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History Edit

At some point, his hero name was changed.[1]

PlotEdit

Hero Association SagaEdit

Sea Monster ArcEdit

Explaining

Puri-puri Prisoner explaining to Sonic

Puri-puri Prisoner arrives to catch the unconscious form of Lightning Max after Max's defeat at the hands of Deep Sea King.[2] After a short conversation with Sonic, Prisoner examines the battlefield and upon realizing that both Stinger and Lightning Max, two heroes who he had taken an interest in, were defeated by the Deep Sea King he states that he will never forgive him[3] and proceeds to power up to half strength, destroying his sweater in the process.[4] Devastated by the destruction of his sweater, a consequence he apparently blames on the Deep Sea King, Prisoner becomes even more enraged.[5] He is then hit with a heavy blow from the monster, but the attack apparently had little to no effect as Puri-puri Prisoner quickly retaliates with a blow of his own.[6]

PrisonervSeaKing

Puri-puri Prisoner vs. Deep Sea King

After unleashing a destructive flurry of punches upon a surprised Deep Sea King, Puri-puri Prisoner remarks that he barely felt Sea King's punch,[7] although Sonic notices that Prisoner is having trouble keeping his balance and Puri-puri Prisoner himself states internally that the blow was way more powerful than he expected.[8]Determined not to lose, Prisoner resolves that his only choice is to transform and proceeds to transform into Angel ☆ Style.[9]

Powered up, Prisoner states that nobody has ever seen him in Angel ☆ Style and lived to tell about it.[10] He then unleashes his special attack Angel ☆ Rush upon the Deep Sea King.[11] After realizing that his attack had no effect on Deep Sea King, Puri-puri Prisoner is assaulted by the monster's vicious blows and, with one final kick, is effectively blown away from the fight.[12]

Purisad

Puri-puri Prisoner depressed

Puri-puri Prisoner visits both Stinger and Lightning Max in the hospital after breaking out of jail again and tries to give them what he called Angel Shots, but they quickly run off in fear. He is calling for them to come back to take their medication, as a newspaper falls next to his feet and looks, only to find the page showing him with the title S-Class failure that left Puri-puri Prisoner depressed.[13]

Alien Conquerors ArcEdit

Dark Angel Style

Puri-puri Prisoner Dark ☆ Angel ☆ Rush

Puri-puri Prisoner is seen at the S-Class Hero Association meeting and whilst sitting there privately hopes he can use the opportunity to get closer to Genos.[14] During the meeting, he was asked by Saitama, about the Shibabawa, to which Puri-puri Prisoner explains.[15] After the destruction of A-City, he took part in the group fight against Melzargard with Atomic Samurai, Bang and Metal Bat. During the fight, Puri-puri Prisoner demonstrated a new technique inspired by the Deep Sea King's word, naming it Dark ☆ Angel ☆ Rush.[16]

Arguing

Puri-puri Prisoner and the heroes being criticized by Sweet Mask

The S-Class heroes were struggling to defeat Melzargard, until Metal Bat found its weakness.[17] After the heroes defeat Melzargard, the spaceship began crashing down and the S-Class heroes run to safety.[18] After the invasion was over Puri-puri Prisoner and the other S-Class heroes were patronized by Sweet Mask to which Puri-puri Prisoner questions Sweet Mask's attitude.[19]

Human Monster SagaEdit

Super Fight ArcEdit

He encounters Free Hugger during the Monster Raid and eventually manages to defeat the monster after using Angel ☆ Hug despite suggestions by citizens to use the iron ball chained to his leg. He then received a call that the prisoners of Smelly Lid Prison have been kidnapped.[20]

Monster Association ArcEdit

Puri-puri Prisoner starts heading towards A-City from Smelly Lid Prison and promised the cops to kill Nyan.[21] He receives a new knitted shirt from a fellow prisoner.

Puri-puri Prisoner attends a meeting with Pig God, Superalloy Darkshine, Flashy Flash, Tornado of Terror, Atomic Samurai, Child Emperor, Zombieman and Sekingar on invading the Monster Association and they reassure Narinki that they will rescue his son.[22] He receives a transmitter that tells him the location of his comrades. Puri-puri Prisoner offers his opinion on the level of monsters he fought during the monster invasion and while most were weak, some were challenging. During the meeting, he asks the other heroes to leave monsters in prisoners outfit to him as he wants to rehabilitate them back to humans. Kamikaze asks if he has a method to bring them back to human. Puri-puri Prisoner responds that he will give them a Angel ☆ Hug: following by a deep kiss.[23] When Sweet Mask barges into the meeting and demands to take leadership of the S-Class heroes, Puri-puri Prisoner is tempted into a master/slave relationship with Sweet Mask. Puri-puri Prisoner leaves with various heroes to attack the Monster Association.[24]

Original WebcomicEdit

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He accompanies the other S-Class heroes against the Monster Association. Later in the fight against Garou, he is assigned the task to find Darky (Puri-puri Prisoner's nickname for Superalloy Darkshine) after he lost his confidence and went into hiding. He eventually finds him, but is unable to get him back on his feet because he is still distraught. To prove he is worthy, Puri-puri Prisoner lets out a full power punch on Darky to prove that he is strong enough. It left him unscathed and after a little bit more of talking, he gets Darky to get back on his feet and fight. They join Flashy-Flash and Saitama (who was not given the chance to fight until a little later) in the fight against Garou. Unfortunately, they weren't enough (not including Saitama) to beat the newly transformed Garou, even with the combined strength of all 3 S-Class heroes.

ReferencesEdit

  1. One-Punch Man Encyclopedia; One-Punch Man: Hero Perfection, page 80-81
  2. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 24, page 20
  3. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 24, page 23
  4. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 24, page 24
  5. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 24, page 26
  6. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 24, page 28
  7. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 24, page 31
  8. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 24, page 32
  9. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 24, page 33
  10. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 24, page 36
  11. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 24, page 37
  12. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 24, page 44
  13. One-Punch Man Anime; Episode 9
  14. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 29, page 15
  15. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 30, page 6-7
  16. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 32, page 10-11
  17. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 33, page 6-11
  18. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 36, page 2
  19. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 36, page 6
  20. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 76, page 2-10
  21. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 85, page 21
  22. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 90, page 16-21
  23. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 93, page 7-8
  24. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 93, page 51-52