I would like to apologize for the absolute brainrot that must have ensued from discussing this with anime fans for 3 years straight. They are some of the most socially inept people on the planet. Well, thank you. And yeah, between this and my post about One Piece being sexist, these people do kinda drive me insane sometimes with how dumb and apologetic they are.
Puri Puri Prisoner from One Punch Man is a horrible character.
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The series follows a superhero named Saitama and his disciple Genos who join the Hero Association so they can be recognized as such when they fight various monsters and villains. The Hero Association ranks all of its members by a Class and a ranking within that class. Characters listed are ones noted by the author in the manga profiles, ones that were highlighted in the anime character list, and ones that recur over several story arcs. Three years prior to the start of the series, when he still had hair, Saitama was job hunting when he defeated the powerful supervillain Crablante that attempted to kill a child with his buttocks on his chin. He attributes this to a daily training regimen push ups, sit ups, squats, a 10 km run, eating healthy food, and not using the air conditioner or heater to reinforce his mental fortitude. Though he had broken all the physical records in the Hero entrance exam by huge margins, Saitama enters the Hero Association with a score of 71, giving him one of the lowest ranks in the Hero Association.
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One-Punch Man has a variety of shocking characters, but two in particular have caused offense. The Monster Association in particular includes a figure called Black Sperm, who appears exactly as described, and a scantily clad dominatrix-style character who controls others with her whip. The heroes aren't any more conventional. Pig God is a giant, constantly-eating slob who devours his enemies whole, while there exists an entire team of heroes solely defined by their love of tank tops. Both characters are said to perpetuate harmful stereotypes, the first with regards to homosexuality, and the second with racial stereotypes.