Dec 06, 2016 01:02 AM EST

'One Punch Man' Season 2 Air Date, Spoilers & Updates: Reasons For Delay Revealed; King Becoming More Powerful Than Saitama?

Avid anime fans have been waiting for the airing of "One Punch Man" season 2. Many spoilers about the plot of the upcoming season have been leaked online and more spoilers are still popping up almost every day. Recently, there are rumors that Saitama might be challenged by King to become Earth's most powerful being.

King's powers are nothing compared to Saitama's in the first season of "One Punch Man" but according to a report by iTech Post, King's real identity will be realized. He was fully introduced in the tenth episode of the first season and was, in fact, one of the weakest heroes in the series.

But King has been depicted as the most powerful man on Earth by his friends although it's not actually true. In "One Punch Man" season 2, there will be a mysterious being known as the "Evil Natural Water" that will be attracted to powerful heroes and this led to rumors that this being will be attracted to King. The next season will reveal on what's going to happen with Saitama and King.

Other spoilers also suggest that in "One Punch Man" season 2, Saitama will be facing stronger enemies. There are even speculations that Saitama will become a villain in the next season though it's unlikely of him to become one.

In other news, the air date of "One Punch Man" season 2 appears to be delayed. According to Game N Guide, the series illustrator Yusuke Murata is currently taking his time with the production of the second installment.

The reason for the delay is that the plot of "One Punch Man" season 2 is very complicated. There are so many factors that affect the whole production of the series so Murata is not rushing so that fans will see quality work.

There are no specific dates for the air date of "One Punch Man" season 2 so fans just need to wait until next year. For more updates and news about the latest "One Punch Man" season, stick around.

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