In Mob Psycho 100 Season 2, we see a new side of the boy with psychic powers who tries to juggle his school life with his job as an exorcist. As opposing groups try to entrap him, his emotions become unstable. The series also features some of the show’s most memorable characters. Read on to learn more about the show’s latest episodes. We also examine the series’ stoicism and cult.
Episode 8 of Mob Psycho 100
After a particularly terrifying episode of Mob Psycho 100, we’re back to discussing the supernatural powers of the series’ protagonist, Mob. The series repeatedly vamps on the psychic ability of its protagonist. So what can Mob and his friends do to make it better? Read on to find out! Below, we discuss what happened in Episode 8 of Mob Psycho 100 Season 2.
The episode starts off with Ritsu and Mob at their middle school. Mob is determined to impress his crush Tsubomi by placing in the top 10. But the marathon ends up being too difficult for him to complete, and he faints in the 74th place. Meanwhile, Tsubomi visits Reigen for relationship advice. Tsubomi, meanwhile, visits Reigen and her gang for advice. While Tsubomi is at her consultation office, Mob is training every day. In his absence, Ritsu is helping Mob.
While on their tour of the Awakening Lab, the girls notice the ghost of Dimple. Apparently, Ritsu has a hidden psychic power, as she accidentally bends a spoon while examining one of the jars. However, the ghost also comes back to haunt her. And it turns out that she was right. This time, it’s Dimple who’s the killer!
The final episode of Mob Psycho 100 is a particularly disturbing episode. In a twisted twist, the characters have become more threatening than ever before. The show makes an effort to elevate the source material, and we can see the horror of Mob walking into a burning house. A series like this shouldn’t be a guilty pleasure for anyone, and Season 2 is no exception. The episode is definitely worth checking out.
Shigeo Kageyama’s mentor
Reigen, Shigeo Kageyama’s mentor, is a very interesting character. His first meeting with him is reminiscent of the beginning of “Sayonara!” – except that Mob is younger and more adorable! Reigen hopes to teach Mob how to better control his psychic powers. The two have an on-off relationship, with each of them proving to be extremely helpful to the other.
The show continues with the same characters as before, but with new additions. Takahiro Sakurai and Setsuo Ito return in the roles of Arataka Reigen and Mob. In addition, Akio Otsuka returns as the evil spirit Dimple. While Dimple was initially the main antagonist of the series, she eventually turned out to be a useful ally.
Reigen is also a new mentor, and he helps Shigeo in his career. His mentor is an experienced masked hood, and his presence on the gang is invaluable. The show has been a hit for both actors and directors, and the second season is no exception. It has been translated to over one hundred languages and has an international audience. You can also watch it on Netflix.
The anime series originally debuted in Japan in April 2012 as a webcomic. The manga series won the 62nd Shogakukan Manga Award and is published in tankobon volumes. The second season is set to air in Japan in January 2019. If you missed the first season, you can catch up on episodes online. You can also catch the latest season of the anime series on Crunchyroll.
The Psycho Helmet cult
In Mob Psycho 100 Season 2, the Mob becomes a member of the mysterious psycho helmetet cult. These men use giant broccoli powder to brainwash their followers. In addition to brainwashing their followers, the Psycho Helmet cult uses a mystical force to control the plants and lure students. They also have the ability to manipulate the mob’s actions, such as using their psychic powers to make them behave in dangerous ways.
The series has a large cast, including writer Hiroshi Seko, artist Yoshimichi Kameda, composer Kenji Kawai, and sound director Kazuhiro Wakabayashi. The other members of the creative team include art director Ryou Kouno, color designer Shihoko Nakayama, photography director Mayuku Furumoto, and editor Kiyoshi Hirose.
As of April 2018, the series was only released in Japan. Anime fans could expect to get a second season of the series in 2019. The series was renewed in 2018 and was the first series to return to the anime market in Japan. The sequel was originally planned for release in mid-January 2019, but the series went on sale in Japan in February. The series’ manga ended in nine chapters. There is no official announcement about an English version, but fans made scanlation projects.
In the second season of the series, the Psycho Helmet Cult takes on a new appearance. Its members claim that the Divine Tree is a manifestation of the Psycho Helmet. They also claim that their god-like powers come from the tree, and Mezato is the only one who knows their true identity. As the popularity of the Divine Tree grows, the Psycho Helmet Cult assumes the role of leader.
Shigeo Kageyama’s stoicism
As the main protagonist of Mob Psycho 100, Shigeo Kageyama is an interesting character to watch. The character is characterized by a stoicism that goes beyond his cynical demeanor. He is a stoic in spite of his psychic powers, and is able to control this ability when he is at a high courage level. Despite his stoicism, he is still socially awkward and struggles with reading the ambiance. However, he can still be incredibly sensitive and even cry when he needs to hurt someone.
While Shigeo’s stoicism made him a more compelling protagonist than his counterparts in Mob Psycho 100, his stoicism did come at a cost. After six months of living in Mogami’s world, Shigeo became suspicious of Reigen, who called him to deal with a nefarious spirit during a social activity. Reigen claimed that Shigeo’s friends were mocking him and calling him gullible, but he later realized that he could not have known what Reigen was talking about.
While Shigeo’s stoicism makes him seem more aloof than his fellow espers, he does possess phenomenal psychic powers. While his psychic abilities are comparable to those of Toichiro Suzuki and Keiji Mogami, Shigeo is undoubtedly the most powerful esper in the series, despite his lack of training in combat. This shows that Shigeo is a man of great moral character.
In the first episode, Reigen makes his displeasure known to Mob by exorcising a ghost mid-sentence. Later, Mob reminds his mentor not to summon him on short notice. But Mob’s stoicism in Mob Psycho 100 Season 2 is more nuanced than this. The character’s stoicism is a key factor in the show’s realism.
The supporting cast
In the first season, the supporting cast was weak, and I wish they had more episodes to develop them. It was disappointing that Reigen, the telepathy club’s leader, never really came into her own, and Dimple was never able to fully develop. This was a shame because she could have been the ultimate non-Mob badass. In season 2, however, she becomes an even stronger force, and she becomes one of the most important characters in the series.
While the series was aimed at a male audience, the supporting cast was all women. The first season was a little petty, dealing with petty rivals and small-time thieves. Season two takes on bigger, more complex opponents, including a dangerous spirit possessed by a young girl and a psychic army that threatens to take over the world. Meanwhile, the relationship between Mob and Reigen is put to the test.
The anime’s supporting cast has more than their share of recurring roles, with the majority of the series’ main staff remaining. Writer Hiroshi Seko is responsible for the series’ composition, while artist Yoshimichi Kameda is responsible for its character designs. Composer Kenji Kawai is responsible for the music, while Kazuhiro Wakabayashi serves as sound director. The other staff members, including art director Ryou Kouno, color designer Shihoko Nakayama, photography director Mayuku Furumoto, and editor Kiyoshi Hirose, are also returning.
The supporting cast of Mob Psycho 100 Season Two includes the younger brother of Mob. Ritsu is a popular student and member of the school council. She longs to become a psychic, like her big brother. Meanwhile, Arataka Reigen is a con artist, often calling upon Mob for help with his clients. In addition, there is the evil spirit Dimple, Teruki Hanazawa, and the “hidden boss.”