Let’s start to catch up with the production of Mob Psycho 100 Season 2 – the staff’s creative intent, what happens behind the scenes and its consequences on the work itself – with a long post about the Keiji Mogami arc. Perhaps one of the best in action anime history? No big deal, really.
The Winter 2019 season is already starting, so we’re back to do our usual job: figuring out which new titles have premises with high potential and creative crews that can do them justice, to save you the headache of doing it yourself! Let’s run down the most interesting offerings this season, both the ones you’re already expecting and some curious surprises.
Despite anime magazines not being very cooperative and deciding shows like Little Witch Academia wouldn’t get staff revealed this month, we have returned you to tell you about all the exciting staff coming up on various ongoing anime. Particularly exciting times for fans of Tiger Mask W, Maidragon, ACCA, Pokemon and Youjo Senki!
Mob truly was Saikou.
After leaving a strong impression for twelve consecutive weeks, this gem by the name of Mob Psycho 100 is over. And what a ride it was!
Mob Psycho’s current arc continues to focus more on a character journey over action setpieces, and the anime adaptation pulls it off just fine.
TV anime episodes handled by a single key animator are a rarity nowadays. When it comes to latenight series, only a few shows with balanced schedules or short length can afford them. And with this episode, Mob Psycho joins their ranks.
Let me tell you about a fascinating, lovingly crafted series. You might have heard of this one before, it’s called Mob Psycho.
What happens when an unconventional artist known for his loose drawing style does animation direction for a TV anime episode? We get a masterpiece like this, apparently.