One Punch Man Season 3 Release Date, Cast, Plot and What Can We Expect

Many anime fans are certainly expecting that “One Punch Man” season 3 would be released sometime this season. 

They are joined this season by a countdown aggregator site which places the series’s return in late September. 

‘One-Punch Man’ season 3 launch date speculations: Can the anime series return in 2020?

So do not be surprised to see countless online forum discussions with various takes on the possible premiere schedule of “One Punch Man” season 3.

The website YourCountdown.to likely takes the cake with this one as it moves as far as predicting the supposedly exact time and date when “One Punch Man” season 3 could premiere. 

In a committed countdown page, the site suggests the next episode could be released on Tuesday, Sept. 22, at 1:05 a.m. in local Tokyo time. 

That would mean there will not be any new episodes for your 209 days. While that might seem a long time, it is a better story than that which fans expect.

Some anime fans believe they might be looking at another four decades of waiting until “One Punch Man” season 3 is released. This isn’t entirely impossible regarding the hiatus was before the second season premiered.

On the other hand, it is important to note that these are all mere speculations, and YourCountdown marks its proposal as”unconfirmed” no matter how specific it is. 

“One Punch Man” season 3 hasn’t even been officially announced yet. And if no announcement is made within another couple of months, the rumored September release date will be a far more doubtful estimation.

‘One-Punch Man’ season 3 spoilers: What happens next

If it takes years before”One Punch Man” season 3 is released, anime lovers will have enough time to read the manga from the beginning and follow the story to understand what happens after season 2.

The anime had only entered the Monster Association Arc when season 2 ended.

That means a lot of “One Punch Man” season 3 would be spent on introducing new characters in the Monster Association while the show continues to explore the narrative of Garou. 

There’ll be thrilling struggles, but the events in the Manga indicate there might be fewer appearances from Saitama in the next episodes.

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