Shou is an extremely powerful psychic, capable of easily smashing Ishiguro's gravity orbs with little effort. He thinks his power is not necessary in his life, so he avoids using it. The series was simulcast on , while broadcast the show's simuldub. Mob is a pretty good despite the fact that it lacks appeal, creative story-telling, and quality. Whether that be the guilt he feels for putting others in harm's way or the animosity that boils over when someone dares to endanger his loved ones; every pent-up emotion is externalized into a colorful display of energy, feeling, and chaos.
It's simple in nature much like the story. One where not taking yourself too seriously could be a commendable approach, while still having ideas that could please those interested in them. Each seeking a quality that the other has without registering the actuality of their own self-worth. The visual follows the manga pretty closely while the action sequences are animated by a famed studio, Bones. Later in the story, we see how Mob expresses his emotions and feelings.
We see how complicated and powerful he truly is. One of Shou's most notable techniques allows him to refract light around him, rendering him invisible to the naked eye. Mob Psycho 100 doesn't do that--it propels a simple story with endearing characters. Our main character, Mob, starts off fairly easy to read. When things get serious, the artwork really works with its hardcore cinematography.
He's a misfit in theory, but he's managed to have so many people care about him and despite his struggle to express feelings, he's close to them as well. The series aired between July 12, 2016, and September 27, 2016, on , later airing on , and. There were multiple scenes featured within the story where tense emotional dialogue would temporarily take over action scenes. A firm believer that his psychic power to manipulate gravity makes him superior, Ishiguro's arrogance makes him prone to childish temperament to the point of being murderous. Ritsu has really grown to me as a very interesting character. But thanks to some meaningful passages being brought up to supplement this nutty art-style later on, to many, the presentation only became a secondary reason to stick around instead.
As he bobs along with an expression that makes it clear that he's not the sharpest knife in the drawer, he enters the office of his employer, Arataka Reigen. However, the psychic energy he exerts is barely the tip of the iceberg; if his vast potential and unrestrained emotions run berserk, a cataclysmic event that would render him completely unrecognizable will be triggered. The final chapter was published on December 22, 2017. Ekubo Mob's spirit friend starts off evil but then develops a bond not just between Mob, but the other main characters and even some of the supporting characters. The real question is why and how? I mean, he is still human and humans make mistakes. On the other hand, I am slightly disappointed that the season is only a 1-cour of 12 episodes.
Yes, the anime starts off slow--yes it appears to be recycled garbage at first. Teru always wanted to hang out with Mob and tries his best to be more kind and understanding to the people around him. The premise of this series is pretty simplistic. The bad thing is that they are plagued with awful choices made in quality, setting, and special effects. The series had gotten an English dub by in December 2016, with Funimation handling distribution. This was evident during many of the fights.
He is clever and competent, excelling at both academic and athletic performance. The school yard setting reminded me of old anime from the 70's, 80's, and 90's. Moving on, special effects like the rain and the auroras surrounding characters while they are using their powers. The music composed for certain scenes that express sadness, depression enhances the mood and atmosphere. Simplicity is what the show builds its foundation upon. The characters manage to get more development in such a short amount of time compared to anime with 24 episodes. He suppresses his emotions to keep his power in control, but when the percentage of his accumulated feelings reaches 100, he is overcome by the strongest emotion he is feeling at the time and unleashes the full extent of his powers.
Maybe he'll succeed with only restoring those personal values and the faith others have given him. And that's what this is as well; a simple idea but done so in a way that adds new meaning to what's at face value, another beat-em-up with superpowers. One services everyone, while the other offers a second helping for those that want a bit more. Shigeo also possesses an unknown power as explained by the narrator during his battle with Teruki which far surpasses even the height of his abilities, but is uncontrollable and only awakens when unconscious. The animators often times put a lot effort into the details of a fight.