Saitamab artist – Saitama F http://saitama-f.net/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 04:08:38 +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 Saitama finally fights with all his might https://saitama-f.net/saitama-finally-fights-with-all-his-might/ Sat, 16 Jul 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/saitama-finally-fights-with-all-his-might/ Saitama’s greatest wish in One-Punch Man was to fight with all his might. It finally happens in chapter 165 – but wasn’t as exciting as he expected. The following contains spoilers for One-Punch Man Chapter 165, “1.0”, by One, Yusuke Murata, John Werry and James Gaubatz, available in English via Viz Media. One-punch manThe super-powered […]]]>

Saitama’s greatest wish in One-Punch Man was to fight with all his might. It finally happens in chapter 165 – but wasn’t as exciting as he expected.

The following contains spoilers for One-Punch Man Chapter 165, “1.0”, by One, Yusuke Murata, John Werry and James Gaubatz, available in English via Viz Media.

One-punch manThe super-powered protagonist of Saitama, was an ordinary office worker until a sudden inspiration prompted him to pursue heroism. He followed a consistent daily workout of 100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats, and a ten-kilometer run. This rigor eventually paid off as he broke his limiter and became the strongest individual in the series. However, unparalleled strength comes at a high price.

After reaching the top, no one came close to matching Saitama’s strength. The bald hero could take out any villain and threat with a single punch. Due to his unparalleled power, he could no longer experience the thrill of combat and considered battles a boring drudgery; even potentially lethal threats could not faze him. As such, Saitama’s dream was to find someone who could wield his full power without meeting his demise – and it finally comes true in Chapter 165.


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Even after many chapters of pure action in One-punch man, Saitama and Garo’s fight continued to grow more heated. Garo managed to grow stronger and more destructive, slowly transforming into an existence that threatened even Cape Bald. It got to a point where a single exchange between the two powerful forces threatened the planet’s existence, prompting Blast and his comrades to transport them both to one of Jupiter’s moons.

Upon landing on the satellite, Saitama recalled a similar experience but quickly dismissed the memory. His main concern was finally being able to give his all against a strong opponent, a scenario he had wanted for a long time. However, the bald hero wasn’t even a little excited. All he felt was emptiness as he stared at his disciple’s core, refusing to let him go as he might get lost if his clothes were destroyed.


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Saitama isn’t the only one waiting for the day his dream will come true. All One-punch man fandom anticipated this as well, especially since the hero obliterated any characters that try to block his path without much effort. However, no one expected the big day to be so heavy and dark. The moody atmosphere isn’t because the fight is lackluster, but because Genos had to be sacrificed just to make it happen.

After reaching his maximum strength, Saitama couldn’t feel the joy of fighting with all his might, although that didn’t mean he didn’t feel like it anymore. Saitama’s greatest wish is to find an opponent he can fight with all his might, and that was granted in Chapter 165. But since the situation is far from ideal, it gives One-punch man Fans conflicting emotions of excitement and terror.

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Never mind beating Goku, can Saitama defeat Arale? https://saitama-f.net/never-mind-beating-goku-can-saitama-defeat-arale/ Tue, 17 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/never-mind-beating-goku-can-saitama-defeat-arale/ Since the appearance of One-punch man anime in 2015, the incredible power of Saitama has been the subject of conversation and comparison. “But can he beat Goku?” is a question often thrown into the mix whenever there’s a discussion of a powerful anime character, but it might be the wrong question in this case. Who […]]]>

Since the appearance of One-punch man anime in 2015, the incredible power of Saitama has been the subject of conversation and comparison. “But can he beat Goku?” is a question often thrown into the mix whenever there’s a discussion of a powerful anime character, but it might be the wrong question in this case.

Who would win between Saitama and Goku is definitely an interesting question; however, there may not be a lack of a definitive answer. A better question, which might go deeper, might be whether or not Saitama can do something Goku didn’t, and defeat Arale Norimaki, a character from Akira Toriyama’s gag manga, Dr. Slump.

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Arale Norimaki

Arale is an android built by scientist Senbei Norimaki. She is energetic, naive and completely lacking in common sense. Arale is also ridiculously strong, doing things like accidentally destroying cars while dashing through traffic. Arale is an almost perfect android, his only flaw being his myopia. Arale is subjected to something some people have called “Toon Physics”, in which things that would regularly be fatal are simply brushed off, and various impossible feats are made possible as a joke. His stats are insane, like being able to destroy the Earth with a single punch, walking at Mach 1 speeds, and various other unfathomable skills.


In Dragon Ball Super, Arale made an appearance in Episode 69, where she faced Vegeta and Goku one after the other. She completely embarrassed them both, but Vegeta made a key observation: Arale operates by an entirely different set of rules – gag manga rules. After applying the ridiculous illogicality of the gag manga to his fight, Vegeta was finally able to land a blow on Arale. It’s for this reason that Arale vs. Goku or Vegeta is an unfair match, and by extension, pitting Saitama against a similar set of characters raises the same incongruity.

To further illustrate Arale’s impossible strength, she combines a Kamehameha fired by Goku in his Super Saiyan Blue form with her own ki shot, before following the resulting beam fight with another 100 times more powerful ki shot. than the last. This puzzled Goku, who was happy to see her again, saying she’s as strong as she remembers. Essentially, Goku has never beaten Arale, and the only character she officially couldn’t beat is another Dr. Slump character subject to the same forces.


Saitama

Like Arale, Saitama is the protagonist of a gag manga and possesses incredible power, as the title of the series suggests. Due to his power being an inherent quality of One-Punch Man as a narrative (sequence or otherwise), Saitama’s immense strength is also by definition a similar aspect to Toon Physics in regards to its consequences. Like Arale, Saitama is unbeatable, seemingly impossible to damage, and overcomes any opponent with relative ease. Like Arale, Saitama faces a few strong characters from her own universe, but unlike her, Saitama has never been unable to defeat another character from the One-Punch Man universe.


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Arale’s special position

Both characters are defined in their respective universes as characters of unparalleled strength, operating within the rules of the gag, the ambiguous and amorphous realm where character limitations are delightfully inconsistent or impossibly the opposite. Gag anime characters like Saitama and Arale operate in their own distinct metaphysical category, where the very nature of their being is irreconcilable even though they exist in universes filled with elements that function in their reality similarly to them, to similar degrees. Arale does not necessarily defeat all opponents in a single attack like Saitama does; but she’s capable of planet-destroying feats and incredible strength that Goku has struggled to keep up with, at least as recently as Super Saiyan Blue. The air pressure from Saitama’s punches (those that don’t come into contact with anything) is powerful enough to level cities, and it was said by the series’ manga artist Yusuke Murata that Saitama could destroy the planet Earth if he wished.


These two are perhaps very well-matched characters subject to physics (or lack thereof) in the realm of the gag they inhabit, and also in the context of the permanence of comparisons to Goku when it comes to the strong characters. What gives Arale relevance in this case is the fact that while fans can’t find a definitive answer as to who would win between Saitama and Goku, there has been evidence that at different times in his life, the benchmark of strength that is Goku was never able to have a conclusive victory against Arale. It’s hard to say who would win between Saitama and Arale given their incredible strength and durability, but perhaps this question can bring fans closer to deciding who they think would win between Saitama and Goku. This is due to Arale’s unique position of having inhabited a universe other than her native, consequently existing canonically in both gag and non-gag media; in addition to being a character who has faced Goku several times without losing a single time.


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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 Announces Exclusive Multi-Year Partnership with Mixed Martial Arts League Eagle FC https://saitama-f.net/saitama-announces-exclusive-multi-year-partnership-with-mixed-martial-arts-league-eagle-fc/ Fri, 11 Mar 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/saitama-announces-exclusive-multi-year-partnership-with-mixed-martial-arts-league-eagle-fc/ The multi-year agreement also calls for the companies to work together to promote forward-thinking business ventures in a number of industries to strengthen both organizations. Financial details of the sponsorship are not disclosed, but the companies have acknowledged the deal was in the seven figures. “At Saitama’s Partnering with Eagle FC will introduce our cryptocurrency […]]]>

The multi-year agreement also calls for the companies to work together to promote forward-thinking business ventures in a number of industries to strengthen both organizations. Financial details of the sponsorship are not disclosed, but the companies have acknowledged the deal was in the seven figures.

At Saitama’s Partnering with Eagle FC will introduce our cryptocurrency platform to an even larger and more diverse audience,” said Aaron Mohsini, CMO of Saitama. “This exclusive partnership allows the two companies to jointly develop a platform as MMA and cryptocurrencies grow in popularity globally.

“Saitama Inu is the perfect partner for Eagle FC as we continue to grow globally and further benefit our athletes,” said Eagle FC CEO. Rizvan Magomedov mentioned. “At Saitama’s our priorities are aligned with ours, and we believe this partnership will provide incredibly unique opportunities for multiple platforms in the years to come.”

Saitama has seen rapid growth in the cryptocurrency industry, even introducing its own smart wallet, Saitamask. Allow investors of any level to be in control by serving as a one-stop-shop where users can connect the payment system of their choice and be able to buy, sell, transfer and trade without leaving the app mobile.

The first MMA match to feature the partnership will be between the former UFC title challenger Kevin Lee and MMA legend Diego Sanchez. “Eagle FC 46: Lee vs. Sanchez” takes place Friday March 11 at the FLXcast Arena in Miami.

On Saitama:

Saitama, is a fast-growing, community-driven cryptocurrency platform whose mission is to promote financial well-being by empowering people of all ages and cultures to take control of their money and create their own wealth opportunities. The $SAITAMA token is built on the Ethereum (ERC-20) blockchain with smart code that makes it safe to invest in and beneficial to hold. Saitama believes that transparency is a key factor for the success and sustainability of its project and is therefore committed to a series of measures aimed at making Saitama the most transparent project on the alt-crypto market. More information on : Saitamatoken.com.

About Eagle FC:

Founded by one of the greatest fighters in MMA history, Khabib Nurmagomedov, and led by CEO Rizvan Magomedov, Eagle FC is the MMA league that was built for the people, by the people, with the intention of putting our fighters and our fans first. Featuring elite talent from around the world, Eagle FC began promoting high profile cards in 2017 and seeks to find athletes who, like the promotion, are obsessed with greatness. New events are held monthly in the US and select international locations and stream exclusively on FLXcast. Register today at www.EagleFC.com.

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Goku vs. Saitama has already been settled by One-Punch Man https://saitama-f.net/goku-vs-saitama-has-already-been-settled-by-one-punch-man/ Sat, 26 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/goku-vs-saitama-has-already-been-settled-by-one-punch-man/ One-Punch Man and Dragon Ball fans constantly debate Goku vs. Saitama, but the stats don’t lie on who would have emerged victorious in the manga. Comic book fans love to debate power levels, especially in the case of characters defined by their immense strength, such as dragonballit’s Goku and One-punch manit’s Saitama. However, many readers […]]]>

One-Punch Man and Dragon Ball fans constantly debate Goku vs. Saitama, but the stats don’t lie on who would have emerged victorious in the manga.

Comic book fans love to debate power levels, especially in the case of characters defined by their immense strength, such as dragonballit’s Goku and One-punch manit’s Saitama. However, many readers may not know that they already have all the information they need to determine who is the strongest.

Both Goku and Saitama have reached incredible levels of power through a mix of training and natural abilities. There is, however, a key difference between the two. Although he is the protagonist of his series, Goku is not the strongest character. He constantly encounters opponents more powerful than himself, thus being forced to exceed his limits and reach new heights. This is dragonball‘s defining trait, and it influenced the development of shonen manga for decades. On the other hand, One-punch man was imagined as a parody of series like dragonball, and it reverses their basic concept: the protagonist Saitama is extremely strong from the start, rather than at the end as is usually the case, leaving no room for further development. Despite this difference, thanks to the snippets of information provided during the two series, it is possible to compare the strength of the two protagonists and see who wins.

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Starting from raw physical strength, Goku’s is not easy to measure due to his transformations. In his base form, Goku is able to lift no more than 40 tons. Super Saiyan Stages 1, 2, and 3 multiply his strength by 50, 100, and 400 times respectively, making it 16,000 tons. It is unknown how much the next transformation, Super Saiyan God, increases the previous power, but the next stage, Super Saiyan Blue, increases the strength by an additional 50 times, so that Goku is able to lift a minimum of 800 000 tons. During a recent battle, Saitama revealed that he can carry a military aircraft carrier. Newer aircraft carriers used by the US Navy average 100,000 tons, so in this respect, Saitama’s stated minimum strength is much lower than Goku’s.



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Moving on to speed, Goku can be calculated knowing that it took Goku 28 hours to complete the 625,000 miles of Snake Way in Dragon Ball Z, making it over 11,000 miles per hour. Multiplying that with the same Super Saiyan rate of increase used for strength, Goku’s speed in Super Saiyan 1 form is almost 335 million miles per hour, almost half the speed of light. Once Goku reaches his other power-ups, he can then easily move at light speed. Saitama has also shown impressive feats of speed: he can run on water (which requires at least a running speed of 80 km/h) and, even more impressively, he was able to travel from the Moon to Earth. (384,400 km) in a moment. If this time is factored into 1.5 seconds (it’s not clearly stated in the manga, however), that means Saitama is capable of traveling at a speed of 256,266 km/h (159,236 mph). This would make him much slower than Goku, even without taking into account the latter’s use of the instantaneous transmission technique. However, in terms of combat speed, they would likely be matched, as Saitama was able to dodge boulders thrown at near-lightspeed by the Geryuganshoop monster.


There are other factors to consider that work in Goku’s favor as well. Saitama is unable to fly or use energy-based attacks like Goku can. Additionally, the Saiyan possesses greater combat experience, having constantly trained and fought with the strongest warriors in the universe, while Saitama is unable to find anyone who can truly challenge him. However, for this same reason, Goku’s abilities are still expressed at their current maximum level, while Saitama’s lack of effort means readers have no idea of ​​his actual strength levels. Every calculation presented above is obviously an approximation, as comic book characters rarely adhere to the laws of physics, but from what has been revealed in One-punch man and dragonballLooks like Goku is greater than Saitama.


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Why is Saitama from One Punch-Man so strong? The “Limiter Pause” Explained https://saitama-f.net/why-is-saitama-from-one-punch-man-so-strong-the-limiter-pause-explained/ Fri, 11 Feb 2022 22:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/why-is-saitama-from-one-punch-man-so-strong-the-limiter-pause-explained/ One Punch-Man fans have wondered about the secret of Saitama’s strength, but a theory laid out in the manga already explains it all. The premise of A punch is that its protagonist Saitama is stronger than anything and anyone he could face. Because the manga started out as a parody of the shonen like, the […]]]>

One Punch-Man fans have wondered about the secret of Saitama’s strength, but a theory laid out in the manga already explains it all.

The premise of A punch is that its protagonist Saitama is stronger than anything and anyone he could face. Because the manga started out as a parody of the shonen like, the reason why Saitama is so powerful has never been explained. However, a supporting character actually offered an explanation that makes perfect sense in the context of the manga’s more recent developments.

At the beginning of A punch, Saitama was a young unemployed man with a nihilistic attitude. He had no purpose in life and believed he would never find one, nor fit into society. After a chance encounter with a monster (also called “mysterious beings” in the manga), he recalls his childhood dream of being a hero and begins training every day. His “workout” is actually nothing spectacular, just 100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, and 100 squats, and a 10k run, but he did it every day. After three years, he is so powerful that he can defeat any monster with a single punch. He then begins his career as a professional hero, but due to his excessive strength, nothing is a challenge for him, meaning he still struggles to find motivation or excitement.

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There’s no way that Saitama’s training explains his power: other professional manga heroes have trained more horribly and are far from his level. However, there is a theory that could explain it, offered by Dr. Genus, an evil ancient scientist whose experiments were destroyed by Saitama. After witnessing the hero’s power, Genus theorizes that Saitama may have removed something he calls “limiter”. After being defeated, Genus accepted Saitama’s teaching that the true power of humans is the ability to change and grow. However, Genus later adds that there is a limit to the growth of a being, human or monster, put there by God to ensure that one does not obtain unlimited power, thus losing all sense of purpose and mental health. Saitama was able to remove this “limiter”, but the true means remain unclear. It might be Saitama’s stubborn repetition of the same simple exercises every day for three years (which puts a huge strain on a human body), but when this workout regimen was revealed in the manga, it was intended as a comedy spot, so the reason remains unclear.



However, the “limiter” theory was exposed by Dr. Genus in chapter #89, long after he met Saitama and the “workout diet comedy bit” (in chapter #11), thus giving him a lot more credit. Also, the same theory was used by Psykos, the mastermind behind the Monster Association, who experimented to find ways to break the growth limit. His only success was the Monster King Orochi, who started out as a normal human being and grew into the strongest monster through a repeated process of near-death experiences. This was mentioned in chapter #94, proving that the “limiter pause” is actually an important and recurring concept in the manga. It also proves that there is a connection between the process of “breaking the limiter” and “monsterification”, a fact confirmed by the evolution of Garou, a martial artist who was transformed into an incredibly powerful monster by the same cheating process repeated to death.


It’s still unclear how Saitama managed to break his limiter, and why didn’t he lose his mind in the process. Was this simple training regimen enough to bring him closer to death each day? It’s also interesting that Genus mentions “lose all use“as a risk of gaining too much power: perhaps Saitama avoided losing his mind because he had very little purpose to begin with other than becoming a hero (a concept explored in the extra flashback chapter”200 yen“). Finally, Genus’ mention of “God“a reference to the mysterious all-powerful being who begins to appear as the main villain of A punch? Only time will tell.


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What does Saitama’s return mean? https://saitama-f.net/what-does-saitamas-return-mean/ Mon, 06 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/what-does-saitamas-return-mean/ The latest chapter of One Punch Man has the entire fan base talking. Although the chapter contained a lot of content that fans enjoyed, one character’s reappearance blew everyone away. Siatama reappeared in this arc after a brief period of absence. This article explores the possible implications of his return and determines the direction in […]]]>

The latest chapter of One Punch Man has the entire fan base talking. Although the chapter contained a lot of content that fans enjoyed, one character’s reappearance blew everyone away.

Siatama reappeared in this arc after a brief period of absence. This article explores the possible implications of his return and determines the direction in which the plot of One Punch Man progresses from this point.


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One Punch Man fans enjoyed Chapter 154 seeing King “unleash” his Ultimate Hellfire Burst Wave Motion Cannon. But now that Siatama is back, the manga will likely take a whole new direction.

Saitama’s entry into the battlefield could imply that the Monster Association arc may finally be coming to an end. It was fun to see all the heroes take on the Dragon Tier villains and give it their all.

Former student Garou managed to beat his ex-master, Bang, and seemed to regain consciousness when Bang asked him to listen to the voice in his heart.

Following this, he rescues Bang from Fuhrer Ugly and proceeds to eliminate the remaining Dragon-level villains, including Platinum Sperm. Fans can expect Garou to fight Saitama now that he’s back. Garou, at the end of the day, is a martial artist and his pride will lead him to challenge Saitama to a duel.

Garou has become much stronger than he was before, and it’s entirely possible for fans to see Garou become arrogant and overconfident.

If this does not happen, Saitama will engage in combat if he learns of Bang’s condition. It’s quite possible that Bang’s brother will seek the help of the One Punch Man protagonist in order to defeat Garou.

The Hero Hunter is the only remaining villain and it makes sense that Saitama would help the rest of the heroes defeat him and stop him from doing any further damage.

It’s important to understand that the aforementioned information comes from fan theories suggested by One Punch Man readers. There are no official statements to confirm these theories.


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What makes Mob different from Saitama https://saitama-f.net/what-makes-mob-different-from-saitama/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://saitama-f.net/what-makes-mob-different-from-saitama/ A One-punch man has enjoyed great success since the self-published web manga began publishing in 2009. The series would get a remake in 2012, serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump with artwork by Eyeshield 21 mangaka Yusuke Murata. Although One-punch man is ONE’s best-known series, Mob Psycho 100 is equally funny while dealing with a completely […]]]>

A One-punch man has enjoyed great success since the self-published web manga began publishing in 2009. The series would get a remake in 2012, serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump with artwork by Eyeshield 21 mangaka Yusuke Murata. Although One-punch man is ONE’s best-known series, Mob Psycho 100 is equally funny while dealing with a completely different setting and characters.

Both series follow a similar plan; revolving around unassuming, overpowered tracks whose incredible strength is played for laughs. But that does not mean that the two protagonists are completely identical. In fact, there are many things that separate Saitama and Mob. Overpowered abilities aside, the two are written to be very different in their respective series.

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The typical ONE protagonist


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Mob and Saitama share certain traits that indicate ONE’s writing style, namely how both possess god-like power compared to that of their peers and adversaries. Mob’s incredible psychic abilities and effortless way in which he deals with seemingly powerful foes plays out similarly to Saitama, with both characters serving as a comic foil to the grave events unfolding around them.

Like Saitama, Mob doesn’t seem to stand out as much as a typical main character when not engaged in combat. Its simple design makes it look quite mundane and lacks the presence of characters like Ritsu, Reigen, and Sho. While Mob Psycho 100 character designs are generally a little more grounded compared to eye-catching heroes and villains in One-punch man, the dynamic is preponderant in both series.

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The basic premise of One-punch man and Mob Psycho 100 is essentially the same. The world, abilities, characters, and their motivations may be different, but both tales focus on unassuming outsiders who are caught up in the narrative rather than influencing it. ONE uses these listless tracks in contrast to the incredible worlds around them, which in turn plays into the bizarre slapstick comedy that both shows are known for.

What makes Mob his own character


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Mob and Saitama may look alike and play similar roles in their respective series, but they’re both very different people. Apart from the parallels between the two works, Mob Psycho 100 stands out as more than just a One-punch man clone thanks to Mob’s vastly different characterization throughout the series. Although he is just as overpowered as Saitama, the way Mob handles and approaches his abilities is very different.

Saitama is reserved, but more aloof in his daily life than Mob. The young esper is very gentle and socially awkward, showing a great deal of insecurity around strangers in everyday situations. Although lesser espers are shown to be much more confident with their abilities, Mob is so detached from this part of himself that he remains unfazed by his exceptional power. Rather than simply taking advantage of his natural talent, Mob instead seeks to improve himself by recognizing his shortcomings and working on them.

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Reigen, Ritsu, the Body Improvement Club, and many others help Mob grow throughout the series. Many secondary characters are drawn to Mob not because of his incredible strength – although that sometimes plays a role – but rather because of his kind personality and hardworking nature. It’s the various bonds Mob creates and develops throughout his journey that allow him to grow as a person while bringing out the best in himself as an esper.

While fans can point out some similarities between One-Punch Man, Mob Psycho 100, and their main characters, there is ultimately a lot that separates the two. ONE took the core concept of its early work and changed the dynamic of the series by focusing on a shy but outstanding main character with plenty of room to grow. While Mob may not have the comedic presence and effect that Saitama brings to the table, he’s a great character to root for and watch develop throughout his journey.

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