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Air (エアー, ) is the A-Class Rank 35 professional hero for the Hero Association.

AppearanceEdit

Air is a muscular dark-skinned man with his black hair tied into two ponytails. He wears earrings, a shell necklace, and a grass skirt with no shirt. He decorates his forehead and cheeks with black boomerang markings, along with black dots on his eyebrows.

PlotEdit

Warning The following section contains Webcomic spoilers. You have been warned, manga-only readers.

Unnamed SagaEdit

Psychic Sisters ArcEdit

He appears to take a wounded Pig God back to the hospital but is nearly killed by Evil Natural Water. He later appears in the hospital with a mechanical implant in his throat to save his voice after the attack on his life.

Appearances in Other MediaEdit

OmakesEdit

Disaster LevelEdit

Air arrives to fight Black Roast and defeats the Mysterious Being in one hit.[1]

Abilities and PowersEdit

Not much is known about his abilities, but being an A-Class hero, Air is a skilled and powerful fighter.

Physical AbilitiesEdit

Enhanced Strength: As an A-Class hero, Air presumably has rather good strength. He is strong enough to throw his boomerang at speeds that can kill Tiger-level threats.

Enhanced Speed and Reflexes: As an A-Class hero, Air presumably has good speed and reflexes. Air is able to throw his boomerang at high speeds and react in time to catch it.

Warning The following section contains Webcomic spoilers. You have been warned, manga-only readers.

Enhanced Endurance: Air was able to survive being stabbed in the throat from a miniature Evil Natural Water.


Fighting StyleEdit

Boomerang Skills: Air is quite skilled with a boomerang. He is skilled enough to defeat a tiger level threat in one hit.

EquipmentEdit

Boomerang: Air carries a boomerang on him and is quite skilled in using it.

TriviaEdit

  • Air's name, looks, and characteristics could be based on Indigenous Australians; his name from "Ayers Rock" (former name of Uluru) where Air's name is spelled エアー and Ayers Rock is spelled エアーズロック in Japanese, and the boomerang was a traditional weapon for Indigenous Australians.

ReferencesEdit

  1. One-Punch Man Manga; Disaster Level

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