Okay /a/ os there literally ANYONE who could beat OneManPunch?
I can't think of anyone
Read the original webcomic.
Anyone that could him to another dimension.
>Okay /a/ os there literally ANYONE who could beat a gag character?
Another gag character.
Who cares if she can't defeat OPM. She's the cutest.
>character who exists in a linear timeframe
Does he have any protection from being killed in the past?
You don't even have to go full Elder God Demonbane, even Nyarlathotep has managed that much.
But imagine breaker destroys all supernatural phenomenon aimed at Touma, it's on a level higher than gods and angels and could even deny the existence of souls.
So demonbane would just become a piece of metal in front of imagine breaker.
What about post schrodinger Alucard can he beat Saitama?
It more like you can't claim feats from another character.
If A and B have Super Strength and B can puch a hole in the reality allowing him to return from being trap in another demension, but they are from different manga/anime/comic/etc. you can't claim that A can do the same.
On the other hand, if both A an B where from the same, it would arguable
Impossible, Demonbane cannot even be stripped by its own author.
That would just mean Touma now has to fight a very nonmagical giant robot.
If I'm reading the wiki correctly, Alucard is a stronger version of this guy, with less lives.
Well you haven't read the novel. This is not her only book. As long as you introduce a character to her, no matters what is this character: demonbane, god, author of dc universe, your mom, whatever: it becomes a character in her book. The only character introduced so far with similar feat is Tenchi, this is why they cancel each other since their abilities are contradictory.
I have read all eight and the TIPS. You are clearly unlearned as to how creator witches work.
What Featherine makes is her own narrative, and only ever her own narrative. Essentially, it's fanfiction. A sufficiently closeminded goat can ignore it completely, though this makes them vulnerable to fantasy influence.
Learn to understand theater-going. She can't write someone else's story, though she can write her own story with someone else's material. But fanfiction isn't absolute, only the original narrative is absolute.
Furudo Erika never existed on Rokkenjima.
>power level autismo
Is Dragon Ball Z to blame?
No, it isn't. Zanmataisei Demonbane has nothing to do with Umineko no Naku Koro ni. Featherine writing a fanfiction about it would accomplish nothing because she's not the author and has no influence over the author (like she does Hachijou Touya).
But he didn't kill schrodinger, read the page he said he killed all the others except one and it's clearly implied that one is schrodinger as now he exists everywhere and nowhere.
>another gag character
>anyone with reality bending powers
>depending on magnitude anyone with spacial manipulation powers
>anyone with time powers
>anyone faster than him with a knife
>anyone with a supremely strong poison/death aoe passive ability
>buu can scream a dimension open
>saitama can't punch one open
Lel. Saitama already proved that he's stronger than infinite regeneration in the original, so we know for a fact that he's stronger than Buu.
It doesn't do that, Demonbane still loses at the very end.
The Azathoth he defeats is not THE Azathoth, the dreamer. He's an Azathoth who is being dreamed by the proper Azathoth.
/a/ help me, I'm reading this for the first time and
I want to fuck sonic
>Doesn't understand the point of his character
saitama is just a human with super strength and super speed and a broken limiter, meaning everything he does adds to his strength and that he can thus keep getting stronger indefinitely, not that he's instantly infinitely powerful. that's his "point". besides that, he's still a completely mortal human.
so once you step him outside his series, and thus remove his plot shield, he's beatable by any on the list i made (gengar was a joke, but with spirit bond he might actually make it a draw), especially bullshit characters like the hulk .
sorry you're so butthurt about your invincible character not being invincible outside his own series.
we all want to fuck sonic, dont feel bad anon.
I thought he was a girl at first, dem hips and all.
Dude look like a lady
>It doesn't do that, Demonbane still loses at the very end.
But still what Demonbane stands for is completely in odds with what Outer gods are and what the Lovercraft Universe stands for.
>The Azathoth he defeats is not THE Azathoth, the dreamer. He's an Azathoth who is being dreamed by the proper Azathoth.
Like the ending of Mortal Kombat Conquest?
How can you miss the point so much? His character basically is unbeatable. He cannot be defeated and he will beat anyone easily in fighting. That's the point because it's funny. Imagine the almost most powerful mech get rekt by a human that's much-much smaller than it. Funny as hell.
go read it again, him having "broken" his limiter doesn't mean he is infinitely powerful.
otherwise, why doesn't he just kill all villains and enemies across the world simultaneously by snapping his fingers from his living room?
and how exactly is he protected against time travelers again? he's not. you kill him as a baby and he's dead, and since he's dead his future self dies as well and can't "punch" time to go to the past. and he'd have to know that you're time traveling and where to in the first place, which he can't. so yeah trunks with his time machine is enough to kill saitama.
Time travel only works in the character's respective universe. Time traveling to the past is 100% impossible, time traveling to the future is easy though. Well, kind of easy.
>what Outer gods are
The Outer Gods are all fundamental aspects of reality, they're not evil in any shape or form, they're necessary and infinitely bigger than humans could even imagine.
Az is the artist and the paint.
Yog is the canvas.
Nya is the "soul".
>what the Lovercraft Universe stands for
It stands for things infinitely bigger than humanity.
It stands for showing people their place in the ridiculously vast universe and them being unwilling to accept that place.
It stands for ridiculously large things not noticing what horrors they're causing.
>Like the ending of Mortal Kombat Conquest?
I dunno, I haven't seen it.
Because he's not psychic. His strength is unlimited, his endurance is unlimited, his speed is unlimited. He is impervious to all kinds of attacks.
He's protected against time travelers by the rules of the challenge. "Can anyone beat OnePunchMan?" If they travel back in time to a point where they can beat him, they're not fighting OPM.
> His character basically is unbeatable
that's not his point, that's the point of the series. his point is only what i stated above.
OPM is a decent series but it's sadly plagued by one of the worst fandoms in history, who misinterpret his abilities and go into full denial like 13yos the second you point out they're wrong.
His ability is "I'm so god damned strong I make other people look weak." there's nothing much to it you stupid fuck. He'll always be the strongest in the manga no matter what, that's the joke.
No, Saitama is a big guy.
Also, reality, including Saitama, fall apart when he wakes dream Azathoth up.
Whether dream Azathoth, let alone "big guy" Azathoth actually notice his punches is different story.
>that's not his point
>that's the point of the series
>the series that centers around him
Do you have any idea how fucking dumb you sound? Besides, they pretty much outright explain that Saitama has effectively become the embodiment of justice and unfairness.
>arguing power levels in opm
Way to miss the entire point of the series.
Will these stupid fucking middle schooler arguments ever end?
>His strength is unlimited, his endurance is unlimited, his speed is unlimited
again, go reread the manga, that is not what him breaking his limiter means. he can add to those indefinitely, but they're not maxed out by default. think a character in a game that has no upper cap to his stats/levels but still has to level up for them to increase.
besides, has he canonically survived attacks from all the sorts of abilities i listed? no? then you can't say he is immune to any kind of damage. and if king beat him then he can receive damage like anyone else.
again, you tell me i don't get his point and all that but maybe it's you who are blind because of your fanboyism.
>>and if king beat him
>>>>and if king beat him
>>>>>>and if king beat him
and if king beat him
>meaning everything he does adds to his strength and that he can thus keep getting stronger indefinitely
the fuck are you on about? this is never even implied.
Once Saitama's limiter broke, his strength/speed/everything became beyond limit. If things were like you're implying he wouldn't have been as strong in the beginning of the series as by the end and things would get even easier for him as time goes on.
But that's not the case now is it? he's just as strong now, as he was in the beginning of the story.
Also, he doesn't have a plot shield. that is just his strength. it would cary over to other universes
>and if king beat him
This is the part where you pretend you were trolling
>and if king beat him
>arguing powerlevels in a SERIES YOU DIDN'T EVEN READ
kek so much butthurt. if i just don't want him to win, then you just don't want him to lose, to the point you're willing to twist his own universe's logic and the nature of his powers to make him invincible.
Whoops I wasn't paying attention
>and if king beat him
>to the point you're willing to twist his own universe's logic
Twist it? No, they've made two pretty definitive statements about Saitama's power. First, he has no limits. Second, he's the unfairness of superheroes personified.
He's a joke character who literally exists for the sole purpose of being unbeatable.
My captcha described my position in this argument perfectly:
The influx and showing of newfag is strong in this thread. EGD still stands at top of the chart followed by Featherine, Myuugi and KamiTenchi.
The problem about OPM is that it's a main character with power so absurd that he's a living comedy/gag main character in a serious battle-shounen.
He's so fucking strong, he hasnt taken his opponents seriously. He's not trying to hurt them, and the ones he gets 'tired' of , because they're villains and evil? He literally, not figuratively, chunks/vaporizes with one punch.See- Fish King fight.
The point is, since he doesnt ever fight seriously, we never see what he's capable of.
So it's meaningless to discuss.
>people actually arguing obvious troll
Newfag detected that didn't know the entire history and discussion of old /a/ upon creating the greatest chart known to mankind. Please lurk moar and read all powerlevel archive on /a/.
This chart have history in it and you double newfag will learn about it.
>Implying you know JoJo stuff.
>Implying the creator of this chart is less knowledgeable than you.
I agree with Moot, freedom of speech is not for everyone. It is for those with sane and sound mine.
That's actually funny. The chart is bullshit. A lot of /a/ had already say that it's shit from the beginning. That's why you powerlevelfags are confined to one thread. Nobody like you or even agree with you.
This is a good point, but its not totally true. Saitama's serious headbutt against Boros and his fight against Garou is already enough to see his unlimited power.
>He's not trying to hurt them
This is false. Unless they are actually human (Garou).
>implying some fucker who can't even be bothered to use the correct name knows shit about JoJo
Giorno with GER should be in the special section because its ability has almost identical combat applications to D4C Love Train as a great defense. You know, except for the part where Love Train was beaten by fingernails and GER potentially survived the universe being reset. Funny Valentine in practice ends up being a slightly worse Giorno.
You took an old ass chart from a millenia ago that nobody gave a shit about except for battle shounen kiddies, decided to update in a few threads just recently, and now that counts as /a/ history?
Boros commented on how during their whole fight, Saitama never really tried,
he never really bared his fangs at all.
I always interpreted it as:
regular attacks= Saitama vs bug
serious series= Saitama vs little child
He's not really putting much effort in it, but he has to be a bit serious,
because the kid is getting annoying and he's not listening to his regular bug-squashing attacks
Except he can. When The Flash was running away from Death in the form of The Black Rider they ran through time and The Flash kept running until time literally ran out, causing death to no longer exist.
Yes. The Flash reached infinite speed once allowing him to be pretty much anywhere on Earth at the same time. Criminals would get thrown in jail as they were planning crimes or about to commit them.
The Flash is fast enough to create an entire Earth full of after-images.
>The problem about OPM is that it's a main character with power so absurd that he's a living comedy/gag main character in a serious battle-shounen.
That is literally the entire point of OPM.
YOU'RE NOT SUPPOSE TO TAKE IT SERIOUSLY. The entire thing is a joke.
Yeah.. people don't fucking get it. It's a parody of battle shounen by giving the main character reverse power creep as in, he's retard strong already and people will show up just to make him look even stronger.
Yeah it's totally innocent to sit in your house drawing up and putting together pipebombs or being in your house with a couple of other people planning a break in. If you don't want to go to jail, don't do shit like that you fucking idiot.
Also, >The Flash is a total dick
Fuck you nigger. The Flash single handedly rebuilds houses, builds hospitals, brings little girls their teddies back.
I think OPM is well-done enough that you can take it seriously as a story unto itself, while also being in on the joke. If all OPM was was a parody of shounen, people would've lost interest after the first chapter.
Yes, every character is actually good and has their backstory, like Fubuki, Tatsumaki, Darkshine, Pri-pri-prisoner, Genos, etc. Antagonist too, like Boros, Sea King or Garou. Its a good story and Saitama's power is the ice in the cake.
I can see it
>they both punch each other
>they consider it a draw and get udon
A story typically needs an intro, conflict(s), and a resolution. Just because the fights are no sweat for Saitama doesn't mean that there are no conflicts at all.
>How will he gain recognition as a hero and not be labelled as a fraud?
>How will he deal with the fact that he's just too strong?
And yeah, the other characters are a large part of what makes it entertaining as well
>Can [insert hero here] defeat [opponent]?
>Almost all the heroes do heroic things but are assholes who need to get over themselves.
One thing I'm afraid of in the long run is that the power scale will just escalate to where Saitama is the only one who can do anything. In the Garou arc all the heroes got blown the fuck out, even Tatsumaki. We're probably never going to see any more heroes from B or C class except maybe Licenseless Rider.
I always figured Serious Series was like "whoa, this guy is incredibly strong! I'll have to rev up to a whole 0.00001% of my power, instead of the usual 0.0000000001%! What a guy!".
But it could still be like, 90% or something. Boros' comment is very vague.
but could regular Flash do that?
if we don't go by ultimate omnipotent thought police Flash and just status quo Flash,
could he do serious side-hops and create infinite after images?
ONE said that if Tatsumaki wasn't injured, she would've been able to beat Golden Sperm, and he's the strongest guy in the series outside of the disaster-God entities like Saitama, Boros and Garou.
Not really. Base black sperm should eat him pretty easily, besides having at least 1000 times more "lives" that he can unleash the same way Alucard do, except those are way stronger individually.
Post Schrodinger is different also.
>One thing I'm afraid of in the long run is that the power scale will just escalate to where Saitama is the only one who can do anything. In the Garou arc all the heroes got blown the fuck out, even Tatsumaki. We're probably never going to see any more heroes from B or C class except maybe Licenseless Rider.
Maybe. But after Garou's arc, most S class heroes pretty much get a slap in their face, they are too much self-sure about their power and got rekt, maybe now they start improve theirself (like Fubuki).
I'm the only one that wants to see how Watchdog fight?
>We're probably never going to see any more heroes from B or C class except maybe Licenseless Rider.
Fubuki seems to have joined Saitama's impromptu posse, so we'll probably keep seeing her.
that image is dumb,
because that's a one instance event that is never brought up again. The Flash isn't and never was that fast.
It's just the result of the author not knowing just how short an atto second is and trying to make The Flash super ebin.
it's completely irrelevant to anything Flash related
> We're probably never going to see any more heroes from B or C class except maybe Licenseless Rider
We fucking saw five "new" A class (well, some of them appeared as background characters in Murata edition) in the last few chapters, and the whole Fubuki B class group again.
>whiteknighting for caped comics
>We fucking saw five "new" A class
Yeah, after Garou arc we're gonna see a lot of A rank heroes, that's why I said no more B or C class heroes. But I guess it doesn't matter, the only interesting hero in B class is Fubuki and C class was just to show that some heroes are just lowly scumbags (that tanktop guy who was picking on Saitama) and/or are generally worthless (Licenseless Rider)
>>Maybe. But after Garou's arc, most S class heroes pretty much get a slap in their face, they are too much self-sure about their power and got rekt, maybe now they start improve theirself (like Fubuki).
That's a good point, maybe that's what is going to happen: as more and more dangerous monsters show up, more and more people start questioning just how effective the superhero society is.
>>Well seeing as Saitama is in B-class who is to say there aren't stronger people outside of S-class, I'm pretty sure they'll introduce some strong guys in the near future
That's true, too. Since the S-class people were just random at first there should be at least one other crazy strong hero hiding in the ranks. But after that Garou chapter talking about how S-class came to be, it's stupid to think that the hero society kept overlooking Saitama's achievements. After defeating sea king, the hero organization should have instantly promoted him to S class, even if Saitama was trying to discredit himself and make the heroes who failed look better.
>The Flash reached infinite speed
Retarded thing is that Flash has actually moved even faster than infinitely fast. Like, he literally beat instantaneous teleportation in a race.
This is cruel, man, he is a nice guy. He is not strong, but he does his work as a C class nicely.
>After defeating sea king, the hero organization should have instantly promoted him to S class, even if Saitama was trying to discredit himself and make the heroes who failed look better.
I dont think they can let a person grow up in ranking that fast, tho. Actually, its was stated that Saitama grew pretty fast in ranking and he didnt even report to heroes's society and there's the thing with Handsomely Masked Sweet Mask, he is the guy who let people go to S rank or not.