One Punch Man Anime Season 3 Announcement Update, and Release Date
The official site for the anime adaptation of the popular One Punch Man manga has updated fans with information about the production status, release date, and more developments related to Season 3 of the anime.
Yusuke Murata, the One Punch manga production artist, previously made a major announcement about the upcoming season of the anime on his Twitter account on August 18.
One Punch Man Anime Season 3 Announcement Update, and Release Dat
New promotional art revealed the work of character designer Osamu Kubota from the previously published first and second seasons.
More than three years have passed since the release of season 2, and now fans can look forward to season 3.
The team, cast, and animation studio behind the upcoming anime have not yet been revealed. But there have been several leaks of information about the anime.
It has been reported that a new animation company would be responsible for Season 3. Studio Madhouse animated the first season of the show, which ran from October 2015 to December 2015.
J.C. Staff created and broadcast the anime’s second season from April to July of this year. While we don’t have any concrete information regarding the next anime, we do know that it will premiere in 2024.
The One Punch Man anime is based on Yusuke Murata’s manga of the same name. ONE’s online book serves as the inspiration for this manga.
The online book series has a huge head start over the manga, but the anime is based on the manga, and there isn’t enough manga content for a third season yet.
However, now that the Garou Arc has concluded, Season 3 has more than enough material to work with.
The popular anime streaming website Crunchyroll offers the following synopsis of the show:
A hero was something that Saitama did for fun at first. He defeated his opponents with a single punch after three years of “special” preparation. Saitama is now prepared to begin his official responsibilities as a professional hero working with the Hero Association alongside his loyal cyborg student Genos.
Nonetheless, the occurrence of monsters is on the rise, and it seems that the Great Seer Madame Shibabawa is correct in her to prophesy that the Earth would eventually be destroyed. The “hero hunter” Garou shows up in the middle of this crisis.