As the series moves closer and closer to its conclusion, Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 Episode 1 features a very stunning return of Reigen and Mob in the first episode of the third season. In this review, let’s find out how things turned out!
- 1 Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 Episode 1 Overview
- 2 Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 Episode 1 Review- Regret
- 3 Verdict
- 4 Mob Psycho 100 season 3 release date, synopsis, cast, trailer, and more
- 5 Mob Psycho 100 season 3 release date
- 6 Mob Psycho 100 season 3 synopsis
- 7 Mob Psycho 100 season 3 cast
- 8 Mob Psycho 100 season 3 trailer
Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 Episode 1 Overview
The phenomenon of Mob Psycho 100 on a global scale and its instant success are singular in a way that, given the nature of this medium, will most likely never be witnessed again. Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 or simply titled Mob Psycho Season 3 marks the return of the series for its third and most recent installment. The story is adapted from a manga that was created by ONE, who is also the artist and creator of One Punch Man.
This season is being directed by the talented team of Yuzuru Tachikawa and Hasui Takahira, who have previously worked on shows such as Death Parade and Bleach for Tachikawa and My Hero Academia and SK8 the Infinite for Takahira. Tachikawa and Takahira are also responsible for the direction of this season. Studio Bones, which is responsible for the production of several iconic works in the anthology of anime, including Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood and Bungou Stray Dogs, is once again at the helm of the production of the series.
Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 Episode 1 Review- Regret
I don’t know what other sign there is that the world is beginning to recover from the catastrophe that has occurred every year since 2020, but the fact that Mob Psycho 100 has returned and is just as good as it used to be is one of them. It’s a miracle in and of itself that this odd little show managed to get popular in the first place. The fact that the show was able to maintain and even increase its popularity thanks to the exceptional quality of its narration, animation, and soundtrack was something much more impressive than that. I’ll be the first to confess that I didn’t have the same level of enthusiasm for Season 2 as everyone else, but nobody can dispute the fact that it is of outstanding quality. The third season has begun in a manner remarkably similar to the first two, with a retrospective on the mayhem that Mob’s decisive conflict with Claw brought about.
Well, kinda, This episode served as a great little breather that reintroduced the characters, their personalities, and motivations, as well as their goals for this season. While the larger effects of that onto the world will take some time to reflect upon the narrative, this episode served as a great little breather that did so. The monster-of-the-week structure is incredibly effective for this show, and the monsters that were introduced this week were exceptionally powerful in their ability to make you despise your very own life. Mob Psycho 100 is capable of being highly current and relatable when it tries, and this was one of those times. Despite having one of the most ridiculous concepts for a show in the history of anime, Mob Psycho 100 can be extremely relevant and relatable when it tries.
The show had us thinking about the pointlessness of life by using a crazy who wanted to exorcise himself. It also got us thinking about how important each of our decisions is in the great scheme of things. Just one bad decision can send us down a path from which there is no turning back, and we may live our entire lives with the regret of having taken that path. It’s likely that this isn’t true in the most literal sense, given that it’s always feasible to make changes in your life, especially if you still have a lot of it left. This does not make the existential sorrow any easier, and the way that this episode expressed this feeling in a funny yet tragic manner made you realize what it was about this program that you loved so much in the first place.
In the remainder of this review series, Reigen will only only be referred to as “#2 Tumbl Sexyman Reigen,” and I will not be taking any inquiries at this time. He was back to his sleazy, over-the-top business shenanigans in this episode, which made him fantastic. Somehow, he managed to be the kindest and most mature character in the program, despite his slimy, over-the-top business shenanigans. He is part of the reason why this program is so entertaining, and he is simply the best (well, second best, after Sans). It will do wonders for the overall quality of the season if he gets a solid arc this time around.
The inclusion of Serizawa in the show has been a pleasant and welcome surprise, and both he and Mob are terrific foils for the antics of #2 Tumblr Sexyman Reigen. The overarching storyline for this season has already begun to take shape in little ways, and the Psycho Helmet cult, in addition to Dimple, is going to play significant parts in the events of this season. Because of Mob’s chronic lack of resolve, he is going to have a difficult time deciding what he wants to do for a living and where he wants to go after he graduates from middle school. At least he has his boss and mentor to help him through it or to keep him on as an assistant permanently or both. Well, at least that’s something.
The first episode of the third season of Mob Psycho 100 was a fantastic way to kick off the show, and it did an excellent job of laying the groundwork for the rest of the season. Hello again, members of the Mob!