Mob Psycho 100 Sequel Stage Play Reveals New Visual
posted on by Alex Mateo
The official website for the sequel stage play adaptation of ONE's Mob Psycho 100 manga revealed a new visual on Friday.
The website also announced that Marina Inoue would reprise her role as the character Tome Kurata in a video appearance.
Marvelous recently opened an English-language ticketing website for the play.
The cast also includes:
Gaku Matsumoto as Ritsu Kageyama
Yūichirō Hirata as Shinji Kamuro
Yūta Hoshino as Hikaru Tokugawa
Takeshi Nadagi is similarly reprising his role as Dimple
Takuya Kawaharada as Teruki Hanazawa
Shoichiro Oomi as Tenga Onigawara (replacing Yūya Kido)
Miyu Suenaga as Ichi Mezato
Kentarō Kanesaki as Musashi Gōda (replacing Naoya Gōmoto)
Seiichirō Nagata as Shō
Yūki Kamisato as Sakurai
Kazunari as Koyama
Ito, Matsumoto, Hoshino, Nadagi, Suenaga, and Baba are all reprising their roles from the previous stage play.
Keita Kawajiri (Sugarboy) is again directing and writing the script. The new play will run at The Galaxy Theatre in Tokyo from September 13-17 and at Shinkobe Oriental Theater in Hyōgo from September 20-23.
The first stage play (seen right) ran from January 6-14 at The Galaxy Theatre in Tokyo.
The original manga creator ONE (One-Punch Man) launched the Mob Psycho 100 series on Ura Sunday in 2012 and later in Shogakukan's MangaOne app in 2014. Shogakukan published the manga's 16th and final compiled book volume on July 19.
The anime adaptation of ONE's original manga premiered in Japan in July 2016 and Crunchyroll streamed the series with English subtitles as it aired in Japan. Funimation streamed an English dub for the anime in December 2016.
Funimation describes the story:
Kageyama Shigeo (a.k.a. Mob) is an 8th grader with powerful psychic abilities. Workingunder his not-so-capable master, Reigen, Mob uses his powers to exorcise evil spirits. But his will to be normal causes him to suppress his powers and feelings until he hits 100 percent — a point where his pent-up emotions are unleased and a darker power takes over.
The manga also inspired a live-action drama starring Tatsuo Hamada in January. TV Tokyo produced the live-action show in collaboration with Netflix. In addition, the anime received an event centered on the character Reigen in March, and Crunchyroll is streaming the event anime. The event revealed the main anime's second season.
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