One Punch Man Season 3 Has Been Confirmed

One Punch Man Season 3

One Punch Man season 3 is now in production. Official accounts for the One Punch Man anime confirmed that the series will get a third season, with more information to come at a later date. Alongside the announcement, it also released a new teaser visual featuring series protagonist Saitama and antagonist Garo. There is no confirmed release window as of yet. [Thanks, Natalie!]

The One Punch Man website revealed that the new visual was illustrated by Chikashi Kubota. Kubota served as the character designer for both seasons 1 and 2 of the anime. The upcoming season will pick up where the previous one left off, as Garo starts to become a greater threat to the Hero Association.

One Punch Man originally started as a webcomic in 2009, before Shueisha picked up the series in 2012. It follows Saitama, a comically powerful hero who struggles with the fact that he can defeat most enemies with one punch. The manga series is currently in its 26th volume. Madhouse later produced an anime adaptation of the series in 2015, before handing the series off to J.C. Staff for a second season in 2019.

You can get a better look at the One Punch Man season 3 teaser visual below:

One Punch Man Season 3

Yusuke Murata, the illustrator of the One Punch Man manga series, also announced that he will be taking a one-month hiatus. Furthermore, Murata revealed that he would be working on a new series and that he would be taking a hiatus in order to prepare. Murata will continue updating fans on new episodes.

One Punch Man season 3 is in production. The previous seasons are available to watch on Netflix, Crunchyroll, and Funimation.

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