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One-Punch Man (ワンパンマン, Wanpanman, alternatively spelled without the hyphen) is an anime adaptation of the manga by the same name starring Makoto Furukawa as Saitama. It is animated by renowned Japanese studio, Madhouse, and helmed by famed anime director, Shingo Natsume, (Space Dandy, Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos) and features character designs by Chikashi Kubota.

VIZ Media manages the master license for ONE-PUNCH MAN in North America, Latin America and Oceania. Viz also streams the series in the U.S. The series is also available to stream in Australia and New Zealand on AnimeLab.

The first season, handled by Madhouse, first aired on October 5, 2015 and concluded on December 20, 2015. The second season, handled by J.C.Staff,[1] aired on April 9, 2019,[2] and concluded on July 2, 2019. A 3rd season was confirmed on August 18, 2022,[3][4] and on March 1, 2024 (0:00 JST), it was announced that it will be handled by J.C.Staff as well.[5]


In this new action-comedy, everything about a young man named Saitama screams "AVERAGE," from his lifeless expression to his bald head, to his seemingly unimpressive physique. However, this average-looking fellow doesn't have your average problem... He's actually a superhero that's looking for tough opponents! The problem is, every time he finds a promising candidate he beats the snot out of them in one punch. Can Saitama finally find an evil villain strong enough to challenge him? Follow Saitama through his hilarious romps as he searches for new bad guys to challenge!

Characters and Voice Actors[]

Japanese Cast[]

English Cast[]

  • Max Mittelman as Saitama
  • Zachary Aguilaras Genos
  • Erik Scott Kimerer as Speed-o'-Sound Sonic
  • Corina Boettger as Tatsumaki
  • Laura Post as Fubuki
  • Rich Brown as King
  • John DeMita as Bang
  • Robbie Daymond as Mumen Rider
  • Vernon Dew as Zombieman
  • Patrick Seitz as Tanktop Master
  • Ben Lepley as Sweet Mask
  • Kyle Hebert as Atomic Samurai
  • Jamieson Price as Bofoi
  • Sara Cravens as Child Emperor
  • Todd Haberkorn as Drive Knight
  • Ray Chase as Puri-Puri Prisoner
  • Lex Lang as Flashy Flash
  • Sam Riegel as Metal Bat
  • Brook Chalmers as Pig God
  • Zeno Robinson as Superalloy Darkshine
  • Arnie Pantoja as Watchdog Man


  • Director: Shingo Natsume (Season 1), Chikara Sakurai (Season 2)
  • Script: Tomohiro Suzuki (Season 1, 2)
  • Original creator:
  • Character Design, Chief Animation Director: Chikashi Kubota
  • Series Configuration: Satoshihiro Suzuki
  • Art Director: Shigemi Ikeda
  • Color Design: Satoshi Hashimoto
  • Director of Photography: Akane Fushihara
  • Editing: Kashiko Kimura
  • Sound Director: Shouji Hata
  • Music: Makoto Miyazaki
  • Animation Production: MADHOUSE (Season 1), J.C.Staff (Season 2, 3)


Character Designs[]

Season 3 Hero Visuals[]

See also: Settei Sheets (Season 1 MadHouse)



Season 1[]

  • Opening theme:
Title: THE HERO! ~Ikareru Kobushi ni Honō wo Tsukero
Music: Hironobu Kageyama
Performance: JAM Project
  • Ending theme:
Title: Hoshi Yori Saki ni Mitsukete Ageru
Performance: Hiroko Moriguchi

Season 2[]

  • Opening theme:
Title: Seijaku no Apostle
Music: Ricardo Cruz
Performance: JAM Project
  • Ending theme:
Title: Chizu ga Nakute mo Modoru Kara
Performance: Makoto Furukawa


  • JAM Project performs the anime's opening theme, "THE HERO !! ~Okoreru Kobushi ni Hi wo Tsukero~"
  • Hiroko Moriguchi performs the anime's 1st ending theme, "Hoshi yori Saki ni Mitsukete Ageru"
  • Saitama's voice actor, Makoto Furukawa, sings the anime's 2nd ending theme, "Chizu ga Nakutemo Modoru kara"

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