The epic fights between the Heroes, Monster Association, and the Hero Hunter continues in One Punch Man. In the previous episode, we have seen Garou’s master arrived in the scene and is now fighting the Season 2 villain. With a lot of formidable heroes around, let’s see how will Garou survive this scene.
Similar to the first season of One Punch Man, the second season will also have a total of 12 episodes and knowing that Episode 11 is out, fans are now excited and can no longer wait for the release of the One Punch Man Season 2 Finale and witness the epic fight between Garou and Bang. But when exactly will be the airing of the One Punch Man Season 2 Episode 12?
When will be the air date of One Punch Man Episode 24?
Knowing that One Punch Man Season 2 usually releases every Wednesday in Japan, expect to see the final episode of the anime on July 3rd at exactly 01:35 (JST).
That being said, if you’re living outside of Japan, One Punch Man Season 2 Episode 12 English subbed will shortly become available on your favorite streaming site. Western countries such as the US will be able to watch the episode on Tuesday, July 2nd.
Where to watch One Punch Man Season 2 Episode 12?
While there are websites offering One Punch Man streaming, we still highly recommend watching it from the official anime distributor such as Crunchyroll and Hulu.
About One Punch Man
Saitama spent the majority of his life as a regular guy, until one day he decided to become a hero for fun, and he put in a lot of effort to become extremely strong. Life was becoming monotonous once more because he had grown so powerful that he could defeat his opponents with a single punch. However, after meeting the cyborg Genos (who admires Saitama and his immense power) and deciding to join the Hero Association together, life begins to take an interesting turn.
One Punch Man is a Japanese manga series written by ONE and illustrated by Yusuke Murata. The manga has been serialized by Shueisha in 2012. Currently, One Punch Man manga has already produced 23 volumes. The first anime TV adaptation of the series was aired in 2015, having a total of 24 episodes and 12 OVAs.