This week, there was a disappointing update for fans of One Punch Man (OPM). The latest chapters have been filled with exciting action and thrilling developments, but the recent focus has been on the long-awaited battle between Saitama and Tatsumaki. Despite Tatsumaki’s determination to defeat Saitama, the fight dragged on for much longer than expected, causing her abilities to weaken. In Chapter 183 of OPM, readers were given a detailed account of these events.
In the previous chapter, Saitama demonstrated his impressive powers, leaving a lasting impression. The upcoming chapter will feature a conversation between Fubuki and Tatsumaki, where they will discuss their differing opinions of Saitama. Additionally, it is speculated that Blast, a prominent character in the OPM universe, may appear to assist Tatsumaki in her fight.
One Punch Man Chapter 183 Release Date
According to a tweet by Yusuke Murata, One Punch Man Chapter 183 is scheduled to be released on Wednesday, April 19, 2023, for the majority of fans around the world. However, for those residing in Japan, the chapter will come out on Thursday, April 20, 2023, at 12 am JST. The exact date and time of release may differ depending on the time zone.
At the following times, the upcoming chapter 183 will be made available globally:
- Pacific Standard Time: 7 am, Wednesday, April 19
- Central Standard Time: 9 am, Wednesday, April 19
- Eastern Standard Time: 10 am, Wednesday, April 19
- British Standard Time: 3 pm, Wednesday, April 19
- Central European Time: 4 pm, Wednesday, April 19
- Indian Standard Time: 8:30 pm, Wednesday, April 19
- Philippine Standard Time: 11 pm, Wednesday, April 19
- Australian Central Standard Time: 12:30 am, Thursday, April 20
What To Expect From One Punch Man Chapter 183?
One Punch Man Chapter 183 poses a challenge for predictions due to the Tsukuyomi group’s introduction. Chapter 182’s portrayal of Tatsumaki and Fubuki’s encounter deviated from the original webcomic. However, a message from a member of the Blizzard group to Fubuki suggests a possible event at their headquarters.
In the preceding chapter, the conflict between Saitama and Tatsumaki concluded when the powerful S-class hero exhausted her psychic abilities and passed out. After regaining consciousness, Tatsumaki faced her sister Fubuki, who had left her group called Blizzard. However, the other members of Blizzard refused to let Fubuki go, but upon Saitama’s suggestion, Tatsumaki decided to leave the situation.
The upcoming manga chapter will be published in Tonari no Young Jump, a publication by Shueisha, but it will only be available in Japanese. As a result, readers who wish to read the English version may have to wait a while for the unofficial translations to appear online.
Alternatively, fans can access the official English version of the manga, but it may take up to a week for it to be released on VIZ Media’s official website and the Shonen Jump app.