Season 3 of 'One Punch Man' has begun production

Season 3 of 'One Punch Man' has begun production ...

Saitma is about to get back to work! Over three years since the conclusion of its second season, One Punch Man Season 3 has officially begun production, with also released a teaser image from Chikashi Kubota, the character designer for the first two seasons of the anime series.

The official One Punch Man website has published the news, though further details outside the announcement have been kept under wraps for the time being. Series protagonist Saitama and Garou, a major villain introduced in Season 2, stand back-to-back without much more being able to be removed from the image pertaining to the upcoming season.

This time, we will begin the development of the long-awaited sequel to the animation "One-Punch Man" 3rd season. At the same time, a new teaser visual from Osamu Kubota, who was responsible for character design for the first and second seasons, has also been released, so please wait for further information.

Kubota is returning for a second season, but it is still unclear who will return for the project or if there will be a change in the series' animation between the first and second seasons. It is also unknown how many episodes the third season will be, although if it isn't in line with its predecessors, it would likely be 12 episodes.

One Punch Man, developed by ONE, was first published in 2009, before being adapted into anime form in 2016 and featuring Saitama, the titular One Punch Man, who has developed himself to be able to defeat any monster or villain that might threaten him in a single blow. The film will be directed by Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner, with MCU producer Avi Arad attached to the superhero project.

There are currently no information on when Season 3 of One Punch Man will be released.