Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 Reveals New Visual

The key visual is designed by Yoshimichi Kameda.

One is the author and illustrator of the Japanese comic series Mob Psycho 100. It was serialised from April 2012 to December 2017 on the Ura Sunday website of Shogakukan. Since December 2014, Shogakukan's mobile app MangaONE has made it accessible online as well. Shogakukan divided the chapters of the tankbon into sixteen volumes.
Bones has created an adaptation for an anime television series. A second season, which broadcast between January and April 2019, follows the first season, which ran from July to September of 2016. In 2022, the third season is scheduled to premiere. With an English version created by Bang Zoom! Entertainment in December 2016 and aired on Adult Swim's Toonami block in October 2018, Crunchyroll obtained the streaming rights to the anime series.

The New Key Visual of Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 

The official twitter account of the series posted the key visual with the announcement that it will began air on October 2022. Here is the tweet:

 

Manga of Mob Psycho 100 

Dark Horse Comics announced on April 23, 2018, that they have licensed the series for English serialization in North America, with the first volume which was released on October 24, 2018. The premise of the first volume of the manga is as follows:

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From the creator of One-Punch Man! Do you or someone you know need an exorcist who works cheap? Reigen's your guy! What's his secret to busting ghosts while keeping prices low? Well, first, hes a fraud, and second, he pays the guy who's got the real psychic power–his student assistant Shigeo–less than minimum wage. Shigeo is an awkward but kind boy whose urge to help others and get along with them is bound up with the mental safety locks he's placed on his own emotions. Reigen knows he needs to exploit Shigeo to stay in business, yet for better or worse he's also his mentor and counselor. And he also knows whenever the normally repressed kid's emotions reach level 100, it may unleash more psychic energy than either of them can handle!

If you like the premise you can check the first volume of the manga on Dark Horse Comics.

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Where Can I Watch the previous seasons of Mob Psycho 100 

If you want to stream the previous seasons of Mob Psycho 100 you have plenty of options. The first season is available on HBO max and Funimaton. But you are better of with streaming on Cruchyroll and VRV as both of them the second season as well.

My Favorite Characters of Mob Psycho Ranked 

1. Shigeo Kageyama 

Mob is gifted psychic Esper in the eighth grade. His distinctive physical trait is his bowl-cut hairdo. Since boyhood, he has not been excellent at reading the mood and has rarely felt or shown significant emotion, usually having glum expression on his face that is quite reminiscent of Saitama from One-Punch Man. 
Because he believes that using his strength is unnecessary in his life, he doesn't. He holds back his feelings in order to keep his power under control, but when the percentage of his gathered feelings hits 100, he is overpowered by the emotion that is the strongest at the moment and unleashes the full range of his abilities.  
He earns 300 yen per hour at Reigen's spirit council. He was urged to join the Telepathy Club to keep them from dissolving, but he ultimately decided to join the Body Improvement Club in an effort to both impress his covert love, Tsubomi, and better himself as a person. 

2. Arataka Reigen 

Reigen, a self-described spirit medium and Mob's mentor, owns and operates “Spirits and Such,” which offers inexpensive psychic readings. He is simply a con artist who uses his charm and knowledge to solve his clients' problems using what he refers to as “secret techniques,” despite the fact that he lacks real psychic talents.
Although he frequently prioritises his own interests, Reigen appears to sincerely care about Mob and has forced him to swear never to use his abilities against others. During the battle with Claw's 7th Division, he briefly possessed Mob's psychic abilities, which he used to persuade the majority of the surviving higher-ups to change their ways and rejoin civilization.
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He still possesses the capacity to perceive very low-level spirits. Later in the novel, his past is revealed, and he recalls a period when he worked for a corporation. He recalls quitting his job there because he was bored and choosing to rent an office instead. He had only commenced his psychic career after perusing a magazine, and he was really planning to give it up when he first encountered Mob and took on the role of his master.

3. Tsubomi Takane 

Mob has a crush on Tsubomi, a childhood buddy. She is one of the few people who actually doesn't care about Mob's psychic gift and believes that effort and hard work are more important than innate talent. She inspired Mob's decision to not rely on his skills as well as his choice to join the Body Improvement Club because of her lack of interest in his abilities.

4. Dimple 

I think Dimple is pretty important character early in the series. A cunning upper-class evil spirit with red circles on his cheeks, capable of bringing out the full potential of any body he is in. However, he is unable to fully influence psychics without their consent and is unable to possess them.
His capacity to hypnotise or sway sizable crowds of people has also been demonstrated. He first took control of a person to start the LOL cult and become a god, but he was ultimately vanquished by the mob and lost most of his spiritual powers. He was reduced to nothing more than a wisp of a spirit, yet he was able to persuade the mob to spare him because they saw him as somewhat harmless.
Despite the fact that Dimple was unable to benefit from Mob, he stuck by him until Teruki further diminished his essence. After that, Dimple helped Ritsu completely develop his psychic abilities by acting as a conduit for him to use them until he was able to do so on his own.

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