Mob Psycho 100 Season 2 Review (Spoiler-Free)

A psychic middle school boy tries to live a normal life and keep his growing powers under control, even though he constantly gets into trouble.

Review

That Nomad Shad – After the sensational first season of Mob Psycho 100, expectations for the second season were at an all-time high. The second season of Mob Psycho far exceeds these in every possible manner, delivering a thrilling season filled with exhilarating highs and soul-crushing low points.

This show has always been a deconstruction of your run-the-mill Shounen anime, primarily focusing on a protagonist who doesn’t care about being the most powerful esper in the world, he just wants to be a normal kid. The second season focuses on his acceptance of himself, esper or not. Mob is pulled between his school life and blossoming relationships, and his job. The tension between Reigen and Mob provide some of the most emotional moments in the season and often reaffirm why the two need one another.

The show spares no expense at some of the most jaw-dropping battles. Each battle is a thrilling battle of ideals. This season does an excellent job of challenging his own emotions and learning to accept them through each new threat. They ramp up the threat to Mob both physically and emotionally, giving each battle a sense of gravitas need to elevate the show to new highs.

The second season of Mob Psycho 100 blew away all expectations. With Mob maturing and coming into his own, it will be exciting to see where One takes the character. I am eagerly anticipating the third season and am confident that it has what it takes to deliver the goods.


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