Saitama and Tatsumaki’s highly awaited fight has finally begun in One-Punch Man, and as a result of their superpowered clash, the latest episode of the series has unveiled a new side of the Terrible Tornado.
It appears that psychics will be a key focus going forward given a new group disturbing the peace. The manga is currently investigating how the Hero Association’s status quo has evolved since all of the battles against the Monster Association. Due to this, Tatsumaki and her sister Fubuki are even more crucial to what happens next.
In addition to revealing that the psychic organization Tsukuyomi is beginning to move now that the Hero Association has been weakened by all of the changes taking place, the previous chapters of the series also sparked a conflict between Saitama and Tatsumaki because he wanted to stop her from using her ferocious power to destroy the new Hero Association base. But as the conflict goes on, Tatsumaki seems almost relieved that she is up against someone strong enough to defeat her.
One-Punch Man manga’s most recent chapter which is the 177th one begins shortly after Saitama successfully drags Tatsumaki from the Hero Association headquarters. Despite her best efforts, however, he refuses to leave the premises. Tatsumaki then increases her power because she knows Saitama can withstand it and uses her skills to create a complete tornado. Saitama is able to dodge anything she throws his way, so this doesn’t bother him at all, and she simply keeps becoming stronger.
Tatsumaki starts to smile as the story comes to a close and says that she can’t authoriz” her sister to someone she thinks is slow and weak. It’s evident that she’s enjoying fighting against someone who can truly push her, like Saitama, and that her attitude has changed from when she first entered the fight. The two might be developing an odd interest at the same moment. Saitama, though, naturally just wants to finish it and go home.
One-Punch Man season 3 anime will premiere on 2023.
The famous character designer for the anime’s first and second seasons Chikashi Kubota, drew the teaser visual for the third season.
One-Punch Man is a Japanese superhero establishment made by ONE. It recounts the tale of Saitama, a superhuman who can vanquish any rival with a single punch however tries to locate a commendable adversary subsequent to becoming exhausted by an absence of challenge because of his staggering strength. ONE composed the first webcomic rendition in mid-2009.
A digital manga revamp started distribution on Shueisha’s Tonari no Young Jump site in June 2012. The manga is illustrated by the talented Yusuke Murata, and its chapters are occasionally ordered and distributed into individual tankōbon volumes. As of January 2021, 23 volumes have been delivered. In North America, Viz Media has authorized the change manga for English language discharge and was serialized in its Weekly Shonen Jump advanced magazine.
The anime adaptation of the manga, created by Madhouse, was communicated in Japan from October to December 2015. A subsequent season, created by J.C.Staff, was communicated from April to July 2019. The anime arrangement is authorized in North America by Viz Media, and debuted in the United States on Adult Swim’s Toonami block in June 2016. The subsequent season debuted in October 2019.
As of June 2012, the first webcomic outperformed 7.9 million hits. As of April 2020, the manga’s remake version had sold more than 30 million duplicates.
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