Jun 14, 2016 11:21 AM EDT

’One Punch Man’ Season 2 Spoilers, Release Date: Saitama vs New Villain In October 2016

By Jane Reed

Many have speculated if "One Punch Man" season 2 will be released this year or not at all. Fans were getting restless looking for information about the upcoming second installment.

Now, "One Punch Man" season 2 may be released by the end of the year and in addition to the release, a new villain will be introduced.

"One Punch Man will no doubt come to Toonami. Probably by the end of the year," quotes Cross Map, coming from an official tweet from the verified "One Punch Man" account. However, there are still those who doubt it because there has been no reports on the show's progress.

The anime features Saitama, a skilled fighter, who can defeat anyone with just one punch in battle. The coming second installment may feature a foe worthy of his strength and could even be stronger than him. Last season, he has defeated Lord Boros. Christian Times has it he used the "Collapsing Star, Roaring Cannon" techniques on him. Now, Lord Boros could make a come back this second season. Fans thought that he was already destroyed but then he does have self-healing and regenerative capabilities. Is he the new villain that could come back this second season?

It's unlikely. Lord Boros could make an appearance but speculations have risen that Saitama could be facing a stronger foe in "One Punch Man" season 2. Having mastered Fang's Water Stream Rock Smashing Fist technique. Garou would be a worthy opponent indeed.

While there is no official release date for "One Punch Man" season 2, fans are already gearing up for the possibility that it will air on the same date as the first season. "One Punch Man" season 1 aired in Japan between Oct. 5, and Dec 21, 2015 via TV Tokyo. For now, fans can only hope and wait.

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