One Punch Man season 2 ended way back in 2019, and since then everyone has been waiting to see where the story is headed next. So when is the One Punch Man season 3 release date set to be?
Just like you, we also have many questions about the next season of One Punch Man.
This blog contains everything we know so far about One Punch Man Season 3, from its release date to its cast, the plot, and every bit of information that will help you pass the time till Saitama returns.
One Punch Man season 3 was announced way back in August of 2022. Unfortunately, the release date for the third season of One Punch Man hasn’t been announced yet.
For a long time, there was speculation about whether there would even be a season 3 for One Punch Man. This came after its second season failed to live up to the expectations of the fans and didn’t perform that well.
With no hope for season 3, fans had started comparing One Punch Man with other anime like God of High School, Dorohedoro, Tower of God, and many more, which never got another season.
But they were all wrong. In August of 2022, an announcement was made on X, formerly Twitter from the official One Punch Man account saying that One Punch Man season 3 was officially in production.
The announcement was followed up with a visual by the artist Chikasi Kubota showing our protagonist Saitama and the antagonist Garou standing with their backs turned to each other.
Since then, there have been no updates on OPM season 3 and fans are still waiting for an official release date.
What is the Expected Release Date for One Punch Man Season 3
With season 3 of One Punch Man still in production, it can take well over another year for another episode to be released. Fans have speculated that the next season of One Punch Man can release anywhere between mid-2024 to early 2025.
You may have to wait till Jump Festa 2024 to get an official release date for One Punch Man season 3, as that is the biggest event for anime and manga lovers in the world.
What Will Happen in One Punch Man Season 3?
Season 3 of One Punch Man will pick up the story from where we left it in its second season.
A problem many fans and critics had with the last season was that it didn’t focus much on our protagonist Saitama. If you are also one of those people, prepare to get even more disappointed as the next season will take it even further.
The next season of One Punch Man will feature an all-out war between heroes and monsters. While the S-Class heroes would be battling the Monster Association, Saitama would be taking a more relaxed approach and won’t be in action for a bigger part of the season.
Depending on how much manga the studio adopts, your disappointment won’t last long as the third season of One Punch Man has the potential to break through all barriers and become an all-time fan favorite.
Hero and Monster Association would take the center stage for a bigger part of the third season, but that doesn’t mean the One Punch Man and the Hero Hunter Garou won’t be there to wreak havoc.
One Punch Man Season 3 Cast
One Punch Man season 3 would also mark the return of many fan-favorite voice actors. Here is a list of all the voice actors that are expected to be in the latest season.
Makoto Furukawa as Saitama
Kaito Ishikawa as Genos
Hikaru Midorikawa as Garou
Atashi Ono as Orochi
Aoi Yūki as Tatsumaki
Kazuhiro Yamaji as Silver Fang
Yūki Kaji as Speed-o’-Sound Sonic
Kenjiro Tsuda as Atomic Samurai
Minami Takayama as Child Emperor
Tesshō Genda as Metal Knight
Hiroki Yasumoto as King
Takahiro Sakurai as Zombieman
Youji Ueda as Drive Knight
Daisuke Namikawa as Pig God
Satoshi Hino as Superallow Blackbuster
Yuichi Nakamura as Mumen Rider
Mamoru Miyamono as Sweet Mask
Saori Hayami as Fubuki
Yūji Ueda as Watchdog Man
Katsuyuki Konishi as Tanktop Master
Wataru Hatano as Metal Bat
Masaya Onosaka as Puri-Puri Prisoner
Yūji Ueda as Amai Mask
These are the voice actors that are sure to return in the third season of One Punch Man. Apart from these, many new characters are sure to appear for the first time, like Blast, who is ranked the No. 1 S-Class superhero in the Hero Association.
One Punch Man Season 3 Trailer
As of now, no trailer for OPM season 3 has been released. This is mostly because the anime is still in production. But it looks like fans will soon be seeing a trailer along with the One Punch Man season 3 release date announcement at Jump Festa 2024.
If you still want to catch a glimpse of what will happen in season 3 of One Punch Man, watch this fan-made trailer by Anime Nerd:
Where to Watch and Read One Punch Man?
One Punch Man anime is available on Netflix, Hulu, and Crunchyroll. You can also watch it on pirated sites like Gogoanime, but it is not advised as it is not legal.
While you wait for One Punch Man season 3, feel free to watch the previous two seasons of the anime to make sure you’re all caught up with the story.
This is all you need to know about One Punch Man season 3 release date, plot, cast, and other information. Feel free to write to us if you have any questions about One Punch Man or if you’re waiting for another anime.
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Just like the previous two seasons, the third season of One Punch Man is speculated to have 12 episodes in it.
No, One Punch Man is not over and it will return for another season.
One Punch Man has two seasons that you can watch on Netflix and Hulu. Apart from the two seasons, One Punch Man also has 12 OVAs (original video animation) that you can watch anytime on streaming platforms.
As of now, the One Punch Man season 3 release date has not been set, likely because the anime is still in production.
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