One-Punch Man Fan animates an insanely beautiful Monster Association bow fight


Saitama has once again proven to be the strongest character in anime.

Note that the following could be considered spoilers for the Monster Association arc that began in season two and will be a big part of the upcoming third season of the One-Punch Man anime. With that in mind, we have something absolutely awesome to show you.

The fan cut plays a 90-second Atserc/Detox013 YouTube video that is expertly animated. The YouTube video is titled “Saitama forgets to hold back and nearly destroys Earth” and should give you a fair enough indication of the outcome. In a Reddit thread, the creator said that this animation only took three months of work, which is incredibly impressive.

You can find the YouTube video below and enjoy something that should appeal to absolutely every single One-Punch Man fan out there.

The Monster Association arc is huge. To give you an idea, it started in chapter 70 of the manga and ended in chapter 178 just a few months ago. As for the anime, it started in episode nine of the second season. Considering there were only three episodes left after that, it means the arc in the anime is just beginning. However, at the moment we don’t know when the third anime season will premiere. Rest assured we will cover it in full when we know more.

ONE, the creators of One-Punch Man (and Mob Psycho 100), also released a new manga called Versus late next month, which might be worth a look if an English translation finally comes out.

Selected image source: Madhouse and JCStaff. One-Punch Man Fan animates an insanely beautiful Monster Association bow fight

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