Zenko, finds him.

Garou counterattacks, but Zenko gets between them and orders them to stop fighting. Garou relents having a soft spot for kids and walks away to find Watchdog Man.

Metal Bat tries again to go after Elder Centipede, but collapses due to too much damage from his battles with Elder Centipede and Garou after Zenko slaps him back down to get him to stop.

The two C Class heroes Pineapple and Mohican who have Narinki and Waganma are confronted by Rhino Wrestler and are swiftly defeated, which causes the monsters to capture Waganma.

Phoenix Man promises Garou that they will meet again if Garou will continue to hunt for heroes, and tells Elder Centipede and the rest of the monsters to retreat, with Metal Knight following them.

Bang and Bomb continue to try to find Garou, and Bang lets out his frustration on a Demon-level monster named Boxing Demon, killing him violently with a ruthless barrage of blows.

Before Do-S can kill Dynamite Man her power being that if she whips someone, they will be under her control with her mind controlled heroes, Fubuki stops her attack.

Suiryu notices Bakuzan's bloodlust toward him, and is only after the prize money, although Suiryu wishes he could have fought against WolfMan Garou in disguise.

After Lightning Max defeats Ring Ring, Zakkos reveals that the fighters are often paired up based on their looks.

Saitama deduces that Zakkos is weak since he's paired up with Saitama Saitama being sorted due to him appearing "weak.

In the post-credit scene, Saitama slaps Zakkos, defeating him in one hit, much to Saitama's annoyance. Suiryu notices Saitama's strength and is excited to face him in the finals.

Lightning Max loses his fight with Suiryu, and Genos gets a message concerning a lot of monsters around the tournament.

Snakebite Snek beats his opponent Benpatsu, and the announcers get messages of a lot of monsters and plan on evacuating the audience, but Bakuzan convinces them not to.

Sourface beats his opponent Jakuman, but they part on good terms. When Saitama faces off against Bakuzan, Bakuzan sadistically describes how he will destroy Saitama, but when Bakuzan touches Saitama's wig and states that he would knock Saitama's "hair" off, Saitama comically punches him out of the tournament in one hit, impressing Suiryu.

Genos manages to kill all but one of the monsters-the last one, the Demon-level Awakened Cockroach, barely escaping. With Genos' back turned, he is suddenly attacked by a Mysterious Being.

Some of the Hero Association members find Pineapple and Mohican, and they learn that Waganma was captured, but not Narinki.

Meanwhile, Do-S successfully manages to brainwash all of Fubuki's henchmen, but Fubuki repels them back.

Do-S says she's attacking Fubuki so that she can face Tatsumaki, but Fubuki tells her that when she's hurt, Tatsumaki will know.

Right on cue, a monster lands in front of Do-S with Tatsumaki arriving. Do-S orders Fubuki's mind-controlled henchmen to attack Tatsumaki while she flees, but Tatsumaki easily knocks the henchmen into buildings.

Tatsumaki gives a lecture to Fubuki that surrounding yourself with henchmen will cause you to become weak before flying away.

Suiryu and Sneck face off, with Suiryu casually avoiding Sneck's strikes and questioning his reasons for fighting.

He taunts Sneck by telling him that he is ineffectual as a hero, and that he sought power with no particular agenda, with his nonchalant attitude enraging Sneck.

However, Suiryu knocks him out with a single blow, musing that no matter what happens, the truly strong will always survive. In the post-credit scene, Garou sees Watchdog Man, Saitama is in the bathroom, and a Dragon-level monster named Gouketsu is revealed to be the one who defeated Genos.

Amai Mask's concert is attacked by monsters, a group of monsters are attacking a hospital where Mumen Rider and Tank Top Master are at, a monster named Nyan looks for Puri Puri Prisoner, but the prisoners reveal that Puri Puri Prisoner escaped prison to fight against the monsters, and two monsters named Gyoro Gyoro and Orochi have captured Metal Knight.

Child Emperor then proceeds to detonate Underdog Man when it's near Eyesight, but that did not successfully kill her as she hardened her skin.

Pig God decides to go after the other monsters in Y-City afterwards. Right when Flashy Flash is about to unleash his final move, Tatsumaki S Class Hero Rank 2 arrives and kills Hundred Eyes Octopus with ease, berating Flashy Flash for being too slow before leaving, but not before Flash insults her back.

Haragiri reveals that he has sided with the Monster Association, and gives the sword masters 3 monster cells which will amplify their strength, speed and skill at the cost of their humanity and turning them into monsters.

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2 Antworten

  1. Taramar sagt:

    der Misslungene Gedanke

  2. Dibei sagt:

    ich beglückwünsche, welche Wörter..., der bemerkenswerte Gedanke

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