Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 update teased for Mob’s birthday in May 2022

Mob Psycho 100 S3
Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 will feature Shigeo Kageyama aka Mob being forced to confront his feelings and motivations. Pic credit: Studio Bones

Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 is coming. We have a trailer, the official anime website is active, and the official Twitter has kindly reminded us that May 12th is Mob’s birthday. And we should check the Twitter account on May 12, 2022!

Are we finally going to get a time frame for the Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 release date? Will season 3 be released in one sitting or split into cours? Will season 3 only cover the rest of the manga, or will we get some anime-exclusive material?

Since season 1 was 12 episodes and season 2 was 13, does this mean season 3 will get 14? We need answers and next week can’t come soon enough!

Mob Psycho 100 PV image
Mob Psycho 100 PV image. Pic credit: Studio Bones

What do we know about Mob Psycho 100?

Except for the tweet, we have no new information. But Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 was confirmed to be in production in 2021, and the anime’s Twitter account has been regularly active since then.

There’s been no word of changing studios or voice actors. The manga ended in 2017, and it only has 16 volumes.

We have plenty of material for an exciting season, and fans can enjoy Mob and friends duke it out one last time. Mob Psycho 100’s Twitter loves giving us countdowns.

I don’t think the hype ever went away because of Twitter, which is great because fans have a lot more than season 3 to look forward to!

Shall we predict Mob Psyco 100’s future?

A spin-off manga focuses on different characters called Reigen that is currently being translated thanks to Dark Horse. A retelling of season 1 as a film called Mob Psyco 100 Reigen: The Miraculous Unknown Psychic features all-new content about our favorite fraud.

Another OVA called The Spirits and Such Consultation’s Office’s First Company Outing ~A Healing Trip that Warms the Heart~ is a hot springs episode and more. There’s also a television drama that has 12 episodes and covers the first season somewhat faithfully.

Netflix owns its rights, and I can overlook a lot of the flaws. However, the most important thing is that Reigen is Reigen.

A lot of the humor has been preserved, but the fighting scenes are a huge disappointment. The one thing that the live-action improved on was the happy cult masks.

If I saw someone wearing one in broad daylight, I would keep my distance, especially if it was Halloween!

Watch the live-action for Reigen, and you won’t be disappointed. I hope Mob’s birthday focuses on season 3 and the manga.

We’ll find out the truth in a week! Remember to say no to violence!

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