>Everything is literally worthless and all the cast are douchebags
I actually like OPM and this made me laugh heartily. I just love how dismissive this sentence is. Don't know why it was funny, but thanks, anon.
In a universe where anyone can get super stronger just by putting enough effort in does he really have an excuse for remaining pitifully weak?
Good intentions don't matter if you can't actually help anyone.
>In a universe where anyone can get super stronger just by putting enough effort
ONE is trying to make the manga much more than a gag story so I won't be surprised if it turns out Saitama became stronger from an outside power.
You have to take into account that it doesn't work for everyone and that saitama workout routine may only work for saitama. Tanktop master is probably working out more than saitama when he was still training but he didn't achieve the same results.
you get for what you aim for. Saitama wanted to blow enemies away in one punch like his favorite super hero.
Darkshine wanted an indestructible body because he was pathetically weak
Tanktop wants to bring out the
truepower of the tanktop.
This is blast
already canon in the original
same suit ass saitama but with flames
Why the fuck retards thinks Saitama's workout is doable? The reason he's strong is because his workout should have been impossible to do but he did it anyway which breaks the law of their universe.
just fucking read the ONE original its aleady revelead by the high evolutionari house leader that
>Saitama broke his limiter
by fighting monsters and training one day he just broke it in a fight against something
and he can use unlimited power
garou was going to break it when he beats the hero asociation but saitama stoped him just on time
No, it's not.
Saitama have no conditioning and he started out at 100 reps and no rest day which is not possible. He even say his bones are breaking and still managed to do the routine. Tell me, where can you find a guy who can still workout after breaking his bones?
the theory is thatIt only works if you push past your physical limits. Saitama managed it because his limits are extremely low.
People that would actually try and push themselves have extremely high limits.
I don't care about this fucker I just want to see more of Garou's back muscles.
Actually, it's unknown what a broken limiter does (removes lvl cap or makes you infinite instantly?) and whether Garou broke his or got close.
He had to be momentarily stopped by Saitama so that his character could be finally set on the right path. That's all.
Stop unironically replying to him you idiot.
The wait is almost over. Garou's gonna
train another dogvery soon.
>yfw WDM is even hairier under that fursuit
He might just be a mongrel.
I find that to be actually interesting.
Saitama has no proper job, but all he has is being a hero as a hobby at this point.
Blast is confirmed to have a proper job, but being a hero is(or was?) a hobby to him. I wonder if the main reason Blast never interferes is due to his job literally always keeping him busy?
For those who don't know, in Japan, a lot of businessmen work non-stop, to the point where some might as well just live at their job. Blast may have asked special privileges due to this.
Now, a bigger question remains if this is the case... Why IS he working at the job? With him being literally number 1 in the S-class, he should be getting paid top dollar for it, and should be living good enough without having to work, right?
It's all still so weird to me. It's kinda why I think the theories of him being dead is actually still true. Blast does not seem to be the type of guy who'd ignore the monsters roaming around and leaving weaker heros to deal with it and possibly get themselves killed. What's stranger to me is how he easily dealt with some random monster which was likely demon level at best, but never comes in for the Dragon level beings at the present time. It seems like it's been established he only comes for the absolute biggest threats, but so far, it's been no trace of him, yet he kills at least a demon level monster to save one person? Something's fishy to me.
You guys still don't get it. Blast doesn't exist. He's just an imaginary hero Tatsumaki created because she wants someone to save her. She escaped the facility and when she became a hero, she told the association about Blast.
>or those who don't know, in Japan, a lot of businessmen work non-stop, to the point where some might as well just live at their job.
I bet most of us learnt that from NTR doujins.
We all know MP100 is the prequel anyways. Blast was confirmed to be a psychic
Maybe, but keep in mind that being a prodigy is a double-edged sword for Garou: it also means that his limiter is also much higher, but also much harder to break.
Each of Garou's transformations were his limit being pushed up further, not broken.
I don't see it like that. I think pushing past one's limits leads to a different result for each person, most likely depending on his or her own desires and personal qualities. Saitama and Garou trained differently and value different skills for example. Saitama is a plain brawler who did pushups for a while and that was enough for him but Garou is a genius martial artist who's been going around absorbing combat data and techniques like it's nothing - to the point where even complicated shit like the old farts' combo took him a single glance to learn. Garou's abnormal talent is what allows him to progress so quickly. In any case his future is not being Bald & Strong, but something along the lines of Unlimited Fists Works.
Is she ded next chapter? Or we'll see her with goddess glasses in the real MA arc? Genos' last enemy seems to have survived too, so there are some chances.
>Saitama but with hair
Saitama doesn't stand a chance.
No, not for an average joe with no real previous athletic achievements.
Take any non-/fit/ anon on this board and tell them to do a 10km run every day for the next six months and most probably wouldn't make it through the first day (note: 10km RUN, not walk/run).