Piero Bonanni’s review published on Letterboxd:
Mob is over, I can't imagine the journey for those who have been watching it since 2016.
For being a comedy show, it hasn't made me laugh that much, but instead it made me discover some of the best characters I've seen in a while. Mob and Reigen are so great, without a doubt one of the best duos to come out of television. The show is at its best when the plot revolves around these two, and surprisingly, I think it is just better when it focuses less on grand-scale battles and more on Mob's teenager/school arc. I mean, the aliens' little arc was one of my favourites, I just love this show when it's simple and doesn't involve too much action (even if the final episodes of season 2 were sick).
Reigen steals the show in every way, don't get me wrong I absolutely love Mob, but it is what it is. I take back what I said about this show not being funny, Reigen never failed to make me laugh consistently. All the side characters are also amazing, from Dimple to the Gymbros, they kept the show interesting in its subplots.
My complaints revolve around the structure and the direction of the plot, and that's definitely personal, but I really wished for a total slice of life with fewer antagonists. I think season 3 executed this concept very well.
I'm so happy that the ending was GREAT. It's so easy to mess up the finale of a show, but the last episode was a 10/10, perfectly finishing every character arc and wrapping up the story nicely. Best episode, along with the Reigen internet episode.
I haven't even mentioned the animation of this show, have I?
It's great, really great.