The mangaka said he had to make changes to the draught of “One Punch Man” Chapter 181 he sent in the day before. Despite much anticipation, the next edition may take longer than usual to publish. While Murata hasn’t confirmed anything, fans expect the next episode to drop on Thursday, March 9. The next chapter is due out this week, although that might not happen because of certain revisions that need to be made in the final two days before publication. After reading his latest tweets on the unique animation he’s working on with Village Studio, fans can’t help but start to distrust Murata. In that case, how may this affect the cult manga’s popularity?
And it’s possible that Saitama and Tatsumaki’s battle may continue in “One Punch Man” Chapter 181. Tsukuyomi’s collective relationship with God may also be exposed, and they may become the new centre of attention. Speed-o’-Sound After Sonic realises that he is dealing with the protagonist, Saitama, he may interrupt his fight with Tatsumaki in pursuit of the Caped Baldy. Fubuki, who refuses to quit the Blizzard group even though he has already dissolved the latter, may cross paths with Tatsumaki when she disbands the latter. Therefore in “One Punch Man” Chapter 181, they may go back to see her and try to work out their differences so that they may get back together.
In Chapter 180 of “One Punch Man,” Saitama and Tatsumaki continued their fight, with Tatsumaki not putting up any effort despite the fact that he stood to lose everything in the end. He took Tatsumaki’s nonstop punches in stride. The action then moved to the headquarters of the Hero Association, where Fubuki announced that she was leaving the Blizzard organisation. When we last saw him, Leather was in the middle of a struggle to rescue the captives. After being let free, Erika confessed that she didn’t want to join the gang. Saitama and Tatsumaki were then shown in the next act successfully evading their assailants.
After learning of Kenzan Rat’s incursion into the H-City, Metal Bat dispatched reinforcements. At the end of the chapter, Metal Bat walked away from a fight, suggesting that he had changed his mind about wanting violence. No official announcement regarding the release date of “One Punch Man” Chapter 181 has been made as of yet.