Jan 07, 2017 10:51 AM EST
‘One Punch Man’ Season 2 Air Date: Reportedly Returns in Mid-2017; Saitama Faces Amai Mask, Metal Knight [TRAILER]
The wildly popular Japanese anime series "One Punch Man" is reportedly having its second installment which rumored to return in the mid-2017. The rumored plot of Season 2 tells about the battle between Saitama and two villains named Amai Mask and Bofoi a.k.a Metal Knight. See video for the reported trailer!
"One Punch Man" Season 2 Spoilers and Air Date
The long standing hype of "One Punch Man" Season 2 has finally arrived to speculations that Saitama's secret source of power will finally be revealed which will be the cause of his major downfall. According to MobiPicker, a new villain named Amai Mask will be the one to discover Saitama's secret, thus, use it for his personal interest.
Furthermore, the rumored plot of "One Punch Man" Season 2 also reveals that aside from Amai Mask, another powerful villain will become a threat to Saitama's life and that is Bofoi or also known as Metal Knight. As noted by MobiPicker, Metal Knight an S-Class Rank 7 Hero, will inflict more damage to Saitama that could possibly resulted to his defeat.
Metal Knight is said to be a member of Hero Association who usually wears a laboratory coat and almost dedicated his life towards the endless discovery of high-end technology. Accordingly, his inventions usually end up for his personal benefits such as collecting remnants and useful things from the wrecked ship Dark Matter Thieves.
It can be recalled that in "One Punch Man" Season 1, Drive Knight discreetly told Genos that Metal Knight is a traitor and cannot be trusted. This episode is rumored to be a clue that Metal Knight will Saitama's worst enemy ever.
On the other hand, series of speculations suggest that "One Punch Man" Season 2 will return to TV in the mid-2017. The second installation was previously announced last September 2016 through a twitter post of the creator showing a wrist with a red glove according to Comic Book.
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