It has been almost six months when Season 1 of the popular hit anime series "One Punch Man" concluded on the small screen in December, and with tremendous response from the fans, the second instalment of the series is currently in the works and expected to premiere in October 2016.
As reported by Christian Times, recent reports state that Yusuke Murata, the creator of "One Punch Man' manga counterpart, and his team have already started the first phase of the production.
The website has reported that Murata and team are actively working in order to finish the further issues of the anime soon so that the anime production house, Madhouse Entertainment, can initiate production of new episodes as soon as possible.
Murata will be also helping Madhouse with the anime work and it might be a good idea too as direct involvement of Murata will make sure that the anime remains true to the manga storyline, and hence fans will get to see the best adaptation of their favourite manga on television.
Murata and his team began with the paperwork in 2015 and it is progressing actively. Thus, fans who are eagerly looking forward to Season 2 of "One Punch Man" will get to watch the next season of the anime sooner than they are expecting.
Yibada has stated that the premiere episode of "One Punch Man" Season 2 will showcase a battle between protagonist Saitama and Lord Boros. Boros was last seen fighting Saitama in Season 1 finale in which he lost his arm during the fight and reluctantly admitted that he was not as powerful as Saitama.
However, it seems that Boros will acquire regenerating powers in the next season and will battle the one punch hero once again. Breathe Cast has stated that the first episode of Season 2 will also reveal the latest villain of the series, Amai Mask, who is a Class A Rank 1 hero.