‘One Punch Man’ Season 2 Updates And Air Date: Saitama Gets A New Look?

One Punch Man season 2 will be hopefully out next year and will get to see new adventures of Saitama. The next season will be filled with amazing new stuff, from new enemies to Saitama’s back story. However, it seems that the protagonist is going to get a new look in the upcoming season.

Saitama’s Facial Features To Be More Detailed In One Punch Man Season 2

The creator of One Punch Man, Yusuke Murata revealed some new illustrations of Saitama for the second season. Judging from those illustrations, the facial features of Saitama have been more detailed for the next season. Also, as compared to the previous season, he has a more rounded head this time.

One Punch Man Season 2

Murata also revealed some new images of Saitama from One Punch Man season 2, which focused on the fight scenes. The images reveal that the fight scenes will be zoomed in through which viewers will experience the fight in another way. It is said that they will feel connected with the fight scenes in the next season.

Love To Get In Saitama’s Way

Fights aside, the next season of the show is also going to feature something interesting regarding Saitama. It was previously reported that the bald hero is going to fall in love with someone in the next season. Because of this, fans are also expecting to see some new female characters as Saitama currently has no interest in any of the present characters.

Saitama’s First Defeat

Everyone’s favorite Saitama has never ever been defeated in a fight. He basically only delivers a single punch and that is enough for him to defeat his opponent. However, it seems that things are going to change in the upcoming season as Saitama might finally get defeated by Garou. The latter will reported face him when all of his energy is drained.

One Punch Man Season 2 Air Date 

At the moment, we don’t know when One Punch Man season 2 will air, but it is expected to arrive in 2017. Whatever the case is, One Punch Man season 2 is definitely going to be better than the previous season.