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Mob Psycho 100 III Releases New Trailer Ahead of October 5 Premiere

Mob Psycho 100 III


Ahead of the October 5 premiere of the much-anticipated third season of the Mob Psycho 100 TV anime, the series released its main trailer today showing off the torment Mob goes through in his daily life and what he will have to face in Mob Psycho 100 III.





The staff and cast from the first two seasons return for the third season of Mob Psycho 100Season one and two director Yuzuru Tachikawa is promoted to Executive Director while Takahiro Hasui — who was the episode director on episode 6 of season 2 and directed episodes of Sk8 the Infinity — will be in the director’s chair for season 3.


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Mob Psycho 100, drawn and written by One-Punch Man creator ONE, ran on Ura Sunday’s website from 2012 to 2017, with 16 volumes released in Japan. Dark Horse Comics releases the manga for English-speaking audiences. The first two seasons of the anime aired in 2016 and 2019 respectively, with both seasons and the OVA of Mob Psycho 100 available to stream here on Crunchyroll. The series is described as such:


Kageyama Shigeo, a.k.a. “Mob,” is a boy who has trouble expressing himself, but who happens to be a powerful esper. Mob is determined to live a normal life and keeps his ESP suppressed, but when his emotions surge to a level of 100%, something terrible happens to him! As he’s surrounded by false espers, evil spirits, and mysterious organizations, what will Mob think? What choices will he make? The anime based on the original story by ONE, the idol of the webcomic world and creator of One-Punch Man, is coming your way with animation by leading animation studio Bones!


Mob Psycho 100 III begins on Japanese TV on October 5 at 24:00 (effectively, 12 AM on October 6) with Crunchyroll streaming the series soon after its TV broadcast.


Source: Mob Psycho 100 on Twitter


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Daryl Harding is a Senior Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram