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Mob Psycho 100: The Complete Series
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"Unbelievable psychic abilities. A dark and dangerous force. These are the things that make up Kageyama Shigeo, a.k.a. Mob. But despite his great power, Mob only wants one thing—to be cool! Like any other adolescent boy, Mob has a crush on a classmate, but unfortunately, he’s the most awkward kid in his entire school. Sure, he can do things like exorcise evil spirits, and yeah, he has a dark hidden power that unleashes when his suppressed emotions hit 100 percent. But none of that matters if he’s not cool, strong, or able to impress the girl he likes.
With surprisingly wise advice from master psychic (ahem, master con artist) Reigen Arataka and the help of some quirky comrades, Mob will learn what it means to be a regular kid facing the trials of adolescence—oh, and go up against a host of supernatural troublemakers and an underground psychic organization up to no good. All in a day’s work for a top-tier esper."
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But then I watched it, and I gotta say--this show has heart. The animation, the story, the characters, just, all of it. At a surface level, the animation isn't amazing, but then you learn the history (the original artist, ONE, is not exceptionally skilled at art, but kept drawing anyway and produced One Punch Man and Mob Psycho, but Mob Psycho actually reflects ONE's original style), and suddenly you appreciate the skill that went into bringing an overall inconsistently drawn manga to life in a beautiful way, while still keeping the aesthetic of the original art. Seriously, there are so many techniques used to animate this show, so much creativity, so much artistry.
My favorite part has to be the characters. The main character, Mob, and the main secondary character Reigen are two amazing protagonists. Both of them work to completely subvert the shounen genre, and Mob especially is one of the most endearing, sweet main characters that I've already seen. It takes the emotionless angsty powerful main character trope and turns it on its head. I don't want to give much away, but he is so, so sweet.
Also, I gotta say--the English dub is really good. While I'm normally a sub-watcher, this show is one where I don't mind what I watch. All of the voice actors match their characters pretty well (some better than others, but Mob and Reigen fit perfectly, and that's most important), making the show enjoyable in either language. Some of the jokes land better in Japanese than they do in English (there's one in particular that deals with differences between Japanese and English speakers, and just doesn't make as much sense in English), but most of it translates pretty well.
Anyway, I would totally recommend this series. While some of the abstraction may not be for everyone, what it does, it does well.