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The inconceivably powerful Lord Boros has traveled untold distances in search of someone who can cure his boredom: Saitama! With the fate of humanity in the balance, will the two champions at last find in each other the worthy opponent they've been searching for?
The episode was rated 8.79 from 1264 votes.
As a colossal spaceship floats in the skies above City A, a member of its monstrous crew battles on the ground against a group of S Class heroes. Despite their powers, they can't seem to finish it off. Meanwhile, Saitama has boarded the enemy ship on his own.
The episode was rated 8.46 from 1137 votes.
As the battle with the Deep Sea King reaches its climax, more heroes fall to the aquatic despot's brutal attacks. Which of them has what it takes to be a true hero?
The episode was rated 8.28 from 1123 votes.
Garou, out hunting heroes, can barely contain his excitement when he gets the chance to battle the S Class hero Tank-top Master. Meanwhile, Silverfang shutters his dojo to begin his own hunt of his former disciple.
The episode was rated 8.24 from 680 votes.
Silverfang and Bomb catch up with Garou while the hero hunter is battling Genos, starting a whirlwind battle that draws in more and more combatants as it marches towards its hair-raising climax!
The episode was rated 8.22 from 605 votes.
As the Super Fight tournament heads for its grand finale, the Class S heroes battle to hold back the tide of monster incursions. Meanwhile, Atomic Samurai is setting in motion a plan of his own.
The episode was rated 8.21 from 648 votes.
Saitama tags along to an emergency meeting of Class S heroes and discovers that a seer has foretold a serious danger threatening the Earth. Though the crisis could occur anytime in the next six months, the heroes are surprised to hear the roar of explosions that very hour!
The episode was rated 8.18 from 1127 votes.
Saitama and Genos glean information about The House of Evolution and its founder Dr. Genus, a scientist with dangerous ideas on artificial human evolution. Meanwhile, Dr. Genus learns of Saitama's amazing strength and has plans of his own for One-Punch Man.
The episode was rated 8.16 from 1286 votes.
Garo is at last surrounded by multiple heroes and forced to fight, even though he’s covered in wounds and nearly at his limit. The hero hunter still has his incredible ability to read opponents’ fighting styles, but there are surprises in store for all.
The episode was rated 8.09 from 603 votes.
A monster is moving toward City Z, one that has been created by the mysterious organization known as The House of Evolution. Genos, a young cyborg, attempts to stop it, but gets in over his head before Saitama happens along.
The episode was rated 8.08 from 1382 votes.
An enormous meteor hurtles toward City Z, forcing the Hero Association to ask its S Class heroes to respond. When all their efforts prove in vain, Genos decides it's up to him to protect the home of his master and stop the meteor, no matter what the cost.
The episode was rated 8.06 from 1138 votes.
Garou issues a declaration of war on the Hero Association through terrifying means, Hellish Blizzard gives Saitama an ultimatum, and Genos decides to eliminate his master’s stalker, Speed-o’-Sound Sonic.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 671 votes.
Though he's been doing the hero gig for three years, Saitama realizes that the public knows nothing about him. Determined to get a little recognition, he decides to become a pro hero, but first he must pass the Hero Association tests and become a full-fledged member.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 1182 votes.
A group of battlesuit-clad terrorists called "The Paradisers" appears in City F, led by an enormous man known as Hammerhead. Calling for the redistribution of wealth, the group targets the fat-cat Zeniru, who in turn dispatches his bodyguard to defeat them. Unfortunately, Saitama is on the same errand.
The episode was rated 8.01 from 1242 votes.
Goketsu, the first Super Fight Tournament champion, arrives in the stadium. Having now become a monster, he’s aiming to force the Super Fight competitors to turn into monsters themselves. When several do, it’s up to Suiryu to take them on alone.
The episode was rated 7.98 from 638 votes.
Last updated: jan 30, 2023
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