Tanktop Black Hole (タンクトップブラックホール, Tankutoppu Burakku Hōru) is a B-Class Rank 81 professional hero and the older brother of Tanktop Tiger.
Tanktop Black Hole is a large, well built man with short and black hair. He wears a very simple costume of pants and a black tank top.
Tanktop Black Hole has a rather confident and stubborn personality. This is exhibited when he refuses to believe a C-Class hero could ever be capable of destroying a meteor. He is also a rather charismatic person, shown by his ability to bend a crowd to his will.
In addition, he is rather intelligent and manipulative, quickly bending the mentality of a crowd to attack Saitama after the damage caused by a meteor to Z-City.
Hero Association SagaEdit
Giant Meteor ArcEdit
After the destruction of the Meteor at the hands of Saitama many people are left angry at Saitama due to the destruction the broken meteor ended up causing. Saitama is taking a walk around the ruins of Z-City when Tanktop Tiger jumps out and declares Saitama a liar and a cheater, he then calls out his brother. Tanktop Black Hole jumps out and begins to accost Saitama. Tanktop Tiger steps forward to attack Saitama, but Black Hole stops him, saying he has devised the most cruel way of punishing Saitama.
Black Hole takes a deep breath and starts yelling about how Saitama is the perpetrator of the destruction of Z-City, and how because of Saitama people are homeless and businesses have been destroyed and so on. As he is yelling inhabitants of the city start to be drawn towards the commotion and start going along with Black Holes words. Black Hole uses this to his advantage and states that Saitama needs to quit being a hero, which gets the citizens more on his side, and causes them to dislike Saitama even more. At this point, using the negative atmosphere from the crowd to his advantage, Black Hole challenges Saitama to a duel.
Tanktop Tiger jumps forward to attack Saitama, but is knocked away instantly. This enrages Black Hole, who then jumps forward and attempts to grab Saitama, but Saitama catches his hand and squeezes, causing Black Hole to give up. Black Hole then falls to his knees, saying that he gives up and that he's sorry for lying. 
Human Monster SagaEdit
Hero Hunt ArcEdit
Tanktop Black Hole along with the Tank Topper Army found Garou to avenge Tanktop Vegetarian's defeat, and after Tanktop Master engaged in a fight with Garou and lost, he then assisted his brothers and Mumen Rider in a fight against Garou, but was easily defeated by him.
Appearances in Other MediaEdit
While the top tier heroes selected by a Hero Association official were sent into the isolated area in the city, Tanktop Tiger and Tanktop Black Hole were assigned to guard the quarantine zone by order of the Association. When asked by Tanktop Tiger why they were assigned to such a low level job, he only replied not to think about it as they were being compensated for the assignment. Becoming flustered when Saitama appeared, both barked questions at him regarding his untimely arrival to an area where only the allotted heroes are allowed, to which Saitama calmly states he's one of them.
Abilities and PowersEdit
Being a B-Class hero, it can be assumed that Tanktop Black Hole is a skilled combatant though it should be noted he is one of the lowest ranked heroes in B-Class. He is also able to work a crowd well, knowing what to say to turn a crowd onto his side.
Enhanced Strength: Black Hole is a rather strong individual, boasting a grip strength of 200 kilos.
Impressive Voice: Black Hole has a rather impressively loud voice that he can use to draw attention to himself.
Hand-to-Hand Combatant: Like the rest of the Tank Topper Army, Tanktop Black Hole seemingly prefers unarmed close quarters combat. He mostly makes use of his great grip strength.
Tanktop Black Hole's rating determined by the Hero Association.
- Saitama vs. Tanktop Tiger and Tanktop Black Hole
- Garou vs. Mumen Rider, Tank Topper Army and Charanko
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 One-Punch Man Encyclopedia; One-Punch Man: Hero Perfection, page 70
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 22, page 13-15
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 22, page 16-28
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 22, page 29-34
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 45, page 9-18
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 46, page 18
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 46, page 23
- ↑ One-Punch Man Omake; Lost Cat