In the final part of Brandon's Mob Psycho 100 articles comparing the manga with the anime, he looks at Bones' production ethos behind the anime and how the last 4 episodes played out. With this season of the anime 100% complete, hit the jump to read more!
In Part 3 of Mob Psycho 100's anime and manga differences, Brandon looks at episodes 6 through 8. His findings were that the anime was quite the departure from the manga. Curious to know where? Hit the jump to find out!
Brandon looks at episodes 4 & 5 of Mob Psycho 100's anime adaptation in Part 2 of his series of articles looking at the differences between the anime and manga.
In this new series of articles, Brandon examines some of the specific aesthetic modifications, altered scenes, and additional content added by the anime staff of Mob Psycho 100, exploring through these changes why the anime adaptation stands as a distinct creative product from ONE's source manga.
The "heta-uma" art movement arose in 1970s Japan in opposition to the rigid polish of mainstream pop art. How does Mob Psycho 100 creator ONE's style of drawing echo this artistic movement? Hit the jump to find out!
In Mob Psycho 100, the Kageyama brothers, Shigeo and Ritsu, are complete opposites of each other – yet both brothers wish they could be more like the other. Not sure why? Hit the jump to find out!
While Mob Psycho 100 is an anime best known for its awe-inspiring animation, it does possess a compelling character study revolving around the insecurities of adolescence. Hit the jump to read more!
Brandon looks at the visceral power of animation through the lens of Mob Psycho 100's premiere. Why is this aspect of the anime so noteworthy? Hit the jump to read more!