Original: ONE, TV anime “Mob Psycho 100” staff on the works! Rejoice because thanks to ONE being on the spotlight in the “One Punch Man”the anime blockbuster “Mob Psycho 100” is about to hit the TV during 2016. While news back 2015 affirmed that the TV anime would be produced, it’s been now that finally the main staff has been announced! All information is now available on the official site. Not only the voice actors have been revealed, but also a PV has seen the light as well!
If you don’t know it yet, Mob Psycho 100 is a popular comic serialized in the comic app Manga One by Shogakukan. It has been viewed more than 58 million times! While One Punch Man has been the blockbuster title of all times, Mob Psycho 100 is not far away! The protagonist is a boy called Shigeo Kageyama. People know him by Mob, and has a pretty normal life till something happens with the number 100.
Bonds is responsible for the production of this anime. Bonds has already done Fullmetal Alchemist, Eureka and Blooc Blockade Battlefront, among others. The director of Attack on Titan will also be taking part in the project.
When this anime will see the light is to be decided, but it seems that all information will be released during March. So keep tuned for more news!
Official Site: Mob Psycho 100
Image Source: Animeanime
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