We have something important to discuss on One Punch Man Season 3. One-Punch Man is a web-comic made by the writer aliased ONE in 2009. A remake of the series Manga named One Punch Man by Yusuke Murata and published by Viz Midea in 2012. An animated series with the same name was aired in 2015 by Madhouse Studio for Season 1 and J.C Staff for Season 2. One-Punch Man is the story of Saitama a hero can vanquish any rival with a solitary punch yet looks to locate a commendable rival in the wake of becoming exhausted by an absence of challenge in his battle against Evil.
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One Punch Man Season 3 Information
One Punch Man Season 3 debut time hasn’t declared, and there are not by any means any official reports in regards to the anime’s returning. The makers will unquestionably take as much time as is needed as vivified undertakings of such quality need much work than comparative other anime. Fans are simply trusting that they don’t need to sit tight for an additional four years for “One Punch Man” season 3 like the last season’s debut.
Season 3 will tackle Hero Association’s fight against Villans. The upcoming season will not focus on the main characters like Saitama and Genos but instead others like Garou, Metal knight, and others as in the manga.
Why Is One-Puch Man Season 3 and Other Anime Delayed
Amidst the coronavirus emergency proceeds over the world, and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe extended the highly sensitive situation to the whole nation. This has affected the anime and manga industry as a few anime series and movies face inconclusive postponements.
“I chose to put all prefectures under the highly sensitive situation to control diseases in individual territories and particularly to downplay the development of individuals heading into the Golden Week occasions,” Abe stated, as per Kyodo News.
With the crisis, no risks can be taken that have a slim chance of loss of life, and as a result, most anime are ending up getting delayed indefinitely or until further notice from the Japanese government and studios that produce these masterpieces.