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One-Punch Man: Manga Fans Will Cry All Summer Long

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun20,2024

Earlier in the month, the mangaOne-Punch Manmade waves by revealing a new visual of Fubuki. While the most impatient are clinging to Murata's arms waiting to learn more about Saitama's adventures, here we are! that sad news may cause a few tears to flow. -Punch Man: fans of the manga will cry all summer” />

Bad news for the manga One-Punch Man

Shonen cult by shonens, One-Punch Manreached its peak thanks to its anime adaptation. The first season, by Madhouse, put the manga on everyone's radar. Since then, there have been many fans; follow the adventures of Saitama both in manga and via his anime. And while season 3 of One-Punch Man is still awaited, here it is; that bad news risks making some impatient fans cry. 

One-Punch Man: Manga fans will cry all summer long

As reported by Comicbook, it is the editorial team of One-Punch Man who has just announced that the manga will be taking a summer break. Until There, nothing abnormal, except that this break will be two months. After quick calculations, the resumption of the manga is therefore planned for next August. A hard blow for the most impatient fans who will therefore have to wait for the next releases.

One-Punch Man: manga fans will cry all summer

Until then, you can always reread the entire article. work while Yusuke Murata enjoys his well-deserved vacation.The mangaka has never stopped to prove your mastery in the subject thanks to impressive boards, which season 1 managed to achieve; transcribe to wonder. A quality animation that spectators will unfortunately not find in the following seasons, which nevertheless deserved it just as much. 

One-Punch Man: manga fans will cry all summer

To wait, you can also rewatch the first two seasons of One-Punch Man, available both on Netflix and on Crunchyroll. 24 episodes just waiting to be rediscovered, in particular thanks to particularly epic fights. A booster shot The approach of season 3 of the anime won't hurt. person.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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