One Punch Man is just one of those anime series that has made everyone go crazy for it. There is an anime craze everywhere, and it has built up a huge fan-base. The anime is the new revolution which is taking over the world’s screens. It’s adaptation as anime became one of the well known Japanese superhero franchise. One Punch Man is recognised as a great anime series all around the globe owing to its English dubbed version. The renowned artist ONE wrote the web-comic in 2009 and the quick popularity gain gave 8 million hits in 2012.
The first season of the anime was aired in October 2015, in Japan. After that, we witnessed a lot of time gap after the release of the first season. The time duration between the first and the second season was quite long, and the second season was released last year in April 2019.
One punch Man Season 3: When is the release happening?
It is well known that the show received lots of appreciation from all around the globe. Though there is no official announcement made about the confirmation of the third season, but we also know that there is no apparent reason to end the show all of a sudden.
Therefore, we can definitely get the third season. And, as soon as there are any official announcements about it we will keep you updated!
One Punch Man Season 3: What can we expect from the story?
Packed with an unlimited quantity of comedy, action, and drama One Punch Man is a story of a young man named Saitama who is equipped with the superpower of killing people with just one punch. This is the perfect kind of animation drama one can ask for.
Talking about the plotline of One Punch Man Season 3, we are likely to witness the war between the Heroes Association and their evil counterparts, the Monster Association. Therefore, we can definitely expect a huge packet of action in the third season.
One Punch Man Season 3: What about the voice-cast?
For the third season, there have been some changes in terms of the cast. Still, the ones who you will surely see returning for the third season, along with their voice-over artists are:
- Makoto Furukawa as Saitama
- Ueda Youji as Bespectacled Worker
- Shota Yamamoto as Bearded Worker
- Kaito Ishikawa as Genos
- Hiromichi Tezuka as Commentator
- Nobuo Tobita as Sitch
- Sawashiro Yuuichi as Mumen Rider