Is there one (1) character that could defeat OnePunchMan? Asking for a friend.
his crippling depression that killed off all his emotions and will too, eventually kill himself in the form of an intense ego death once the inevitable realization comes that he will never find that one thrill that would make him feel alive again
Saiyan saga Vegeta was already a planet buster, and Yamcha is way above that.
Tons and tons of different characters.
In the context of his setting he's going to be unmatched - until the climax, most likely.
But when you take him out of his setting, where his informed attribute reigns supreme, and put him in a versus match against someone from another setting - he's not that impressive, if we go by his feats.
His crowning achievement is getting "Serious" and deflecting a planet busting energy attack, i.e - something that DB characters were capable of doing since the late Saiyan Saga.
Since he's comic relief, canonically nobody is suppose to be able to beat him. If you really want to name someone though, strong reality warping characters like GER or Kumagawa can beat him.
Schrodinger can't kill anyone, he just also can't die himself.
Only (you) can do it. Belive in yourself.
>[become pregnant skill]
ajimu dying was a crime against humanity
It's Saitama we're talking about, not Goku and Kuririn.
Isn't Blast the same as Saitama? They both broke their limiters so in essence, Blast is your only hope.
Beating his unrivaled power with equal power is a good way to make 20 manga issues in a row about.
But his weakness is that he only fights those powerful enough to beat everyone else, and have to be evil.
So a cute girl who has no special powers and has done nothing wrong will beat him... because he can't bring it on himself to kill her.
No not a joke. If knuckle could hit him once and hide for long enough he could be defeated by the nature of his nen. Not saying he would be ABLE to hit him or hide but if he could, I think knuckle could.
Enhancer with the ability to redirect single attacks and double their power on the attacker. But no matter how strong the attack dealt is they can only do it twice. So even if you use it on a little kid's punch you still have only one left.
FRESH could literally tear the manga page apart.
The only way to even hurt him was through words.
He was a stand-in for the reader. Can't be affected by a character's power, but can be affected/deceived by what a character says through word play.
Or Blast could be his father, I mean, there's nothing in regards to Saitama's family background, so I think it's probably a blood relative or his literal father if we go by the timelines.
>Saitama can't kill mosquitos, gets injured by a cat.
Saitama's power is sensitive to threats, and he's probably just a normal person who suddenly gets a powerup when it's related to fighting evil. So, I guess you could kill him through accidents.
>TFW popeye has 300x better fight animation quality and choreography than almost any shonen
If we're not restricted to anime, then this motherfucker right here.
Western animation was always defined by having a lot of frames, but few details in each frame. Whereas japanese animation has a more ''less is more approach', where they have few frames, but the frames are actually well drawn and have lots of detail.
Friendly reminder that Ajimu was made for lewd.
All the shitty animation these days really makes you appreciate just how good the animation was done in older cartoons, especially western ones that weebs take for granted.
>inb4 using weeb on /a/
can't spell weeb without "we"
Just do to Giorno what Tatsumaki did to Saitama. Don't attack Giorno, attack the ground.
Saitama's punch creates a shockwave, sending his copy flying toward Valentine. The copy breaks through Love Train's barrier and one shots him.
I think Saitama's greatest trait shown in-comic is his control. Every punch he does is precisely calculated to be exactly as strong as it needs to be. He can punch someone and not kill them, and he doesn't just redirect a planet-busting attack, rather he counters it with exactly enough force to nullify it without causing any collateral damage aside from some weather anomalies.
Accelerator from To Aru
No, because than his character loses all sense. Characters are making sense within their own story. They're a means of delivering a message to the person watching the story. They are not the sets of numbers that can or should be compared to one another.
This is very child like thing to compare characters to one another, and i don't mean it in a bad way. Children are doing that because they are excited by a fights and action mainly. Story, even simple usually is not appealing to them.
If someone is only interested in action, fights between the cool characters and power levels when we are mentioning the anime with actual story....Than I think that we have a case of pointless behavior.
Of course I guess it can be fun, and if you think so too than go ahead do the power levels comparisons but I personally think that looking into the story, into the character is much more enjoyable.
It's like comparing the delivery tucks on the basis "which would won the drag race". This is not really what they are meant for......
>Controls an element that is important for an organism's neural network.
>Even if they somehow manage to survive being incinerated from the inside they'll lose all functions of their bodies.