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Saitama only became a hero for fun, but after three years of “special” training, he finds that he can beat even the mightiest opponents with a single punch. Though he faces new enemies every day, it turns out being devastatingly powerful is actually kind of a bore. Can a hero be too strong?more

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Saitama only became a hero for fun, but after three years of “special” training, he finds that he can beat even the mightiest opponents with a single punch. Though he faces new enemies every day, it turns out being devastatingly powerful is actually kind of a bore. Can a hero be too strong?

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Saitama only became a hero for fun, but after three years of “special” training, he finds that he can beat even the mightiest opponents with a single punch. Though he faces new enemies every day, it turns out being devastatingly powerful is actually kind of a bore. Can a hero be too strong?

Starring: Max MittelmanZach AguilarRobbie DaymondErik Kimerer

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  • While out shopping, Saitama and Genos come across G4, a demonic robot on a mission to eliminate King; Sitch recruits cutthroats, villains and assassins to help the Hero Association.

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  • Garou threatens the Hero Association; Hellish Blizzard pressures Saitama.

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  • Hero-hunter Garou battles the highly ranked Tank-top Master; Silverfang shuts down his dojo.

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  • Metal Bat begrudgingly guards his own son and a VIP and his skills are needed when a battle breaks out; Saitama poses as Charanko for a martial arts tournament.

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  • The Monster Association stages coordinated attacks on cities across the world.

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  • As the Super Fight tournament gets underway, with Suiryu and Lightning Max facing off in the first bout; Genos must leave to tackle a monster invasion in City C.

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  • The S-Class heroes hold off the invading monsters as the tournament nears its climax.

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  • Goketsu transforms into a monster and attempts to take control of the tournament.

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  • Saitama tries to help Suiryu, who is desperate, but his strength may not be enough this time to escape death.

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  • The Hero Association receives a warning that they must rescue Waganma from the Monster Association within three days.

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  • May 19, 2023

    Esto lo sentí mas cono un pequeño punto de partida para algo mas grande, como un escalón mas que una temporada, puede que sea por el hecho de que no sucede casi nada relevante o interesante que ver, aquí es mas como una temporada en medio para poder ver algo mejor en la siguiente, todo lo anterior visto y planteado creo que aquí no lo desarrollan tan bien como yo lo esperaba no solo porque no es tan entretenida como la anterior temporada, también porque la animación mostrada se nota que dio un gran bajo de calidad, los personajes parece como si cada uno estuviera en su rollo, Saitama no se siente como protagonista sino como un extra en su propia serie, en verdad espere mucho mas que no lograron satisfacerme.

    Chris F

  • Oct 23, 2022

    It’s an amazing series so far I loved it

    Just M

  • Sep 06, 2022

    Season Score: 82% |Ratings by Episode | {EP1: 9/10, EP2: 8.5/10, EP3: 7/10, EP4: 7.5/10, EP5: 8/10, EP6: 8.5/10, EP7: 8/10, EP8: 8/10, EP9: 8.5/10, EP10: 8/10, EP11: 8.5/10, EP12: 8.5/10}/ 12 Episodes = 82%

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  • Jul 29, 2022

    With more character development focused on the side characters, this season was more enjoyable. Seeing that Saitama basically only has one move, there isn’t a lot to do with him for growth for now. I did enjoy the tournament with him in it, although it could have been a lot better. Still a good time passer.

  • May 15, 2022

    Rating: 8/10. 89/100

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  • May 04, 2022

    Pales in comparison to season one, but it’s not bad. If it weren’t One Punch Man then it wouldn’t have gotten the hate that it received. Much worse animation gets gobbled up by hungry fans every day.

  • Apr 18, 2022

    I think this season is very underrated. There is a very good villain that they build up the entire season to have a final battle, unlike last season when the main villain appeared in the last few episodes.

  • Jan 14, 2022

    The animation in season 2 got a lot worse.

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  • Jan 10, 2022

    The second series starts very well, reinforcing the bizarre aspect of the plot where all the heroes worry about status and hierarchy, while still completely unaware of the protagonist’s existence. The heroes presented are bizarre and the dialogues continue to provide great jokes mocking the style.
    On the other hand, from the second half onwards, I felt that there is a lot more time wasted creating expectations than solving them, something common in series that gain audience appeal, but that should have been done more carefully so as not to compromise the final result.
    I felt this was the case for season 2 and given the quality of the script in general, I hope the next one doesn’t take as long to come out as this one.

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Saitama is a 25-year-old young man with incredible supernatural powers. His red-yellow superhero costume and shining bald head will be recognized by all the unfortunate and destitute, because if he appears on their way, then their enemies and offenders will obviously not be in trouble. The guy received his monstrous strength a long time ago and at first he was delighted with his new abilities, because he, like any boy, loved to fight. But over the years, he lost his taste for the superhero life, because all his battles, and there were many of them, became monotonous, extremely simple and lightning fast. And the reason for this is his crushing power – just one blow turned Saitama’s opponent into a wet place, and literally, no matter how strong he was. So the victories no longer gave him the proper pleasure and joy. Of course, there was one less villain in the world, and people could live more peacefully, but he longed for a long-forgotten feeling of euphoria.

And soon fate took pity on Saitama – Genos appeared on his way – a cyber man. This villain was much stronger and more cunning than other opponents and had a number of unique abilities, thanks to which he could withstand the power of a superhero. So meeting him opened up new opportunities for Saitama and brought back the taste for life.

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10 anime that lost all their hype in season 2

Anime and hype usually work well together as hype is often necessary to keep the momentum of an ongoing series going. Trailers, interviews with actors and writers, and even convention appearances all help keep the hype up for something to come or the next anime season.

The problem starts when all that hype is used up in the first season and the second season can’t live up to that standard. While there are a few notable examples of such anime, The Promised Neverland being a key one, others may surprise you given the current level of hype around them.

This article will list 10 anime whose hype was completely exhausted by the second season or story arc.

Disclaimer: This article is subjective and contains spoilers for all anime listed.

1)

The Promised Neverland

The Promised Neverland counts as one big missed opportunity that killed its own momentum. While the first season gave anime fans a surreal horror film about orphans escaping demon feeding, the second season was touted as an absolute betrayal of the first due to a major change in tone.

Tonal shifts in horror are not uncommon in sequels. For example, the slow and claustrophobic horror of the original film Alien is replaced by an action horror film for Aliens , and the sequel is considered better than the first film. The tonal shift in The Promised Neverland echoes this opinion, but does not reflect it correctly due to a number of problems.

Problem with The Promised Neverland, then many other problems arise, such as the pacing being too fast, the ending where Emma returns to the demon realm, and the significant compression of several chapters into single episodes.

2)

One Punchman

Sometimes the animation of the second season is so inferior compared to the first that it completely dispels all the hype around the anime. Animation for One Punch Man ‘s downgrade was a major complaint from most anime fans due to how everything looked cheaper and the fights seemed too flashy to really get the point across.

However, various internal sources at J.C. Staff reported that One Punch Man Season 2 was made in a hurry because they weren’t given enough time to work on it. Likewise, they did everything themselves, unlike the Madhouse studio, which hired outside artists.

The plot of the anime was still considered to be pretty solid and some of the animations were also considered better than the first season. However, some anime fans are hoping that Studio MAPPA will return to it.

3)

Attack on Titan

Let’s be honest, no fan of any media likes a long and painful seeming break between seasons. Actual content of Attack on Titan The second and third seasons should not be thrown under the bus, as they are an incredibly reliable continuation of the story and expand the anime a bit.

The problem was a literal five-year gap between seasons 1 and 2 of the anime which completely stopped any momentum of movement Attack on Titan forward. By the time the second season began, most anime fans had left. However, those who remained continued to enjoy the series for another year and several months between seasons 2 and 3.

This does not mean Attack on Titan did not restore this anticipation and stamina. It’s just that the hiatus has been so long and the manga has advanced so much since then that most people decide to either read the manga or move on to another anime.

4)

Boruto: Naruto: Next Generation

Boruto another one that is slowly redeeming itself. However, for a while, it seemed like the anime had resigned itself to filler arcs for good after it adapted the film’s story. There were a lot of problems people had with the series beforehand, but the permanent filler didn’t help matters.

Some were also not enthusiastic about the next generation and what they considered the terrible upbringing from Naruto, Sasuke and others. At the end of the day, hype isn’t just action, it’s about story and characters.

While the Boruto manga is doing much better, the anime is only now slowly but steadily catching up. By this time, most people have resigned themselves to the fact that the anime has become garbage, but with the upcoming hiatus and the second part already underway, it can be said that the anime is on the way to return to the audience, slowly but surely.

5)

Yu Yu Hakusho

@ComicBook Season 2 isn’t the problem here. In fact, The Dark Tournament Saga is probably considered the best arc Yu Yu Hakusho anime. The problem in general is that it’s hard to sustain any sort of hype after the Dark Tournament saga for a whole host of reasons.

The Dark Tournament had a strong sense of escalation and rebound, and the subsequent saga didn’t quite feel like it. also developed. There were so many plot threads that came out of nowhere: Yusuke’s demonic blood, King Enma’s crimes, the whole final arc that feels rushed and feels a little too bland.

This left most of the fans feeling like Yu Yu Hakusho had a great start and an amazing middle, but after the Dark Tournament, things went downhill.

6)

Bleach

Here’s an unpopular opinion: Bleach ad ended long before Dragon Ball Z, One Piece or or Naruto. Aizen was considered the main villain of Bleach who could not be replaced, although many attempts were made, such as Ulquiorra Sifer. As a result, the story itself came to a halt after Aizen’s death.

The fact that the show ended with a very anticlimactic filler villain didn’t really help matters. Ad Disappearing Problem Bleach was very simple: it turned into Dragon Ball Z with swords.

When ‘s discoloration of ended, there was no sense of real continuity – the entire anime became an escalating series of fight scenes that always lifted Ichigo to some new level of previously unforeseen power, and he quickly died as a result.

7)

The Seven Deadly Sins

0062 The Seven Deadly Sins was derisively nicknamed “The Seven Deadly Frames” by Netflix for deteriorating animation quality in its second season. This is a behind-the-scenes issue that needs some explanation: due to the tepid reception of one of the films, A01 Pictures abandoned the anime to work on Sword Art Online and another Fate series.

Studio Deen picked it up. However, they themselves were too stretched, so they outsourced the animation to a studio called Marvy Jack.

This was supposed to be a joint effort between Dean and Jack, but apparently Jack did most of the work. The result was an incomplete mess that made even 1980s American animated cartoons look incredible by comparison, and the hype quickly fell off after that.

8)

Death Note

@Mangekyou93 This is probably not a big surprise to many who understand as Death Note lost most of its hype when Part II aired and ended. For those who don’t know, here’s a quick recap: The epic rivalry between L and Light practically defined Death Note .

These two were anime versions of Sherlock Holmes vs. James Moriarty, each one touching. and counterattacks in quick succession. The twists and turns captivated the audience to a great extent. When L finally died at the end of the first part, many thought that the series would end with Light winning.

In hindsight, many people still want the series to end with Light winning, because Death Note the second part is not at all impressive in comparison. All the hype vanished when L died, leaving only convoluted storylines, Mello and N were almost carbon copies of L, and more than a few contrived twists and turns to make Light lose.

9)

Psycho Pass

When Psycho Pass first aired, it was considered great. A gruesome, almost cyberpunk neo-noir thriller Psycho Pass raised a lot of questions in the state of surveillance: issues related to privacy, fame, totalitarianism and identity were raised in the first season. Even the film continued this trend.

The second season, however, was considered a major failure. and a waste of time by many. There were too many subterfuges, betrayals, nasty characters, the Sibyl system causing carnage and our heroes doomed to fail, all of which ruined what could have been a very good thriller.

While the show got a third season and a movie sequel for a third season, a lot of people hated the second season and the fact that the characters and events were completely unimportant in the grand scheme of things. They eventually dropped the series in droves.

10)

Gen:Lock

This was a mecha anime featuring many celebrities and voice actors such as Michael B.