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Killing Eve Season 4: A few One-Punch Man OVAs aren’t available to watch online. Here’s everything you need to know about them.

One-Punch Man is one of the most popular anime series, thanks to a superb first season. However, several One-Punch Man Original Video Animations (OVAs) are only accessible on the DVD and Blu-ray versions. These shorts, which take place outside of the storey’s main plot, provide us further insight into the One-Punch Man universe.

Here’s a quick rundown of what happened in those shorts, which aren’t available on legal streaming platforms.

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Killing Eve Season 4

Road to Hero is a film about a journey to become a hero

Road to Hero, which has a film-length runtime, looks into Saitama’s origins and the events behind how he acquired his iconic mustard-yellow/ketchup-red hero suit. Saitama pursues a gang extorting small businesses out of business, including the clothes store where he has his tracksuit repaired as he grows stronger.

He brings the culprits to justice, motivated by the advertised bounties and the necessity to pay rent, only to have the landlady force him out because the crooks were her tenants and a significant source of income. The clothes store owner chooses to close nevertheless, and as a parting gift, he offers Saitama his suit.

A Shadow Who Came In Too Closely

Road to Hero, which has a film-length runtime, looks into Saitama’s origins and the events behind how he acquired his iconic mustard-yellow/ketchup-red hero suit. Saitama pursues a gang extorting small businesses out of business, including the clothes store where he has his tracksuit repaired as he grows stronger.

He brings the culprits to justice, motivated by the advertised bounties and the necessity to pay rent, only to have the landlady force him out because the crooks were her tenants and a significant source of income. The clothes store owner chooses to close nevertheless, and as a parting gift, he offers Saitama his suit.

A Shadow Who Came In Too Closely

After Saitama hands Genos the key to his flat, the two go separate ways to take advantage of a hot pot supply deal. However, while assisting a fallen pedestrian who happens to be a high-ranking member of the Typhoon Family, Genos loses the key.

This leads to C-Class criminal Don Pacino attempting to make a deal with Genos to obtain information on a member of the Typhoon Family in exchange for Saitama’s apartment key.

Genos tells Pacino about receiving Saitama’s key, and they soon realize there was a miscommunication. Genos frees the captured man after a scuffle between the two.

The Ninja Who Is Too Complicated

Following his humiliating loss at the hands of Saitama, Speed O’ Sound Sonic escapes to a wilderness to train with a hunter who is seeking vengeance against the bear who injured him. Sonic forms an unexpected friendship with a boar he calls Ino while exercising and receiving guidance from the hunter. When Saitama arrives, he kills the bear and prepares it for the hot pot.

Who Is Too Overbearing, Bang?

Bang chases Saitama and Genos down to measure their strength after Saitama obliterates a meteor destined for Earth.

He tries to persuade the two to join his Water Stream Rock Smashing Fist dojo by demonstrating the superiority of his martial arts. Bang easily defeats them in competitions and games, which enrages Saitama. On the other hand, Bang gradually acknowledges Saitama’s strength, albeit the Hero ultimately declines a spot at the dojo.

The Sisters Who Have Too Much On Their Plates

Fubuki/Blizzard tries to cope with the news that their group’s efforts to quell the threat failed to make the paper after the attack by Deep Sea King and his fishmen. Genos and Fubuki find themselves on the same train as Swim, a youthful hero.

After that, the Serial Bomber attacks them. Fubuki, Genos, and Swim thwart the Serial Bomber’s strike. Tatsumaki/Terrible Tornado eventually aids them, Fubuki’s sister, who successfully defuses the device with no casualties.

The Murder Case That Couldn’t Be Solved

Child Emperor investigates the shocking stabbing of Zombieman the night before during a hero retreat during the Dark Matter Thieves onslaught.

He interrogates several heroes, including Saitama, Atomic Samurai, and King, searching for clues. Tatsumaki became very drunk after Saitama told her she couldn’t drink since she looked like a child and decided to test Zombieman’s longevity by stabbing him with Atomic Samurai’s sword.

Saitama and the Users of Mediocre Ability

In a public restroom, Saitama comes across a gathering of miserable criminals. They try to take him down after mistaking him for a fellow criminal, nearly destroying themselves in the process.

They change their ways after Saitama saves them, and they yearn to be respectable top-class heroes. After that, Saitama saves them from an attack by the Dirt Earthworm. Saitama chooses to train them at the end of the episode.

Fishing With Middle-Aged Men

Bang and Atomic Samurai reflect on the past and what it means to be a true hero while out fishing. Giant Salamander, on the other hand, attacks them.

Chain’n’toad and Mumen Rider attempt to defeat the monster, but Atomic Samurai is forced to intervene to save them. Finally, the two express their dissatisfaction with the Hero Association’s commercialization and desecration of the core of heroism.

Genesis And Memory Impairment

Genos’ memories get jumbled by Saitama’s errant backhand, and the latter Hero wakes up with Dissociative Identity Disorder. He speaks and acts in an un-Genos manner, even openly flirting with Fubuki and insulting Saitama.

When the Lord of Mountains attacks, Genos leaps into action, luring the monster away from the people. On the other hand, he has forgotten how to fight and is stomped. Genos, however, returns to normal after a zap of lightning, effortlessly defeating the monster.

Game And Rivals” is a game about rivals

In this OVA, Saitama and Genos compete in an online combat tournament for the game “Wild Animals,” with a five-million-yen grand prize. Someone with a koala avatar defeats Saitama in the first round. Garou and Suiryu also fight, emerging victorious after epic combat. Surya faces the same koala avatar who defeated Saitama in the finals. Surya is defeated by the koala, who reveals out to be King.

The Jailbreaking Prisoners And The Puri-Puri Prisoner

Puri-Puri Prisoner unintentionally ruins the prison’s electrical system during a fight with a monster at Smelly Lid Prison, allowing several convicts to escape. Puri-Puri Prisoner briefly encountered Speed O’Sound Sonic, who gives a spot at Smelly Lid Prison.

On the other hand, the villain rejects the S-Class Hero’s offer. In the meantime, a monster known as Urn Eel appears at the escapees’ refuge. Puri-Puri Prisoner appears and fights Urn Eel, who cheers on the inmates. Puri-Puri Prisoner defeats the monster and returns the escapees to Smelly Lid Prison, mistaking their cheers for his own.

Zombieman Murder Case 2

Zombieman, Superalloy Darkshine, Metal Bat, and Child Emperor are dispatched to a frigid mountain lodge to hunt down a monster. However, they come across Saitama, Genos, Flashy Flash, and Speed O’ Sonic.

Speed O’ Sound Sonic learns of his rival’s arrival and attempts to track him down but is captured by the heroes. He gets away has a quick fight with Genos, which causes Saitama to sneeze, resulting in an explosion and power outage, knocking out Zombieman.

The Child Emperor and the S-Class heroes initially believe this is the result of the monster they’re seeking, but they finally discover the truth. They do, however, find and defeat the creature they were hunting for, Crazy Brown Bear.

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