A new trailer for Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 has arrived, and things are looking bad for our favorite esper.
The excitement and hype surrounding the series has only increased as we get closer to the October 5, 2022 release date. If anything, the recent controversy surrounding the anime’s English dub has only gotten more people talking about it in the past few days. Whatever happens, fans will no doubt be eagerly tuning in after several years of waiting for the latest installment.
The latest trailer, the liked on twitterHe’s given fans more footage to overwhelm them, but also just enough to stress them out. What begins as a romantic and innocent look at Mob’s crush on Tsubomi soon turns tragic and violent as we see Mob bleeding to death in the street. Followed by clips from outer space and the apparent future, this season of Mob looks intense.
What can we expect from Season 3?
With just a week left until Mob Psycho Season 3 premieres on TV, fans seem to have been spoiled with information over the past few weeks.
In addition to this new trailer, there were also visuals and PV trailers. They have caused many to speculate that the season will start with the Divine Tree Arc and then end the series with the Telepathy Mini-Arc, ???% Arc and Epilogue since there is only so much manga source material left. That would make Season 3 the final season of Mob Psycho 100. While most fans are probably hoping that’s not the case, there’s still a lot to look forward to this season.
In the US, Mob Psycho will stream on Crunchyroll as usual. Though some of the dub castings are up in the air, many of the Japanese voice actors will be returning to reprise their roles in the anime.
What is Mob Psycho 100 about?
If you haven’t heard or seen Mob Psycho 100, you might be wondering what the series is even about.
Mob Psycho 100 follows a middle school student named Shigeo “Mob” Kageyama. Despite being relatively average or even unremarkable in terms of looks and personality, he has one extraordinary gift – he is a powerful Esper who can wield immense psychic powers when his emotions become too intense for him to control. However, instead of using this to its advantage, Mob often suppresses these abilities.
In an attempt to gain real control over his abilities, Mob enlists the help of an imposter named Reigen, who pretends to be a psychic for work. Despite the questionable nature of their relationship, it proves mutually beneficial as Mob can practice for Reigen to practice ghosts and he gets the credit and payoff for all of Mob’s work.
As the two grow closer and develop a true student-teacher relationship, things seem to be going well for Mob. Still, things can change at any moment and trigger a cataclysmic event if mobs’ emotions run wild for too long.
It’s definitely a series I recommend, especially if supernatural shonen are your thing!