After hanging out with the Body Improvement Club and Telepathy Club more, Mob starts to feel joy like he'd never felt before. One day while he's having fun with them, he gets a call from Reigen, spoiling his fun. Mob asks Reigen to stop summoning him so suddenly, and Reigen just handles the situation in his usual overbearing manner. And because of something very minor, a gap forms between them. Reigen is forced to go on jobs without Mob, forcing him to reexamine himself.
Ripped Apart ~Someone Is Watching~
Urban Legends ~Encountering Rumors~
One Danger After Another ~Degeneration~
Inside ~Evil Spirit~
Poor, Lonely, Whitey
Cornered ~True Identity~
Even Then ~Continue Forward~
Show Me What You've Got ~Band Together~
Collision ~Power Type~
Guidance ~Psychic Sensor~
The Battle for Social Rehabilitation ~Friendship~
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In a city plagued with thugs, mutants, and supervillains, Saitama decides to become a superhero for fun. He envisions an exciting life where he is constantly challenged with tough opponents, but after three years of intense training, he's become so strong that he defeats every enemy with one punch! His dream of engaging challenging foes has...
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Same author and sense of humor. Both main characters are overpowered but pretty modest in their way of using their powers; not looking for fame.
Both Shows Have main Characters with Superpowers, and they both have them using there superpowers to go after one specific person or group
they are both about an overpowered main character and humoristic.
When saitama is looking for someone to fight ,mob wish he never have to use his powers