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Metal Bat 

Assigned to guard a VIP and his son, Metal Bat couldn't be less thrilled. But when the group is suddenly attacked all hell breaks loose. Meanwhile, Saitama has disguised himself as Charanko... See full summary »
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Makoto Furukawa ... Saitama (voice)
Hiroki Yasumoto Hiroki Yasumoto ... King (voice)
Wataru Hatano Wataru Hatano ... Metal Bat (voice)
Yûichi Nakamura ... Mumen Rider (voice)
Hikaru Midorikawa ... Garo (voice)
Masaya Matsukaze ... Suiryu (voice)
Toshiki Masuda Toshiki Masuda ... Charanko (voice)
Naoki Bando Naoki Bando ... Centichoro (voice)
Hiromichi Tezuka Hiromichi Tezuka ... Centisenpai (voice)
Reigo Yamaguchi Reigo Yamaguchi ... Centikohai (voice) (as Takahiro Yamaguchi)
Ryô Sugisaki Ryô Sugisaki ... Venus Peopletrap (voice)
Itaru Yamamoto Itaru Yamamoto ... Sourface (voice)
Natsumi Fujiwara Natsumi Fujiwara ... Tareo (voice)
Koichi Soma Koichi Soma ... Narinki (voice)
Ayaka Shimizu Ayaka Shimizu ... Waganma (voice)
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Assigned to guard a VIP and his son, Metal Bat couldn't be less thrilled. But when the group is suddenly attacked all hell breaks loose. Meanwhile, Saitama has disguised himself as Charanko in order to enter the "Super Fight" martial arts tournament.

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Month of April/May - total disappointment...
1 May 2019 | by ace-kostovSee all my reviews

First they ruined Game of Thrones, now the same faith awaits One Punch Man, and what what a major disappointment this is.

The fighting animations went from the best ever done in an anime in season 1, to unrecognizable, for the most part, now in season 2. There are moments where you see glimpses of season 1 like animation but you can feel and understand the animators from this season are just trying, but are unable, to repeat/imitate the revolutionary work from season 1.

Not only the animation, but also the dialogue with Saitama and the dude with the big chin, I mean what was all that all about?? Is that what you call character building? I've never felt even remotely this bored in season 1. True, there were slow moments but even then season 1 was able to charm us with great humor, great dialogue and subtlety. It was just flowing. You felt it was real and you connected. Now it's like they are trying to show us things instead of just things organically and naturally developing. I applaud the freelance creators in season 1!


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1 May 2019 (Japan) See more »

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New York City, New York, USA

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