One Punch Man Season 3: Garou’s Monster Form Power is Demonstrated

One Punch Man Season 3

One Punch Man Season 3 News: One Punch Man Season 3 showcased the strength of Garou’s new monster form in the most recent chapter of the series! The Yusuke Murata illustrated manga adaptation of ONE’s original webcomic series continues with the latest chapter released through Viz Media’s digital Shonen Jump library, and the previous chapter ended on an explosive cliffhanger with the revelation that Garou had completed the monstrous transformation he had been slowly undergoing since his introduction at the beginning of the Human Monster saga.

This terrifying new form also comes with a significant increase in strength, which we can witness in action.

As the remaining S-Class Heroes continue to face the final God-level monsters, the Human Monster saga has taken an extreme turn, and things have only become worse since the previous episode of the series unveiled Garou’s horrifying new form.

One Punch Man Season 3

This cliffhanger implied that Bang’s brother Bomb, and maybe even Fubuki, would have to enter the battle first, as we see in Chapter 145 of the series.

One Punch Man Season 3 Garou’s Power

Garou charges towards Bomb and deftly avoids all of his fists in Chapter 145, which picks off just where Chapter 144 left off. Bang had been waiting for his student to deal with the explosives, but now he has go all out to stay alive.

Bomb and the massive Garou quickly outstrip Fubuki’s abilities to keep up with them. It even reaches the point that Bomb must knock him aside in order to provide some distance between the heroes and monsters battling.

Bomb struggles against this new Garou, unsure if his enhanced abilities are the product of his rapid accumulation of experience (because Garou has done nothing but combat since his arrival) or his awful mutation.

One Punch Man Season 3: Garou, on the other hand, has acquired a diverse set of abilities and combined them into a distinct fighting style. Garou’s increased strength is subsequently confirmed when the bomb cancels out and counters one of his most powerful punches.

Bang arrives on the scene at the end of the chapter, suggesting that the struggle between teacher and learner will now begin in earnest. Garou’s improved strength will make him harder to defeat, but Bang has a habit of catching us off guard.

What are your opinions on the matter? Is Bang strong enough to combat this massive new Garou? Let us know in the comments what you think! One Punch Man Season 3: You may even reach out to me personally on Twitter @Valdezology if you have any questions about animation or other entertaining topics!

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