‘One Punch Man’ Season 3 announced over 3 years after its previous season

  • “One Punch Man” Season 3 was officially announced on Thursday, after more than three years since the end of the popular anime’s second season.
  • The announcement came paired with a teaser image drawn by Chikashi Kubota, the character designer for the first and second seasons of the show.
  • Details about the studio responsible for the show’s animation have yet to be shared.
  • The change in animation studios from Studio Madhouse to J.C.Staff in Season 2 were met with mixed opinions, with some viewers complaining that the show’s visual quality had diminished following the shift.

“One Punch Man” Season 3 has officially been announced.

After more than three years since the show’s second season ended, the official “One Punch Man” website and its social media platforms confirmed on Aug. 18 that production on the anime has finally begun.

The announcement came paired with a teaser image drawn by Chikashi Kubota, character designer for the first and second seasons of the show. Beyond the production confirmation and teaser, little to no information has been revealed regarding Season 3.

Fans of the satirical superhero anime have expressed excitement at the news, but some may have doubts considering the major changes that were made to the show after its debut season. The change in animation studios from Studio Madhouse to J.C.Staff in Season 2 were met with mixed opinions, with some viewers complaining that the show’s visual quality had diminished in the shift.

With no news on who will be in charge of the animation for the upcoming season, viewers are left to speculate until more information is released. In the meantime, fans of “One Punch Man” can look forward to the upcoming live-action film adaptation, helmed by “Fast & Furious” director Justin Lin.

Featured Image via ONE

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