Saitamab artist – Saitama F http://saitama-f.net/ Sun, 15 May 2022 20:25:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://saitama-f.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/icon-58-150x150.jpg Saitamab artist – Saitama F http://saitama-f.net/ 32 32 One-Punch Man Proves Saitama’s Most Devastating Attack Isn’t a Punch https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-man-proves-saitamas-most-devastating-attack-isnt-a-punch/ Sun, 15 May 2022 14:40:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-man-proves-saitamas-most-devastating-attack-isnt-a-punch/ Although One-Punch Man couldn’t use his devastating strength against Garou, he apparently found a better way to defeat the villain for good. Warning: contains spoilers for One-Punch Man Chapter 161! As Garou and Saitama’s long-awaited battle continues in the final chapters of One-punch man, the incredible power that is on display turned the fight into […]]]>

Although One-Punch Man couldn’t use his devastating strength against Garou, he apparently found a better way to defeat the villain for good.

Warning: contains spoilers for One-Punch Man Chapter 161!

As Garou and Saitama’s long-awaited battle continues in the final chapters of One-punch man, the incredible power that is on display turned the fight into a highly destructive brawl. Yet even with literally earth-shattering attacks, Saitama’s most devastating technique doesn’t even require him to lift a finger.

Saitama’s punches may be the origin of the series’ title, but time and time again, Saitama’s words have proven to be among his most effective weapons, dating back to his first encounter with Hellish Blizzard/Fubuki. . Much of Saitama’s character is based on being a fairly simple and ordinary man, which brings a bit of folk wisdom that can really surprise an opponent. While it doesn’t usually seem like Saitama uses this as a weapon, his simple point of view often frames his opponent’s situation in ways he doesn’t like to acknowledge or hadn’t thought of before. .

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Ever since Saitama met Garou while the hero hunter’s young friend Tareo was around, he has promised not to kill Garou and is determined to follow through. Garou, on the other hand, is freer than ever and cares about nothing but proving his superior power. Normally this would put Saitama at a major disadvantage, but Saitama’s absolutely impenetrable defenses more or less alleviated this problem, as he was able to take every punch Garou threw at him without even a scratch. But Saitama still has to be able to fight back somehow. As he resists Garou’s blows, Saitama points out how Garou’s behavior contradicts his words – rescuing children and fighting monsters alongside heroes are not acts of self-proclaimed ultimate evil.



As any martial artist will confirm, the psychological component of a fight can be just as important as the physical component. More than that, changing someone’s mind won’t defeat them once, but every time they would have posed a threat, and can even make them an ally. Kill Garou does nothing for Saitama beyond sparing him from future attacks, he can survive easily, while persuading the “bad guy” to alter his worldview would give the heroes a powerful ally.

Saitama surely knows this on some level, but part of the reason it works so well for him is because he’s genuinely sincere in his questioning. He doesn’t understand why anyone would seek power for power’s sake, since he basically has unlimited power and all it has brought him is boredom. If he wanted to, Saitama could go mean and enact Garou’s exact plan right now, but he sees no reason to.


Saitama and Garou have been shown to have a lot of similarities during the One-punch man manga, so if anyone can hope to speak to him in words, it will be Saitama. Hopefully it doesn’t take too long to break it in because One-punch man continues, if only for the sake of the few buildings still standing.

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One-Punch Man will prove if Saitama can beat his version of the Hulk https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-man-will-prove-if-saitama-can-beat-his-version-of-the-hulk/ Sun, 17 Apr 2022 19:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-man-will-prove-if-saitama-can-beat-his-version-of-the-hulk/ Garou’s new bonus in the final chapter of One-Punch Man shows that his next big fight will reveal whether Saitama can beat a version of the Hulk. Warning! Contains spoilers for One-punch man chapter 160! The latest issue of One-punch man is about to decide the question of whether Saitama could beat his version of […]]]>

Garou’s new bonus in the final chapter of One-Punch Man shows that his next big fight will reveal whether Saitama can beat a version of the Hulk.

Warning! Contains spoilers for One-punch man chapter 160!

The latest issue of One-punch man is about to decide the question of whether Saitama could beat his version of Pontoon. Saitama’s incredible level of power has led to much speculation as to whether the bald hero could beat the strongest characters from other franchises. While most of these debates are purely speculative, One-punch manThe Hulk’s Next Battle may be able to provide a more concrete answer to this question for the Hulk.

One-punch man is a manga written by ONE with illustrations by Yusuke Murata. It mainly focuses on the adventures of Saitama, a superhero who trained so hard that he went bald and gained the ability to defeat any enemy with a single punch. While it’s debatable whether Saitama can beat heroes like Superman or Goku, it’s clear that there are very few characters (if any) in the One-punch man who can defeat Saitama. One of the few who can potentially do this is the hero hunter Garou. Garou has increased his power level throughout the Monster Association arc and is now almost unrecognizable from when he was first introduced. And in the final chapter, it’s revealed that he may have an easy way to become even more powerful.

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In chapter 160 of One-punch man, Saitama easily knocks Garou back with a single punch. While that’s normal for Saitama’s fights, given how powerful Garou is, it’s still somewhat surprising. This applies both to the reader and to Garou himself. His shock at being beaten so easily quickly gives way to anger at Saitama for standing against him when he’s so close to his goal of becoming the ultimate evil in the world. This anger then causes him to transform into an even stronger form. Unfortunately for him, Garou’s ultimate obstacle is not Saitama, but a small child.



Garou's angry transformation.

The ability to use anger to grow even stronger is one of the signature characteristics of Marvel superhero Hulk. The upper limits of Hulk’s strength are astronomical, and he’s destroyed planets and rocked the multiverse with his mightiest blows. It’s unclear if Garou would also be able to perform such feats if his anger transformed him even more, but if ONE is basing his new bonuses on Hulk’s powers, then it’s very likely. Especially since Garou has already shown immense power in his previous, weaker forms. The fight between Saitama and Garou is one of the most anticipated in the series, so it’s exciting to see how this new transformation will change the battle.


Despite Garou’s growth, Saitama is still able to slap him easily at the end of this chapter. However, this may just make Garou even angrier and potentially trigger another transformation. Even if this is not the case immediately, it is clear that this fight is far from over. Given the parallels between Were and the Pontoon presented in this chapter of One-punch manthis fight can provide concrete evidence as to whether Saitama could actually beat the Green Avenger in a fight.

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What Should Parents Expect from Private Arts Schools? https://saitama-f.net/what-should-parents-expect-from-private-arts-schools/ Fri, 15 Apr 2022 20:04:37 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/?p=520 Highly creative children often demonstrate their abilities early in life, motivating parents to seek innovative ways to nurture that aptitude. By the time students reach high school, their search has often expanded to include private arts institutions. “If a youngster cannot pass a mirror without doing a pirouette or is continually hammering rhythms on their […]]]>

Highly creative children often demonstrate their abilities early in life, motivating parents to seek innovative ways to nurture that aptitude. By the time students reach high school, their search has often expanded to include private arts institutions.

“If a youngster cannot pass a mirror without doing a pirouette or is continually hammering rhythms on their desktop, the parent must evaluate their child’s enthusiasm for the arts,” says Tia Powell Harris, an arts evangelist and former CEO of Washington, D.C.’s Duke Ellington School of the Arts. “Deciding whether or not to enroll them in a high school for the arts is entirely dependent on the kid and their heart.”

Numerous private arts schools exist alongside public magnet schools, with the primary distinction being expense. Although the number of arts-focused high schools in the United States is small, it is diversified, with schools dedicated to music, dance, theater, cinema, and visual arts — and often all of the above.

“Arts schools throughout the nation are very diverse,” says Harris, who is now the New York City Center’s vice president of education and community engagement. “They vary from arts enrichment and academic enhancement via the arts to what Ellington is: a pre-professional training program with the seriousness, discipline, and dedication necessary throughout the breadth of the arts.”

A Look Inside an Arts-Centered High School

Arts schools often attract youths who are zealous in their pursuit of their interest. Numerous students devote numerous hours to developing their creative vision, extending the typical school day in order to practice, rehearse, and work on their trade.

Many students devote the same amount of attention to their academic courses, a balancing act that needs – and develops – exceptional time management skills, according to Sheryl Oring, an arts professor at Wayne State University in Michigan.

“They often graduate from arts high schools as goal-oriented young people who are enthusiastic about their creative vision and very good at managing their time in order to satisfy scholastic standards,” she explains.

Interlochen Arts Academy is one of the most well-known arts-focused boarding schools in the United States, attracting students from 40 nations to its forested, 1,200-acre campus in northwest Michigan. The institution is humming with activity, with 92 percent of students living on campus while balancing intense courses in music, dance, theater, and writing, among other creative disciplines.

“Our children really leap out of bed in the morning,” says Trey Devey, Interlochen’s president. “For a large number of young people, the standard school experience lacks enthusiasm. However, they fuel their enthusiasm every day here, and their love of learning manifests itself in their creative and intellectual endeavors.”

For the current school year, Interlochen’s room and board expenditures exceed $73,000, with almost three-quarters of students getting some kind of financial help, Devey adds. Students have the opportunity to participate in unique events. Prior to the epidemic, Interlochen’s high school students had the chance to play on historic venues, including Carnegie Hall in New York City and Miami Beach’s New World Center.

Harris asserts that attending an arts high school provides pupils with a “advantage” when applying to institutions with an art concentration.

“In my experience, regardless of whether these students attended private or magnet arts high schools, they have consistently been the best-prepared students in my university courses,” Oring adds. “They arrive with a better degree of preparedness, having been inspired to enroll in high school in the first place.”

What Motivates Students of Art?

Many parents and children are driven for reasons other than admission to a prominent arts institution or a job in a theatrical company or symphony. Rather than that, they see the arts as necessary components of creating a rich and full life that is propelled by passion and intellectual curiosity.

“Some parents expose their children to the arts with little hope of generating world-changing artists,” Harris adds. “They want their children to be global citizens, and an art school is a good way to start.”

According to the website of Idyllwild Arts Academy in California, the founders’ mission was to establish a creative collective to “promote multicultural understanding and peace while reimagining the artist’s role to society.” According to the school, art is “humanity’s greatest teacher.”

“Arts high schools nurture creativity regardless of the child’s future endeavors,” Oring argues. “Creativity is a critical component of life success.”

Another reason arts schools are attractive is their diversity.

“There are parents who value diversity and want their kid to attend an arts school because it is more diverse,” Harris explains. “They want their kid to understand the value of diversity and the variety of cultures that exist in a community.”

How to Get Accepted to a Private Arts School

Admissions procedures for private arts schools vary, but sometimes involve an audition or the sharing of an artistic portfolio. Additionally, many colleges need an essay and standardized exam results. According to GAD Capital, creating a connection with the school before acceptance might also be beneficial.

Devey recommends that families who feel their kid may be a fit visit one of Interlochen’s summer programs. This allows the kid and family to get acquainted with the school’s options and enables instructors to become acquainted with the youngster. “It may be a means of connecting with faculty members and introducing the student to them,” Devey explains. Additionally, he advises families to explore the early choice option.

“At that time, we will normally have greater flexibility and availability,” he explains. “If we see this early on, it’s significant to us.”

Academic Life at an Arts College

Parents typically inquire about the curriculum and how it compares to that of regular public or private high schools when contemplating an art-focused high school. According to experts, the answer varies per school.

Ellington, a magnet school inside the Washington, D.C. public school system, is free for district residents but charges tuition for families from outside the district. It provides a comprehensive academic curriculum with a concentration in the arts, including dance, theater, instrumental or vocal music, literary arts and communications, visual arts, technological design and production, and museum studies.

Students work long days, often starting at 8:15 a.m. and ending until 5 p.m. or later, in order to balance academics and creative growth. The institution compels students to maintain a minimum grade-point average and designates a valedictorian and salutatorian based on their grades at graduation.

Academics are also considered seriously at Interlochen. According to Devey, the school has produced more than any other high school, 48 US Presidential Scholars. Around half of Interlochen’s high school graduates enroll in a regular college or university, while the rest attend conservatories or arts-focused colleges.

According to Devey, the extremely innovative curriculum helps pupils stand out to more conventional colleges. “Year after year, people achieve achievement regardless of the course they choose,” he adds. “Here, we redouble our efforts to be unique.”

It’s difficult to disagree with the result. 14 MacArthur Fellows Program “genius grants” and 139 Grammy Awards have been bestowed to Interlochen graduates.

A Selection of Art Schools

It may be beneficial for parents interested in an arts-focused high school to examine several websites. The following is a list of renowned private arts schools:

In Chicago, Illinois, the Chicago Academy for the Arts.

Santa Monica, California’s Crossroads School for the Arts and Sciences

Syracuse, New York’s Manlius Pebble Hill School.

North Hollywood, California’s Oakwood School.

In Brooklyn, New York, St. Ann’s School is located.

Natick, Massachusetts’s Walnut Hill School for the Arts.

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Saitama Proves He Could Be One-Punch Man’s Most Ghastly Villain https://saitama-f.net/saitama-proves-he-could-be-one-punch-mans-most-ghastly-villain/ Fri, 15 Apr 2022 16:35:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/saitama-proves-he-could-be-one-punch-mans-most-ghastly-villain/ One-Punch Man’s main protagonist, Saitama, showed in the final chapter that he has the potential to be the manga’s most terrifying villain. Warning! Contains spoilers for Chapter 161 of One-punch man! Saitama was the protagonist of One-punch man since the beginning of the series, but the final chapter of the manga shows that he may […]]]>

One-Punch Man’s main protagonist, Saitama, showed in the final chapter that he has the potential to be the manga’s most terrifying villain.

Warning! Contains spoilers for Chapter 161 of One-punch man!

Saitama was the protagonist of One-punch man since the beginning of the series, but the final chapter of the manga shows that he may not be the hero that many readers think he is. While the Monster Association has been the manga’s main villain for more than half of the series, they are now defeated. This means the series has an opening for a major new antagonist that Saitama can fill.

One-punch man is a manga written by ONE with art by Yusuke Murata following Saitama, a superhero so powerful he can defeat any enemy with a single punch. Since Saitama can easily render any enemy harmless, the manga has worked hard to keep him indisposed for many of his major battles so he can give other characters a chance to shine and create a sense of tension in his battles. This allowed the series to focus on developing its other main protagonist, hero hunter Garou. When Saitama appears, he is often used primarily for comic relief. However, the series’ latest chapter hints that he might have the potential to fill a completely different role in the series in the future: that of a major antagonist.

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In Chapter 161 of the series, Saitama and Garou finally face off, a moment that many fans have been anticipating for some time. While the fight between them is rather underwhelming, with Saitama easily knocking down Garou with his signature punch, the chapter features one of the most chilling panels in the series to date. When Saitama explains why he came to fight the Monster Association to Garou, he says he first just went out to complain about the noise. But after his house was destroyed in the ensuing conflict, he became so angry that he felt like he could destroy the world and so decided to fight the Monster King to vent.



Saitama looks menacing.

That’s a chilling statement for someone with Saitama’s powers. While in this situation he could vent his anger on the Monster King, if he ever got angry when there was no easily recognizable threat, who knows what he would do. And given Saitama’s massive power level, he could probably destroy the world if he wanted to. And as we see in this chapter, even one of the other most powerful characters in the series, Garou, would be no match for him if he decided to go bad.

While some might consider Saitama’s comment here a joke, the manga certainly implies that there is an undercurrent of truth. Saitama’s face is half shadowed and his eyes are bloodshot when he says this, making him look like someone who could snap at any moment. If he ever breaks down and becomes a villain, Saitama would easily be the most powerful enemy One-punch manthe heroes to ever face off and would cause a major shift in the series’ status quo.


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Goku’s One-Punch Is Stronger Than Saitama’s, And Dragon Ball Proves It https://saitama-f.net/gokus-one-punch-is-stronger-than-saitamas-and-dragon-ball-proves-it/ Thu, 14 Apr 2022 21:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/gokus-one-punch-is-stronger-than-saitamas-and-dragon-ball-proves-it/ Manga fans know that Goku from Dragon Ball is strong, but when he was a kid, he punched harder than any attack from Saitama from One-Punch Man. In the early days of dragonball, Goku managed to pull off some absolutely ridiculous gags, ones that would leave other powerful characters like The man with one fist […]]]>

Manga fans know that Goku from Dragon Ball is strong, but when he was a kid, he punched harder than any attack from Saitama from One-Punch Man.

In the early days of dragonball, Goku managed to pull off some absolutely ridiculous gags, ones that would leave other powerful characters like The man with one fist Saitama clear in the dust.

Dragon Ball Chapter 7, titled “Yamcha and Pu’ar” introduces the aforementioned Desert Bandits, putting them in direct conflict with Goku, Bulma, and Oolong. In the next chapter, Goku and Yamcha fight over their collection of Hoi-Poi capsules. Although surprised at his initial strength and relationship with elderly martial artist Son Gohan, Yamcha manages to send Goku flying through stone pillars with his Wolf Fang Fist. Goku, however, turns out to be just fine and responds with his own technique – the Janken, otherwise known as the Fist of Rock, Paper, Scissors.

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Using this technique, Goku’s palm crush achieves a feat that blurs the line between fiction and reality. Kid Goku smashes Yamcha through the edges of the manga panel, shattering the panels entirely. Saitama, the titular hero of One-punch man was long considered a gag character until the fight with Boros where he had to use more than one punch to defeat the alien warlord. While that gag of being able to defeat anyone with a single punch isn’t quite true, Saitama’s Serious Series: Serious Punch still carried impressive weight by being able to split the atmosphere, a show of force requiring several petatons of energy. This punch, however, pales in comparison to the actual gag of being able to smash a manga panel.



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At the start of the world of Dragon Ball, the limitations placed on each character were much more liberating, allowing Goku to achieve his smashing feat. While Saitama’s signature punch is incredibly strong, bordering on multi-continental power levels, it still falls short of the fictional transcending Janken attack Goku used on Yamcha. While Saitama may be known as One-punch man, by Goku ridiculous palm crush in dragonball could make him aim for the title next.

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One-Punch Man Proves Saitama Is Much Smarter Than Anyone Thought https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-man-proves-saitama-is-much-smarter-than-anyone-thought/ Tue, 12 Apr 2022 22:20:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/one-punch-man-proves-saitama-is-much-smarter-than-anyone-thought/ One-Punch Man Chapter 162 proved once again that despite Saitama’s ridiculous behavior, he’s not always as clueless as he seems. Warning: Contains spoilers for One-punch man chapter #162 The protagonist of One-punch man, Saitama, usually acts clueless and unaware of what is going on around him. Coupled with his ridiculous strength, Saitama’s behavior is one […]]]>

One-Punch Man Chapter 162 proved once again that despite Saitama’s ridiculous behavior, he’s not always as clueless as he seems.

Warning: Contains spoilers for One-punch man chapter #162

The protagonist of One-punch man, Saitama, usually acts clueless and unaware of what is going on around him. Coupled with his ridiculous strength, Saitama’s behavior is one of the manga’s main sources of comedy and charm. However, the final chapter of the manga showed that Saitama is actually much more aware than he usually shows.

One-punch man currently reaches the top of the Monster Association arc. The heroes have launched a full assault on the Monster Association headquarters, and much of this very long saga has been taken up with the fights between the S-class heroes and the leaders of the Monster Association. As always, the focus shifted away from Saitama, except for the part where he faced off against the Monster King, Orochi, quickly dispatching him with a punch. It is the uniqueness of One-punch man. When the other heroes are “on stage”, it works like a classic shonen/action manga with superhero tones, and it’s great at that. When Saitama appears, the parody aspects of the manga are revealed, and One-punch man shows his unique take on the genre.

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The show’s gags usually revolve around him having no idea what’s going on around him, as Saitama’s incredible strength means he just doesn’t care. He’s usually more concerned with things like money, food, or video games, rather than the fate of the world, though he’s the one who ends up saving the day each time. There were, however, instances where Saitama went out of character and showed his serious side. A famous example of Saitama’s seriousness is when he complimented the weak hero Mumen Rider for his “good fight” against the Deep Sea King. In a more recent chapter, Saitama finally reunited with his friend/follower Genos, who was in terrible shape after a gruesome battle with monsters. Saitama went to Genos, unaware of a huge fight around him, and congratulated him on his growth, a touching moment that was celebrated in the manga with a full-color double-page spread.



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Chapter #162 provided the clearest example of the extent to which Saitama actually has a deep understanding of what’s going on around him. He eventually comes face to face with the “Hero Hunter” Garou, who has apparently turned into a monster. Saitama immediately sees through Garou’s true intentions and understands that he is merely pretending to be a monster to make people hate him. He goes one step further and openly provokes Garou into a fight, which Saitama never does as he knows what the outcome will be. Saitama calling Garou “chicken” is completely off the mark, but it makes sense in light of the words he exchanges with the kid Tarou at the end of the chapter.


Saitama understands that Tarou, who was saved by Garou in the past, wants him to stop posing as a monster, and he steps in to help both the child and the former Hero Hunter. Saitama isn’t just a comedy character, he’s actually a lot more nuanced than he seems. His constant boredom and apparent lack of interest is just the surface of his character, deep down he’s a man with a strong sense of justice who understands what it’s like to be a hero. While Saitama’s comedic antics and clueless demeanor are always funny, his encounter with Genos or his attitude towards Garou are the moments that make One-punch manit is weird formula actually works.


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Saitama teaches Garo the true meaning of power https://saitama-f.net/saitama-teaches-garo-the-true-meaning-of-power/ Sat, 09 Apr 2022 15:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/saitama-teaches-garo-the-true-meaning-of-power/ Garo has grown exponentially stronger through many fights, but One-Punch Man Chapter 159 reminds him of who he should have been chasing all along. The following contains spoilers for One-Punch Man Chapter 159, “Source of Anxiety,” by One, Yusuke Murata, John Werry, and James Gaubatz, available in English via Viz Media. A punchGaro has been […]]]>

Garo has grown exponentially stronger through many fights, but One-Punch Man Chapter 159 reminds him of who he should have been chasing all along.


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The following contains spoilers for One-Punch Man Chapter 159, “Source of Anxiety,” by One, Yusuke Murata, John Werry, and James Gaubatz, available in English via Viz Media.

A punchGaro has been trying to build up his strength since his debut and has undeniably become one of the strongest characters in the series. He constantly sought to fight strong opponents and managed to improve. He’s gotten to a point where even S-class heroes don’t fit him anymore. In chapter 159, however, Garo is reminded that even though he has reached unimaginable heights, he has yet to reach the true embodiment of power.


When Garo was first introduced in One-punch man, he was already a strong human who was able to easily defeat B-class heroes as well as dozens of criminals. His strength reached greater heights after facing S-class heroes, and more so when he was monstrous. Although he initially lost consciousness and sentience after being turned into a monster, he eventually regained his humanity and perfected his own form of martial art. Even so, Garo remains far from the strongest in the series.

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After proving how strong he had become by splitting Centisennin in half with one hand, Garo assessed his current position. He thought the S-class heroes – who had been eliminated and had yet to appear – were down for the count, leaving no one else to stop him from achieving his dream. Although he knew it, he felt like he had forgotten something important – what he did.


When Saitama went to him, Garo didn’t recognize the hero. He thought Bald Cape was a little hero on a rescue mission, but he answered his inquiry by pretending to be a monster that would bring despair to all mankind. Saitama didn’t believe him, however, as he saw Garo kill Centisennin and save the helicopter full of humans. He ignored Garo’s chatter and turned to leave, saying there was nothing to do as he didn’t really look like a monster. Checked by this attitude, Garo launched a sneak attack – only to be sent flying by a single punch.

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Saitama punches Garo in One-Punch Man

Saitama sending Garo flying reminded him of his previous encounters with the hero, and he realized that the party he should have sought to fight was not the S-class heroes or the monsters. It was Saitama, who repeatedly defeated him with a single punch. Clearly, the Hero Hunter remains inferior to Bald Cape, but it’s also true that Garo improves faster the stronger his enemy is. It won’t be surprising to see him get another power-up or two during his fight with Saitama, though it’s highly doubtful he can – or ever will – defeat One-punch manis the overpowered hero.


Garo may have come a long way, but there are still existences like Saitama above him. His realization of Saitama’s identity will certainly lead him to challenge the hero, which will consequently result in the most anticipated fight yet. One-punch man.


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Tiny Tina’s Wonderland Player Creates One Punch Man’s Saitama https://saitama-f.net/tiny-tinas-wonderland-player-creates-one-punch-mans-saitama/ Sat, 02 Apr 2022 18:17:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/tiny-tinas-wonderland-player-creates-one-punch-mans-saitama/ A Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands player uses the game’s all-new character creation tools to recreate Saitama from One Punch Man. Thanks to developer Gearbox Software’s focus on complete creative freedom when it comes to custom player character this time around, The wonders of Tiny Tina turns out to be a whiteboard that allows players to develop […]]]>

A Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands player uses the game’s all-new character creation tools to recreate Saitama from One Punch Man.


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Thanks to developer Gearbox Software’s focus on complete creative freedom when it comes to custom player character this time around, The wonders of Tiny Tina turns out to be a whiteboard that allows players to develop their own character. However, many players have already mastered said tools to recreate famous pop culture icons in-game, such as a player’s version of Scorpion from mortal combat. Today, a talented and detail-oriented gamer has brought one of Japan’s most popular superhero characters to Wonderland.

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For the uninitiated, The wonders of Tiny Tina builds on the standards set by previous entries into the Borderlands franchise from which it originated while differing in several major aspects. To know, WonderlandThe all-new Custom Creator allows players to design their own character, rather than playing as a specific character with a scripted personality and voice lines. This feature has been acclaimed by critics and gamers alike, as it can be used to develop hilarious and quirky protagonists to roam through the vast open world.

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By using the complete creation tool of Tiny Tina’s WonderlandReddit user KingGoomIV has masterfully recreated the immeasurably overpowered Saitama from the hit A punch franchise. Luckily, pretty much everything about this fantastical rendition of the anime series lead makes a difference, like his signature bald head, matching red boots and gloves, and legendary lemon-colored jumpsuit. On top of that, even Saitama’s almost emotionless glare is also present in this digital rendition.

For those who don’t know A punch, it was a webcomic created by an artist known simply as ONE in early 2009. However, after many years, the series only made a splash in the anime community after a team of artists redesigned the entire webcomic into a high quality manga. . Since then, the series has been transformed into an animated show that has brought the adventures of its titular main character to small screens around the world. Talking about that, A punch features Saitama, a man who can beat any opponent with a single punch, which often leads to lots of hilarious non-sequence and slapstick action.


In summary, even though the game only hit stores a week ago, The wonders of Tiny Tina already proves to have a fun community that pushes the game to its limits by producing some of the most impressive game creations around. Hopefully, as time goes on and more players master the creation tools, the community will have more great recreations to share in the future.

The wonders of Tiny Tina is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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Naoya Inoue takes on Nonito Donaire on June 7 in Saitama, Japan https://saitama-f.net/naoya-inoue-takes-on-nonito-donaire-on-june-7-in-saitama-japan/ Wed, 30 Mar 2022 13:45:37 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/naoya-inoue-takes-on-nonito-donaire-on-june-7-in-saitama-japan/ By Dan Ambrose: IBF/WBA bantamweight champion Naoya ‘Monster’ Inoue (22-0, 19 KOs) will face WBC champion Nonito Donaire (42-6, 28 KOs) in a three-belt unification contest on June 7 at Saitama. Super Arena in Japan. This is the long-awaited rematch between the famously undefeated 28-year-old “Monster” Inoue and 39-year-old Donaire from their 2019 fight, which […]]]>

By Dan Ambrose: IBF/WBA bantamweight champion Naoya ‘Monster’ Inoue (22-0, 19 KOs) will face WBC champion Nonito Donaire (42-6, 28 KOs) in a three-belt unification contest on June 7 at Saitama. Super Arena in Japan.

This is the long-awaited rematch between the famously undefeated 28-year-old “Monster” Inoue and 39-year-old Donaire from their 2019 fight, which was won by the Japanese star by unanimous decision in 12 rounds.

Donaire wanted a rematch all this time against Inoue, and he finally got his wish. Considering how brutal the fight was for Inoue in terms of the punishment he took the last time he fought Donaire, it’s no surprise that it took this long for the rematch to happen.

The Inoue vs. Donaire 2 rematch will take place at the same venue as their fight on November 9, 2019, at the Super Arena in Saitama, a battle in which both guys were injured.

Donaire was let go by a hard shot in the midsection in the eleventh round. He showed tenacity by getting up and moving around the ring to stop Inoue from finishing him off. Inoue’s victory earned him the World Boxing Super Series trophy.

The scores were 116-111, 114-113 and 117-109, but the final score did not match the fight inside the ring. It was closer than that.

In round two, Inoue suffered a cut to his left eye after Donaire caught him with a hard left hook. Later in the fight, Donaire staggered Inoue with a straight right hand to the head that briefly turned his legs to jelly.

After being injured, Inoue did a great job dodging Inoue’s huge left hooks which would have probably knocked him out had they lost.

Inoue suffered a hairline and fractured eye socket early in the fight and looked beaten by the end.

“Although I suffered an orbital fracture in the second round, I tried to stay smart. I won by decision. It was such a big test for me,” said ‘Monster’ Inoue.

Donaire did a great job coming back from the loss to Inoue, defeating WBC bantamweight champion Nordine Oubaali by fourth-round knockout on May 29, 2021, then successfully defending the belt by stopping challenger Reymart Gaballo in the 4th round. December 11.

Last year, Donaire was scheduled to face 118-pound WBO champion John Riel Casimero in a unification bout on August 14, but he pulled out of the fight on VADA testing.

Since winning over Donaire in 2019, Inoue has stopped Jason Moloney, Michael Dasmarinas and Aran Dipaen. The fight against Dipaen didn’t make much sense, considering the Thai fighter was an obscure contender who had never beaten anyone of note to assess a world title against Inoue.

Given how little opposition Inoue has faced in his last three fights, it’s unclear how well he’ll fare under fire from Donaire, who has the power to knock him out.

If Inoue hadn’t done such a good job of dodging Donaire’s blows the last time they fought, chances are he got knocked out. In the rematch, Inoue will need to dodge those same shots from Donsire if he is to claim victory.

Despite Donaire’s advanced age of 39, he still fights at an incredibly high level, thanks to the overwhelming power and hand speed he’s been blessed with.

Donaire lost some speed as he got older, but he had so much to start with that he’s still more than fast enough to outrun the opposition in the 118-pound division.

The Inoue vs. Donaire rematch on June 7 could come down to which of the two knockout artists will land first. If Donaire injures Inoue, the Japanese fighter might not be as lucky to dodge his power punches as he did last time out.

Likewise, Donaire might not be able to overcome a body shot like he did in the 11th round against Inoue.


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Could Saitama from One-Punch Man actually survive his own punch? https://saitama-f.net/could-saitama-from-one-punch-man-actually-survive-his-own-punch/ Mon, 21 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/could-saitama-from-one-punch-man-actually-survive-his-own-punch/ One-Punch Man’s Saitama is famous for being able to defeat any enemy with a single attack, but could Saitama himself survive that iconic punch? In One-punch man #5, while watering his cactus, a mosquito arrives and tries to bite Saitamathe hand. Annoyed, Saitama slips on the bug but misses. He glides again, seemingly hitting the […]]]>

One-Punch Man’s Saitama is famous for being able to defeat any enemy with a single attack, but could Saitama himself survive that iconic punch?

In One-punch man #5, while watering his cactus, a mosquito arrives and tries to bite Saitamathe hand. Annoyed, Saitama slips on the bug but misses. He glides again, seemingly hitting the dead insect only to see it fly away again. Increasingly frustrated to the point of becoming enraged, Saitama furiously swings at the insect to get him to escape his blows. Finally, it lands on Saitama’s temple, to which he responds with a well-placed slap to the side of the head. Amazingly, not only does the Mosquito escape the strike, but Saitama himself is “no more uncomfortable”. While the scene provides a humorous introduction to the evil mosquito, it also raises the question; Can Saitama take his own punch?

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Saitama’s strengths and abilities are simple yet effective. If he gets close enough to hit an opponent with his fists, his “punch” will knock them out. So far he has used these skills with devastating results. Indeed, a list of those who succumbed to the “one-punch” includes a cavalcade of incredibly powerful monsters and villains. Despite such accolades, Saitama’s abilities have become a source of frustration, even to himself. His enormous strength means that no villain can truly challenge Saitama in One-punch man. However, as the scene with the mosquito among the many opponents who have been punched by Saitama suggests, the only person who seems most able to withstand the unstoppable force of his one-punch technique is Saitama himself.


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From a purely physical standpoint, Saitama should be able to survive his punch. This is because the dynamics that allow a fist, arm, torso and legs to be able to generate a large outward force towards an opponent are not present to support such a large inward force towards one’s own. body, especially if the target of the strike is his own. head. That is to say, even as powerful as Saitama is, he wouldn’t be able to produce the same punch he gave Centichoro to his face or body. It might be painful, but it would be possible to survive.


Second, there’s the fact that most people seem to have a natural tendency to avoid actions that intentionally hurt themselves. In other words, even if Saitama would be able to physically deliver the same punch he inflicts on an opponent, it would be mentally unlikely that he would deliver it with the same force. In other words, no matter how badly he might want to knock himself out, seeing his fist coming to his face, forehead, or chest, his mind would likely institute some degree of reactive control so that the strike wouldn’t be not to its full capacity. As they demonstrated trying to kill the Mosquito, the automatic self-control would prevent Saitama from hitting himself with the same force he would use on an opponent.


Third, there is the mental aspect of his style. Although he could knock most people out, some opponents were able to withstand his blows. The ability to resist, however, is not based on their own abilities, but rather Saitama’s feelings towards them. That is, if Saitama cares about them or believes it’s unjustified to give them all his strength, then he won’t hit them with all his might. Assuming Saitama loves himself, he’s also unlikely to use his full ability to hit himself.

Finally, there’s the fact that apart from his punching power, One-punch man is one of the most resilient superheroes in the world. It comes from Saitamais a rigorous, yet simple, workout regimen. Indeed, he has withstood the best his opponents have given him and rarely walks away with a scratch. Accordingly, there is no evidence to suggest that he would be physically unable to resist even his own attack by One-punch man.


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