‘One Punch Man’ Season 2 Release Date Marks Return But New Storyline Hints Saitama’s Power Struggle [VIDEO]


"One Punch Man" Season 2 release is now close to being officially revealed after a credible sourced revealed that the sequel's production is now ongoing. Surely, "One Punch Man" fans will be out in the streets celebrating the good news. In addition, Season 2's storyline seemed to have been leaked some juicy details.

According to Geek, this "One Punch Man" Season 2 update has been confirmed by Ken Xyro in his Twitter handle @KenXyro. The leaker notorious for his bold anime expose and revelations has posted a scanned photo of an announcement featuring "One Punch Man" Season 2 poster.

According to him, "Production is in progress." And added that the release date is TBA (to be announced).  He also noted that the "One Punch Man" Season 2 photo inclusion is awfully done. Back in September, Xyro noted that the Season 2 was announced at the fall festival and predicted that it should be coming next season or the season after that.

Therefore, it is possible that "One Punch Man" Season 2 will be launched sometime between July and November. It was July 2015 when the first "One Punch Man" was released which make July 2017 a potential day for official launching marking its second year anniversary.

Meanwhile, recent "One Punch Man" Season 2 news suggest that the new storyline is taking a new route. Remember that the Hero Association has graded Saitama with B-Class ranking despite his eminent strength.

"One Punch Man" Season 2 will surely bring light to this anomaly but something interesting will surely unfold. Thus, a sly opponent is behind this. He could be someone who is best at scheming technical things or maybe someone who could bring Caped Baldy's power to the real test.

Conversely, release date and production news is not the only thing surrounding "One Punch Man" Season 2. Recently, Saitama has been featured in a fan art showing him against several western super heroes. This has sparked debates on who will actually win if a match happens among them: the answer is far-fetched, ComicBook reported.

Are you excited for "One Punch Man" Season 2?


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