Let's celebrate the season finale of Mob Psycho 100 by looking at more #RedrawReigen greatness!
In 2016, we were gifted with the precious treasure that was Mob Psycho 100. Viewers soon found an amazing mixture of animation styles, psychic battles, comedy, and touching, heartfelt emotional messages about kindness, being honest with oneself, and friendship. While Mob might be the star of the show, the questionable morals (at least, in business) and charisma of his mentor Reigen caught many other fans by surprise, making him a key player in the series and the fan works surrounding the show.
Fans' love for Reigen soon gave birth to #RedrawReigen, where one takes a picture—generally a meme or otherwise well known picture—and redraw it featuring everyone’s favorite psychic of the 21st century! We've already seen some of the amazing works of arts fans have posted up, but since the second season of Mob Psycho 100 is now over... why not have one last hurrah and check out more of the great works posted up on the RedrawReigen hashtag? Let's honor the masterpiece of a show that is Mob Psycho 100 by taking a look at more of fans' own #RedrawReigen masterpieces!
How we're all feeling now that season 2 of Mob Psycho 100 is over:
We love seeing amazing fanart and works, and honestly, the #RedrawReigen tag is the exact type of thing we live for: fun, lively, and varied pieces of art showing shared love for a series or character, with each artist leaving their personal style and touch with each contribution. Even though season 2 has reached its conclusion, it doesn't mean that #RedrawReigen is over. Keep those beautiful pieces of art coming, keep on talking about your favorite scenes, episodes, characters and more! Keep that love for Mob Psycho 100 going, because frankly, the series is so dang good that it deserves all the love it gets!
What are your fave #RedrawReigen pics that you've seen so far? Got one in mind to draw? Tell us in the comments!
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