What will One Punch Man be like if chapter 164 is not redrawn?


What if Saitama and Garou continued to talk to each other in One Punch Man chapter 164 when it wasn’t redrawn?

Do you remember One Punch Man chapter 164 before it was redrawn? In this version, Garou does not receive any power from God. He also does not possess the Cosmic Fear state.

So when Saitama blocked Garou’s punch, and he wished to die, the fight seemed to be over. Especially at the end of this chapter, Saitama and Garou are ready to talk together.

I wonder if One Punch Man chapter 164 is not redrawn, what will the manga’s plot be like? Here is the hypothesis!

1. If the chat moment in chapter 164 continues, maybe Saitama will talk to Garou like in the webcomic

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If One Punch Man chapter 164 hadn’t been redrawn, it’s possible that what Saitama was going to say to Garou at that time would still be what the bald man was about to say in the current version, probably after Garou in Cosmic Fear lost. completely

In the webcomic, Saitama says some interesting things. He realizes that although Garou wants to be absolute evil, what he really wants is to become a hero. But compromised and decided to make a monster.

To create world peace, Garou chose the easiest path, thinking that a monster’s work would be quicker and lighter than that of a hero. After all, the role of the monster was easier, all he had to do was defeat the heroes.

Saitama even stated emphatically that it was perfect for the unconfident like Garou. He then said that peace created by dominating the world with fear could not succeed if he couldn’t defeat Saitama. Garou’s hobby of compromising with monsters contrasts with Saitama’s serious heroism, according to the bald man, even though that’s all he has, Saitama won’t be defeated.

He also said that it was wrong to forget the limit for his own sake. A half-hearted goal will never succeed. Garou couldn’t do it with absolute evil, but what about “next time”? What will Garou do next?

After hearing all that, he felt confused and didn’t know what to do. This scene in the webcomic is interesting because Saitama seems to have succeeded in defeating Garou with words alone, after he had also defeated Garou in the fight.

Looking at One Punch Man chapter 164 before redrawing it, it seems that Saitama also completely defeated Garou in a battle, so I feel that if that chapter continued, the bald guy would say the exact same words as in the previous chapter. webcomic version. It seemed like it was the right time, as Saitama and Garou were about to talk.

Of course, if this happens, there’s a chance that the arc will end in chapter 166 or chapter 167. It’s not going to continue as epic as it is now!

It’s worth noting that I feel like what Saitama was going to say to Garou back then would still be what he was about to say in the current version. Probably after Garou in Cosmic Fear completely lost.

2. Another possibility is that God will still give power to Garou in the end

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Although chapter 164 of One Punch Man is not redrawn, it is possible that Garou will still receive power from God in the end, because he did not accept Saitama’s words, then fought, he was bald, and next he was God gives strength

Everyone, please review the scene where Saitama and Garou are about to talk in chapter 164. You will see the Moon outside the window.

The Moon in One Punch Man seems to be related to God. Especially after this character emerged from there to take the life of the Homeless King.

So in that scene, it felt like God was watching Garou and Saitama talk. I think that if chapter 164 is not redrawn, Garou will still receive power from God in the end.

It is possible that he did not accept Saitama’s words, then they fought, the bald brother defeated Garou, and next he was empowered by God. It is also possible that Garou accepted Saitama’s words, but then God intervened.

3. Blast and his party will appear at the same time?

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If One Punch Man chapter 164 is not redrawn, Blast and his party will probably appear on Earth at the same time, if this happens, they will most likely try to stop the war between Saitama and Garou if The game continues?

In chapter 164, somewhere, Blast feels the magnetic field and gravity start to lose balance. Then we get to see his three teammates.

Blast and his team prepare for action. After chapter 164 was redrawn, Blast appeared alone on Earth in chapter 166. His three teammates only appeared in chapter 167 to help Blast.

If chapter 164 hadn’t been redrawn, Blast and his party would have both appeared on Earth at the same time. If this happens, they will most likely try to stop the fight between Saitama and Garou if the fight continues, or instead keep the conflict going if they intend to threaten Garou.

4. Genos’ fate could be better

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Perhaps Genos’ fate will be roughly the same as the webcomic (his condition is also hurt, but not as severe as in the manga), especially if it is true that the conflict ends with a conversation in One Punch Man chapter 164.

Genos’s condition is indeed hurt in the webcomic, but not as badly as in the manga. In chapter 94, he can still see Saitama defeat Garou and even talk to him.

If One Punch Man chapter 164 is not redrawn, perhaps Genos’ fate will be almost the same as the webcomic. Especially if it is true that the conflict between Garou and Saitama ends with a conversation.

That’s the theory of what the story would have been like if chapter 164 hadn’t been redrawn. What do you think the plot of One Punch Man will be if Saitama and Garou continue to talk to each other? Please write comments!

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