In One Punch Man, taking out Saitama and Tatsumaki (who is very powerful due to her esper powers and not her physical strength), who is the strongest hero physically? Bang and Bomb might be very powerful, but they rely on martial art techniques and hitting vital points, so I'm not sure if all their power could be attributed to their physical strength.

  • S Class Rank 11, Superalloy Darkshine. His physical prowess is stated explicitly in the series, to be in the top. But we're forgetting there's Rank 1 in S Class, Blast. Who's supposedly similar to Saitama. Apr 24, 2019 at 20:17

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According to Fubuki Fubuki mentions that Blast is "the one at the top of all heroes" during her talk with Saitama in his apartment, putting Blast alongside King in terms of power.[7] She also suggests that he could defeat the whole S-Class alone. Sitch also mentions Blast would only present himself if humanity is in peril.[8]

Blast was able to bring Elder Centipede—a Dragon-level threat strong enough to combat the likes of Bang, Bomb and Genos simultaneously—to the brink of death, although he was smaller and as such presumably weaker when he first fought Blast.[9] Despite this, Psykos believed that Blast could still defeat Elder Centipede even in his current state.

Fubuki speculates in the databook that Blast is stronger than King, with a set of psychic powers, the ability to command trillions of robots, and to shoot lasers from his eyes. She hypothesizes that he could beat the rest of the S-Class all at once.

check here https://onepunchman.fandom.com/wiki/Blast

Maybe we didn't see how powerful is blast are but we should wait in the near future


Warning webcomic spoiler:

Blast is none other than Saitama (not exactly sure though); probably Saitama was Blast before but lost his emotions (and hair) after he broke his limiter through his rigourous trainingwebcomic 106 chapter

Anyways never mind that Blast should be the strongest hero after Saitama … and that the Fubuki's speculative statements in the databook may be false … because Fubuki admits King is strong (which in reality is completely rubbish).

No one knew much about Blast, and no one, including the Hero Association, can command him.

If you read the manga, you'll see that even the Hero Association couldn't contact Blast during the Elder Centipede strike.

So yeah, Blast should be the right answer, but another candidate would be Garou. He just doesn't seem much of a bad guy (in the later part of the manga).

In the webcomic Saitama defeats Garou and Garou realises his actual goal in his life and becomes a good guy (maybe even predictably a hero later).

We should wait till the end to see how the story goes.

  • Your first spoiler is nonsense. That image is a flashback to 18 years ago, during Tasumaki's childhood. Saitama would have been a child then, too. He didn't train until he was a young adult. Jun 12, 2019 at 13:00
  • Well..oops didn't think tat through...saitama is currently 25...but yet his words remind me of saitama (hero for a hobby)....maybe saitama's father???....hmm...idk let's see how the plot goes
    – random_npc
    Jun 12, 2019 at 13:21

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