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One-Punch Man’s New Name for Saitama Hints at the Origin of His Strength

Sage Centipede announced that he and his sister, Evil Ocean Water, were sent to destroy “the abominable fist that turned against God“. At that time, Garou believed the monster was talking about him, but he now realizes it was actually in reference to Saitama. Readers know that God is somehow connected to all the monsters appearing in the series, and they recently learned that the creature is trapped by a dimensional seal. A team led by One-Punch Man’s S-Class Rank 1 hero Blast is trying to prevent God’s influence from spreading, but until now all this storyline seemed disconnected from Saitama who, as always, is oblivious to what is actually going on around him. However, the revelation that God considers Saitama his own personal enemy opens the way to speculations concerning the origins of the hero’s unexplained power.

The key could be the idea of “rebellion” against God. The villain likes tempting people with the promise of great power, as he did with Homeless Emperor, Garou, and Tatsumaki (but this last attempt failed). Perhaps, Saitama’s absurd power does come from a pact made with God, but the bald hero somehow escaped his end of the bargain and God’s influence. This is just a theory, and God’s animosity towards Saitama could just be motivated by the fact that he exterminates monsters with ease, but the use of the word “turned” hints at a different, more personal connection. It could be that once more details about God and his plans are revealed, fans of One-Punch Man will also finally learn the truth about Saitama‘s nonsensical power.

You can read One-Punch Man’s newest chapter now on Viz Media’s Shonen Jump app!


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One-Punch Man’s New Name for Saitama Hints at the Origin of His Strength

Sage Centipede announced that he and his sister, Evil Ocean Water, were sent to destroy “the abominable fist that turned against God“. At that time, Garou believed the monster was talking about him, but he now realizes it was actually in reference to Saitama. Readers know that God is somehow connected to all the monsters appearing in the series, and they recently learned that the creature is trapped by a dimensional seal. A team led by One-Punch Man’s S-Class Rank 1 hero Blast is trying to prevent God’s influence from spreading, but until now all this storyline seemed disconnected from Saitama who, as always, is oblivious to what is actually going on around him. However, the revelation that God considers Saitama his own personal enemy opens the way to speculations concerning the origins of the hero’s unexplained power.

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The key could be the idea of “rebellion” against God. The villain likes tempting people with the promise of great power, as he did with Homeless Emperor, Garou, and Tatsumaki (but this last attempt failed). Perhaps, Saitama’s absurd power does come from a pact made with God, but the bald hero somehow escaped his end of the bargain and God’s influence. This is just a theory, and God’s animosity towards Saitama could just be motivated by the fact that he exterminates monsters with ease, but the use of the word “turned” hints at a different, more personal connection. It could be that once more details about God and his plans are revealed, fans of One-Punch Man will also finally learn the truth about Saitama‘s nonsensical power.

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You can read One-Punch Man’s newest chapter now on Viz Media’s Shonen Jump app!

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