"One Punch Man" is officially getting a second season and was announced on Sunday by the anime staff and cast at the "One Punch Man Fall Festival" event. The event included live performances by JAM Project in the beginning of the show while Hiroko Moriguchi performs during the show's finale.
The good news has been a big relief to many Saitama fans who became apprehensive about "One Punch Man" Season 2 status. Guesses and rumors flourish with some implying that Season 2 could come very late. It is anticipated that the new season is without a doubt will present magnificent fight scenes. Little is known about the plot of the second season including its villains. Assumptions convey that the overpowered Lord Boros might return, even an immensely enhanced version could pose a defiance for Genos and Saitama.
GameNGuide reported that "One Punch Man" Season 2 might introduce new antagonists. The mischief-makers that Genos and Saitama could be dealing with might include the formidable Amai Mask and Fang-An's former student Garou.
As of the moment, no release date has been disclosed yet, but with the autumn TV season that runs almost 13 weeks, it doesn't seem that "One-Punch Man" Season 2 airing will arrive until early 2017 at the very least, according to Japan Today.
"One Punch Man" Season 2 was made possible through the effort that staff and crew and their dedication. The extreme amount of talent, including their passion for the show, make it reasonable to produce another season for 'One Punch Man". The new project will not be a sequence of shorts that is only available to DVDs or the internet, but a fully developed second season of a TV broadcast anime. Stay tuned for more updates regarding the plot and release date of the second season of "One Punch Man."