One Punch Man

One Punch Man
One Punch Man

One Punch Man Is A Japanese Superhero Franchise Created By Artist One. It Tells The Story Of Saitama, A Superhero Who Can Defeat Any Opponent With A Single Blow, But Seeks To Find A Worthy Opponent After Getting Bored Of The Lack Of Trouble Due To His Overwhelming Power. One Wrote The Original Version Of The Webcomic In Early 2009.

A Digital Remake Of The Manga Began Publishing On The Shueisha Tonari No Young Jump Website In June 2012. The Manga Is Illustrated By Yusuke Murata, And Its Chapters Are Periodically Compiled And Published In Separate Tankobon Volumes. As Of January 2021, 23 Volumes Have Been Released. In North America, Viz Media Licensed The English-language Manga Remake, Which Was Published In The Digital Magazine Weekly Shonen Jump.

One Punch Man

One Punch Man

English Dub

Status – Ongoing

Chapter – 01 – 138+

June 14, 2012 – Ongoing


On Earth’s Supercontinent, Powerful Monsters And Villains Wreak Havoc In Cities. In Response, The Millionaire Agoni Creates The Hero Association, In Which Superheroes Fight Evil. Saitama, An Unbound Hero, Hails From City Z And Performs Heroic Deeds For His Own Pleasure. He Trained Himself To The Point That He Could Defeat Any Enemy With One Blow, But His Unrivaled Strength Left Him With An Overwhelming Feeling Of Boredom.

Saitama Eventually Becomes A Reluctant Mentor To Genos, A Cyborg Seeking Revenge On Another Cyborg Who Killed His Family And Destroyed His Hometown. Saitama And Genos Join The Hero Association, But Due To The Low Score In The Written Entrance Exam, Saitama Is Ranked Low And His Exploits Go Unnoticed And Underestimated By The Public.

The Association Of Heroes Calls All The Main Characters To A Meeting, Informing Them That The Seer Shibabawa Had A Vision That The World Was In Danger. Immediately After The Meeting, An Alien Named Boros Invades The Planet. The Heroes Fight The Invaders At The Boros Ship, While Saitama Boards The Ship And Battles The Boros, Giving Saitama The Excitement He Craved.

Saitama Meets Other Heroes Such As The Martial Artist Bang, The Special Blizzard And King, A Hero Who Is Considered The Most Powerful Man On Earth. Monsters Are Also Starting To Appear More Often. Another Growing Threat Is Rogue Martial Artist Garo, A Former Student Of Bang And The Self-proclaimed “Hero Hunter” Who Fights And Defeats Heroes To Become Stronger.

The Influx Of Monsters Is Revealed To Be The Business Of The Monster Association, An Organization Made Up Of Monsters Intent On Destroying The Hero Association. They Attack Various Cities, Kidnap The Child Of The Head Of The Association Of Heroes And Recruit Fighters, Offering Them “monster Cages” That Make People Mutate Into Monsters With Extraordinary Abilities. Throughout All Of This, Garo Grows Closer To A Child Who Worships Heroes, Searches For Heroes To Fight, And Greatly Improves His Fighting Abilities. The Monster Association Tries To Recruit Him And Kidnaps The Child When Garo Refuses.

Garo Enters The Monster Association Headquarters In City Z To Rescue A Child, But Is Captured. The Heroes ‘Association Also Invades The Headquarters To Rescue The Leaders’ Child, And A Chaotic Battle Begins In Which The City Of Z Is Destroyed. Most Of The Leaders Of The Monster Association Are Killed, But Many Heroes Who Are Too Confident In Their Abilities Are Defeated. Garo, Having Achieved Immense Power, Defeats The Remaining Heroes Before Saitama, In Turn, Arrives And Defeats Him. Despite The Objections Of The Other Heroes, Saitama Saves Garo’s Life And Allows Him To Escape To Unknown Places.

After The Battle, The Poor Performance Of The Hero Association Leads To A Sharp Decline In Public Opinion About Them. Several Heroes And Dignitaries Decide To Retire Or Side With The Neo-heroes, A Growing Group Of Rivals That Seem To Be More Effective At Dealing With Growing Monster Threats Thanks To The Larger Membership And Leadership Of The Hero Blue, Who Claims To Be The Son Of A Long-lost Explosion.

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