‘One Punch Man’ Season 2 News: Release Date A Tiring Battle For Fans; If It Keeps Up, Will Legacy Fade To Fall?

By Stella Arellano , Updated May 24, 2016 04:28 AM EDT

"One Punch Man" season 2 recent updates also revealed that the release date remains uncertain and it is already been projected to be a tiring battle for the fans. Also, if it keeps up, speculations of the legacy fading to fall arise.

"One Punch Man" season 2 has been the talks in the crowd lately owing to the constant delayed season 2 release of the anime franchise. MNG has relayed that it is indeed good news for the fans and followers as some notions have been rendered regarding productions underway.

All the more, there are also rising claims that "One Punch Man" season 2 is coming and fans should lessen their apprehensions because the creators of "One Punch Man" season 2 is now in constant development so it can meet its target release date later this year and even the manga creator, Yusuke Murata has confirmed that the first phase of executing the sequel with Madhouse Entertainment is already ongoing, reports IBT.

In addition, if the release date and the productions kept on being impeded, it might take away the fever and legacy of the series. However, it might not be a possibility since even the creators and Murata has implied to the enthusiasts that the season 2 would be as head banging as season 1.

To prove the latter, Murata has promised that his team is doing all they can to produce the needed requirements to craft season 2. Even thought the figures are in hundreds, Murata assured his followers that it will be done.

 On a separate note, a former report from Game & Guide has disclosed that some fans even wants a crossover to occur between Saitama and Son Goku of "Dragonball" but it remains unverified even today.

Nonetheless, "One Punch Man" season 2 release date remains uncertain and if it keeps up, it is up to the fans and followers to heed Murata's affirmations or watch the legacy fall to the ground.

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