Mob Psycho 100 Announces Series Finale ‘Graduation’ Event

Mob Psycho 100 officially ended its fan-favorite anime earlier this year with its third season, and now it’s preparing to celebrate with a special “Graduation” event before the grand finale! The anime adaptation that took over from ONE’s original manga series concluded the series with its third season, and it was certainly the most emotional run in the anime to date. Shigeo Kageyama was forced to face all the power he had held back through the series thus far, and some pretty big truths were revealed to help Shigeo move on and grow into a more complete person.

It was essentially a “graduation” for Mob, as he eventually grew out of the shadow of others, and the shadow cast by his own power. So the series is celebrating one last celebration to wrap up Mob’s growth throughout the series with a new “Graduation” event coming to Japan on April 9th. Fans around the world will have the chance to get tickets for the special event being celebrated Mob Psycho 100‘s anime run, but it’s yet to be revealed exactly what fans can expect from the event:

How to watch Mob Psycho 100

Mob Psycho 100′s anime is coming to an end, and that means now is also the perfect time to watch it from the very beginning. The entire series (including the OVA releases) is now streaming with Crunchyroll with both Japanese and English dubbed audio. If you’ve never seen it before, you can see why the third season was such a big hit with fans. As for what to expect from this final batch of episodes, Crunchyroll teases the third season as such:

Shigeo Kageyama, also known as “Mob”, is a boy who has trouble expressing himself, but who happens to be a mighty Esper. Determined to live a normal life, Mob keeps his ESP suppressed, but when his emotions a level of 100%, something terrible is happening to him! While surrounded by false espers, evil spirits and mysterious organizations, what will Mob think? What choices will he make?”

What were you thinking Mob Psycho 100′third season? What did you think of the anime as a whole? Let us know all your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even contact me directly about all things animation and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!

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