Following the release of One Punch Man chapter 165, which showed that Garou pulls Genos core out of his body after obtaining a new power up. After witnessing Genos in that condition, fans are asking if Geno is still alive or if there is any way to bring him back. Everything you need to know about it is right here.
Genos is a cyborg, thus no matter how much damage he suffers, he can repair broken components as long as his core is linked to his brain. We saw how badly Genos was damaged during his battle with Deep Sea King. His hands and legs were practically shattered during the fight, but because his core was still linked to the brain, Dr. Kuseno was able to repair him.
Genos was severely injured in his struggle against Monster Association before his battle with Garou, losing all of his limbs. Despite his severe injuries, Genos knew he was one of the few heroes who were immune to the radiations that Cosmic Garou was emitting. But, as we know, Genos’ attack didn’t even scratch Garou, and he ripped out his core and tossed it to Saitama.
Genos core functions as his heart, keeping his brain active. Our S Class hero has lost half of his brain, and his core is no longer linked to his brain.
Can Genos be revived or repaired?
Genos, as we all know, is a cyborg. It’s possible that Dr. Kuseno has a copy of Genos’ brain somewhere. Regardless of the method used to bring him back, there will be consequences. For example, because half of his brain is gone, he may lose some memories, such as his time with Saitama.
Why Genos will be back in the manga?
Yusuke Murata draws the One Punch Man manga, and the series is based on the web comic written and drawn by ONE. Genos plays an essential role in the future arc of the One Punch Man web comic series. If Genos dies, Yusuke Murata will have to rewrite a lot of the tale. Keep in mind that Yusuke Murata creates manga after consulting with the series’ original creator, implying that the manga is a refined product.
Why will Genos remain dead in the manga?
The manga’s illustrator, Yusuke Murata, is recognised for handling things differently than the original online comic series. For example, Saitama and Garou’s fight should have finished in the previous chapter, and Garou should never have gotten another power boost. Because the Cosmic Garou power up never occurred in the web comic, Genos’ death (which also never occurred in the web comic) remains a very real possibility.
One Punch Man Illustrator won’t redraw Genos
Yusuke Murata recently stated on Twitter when speaking with the author of Hajime no Ippo that there will be no more redraws for Genos because he will remain in this bad state. What exactly does redraw mean? Previously, One Punch Man chapter 162 was redrawn because Garou was going to confess defeat to Saitama and never achieve the Cosmic Garou state in the original sketch, but the illustrator revised the chapter, giving Garou a new power boost. Yusuke Murata has stated that he will not redraw Genos, leaving fans to speculate on the future of their beloved cyborg hero.
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