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'One Punch Man' Season 2 Release Date's Approaching?; Saitama to Lose His Power before Fighting Garou?

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"One Punch Man" Season 2 release date has been confirmed and the Japanese manga series is said to be longer due to the load of fighting scenes.

"One Punch Man" Season 2 Plot: Saitama Loses His Power while Fighting Garou

One has been one of the most favorite anime series given its satire and weird humor. The fans are obviously waiting for the second season to air and they have been questioning the number of episodes.

"One Punch Man" is a complex series according to ScreenRant. Thus, it is safe to assume that it takes a long time for the creator to finally confirm the release after all this time.

According to recent reports, "One Punch Man" Season 2 is rumored to have more than 12 episodes due to the fighting scenes.

One scene to expect would be the fierce battle between Saitama and Garou. The latter has been Saitama's strongest enemy and his incredible power allows him to survive from the one punch.

The next season sees Saitama's being challenged by Garou but a few speculations have hinted at Saitama's power loss after battling with Boros. If this rumor is to be true, then his condition might not be suitable to fight Garou. The fans will probably find out he will regain his ability in the second season.

"One Punch Man" Season 2 Release Date Confirmed

Many fans have been speculating about the storyline as the manga and web comic have a different path in telling the story of Saitama and Friends. The first season has gone viral with the final episode aired in 2015.

Since then, the fans are eagerly waiting for any news about "One Punch Man" Season 2. According to AnimeNewsNetwork, the creator has officially confirmed during "One Punch Man" Fall Festival that there will be the second season in 2017 albeit not mentioning the exact date.

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