‘One Punch Man' Season 2 Spoilers, News & Updates: New Villains on the Rise; Saitama Rumored to Bad?

By Dimple A. , Updated Mar 28, 2016 02:12 AM EDT

Recent news and updates for "One Punch Man" season 2 revealed of the rumors of a rising villain looming on the horizon. Furthermore, Saitama and his character are once again misinterpreted and were rumored to be bad.

The triumph of the season one of "One Punch Man" was an epic one which is why many are wondering on the things that would comprise season 2. In a report from Christian Daily, it was noted that the series would be returning with massive changes in its storyline.

Since the series has been affirmed to return in November, many could not help how Saitama would be depicted in season 2. In line with that, according to the same report, "New villains will receive the punching pleasure of Saitama, and one of the infamous villain would come from the Class A, rank 1 hero named Amai Mask, who is speculated to return to the series as Saitama's enemy."

Although there were still no confirmations regarding the whole storyline, many could not help but speculate on certain details and scenes. More reports from the Christian Times revealed Saitama would be challenge by Amai Mask in an unprecedented way.

Even though Saitama has helped in saving the heroes legacy many times, people still think less of him. Even the hero squad think less of him as well and even speculated that he is an up to no good, weak and a whole lot more.

It is undeniable that a new threat is looming on the horizon for the heroes and the people. It remains to be seen how "One Punch Man" season 2 would end and would it offer the same thrilling experiences that the fans and followers have enjoyed it season 1.

On a different note, as Saitama's name and legacy along with the heroes are on placed on the line, "One Punch Man" season 2 fans and followers may have to wait till November to witness the full synopsis and power punches of this much-acclaimed series.

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