After three episodes into Mob Psycho 100 S2, we’ve got three gems of different kinds. And yet it feels like the show has barely just begun!
Anime’s possibilities have multiplied with the growth of digital 2D animation, both in terms of techniques available and accessibility. This industry has more tools at its disposal for more people than ever, but how did we get to this point? Who are the main people responsible for all this change? And how did they convince both industry peers and audiences that this was a valid path worth heavily investing on? That’s what we’re here to address in a very special anniversary!
Mob Psycho is a project overflowing with young talent dedicated to their craft with burning passion. And this episode was fire.
I dared to keep Tachikawa away from this column for one week, and now he’s pissed off and back to reclaim his rightful throne. You know which series I have to start with this time.
Mob Psycho has switched between multiple animation styles, so it’s only logical that it would do so again for the main action episode so far. It’s webgen‘s turn to shine!