New rumours surfacing on the internet claim that anime adaptation of "One Punch Man" Season 2 might not be aired before two years.
The speculations hint that fans might have to wait for quite some time before "One Punch Man" Season 2 release date is announced, as it can take up to two years for the studio to finish production of all the episodes.
Several media websites had reported earlier this month that "One Punch Man" Season 2 will be released in the second half of 2016, if the production process is completed on time.
However, in recent news, Otakuart has reported that it would take one or two years for the animators to create all the crucial sketches and inks for the upcoming season of "One Punch Man."
Revealing the details of the second season, the website stated that Yusuke Murata (creator of One Punch Man) and his team will develop 100 sketches, 100 inked pages and 100 storyboards and will be editing the episodes for 10 hours per day.
Previously, Youth Health Magazine had reported that the second season will be aired in December this year. However, it seems that the animators, writers and artists are determined to maintain the quality of the anime, and hence they will take more time to complete it.
Besides it, the manga still has story arcs waiting to be adapted in anime. Hence, the creators are putting their full efforts to make sure that the anime version remains faithful to manga without any major changes.
Murata had revealed that Garou will be the antagonist of Season 2, just like the manga counterpart. Garou is a former student of Bang, who is also known as Silver Fang. Hero Association considers him as a mysterious being and has named him "Human Monster."
The second season of "One Punch Man" is rumoured to have more than 12 episodes.