Spoilers for One Punch Man 181
According to the source material, Speed-o’-Sound Sonic will appear in One Punch Man chapter 181 when he notices Saitama fighting Tatsumaki. Speed-o’-Sound Sonic will pursue them in an attempt to engage Saitama in battle, but he will likely meet the same fate as the others. In the end, Tatsumaki will be forced to stop fighting Saitama because she will rekindle her previous scars by continuing to fight. When she did this in the original comics, she threw Saitama down a crevice and then covered it back up. Meanwhile, the chapter may provide insight into the emerging Tsukuyomi community’s spiritual beliefs. What Fubuki does now that the Blizzard group has been split remains to be seen.
A Review of Chapter 180 of “One Punch Man”
In Chapter 180 of One Punch Man, dubbed “Busy,” Tatsumaki and Saitama’s battle spread throughout other towns. They ended up interfering with the Iron Fist gang just as they were about to murder the A-Class hero Feather. They did this after manipulating him into believing that his girlfriend Erika did not like him. But, Saitama and Tatsumaki, who had accidentally stumbled across them, managed to triumph against them. H-City, where the Dragon-level monster Kenzan Rat was wreaking devastation, quickly became the new location for their battle. As Metal Bat arrived, Saitama and Tatsumaki had already flown right through its skull, thus his efforts were unnecessary.
Fubuki returned to the Hero Association headquarters and, after giving her sister’s actions considerable consideration, made the decision to dissolve the Blizzard organisation.
In light of the events of the last chapter, readers of One Punch Man are eagerly awaiting the release of 181. The mangaka, Yusuke Murata, usually releases new chapters twice a month, but no official date has been set for the future chapters. Saitama and Tatsumaki’s fight in the previous chapter resolved two separate issues in N-City and H-City. They eventually overcame the Iron Fist gang in N-City. Elsewhere in H-City, the Dragon-level monster Kenzan Rat was accidentally killed as they flew through its skull.
When can we expect it, and where can we find it?
In accordance with Yusuke Murata’s usual schedule, we may anticipate the publication of One Punch Man chapter 181 on March 16, 2023, at 12 a.m. JST (Thursday). While the exact date of the next chapter’s publication has not been announced, the mangaka typically releases new chapters on Thursdays at 12 am JST. Also, the manga is available simultaneously for readers all around the world. The official English translations of the chapter, however, might not be available on Viz Media’s website for another week. Chapter 181 of One Punch Man will be available on Shueisha’s Tonari no Young Jump website on March 16, 2023, and then on Viz Media’s official website.
Predictions for Chapter 181
Since the previous chapter of One Punch Man was released over a week ago, fans have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of chapter 181. Earlier, readers could always go back to ONE’s original comics to find out what will happen in the following chapters. Yusuke Murata, the manga’s author, seems to have thrown in some new plot points, though, which might change the story’s trajectory. In the last episode, we saw Tatsumaki toss Saitama across cities as she followed him to different areas where they ended up resolving several issues, such as the ones with the Iron Fist gang in N-City and the Dragon-level danger monster Kenzan Rat in H-City.
For continuity’s sake, it would be great if One Punch Man 181 picked up right where chapter 180 left off, with Saitama and Tatsumaki continuing their battle. Nevertheless, further information regarding the Tsukuyomi group’s link to God may soon be disclosed, thus they may be the subject of the next episode. If not, the heroes of One Punch Man chapter 181 might be expanded to include Saitama’s new neighbours.
In the next instalment, it’s possible that Sonic the Hedgehog may show there at top speed
According to the original webcomic, Sonic the Hedgehog would intervene between Saitama and Tatsumaki during their battle. As the villain saw Saitama fighting Tatsumaki, he immediately went for him. In spite of the fact that the scenario in the webcomic is somewhat sparse, Yusuke Murata may opt to flesh it up in One Punch Man chapter 181.
A possible conclusion to Tatsumaki and Saitama’s battle
Saitama and Tatsumaki’s fight is picking back up, and Tatsumaki is ready to give it her all until she reopens the wounds she suffered during the Garou incident. This means she has no choice but to stop fighting Saitama. She achieved this in the original comics by luring Saitama into a crevice and then dropping him in.
Perhaps Fubuki will visit Tatsumaki
Once Tatsumaki disbands the Blizzard group, Fubuki may try to meet up with her, despite the fact that by that point, she should be in a great deal of suffering from her reopened injuries. It’s unclear what Yusuke Murata will alter in the manga in light of how their last encounter concluded. Their plot, however, makes significant deviations from the status quo appear unlikely.
Members of Blizzard may travel to see their previous commander
They wouldn’t want to abandon their previous boss even after Fubuki disbanded the Blizzard organisation. That’s why it’s likely they’ll talk to her again in an effort to find a resolution that brings them back together. Hence, the Blizzard crew may well be planning their strategy for dealing with Fubuki in One Punch Man chapter 181.