"One Punch Man" from April as a free TV premiere on ProSieben MAXX

"One Punch Man" from April as a free TV premiere on ProSieben MAXX

March 10, 2022

Hobby superhero Saitama clenches his fists and rushes to German free TV! ProSieben MAXX secured the TV license for the anime One Punch Man and will be showing it as a German TV premiere from the beginning of April.

From April 8, 2022, ProSieben MAXX will broadcast two episodes of the twelve-part first season of One Punch Man with German dubbing every Friday at around 10:30 p.m. Immediately after the broadcast, the respective episodes are available for a short time free of charge in the media library . Whether the free TV broadcaster will then also show the second season is still pending.

One Punch Man is based on the manga of the same name by ONE, which started as a web manga in Japan in 2009. The first season ran from October to December 2015 with twelve episodes on Japanese TV and was directed by Shingo Natsume at Studio Madhouse. A twelve-part second season followed in spring 2019, with Studio JC Staff taking over production.

In Germany, KAZÉ Anime has already released the first and second seasons on DVD and Blu-ray with German and Japanese voiceovers, while Crunchyroll offers all episodes on demand. The manga series is also distributed in German by KAZÉ Manga .

> Watch the series on Crunchyroll (OmU|DE)

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This is what One Piece is about:

We are writing the great age of the pirates. With the death of the former pirate king Gold Roger, the search for the coveted One Piece , the greatest treasure in the world, began. Roger had hidden this shortly before his execution. Since then, the Grandline has been inhabited by nasty and mean characters who lust for gold, wealth and power. Only one is somehow different. Once he ate the gum-gum fruit, now he'll shake any foe with his rubbery powers and murderous appetite – here comes Luffy, the future Pirate King!


Source : ProSieben MAXX Images: ©1999 Toei Animation Co., Ltd. ©Eiichiro Oda/Shueisha, Toei Animation

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