This episode pulls the rug from under us and it wildly diverts course from a sweet little shipping cruise to something a little more action packed. This time focusing more on Reigen as he and Mob make their way to a nearby town to investigate its excess of urban legends.
More of a self contained storyline here as the series settled back into its characters, choosing only to focus on two of our focal characters and their little ghost pal Dimple. Set up almost like a series of vignettes, showcasing Reigen’s aggressive application of common sense in a world where ghosts and psychic powers are rife.
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While the mysterious webcomic artist known only as ONE is much better known for One Punch Man, his second best known work is probably the better of the two. As much as I enjoy One Punch Man for its insane action spectacle and sense of parody. Mob Psycho 100 was actually always a better show in my books.
The first season aired in the summer of 2016, and it’s been a long two and a half year until we got a second season of it. And only one episode in, it already feels worth the wait.
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