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* Tatsumaki is about to attack Psykorochi, but Psykos fires a massive beam that shaves off a whole layer of the planet's crust in front of her. Psykos then explains that while she and Orochi were merging, they both had a vision of a godlike being who gave them even greater power. Tatsumaki is unimpressed, and their battle begins.

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* Tatsumaki is about to attack Psykorochi, but Psykos fires a massive beam that shaves off a whole layer of the planet's crust in front of her. Psykos then explains that while she and Orochi were merging, they both had a vision of a godlike being who gave them even greater power. Tatsumaki is unimpressed, and their battle begins. Tatsumaki goes all-out, simultaneously fighting and saving civilians from Psykorochi's attacks. She eventually destroys Psykos' projection on the top, but is caught off-guard by the monster's base attacking her. Suddenly, Genos joins the battle, using his boosted state to keep Psykorochi busy for Tatsumaki.
* Underground, Saitama and Manako continue to slowly free Flashy Flash. The two discuss how hungry they are, and Flash is grateful that no one else will see him in such a situation.


* Garou wakes up to find himself inside the Monster Association's underground base. The Narinki Squad have already been captured and are being judged by Gyoro Gyoro. Do-S whips them to make them her love slaves. He also sees Machine God G5, a robot from the Organization. Afterwards, Garou is requested by Orochi to bring back the head of any hero to prove that his loyalty within one day. Garou doesn't want to join the Monster Association, but has been given little choice. Gyoro Gyoro commands Bug God and Royal Ripper to monitor Garou as the Hero Hunter completes the mission.

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* Garou wakes up to find himself inside the Monster Association's underground base. The Narinki Squad have already been captured and are being judged by Gyoro Gyoro. Do-S whips them to make them her love slaves. He Garou also sees Machine God G5, a robot from the Organization. Afterwards, Garou is requested by Orochi to bring back the head of any hero to prove that his loyalty within one day.day to prove his loyalty. Garou doesn't want to join the Monster Association, but has been given little choice. Gyoro Gyoro commands Bug God and Royal Ripper to monitor Garou as the Hero Hunter completes the mission.


* Fubuki explains to Saitama and Genos her plight, being the younger sister of Tatsumaki, the currently highest-ranked active S-Class hero. She has been gathering the Blizzard Group in order to hopefully surpass her in numbers at least.

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* Fubuki explains to Saitama and Genos her plight, being the younger sister of Tatsumaki, the currently highest-ranked active S-Class hero. She has been gathering the Blizzard Group in order to hopefully surpass her in numbers at least. She also explains that she can't make it into A-Class because Sweet Mask is too strict about promotions.


* At their apartment, Genos reveals that Saitama has finally been promoted to B-Class. He senses a fast-moving object outside and goes to check on it, finding Speed-'o-Sound Sonic. Sonic says he wants to fight Saitama, but Genos refuses, prompting a fight between the two.

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* At their apartment, Genos reveals that Saitama has finally officially been promoted to B-Class. He senses a fast-moving object outside and goes to check on it, finding Speed-'o-Sound Sonic. Sonic says he wants to fight Saitama, but Genos refuses, prompting a fight between the two.


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* ''To be added upon release.''One stormy night, a monster emerges from a junkyard and begins making its way towards Smelly Lid Prison. Puri-Puri Prisoner breaks out of his cell and quickly defeats it. However, he damages the prison's electricity in the process, allowing a handful of inmates to escape. Realizing that the incident may cost a certain cute employee his job, Puri-Puri Prisoner heads out to find the escaped inmates.
* The inmates hide in an abandoned house in the countryside. However, one of the inmates encounters Puri-Puri Prisoner in the city and is subdued. Speed-o'-Sound Sonic notices the commotion and confronts Puri-Puri Prisoner, asking why he didn't try to bring him back too when he escaped during the Seafolk attack. Puri-Puri Prisoner reveals that Sonic was strong enough to escape without his help anyway, and tells Sonic he has a place back at the prison for him before leaving with the inmate.
* The inmates are disturbed by the disappearance of their ally, and consider turning themselves in to avoid Puri-Puri Prisoner's wrath. However, they are interrupted by the appearance of Urn Eel, a monster who was hiding in the same abandoned house before they showed up. Puri-Puri Prisoner arrives and quickly defeats the monster. He then faces the horrified inmates, but Urn Eel says he refuses to die to a pervert like him. The inmates begin to cheer on Urn Eel, but Puri-Puri Prisoner believes they are cheering for him instead. He is touched and kills Urn Eel for good before allowing the inmates to return to prison peacefully.



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* ''To Child Emperor, Zombieman, Superalloy Darkshine, and Metal Bat are dispatched to a forlorn, snowy mountain to hunt down a monster. They fail to find anything, so they check into a lodge for the night. There they meet Saitama and Genos, who also got stuck on the mountain and had to check in, and Flashy Flash, who is trying to relax on a vacation.
* Speed-o'-Sound Sonic has also been training on the same mountain, and decides to hunt Saitama once he realizes he is there too. However, he stays outside in the blizzard for too long and freezes, losing his balance and crashing through one of the lodge windows. The heroes tie him up, but Sonic still plans to kill Saitama.
* Sonic easily escapes and attacks Saitama from under the floorboards, but he is stopped by Genos, and their encounter destroys the room. The dust irritates Saitama's nose, and he sneezes with enough force to blow open every door and window in the lodge. The power goes out, followed by a sudden explosion.
* The heroes head to the den, where they find the room destroyed and Zombieman unconscious. Child Emperor can't detect any other heat signatures, so he deduces that the culprit must
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in the lodge. The group finds that they all have good alibis, completely forgetting about Flashy Flash upstairs. They assume the monster must be responsible, but after the Hero Association tells them it is just called Crazy Brown Bear, they decide it can't be it either.
* Once Child Emperor sees Saitama sneeze again, he deduces the following: the abundance of heaters in the lodge dried out the interior, Genos and Sonic's fight kicked up flammable dust, Saitama's sneeze pushed the dust into the den, all the electricity being used caused a breaker to trip, and Zombieman's lighter caused the dust to detonate.
* Suddenly, Crazy Brown Bear crashes through the front door - however, he is quickly defeated by the abundance of S-Class heroes. Upstairs, Flashy Flash continues to use all the lodge's power at once.


* Tatsumaki is about to attack Psykorochi, but Psykorochi fires a massive beam that shaves off a whole layer of the Earth. Psykos explains that while she and Orochi were merging, they both had a vision or a godlike being who gave them even greater power. Tatsumaki is unimpressed, and their battle begins.

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* Tatsumaki is about to attack Psykorochi, but Psykorochi Psykos fires a massive beam that shaves off a whole layer of the Earth. planet's crust in front of her. Psykos then explains that while she and Orochi were merging, they both had a vision or of a godlike being who gave them even greater power. Tatsumaki is unimpressed, and their battle begins.


* As the headquarters shakes, Fubuki creates a barrier around herself, Bang, and Bomb, while Tatsumaki's barriers continue to appear around the S-Class heroes and save them from the Monster Association cadres. She doesn't know where Flashy Flash and Zombieman are, so Saitama is forced to defend Flash and Zombieman is left to be crushed. Tatsumaki then uses her psychokinesis to rip the entire underground base upwards, inverting it into a massive tower-like structure above ground. King and Tareo's elevator is almost destroyed by the maneuver, but Genos saves them just in time. Tatsumaki flies out of the uprooted base, and the massive Psykos-Orochi bursts out of the top to face her.

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* As the headquarters shakes, Fubuki creates a barrier around herself, Bang, and Bomb, while Tatsumaki's barriers continue to appear around the S-Class heroes and save them from the Monster Association cadres. She doesn't know where Flashy Flash and Zombieman are, so Saitama is forced to defend Flash and Zombieman is left to be crushed. Tatsumaki then uses her psychokinesis to rip the entire underground base upwards, inverting it into a massive tower-like structure above ground. King and Tareo's elevator is almost destroyed by the maneuver, but Genos saves them just in time. Tatsumaki flies out of the uprooted base, and the massive Psykos-Orochi Psykorochi bursts out of the top to face her.


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* Tatsumaki is about to attack Psykorochi, but Psykorochi fires a massive beam that shaves off a whole layer of the Earth. Psykos explains that while she and Orochi were merging, they both had a vision or a godlike being who gave them even greater power. Tatsumaki is unimpressed, and their battle begins.


* The two come across Phoenix Man's body again. Waganma recognizes him as a costume from a children's show in which a bird character would often die and come back to life for slapstick comedy. As if on cue, Phoenix Man resurrects, arising in a more powerful humanoid form. Child Emperor gives Waganma a protective barrier and attacks Phoenix Man, but the resurrected monster overpowers him. This forces Child Emperor to bring out his ultimate weapon: a giant combat robot called Brave Giant. They fight, and Brave Giant lands a devastating blow on Phoenix Man, destroying the floor and sending them all hurtling into a large cavern. They land in a lake, where Child Emperor notices the lakebed is covered in corpses of Subterraneans. Phoenix Man resurrects once more, this time bringing several Subterraneans and the defeated Gale Wind and Hellfire Flame back to life with him. Phoenix Man takes Waganma and starts flying away as Child Emperor fights off the undead monsters. Child Emperor then races after Phoenix Man, firing a massive beam attack that blasts through the entire base and into the atmosphere - however, Phoenix Man somehow survives. Desperate, Child Emperor draws Phoenix Man close and traps him inside Brave Giant, though he easily rips the mech apart. However, Child Emperor managed to sneak a tickling robot in his costume, claiming it will tickle him until he dies of asphyxiation. Phoenix Man hastily attempts to get rid of the tickling robot and accidentally rips his costume, allowing Child Emperor to finish him for good. The exasperated Child Emperor asks Waganma if there are any other hostages left and Waganma denies it, despite having met Tareo.

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* The two come across Phoenix Man's body again. Waganma recognizes him as a costume from a children's show in which a bird character would often die and come back to life for slapstick comedy. As if on cue, Phoenix Man resurrects, arising in a more powerful humanoid form. Child Emperor gives Waganma a protective barrier and attacks Phoenix Man, but the resurrected monster overpowers him. This forces Child Emperor to bring out his ultimate weapon: a giant huge combat robot mecha called Brave Giant. They fight, Phoenix Man is impressed by Child Emperor's "costume", and Brave Giant lands reaches out to him through a devastating blow on mental plane shared by those in costumes. He tries to convince Child Emperor to join him and create a world for those who need costumes to be strong, but the young hero refuses. He attacks Phoenix Man, and the two fight until Phoenix Man threatens to melt Brave Giant with his flames. Detecting a large body of water below, Child Emperor breaks the floor to throw the monster, Waganma, and himself into the pool.
* Meanwhile, Saitama saunters through the base. He laments that his costume is getting dirty from all the monster gore, but is suddenly drenched in a deluge of water caused by Brave Giant and Phoenix Man landing in the pool nearby. He is pushed down into the base, and runs into Child Emperor at a large dam. Child Emperor ponders if Saitama is a monster spy, but as he is distracted Phoenix Man escapes his grasp and counterattacks. The group lands at the bottom of a pit, and Phoenix Man reaches out to Child Emperor through the costume-based mental plane again. He recounts his backstory to Child Emperor, urging him to unite with his Brave Giant and become a monster like him. However, Saitama somehow enters the mental plane as well, and intimidates Phoenix Man into leaving Child Emperor alone and surrendering. Child Emperor then gets a call from Zombieman over the communicator, who commends him for his hard work and makes him feel valued.
* However, Phoenix Man suddenly strikes again, using his powers to resurrect a crowd of Subterranean corpses nearby and commanding them to attack Child Emperor. With Brave Giant pinned down, Phoenix Man slides a Monster Cell into the cockpit, which moves to force itself down Child Emperor's throat; meanwhile, Saitama is defending Waganma from the zombie Subterraneans. Realizing that his "costume" is not his only hope, Child Emperor makes Brave Giant self-destruct,
destroying the floor Monster Cell and sending them all hurtling into a large cavern. They land in a lake, where Child Emperor notices the lakebed is covered in corpses of Subterraneans. Phoenix Man resurrects once more, this time bringing several Subterraneans and launching himself over Phoenix Man's head. Phoenix Man is amused that Child Emperor just destroyed his ultimate weapon, but begins to laugh uncontrollably as Child Emperor reveals he slipped a tickling robot into his costume. Phoenix Man laughs until he comes close to death, resurrecting and transforming into a tiny baby bird monster.
* Saitama is amused by
the defeated outcome and congratulates Child Emperor on his victory, not only physically but mentally. Suddenly, the two realize that Gale Wind and Hellfire Flame back to life with him. were also resurrected by Phoenix Man takes Waganma and starts flying away as Child Emperor fights off the undead monsters. Child Emperor then races after Phoenix Man, firing a massive beam Man's ability. They move to attack that blasts through Saitama, but he quickly strikes them down and the entire base and into the atmosphere - however, Phoenix Man somehow survives. Desperate, ninjas flee. Next, one of Child Emperor draws Phoenix Man close Emperor's dog drones returns to the scene, and traps him inside Brave Giant, though he easily rips the mech apart. However, Child Emperor managed to sneak a tickling robot in his costume, claiming it will tickle him until he dies of asphyxiation. Phoenix Man hastily attempts to get rid of the tickling robot and accidentally rips his costume, allowing Child Emperor to finish him for good. The exasperated Child Emperor asks Waganma if there are any other hostages left heroes and Waganma denies it, despite having met Tareo.get on its back as it rushes towards the surface. On their way, Saitama notices some snake-like dragons following them and punches them into smithereens, noting to himself that something larger must be lurking below them.


* The protest is interrupted by the sudden announcement of five Dragon-level threats in the proximity of the Hero Association complex, and an evacuation order is made. Tanktop Master takes on the repulsive Heavy Smoker, Tatsumaki takes on the swarm of cockroaches known as Aggregation, and Genos takes on the mysterious Extended Family of Darkness. The Neo Heroes also take on the other Dragon-level threats, with Blue fighting Eel Dragon. Additionally, a confident Suiko takes on the Machine God Mirror, who is seeking out King.

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* The protest is interrupted by the sudden announcement of five Dragon-level threats in the proximity of the Hero Association complex, and an evacuation order is made. While the S-Class heroes are deployed, Sitch makes an order to contact the Neo Heroes to form an alliance.
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Tanktop Master takes on the repulsive Heavy Smoker, Tatsumaki takes on the swarm of cockroaches known as Aggregation, and Genos takes on the mysterious Extended Family of Darkness. The Neo Heroes also take on the other Dragon-level threats, with Blue fighting Eel Dragon. Additionally, a confident Suiko takes on the Machine God Mirror, who is seeking out King.


* Meanwhile, the S-Class heroes are all deep in thought. Tanktop Master holds his regular Tank Topper Army meeting to find most members have left or been hospitalized; he takes responsibility for not stopping Garou and vows to retrain himself. Flashy Flash thinks about Saitama's strength and that, while he shows promise, he needs a teacher. Superalloy Darkshine trains, but is still overcome with his fear of his next battle. Child Emperor loses trust in the Hero Association and the other heroes, and promises to surpass them. Zombieman meets with Dr. Genus and asks him to remove his limiter. Bang and Atomic Samurai play shogi, when Bang reveaks he is resigning from the Hero Association, feeling too old and responsible for Garou's rampage.

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* Meanwhile, the S-Class heroes are all deep in thought. Tanktop Master holds his regular Tank Topper Army meeting to find most members have left or been hospitalized; he takes responsibility for not stopping Garou and vows to retrain himself. Flashy Flash thinks about Saitama's strength and that, while he shows promise, he needs a teacher. Superalloy Darkshine trains, but is still overcome with his fear of his next battle. Child Emperor loses trust in the Hero Association and the other heroes, and promises to surpass them. Zombieman meets with Dr. Genus and asks him to remove his limiter. Bang and Atomic Samurai play shogi, when and Bang reveaks reveals he is resigning from the Hero Association, feeling too old and responsible for Garou's rampage.


* Fubuki wants Saitama to help her interrogate Psykos about the dark future she claims to have seen. She takes him to the prison where she is held. However, Tatsumaki arrives as welll, wanting to kill Psykos for humiliating her in their battle. She tosses the Blizzard Group aside, so Fubuki takes on Tatsumaki alone while Saitama gets Psykos to safety. Eventually Saitama interrupts the sisters' conflict and challenges Tatsumaki, grabbing her and leaping far away from the prison where she can attack without as much collateral damage. Tatsumaki insults Saitama and continuously thrashes him with her psychic powers, though to no avail. Eventually, Tatsumaki tired to the point of reopening her old wounds, forcing her to end their battle by dropping Saitama into a crevasse in the ground.

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* Fubuki wants Saitama to help her interrogate ask Psykos about the dark future she claims to have seen. She takes him to the prison where she is held. However, Tatsumaki arrives as welll, well, wanting to kill Psykos for humiliating her in their battle. She tosses the Blizzard Group aside, so Fubuki takes on Tatsumaki alone while Saitama gets Psykos to safety. Eventually Saitama interrupts the sisters' conflict and challenges Tatsumaki, grabbing her and leaping far away from the prison where she can attack without as much collateral damage. Tatsumaki insults Saitama and continuously thrashes him with her psychic powers, though to no avail. Eventually, Tatsumaki tired to the point of reopening her old wounds, forcing her to end their battle by dropping Saitama into a crevasse in the ground.


* Later, Saitama goes shopping and his backstory is shown. He was once a normal salaryman, but became bored with his life. When he happened upon Crablante, a Tiger-level crustacean monster who wanted to kill a kid with a butt-chin, Saitama decided to risk his life to save the child. After miraculously defeating Crablante, Saitama decided to quit his job and become a hero.

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* Later, Saitama goes shopping and his backstory is shown. He was once a normal salaryman, but became bored with his life.life after failing to be hired anywhere he looked. When he happened upon Crablante, a Tiger-level crustacean monster who wanted to kill a kid with a butt-chin, Saitama decided to risk his life to save the child. After miraculously defeating Crablante, Saitama decided to quit his job full-time career and become a part-time hero.



* King continues to walk down the street, excited to play the new video game he just purchased. However, he is challenged by G4, a knight-like robot from the Organization. King tells him he needs to go to the bathroom first, so G4 tells him he will begin killing civilians after ten minutes.

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* King continues to walk down the street, excited to play the new video game he just purchased. However, he is challenged by Machine God G4, a knight-like robot from the Organization. King tells him he needs to go to the bathroom first, so G4 tells him he will begin killing civilians after ten minutes.



* Genos is revealed to be the one fighting G4. Saitama offers to help, but Genos refuses so that he can become stronger.

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* Genos is revealed to be the one fighting Machine God G4. Saitama offers to help, but Genos refuses so that he can become stronger.



* Genos returns to Dr. Kuseno, the man who made him into a cyborg, with G4's parts. He asks Dr. Kuseno to upgrade his cyborg body using them, who warns him to not push himself too hard.

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* Genos returns to Dr. Kuseno, the man who made him into a cyborg, with Machine God G4's parts. He asks Dr. Kuseno to upgrade his cyborg body using them, who warns him to not push himself too hard.



* Garou wakes up to find himself inside the Monster Association's underground base. The Narinki Squad have already been captured and are being judged by Gyoro Gyoro. Do-S whips them to make them her love slaves. He also sees G5, a robot from the Organization. Afterwards, Garou is requested by Orochi to bring back the head of any hero to prove that his loyalty within one day. Garou doesn't want to join the Monster Association, but has been given little choice. Gyoro Gyoro commands Bug God and Royal Ripper to monitor Garou as the Hero Hunter completes the mission.

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* Garou wakes up to find himself inside the Monster Association's underground base. The Narinki Squad have already been captured and are being judged by Gyoro Gyoro. Do-S whips them to make them her love slaves. He also sees Machine God G5, a robot from the Organization. Afterwards, Garou is requested by Orochi to bring back the head of any hero to prove that his loyalty within one day. Garou doesn't want to join the Monster Association, but has been given little choice. Gyoro Gyoro commands Bug God and Royal Ripper to monitor Garou as the Hero Hunter completes the mission.



* Elsewhere in the base, Child Emperor finds the remains of Metal Knight's robot and is concerned that the Monster Association was stealing his technology. He accesses the robot's data himself, discovering that Metal Knight had a detailed map of the base already and stubbornly hadn't shared it with anyone. Phoenix Man appears to stop Child Emperor, but he easily traps and kills the bird with his gadgets, leaving his shredded body on the floor. He then follows Metal Knight's map to Waganma's location and rescues him from his prison cell. Sludge Jellyfish attacks them, but Child Emperor douses him with fuel and sets it on fire to defeat him. They continue, but run into G5. Child Emperor finds he can't easily defeat G5, so he has his robots hold it off while he escapes with Waganma.

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* Elsewhere in the base, Child Emperor finds the remains of Metal Knight's robot and is concerned that the Monster Association was stealing his technology. He accesses the robot's data himself, discovering that Metal Knight had a detailed map of the base already and stubbornly hadn't shared it with anyone. Phoenix Man appears to stop Child Emperor, but he easily traps and kills the bird with his gadgets, leaving his shredded body on the floor. He then follows Metal Knight's map to Waganma's location and rescues him from his prison cell. Sludge Jellyfish attacks them, but Child Emperor douses him with fuel and sets it on fire to defeat him. They continue, but run into Machine God G5. Child Emperor finds he can't easily defeat G5, so he has his robots hold it off while he escapes with Waganma.



* Their master, Atomic Samurai, is shown to be handling monsters with no problem. He comes across G5, who challenges him to a duel. Atomic Samurai quickly defeats G5 and cuts it open, but realizes that its core managed to escape. He decides to leave it to the surface team.

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* Their master, Atomic Samurai, is shown to be handling monsters with no problem. He comes across Machine God G5, who challenges him to a duel. Atomic Samurai quickly defeats G5 and cuts it open, but realizes that its core managed to escape. He decides to leave it to the surface team.



* Sekingar marvels at Drive Knight's performance and asks him where he was. Drive Knight explains he was spying on the Monster Association, and had analyzed Nyan before attacking. He also tells Sekingar that he believes Metal Knight is a traitor to the Hero Association, though Sekingar is skeptical. Suddenly, Sekingar's hand is blown off by a laser from G5, whose core survived and made it to the surface. Drive Knight tells him to call Blast for help, since he used all his power and is now immobile, but Sekingar explains only certain people can contact Blast. Fortunately, Genos arrives out of no where and quickly defeats G5. He inquires about the situation and gets filled in. Drive Knight says he's going to take Nyan's body for research, and Nyan lets slip that he met Saitama, piquing Genos' interest. Genos then grabs Sekingar and the unconscious surface team and takes them out of Z-City, grabbing Food Battler Futoshi and Waganma on his way.

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* Sekingar marvels at Drive Knight's performance and asks him where he was. Drive Knight explains he was spying on the Monster Association, and had analyzed Nyan before attacking. He also tells Sekingar that he believes Metal Knight is a traitor to the Hero Association, though Sekingar is skeptical. Suddenly, Sekingar's hand is blown off by a laser from Machine God G5, whose core survived and made it to the surface. Drive Knight tells him to call Blast for help, since he used all his power and is now immobile, but Sekingar explains only certain people can contact Blast. Fortunately, Genos arrives out of no where and quickly defeats G5. He inquires about the situation and gets filled in. Drive Knight says he's going to take Nyan's body for research, and Nyan lets slip that he met Saitama, piquing Genos' interest. Genos then grabs Sekingar and the unconscious surface team and takes them out of Z-City, grabbing Food Battler Futoshi and Waganma on his way.



* Suiryu is introduced to the other Neo Leaders, including the vigilante Accel, the gangster Ryumon, the rich Zaedats, the web idol Webigaza, the cult leader Infelsinave, the sumo Raiden, the genius A, and the former S-Class heroes: Child Emperor, Superalloy Darkshine, and Metal Bat. Two candidates for Neo Leaders also enter the room, Mars Leo and Solitude, and begin demanding to be made Neo Leaders. Mars Leo shows off his fighting skills, and Suiryu easily toys with him. Solitude, a cyborg, scans the others in the room, discovering that Webigaza's body is 71% artificial, and that several other Neo Hero staff are also mostly artificial. The final Neo Leader is a mysterious young man named Blue.

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* Suiryu is introduced to the other Neo Leaders, including the vigilante Accel, the gangster Ryumon, the rich Zaedats, the web idol Webigaza, the cult leader Infelsinave, the sumo Raiden, the genius A, and the former S-Class heroes: Child Emperor, Superalloy Darkshine, and Metal Bat. Two candidates for Neo Leaders also enter the room, Mars Leo and Solitude, and begin demanding to be made Neo Leaders. Mars Leo shows off his fighting skills, and Suiryu easily toys with him. Solitude, a cyborg, scans the others in the room, discovering that Webigaza's body is 71% artificial, and that several other Neo Hero staff named Erimin and Destro are also mostly artificial. The final Neo Leader is a mysterious young man named Blue.


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* A sudden wave of monster attacks sweeps the continent. Hero Association heroes such as Great Philosopher and Crescent Eyebroll try to fight the many monsters off, but are shown up when the Neo Heroes arrive to take care of it for them. The Neo Heroes are much more coordinated in battle, and are equipped with high-tech battle suits that give them an edge over the Hero Association. The Neo Leaders each show their great combat and leadership skills as well, although Zaedats and Infelsinave are both wounded in their respective battles. However, Child Emperor is more bothered by the thought that the battle suits may be supplied by Metal Knight. Additionally, Metal Bat sees Erimin and Destro taking away the wounded Zaedats and Infelsinave, confusing him.
* Meanwhile, the Hero Association executives are distraught by how quickly the Neo Heroes are outpacing them. Sitch bemoans their lack of leadership with the losses of Sweet Mask and Child Emperor, and says they need more strong voices. As if on cue, the executives notice a commotion outside and open the window, only to be met with the protesting Hero Name Victims Association led by Saitama.
* The protest is interrupted by the sudden announcement of five Dragon-level threats in the proximity of the Hero Association complex, and an evacuation order is made. Tanktop Master takes on the repulsive Heavy Smoker, Tatsumaki takes on the swarm of cockroaches known as Aggregation, and Genos takes on the mysterious Extended Family of Darkness. The Neo Heroes also take on the other Dragon-level threats, with Blue fighting Eel Dragon. Additionally, a confident Suiko takes on the Machine God Mirror, who is seeking out King.


* Pig God comes across a gluttonous lizard called the Great Food Tub. Atomic Samurai's pupils - Iaian, Bushidrill, and Okamaitachi - witness the grotesque battle and continue, running into Do-S and the brainwashed Narinki Squad. Sweet Mask appears to save them, so they let him deal with it and leave. Sweet Mask proceeds to brutally murder the entire Narinki Squad before doing the same to Do-S. The three disciples return to Pig God, where they find he has swallowed the Great Food Tub whole. They continue, and confront Devil Long Hair.

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* Pig God comes across a gluttonous lizard called the Great Food Tub. Atomic Samurai's pupils - Iaian, Bushidrill, and Okamaitachi - witness the grotesque battle and continue, running into Do-S and the brainwashed Narinki Squad. Sweet Mask appears to save them, appears, so they the disciples reluctantly let him deal with it and leave. However, Iaian reconsiders, and the three return to help Sweet Mask proceeds to brutally murder just before he can attack the entire Narinki Squad before doing Squad. Bushidrill asks Sweet Mask if he was planning to kill the same Narinki Squad, and he avoids the question. Do-S manages to Do-S. The get a sneak attack on Sweet Mask, cracking his face, but is swiftly defeated. Sweet Mask then asks the three disciples to keep an eye on the Narinki Squad for him. They return to Pig God, where they find he has swallowed the Great Food Tub whole. They continue, and confront Devil Long Hair.



* The invisible monster flees, only to be consumed by a strange biomass on the floor in another hallway: Orochi's half-beating heart, still clinging onto life. Orochi's body, splattered all over the base by Saitama's punch, begins absorbing any monsters he can in an attempt to gain his energy back. Orochi notices Psykos and Tatsumaki's battle, and rushes over. Psykos, meanwhile, is at the mercy of Tatsumaki, who asks her about any remaining human hostages. Tatsumaki gets a call for help from Sweet Mask, but denies it when she hears he killed Narinki's Private Squad. Suddenly, Orochi's biomass fires heat beams at her from all angles, catching Tatsumaki off-guard and allowing Psykos to escape. Orochi then absorbs Psykos, and the two fuse into a giant hybrid creature that overpowers Tatsumaki's psychic abilities.

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* The invisible monster flees, only to be consumed by a strange biomass on the floor in another hallway: Orochi's half-beating heart, still clinging onto life. Orochi's body, splattered all over the base by Saitama's punch, begins absorbing any monsters he can in an attempt to gain his energy back. Orochi notices Psykos and Tatsumaki's battle, and rushes over. Psykos, meanwhile, is at the mercy of Tatsumaki, who asks her about any remaining human hostages. Tatsumaki gets a call for help from Sweet Mask, but denies it when she hears he killed Narinki's Private Squad.declines. Suddenly, Orochi's biomass fires heat beams at her from all angles, catching Tatsumaki off-guard and allowing Psykos to escape. Orochi then absorbs Psykos, and the two fuse into a giant hybrid creature that overpowers Tatsumaki's psychic abilities.


* Meanwhile, Saitama, Flashy Flash, and their monster are trapped in a cave within the base's rubble. The monster tells them her name is Manako, and he finds Flash under a large pile of rocks. Saitama and Manako begin to carefully free him rock by rock, so as to not cause the cave to collapse.

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* Meanwhile, Saitama, Flashy Flash, and their monster are trapped in a cave within the base's rubble. The monster tells them her name is Manako, and he she finds Flash buried under a large pile of rocks. Saitama and Manako begin to carefully free him rock by rock, so as to not cause the cave to collapse.


* Meanwhile, Saitama, Flashy Flash, and their monster friend are trapped in a cave within the base's rubble. The monster tells them his name is Eyeball, and he finds Flash under a large pile of rocks. Saitama and Eyeball begin to carefully free him rock by rock, so as to not cause the cave to collapse.

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* Meanwhile, Saitama, Flashy Flash, and their monster friend are trapped in a cave within the base's rubble. The monster tells them his her name is Eyeball, Manako, and he finds Flash under a large pile of rocks. Saitama and Eyeball Manako begin to carefully free him rock by rock, so as to not cause the cave to collapse.

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