Chainsaw Man reveals the English actor of the voice of Podkita, the release date of October 25

The English cast of the Anime Chainsaw Man was revealed at the beginning of this month, but without an actor to the voice of the cap.Now we know not only who will put the voice under the charming demon of the mechanical saw, but also know what the release date of the English dub will be:

Tuesday, October 25


12:30 Pacific time

A crunchy roll on the day.The director of Adr Dubbing is Mike McFarland, and the cast includes:

Ryan Colt Levy

(My Hero Acadekaren: World Heroes’mission; Moriarty The Patriot) – English voice


Suzie Yeung

(Demons Sammer: Kimetsu no Yaiba; Priority of the Miraculous Egg) as an English voice


Reagana Murdock

(Dragon Ball Super; Don’t Hurt me, My Healer!) As an English voice


Sarah Wiedenheft

(Black Clover; Dr. Stone; Dragon Ball Super) as an English voice


Lindsay Seidel

(Attack on the last season of Titan; My Hero Acadekaren) as an English voice


According to the press message of Crunchyroll, Chainsaw Man will also be dubbed in the Latin American, Portuguese Brazilian, French, German and Russian, with dates and cast, which will soon be revealed.Dub English was shown only at this year’s New York Comic Con.A trailer with dubbing is also available:

Chainsaw Man – a trailer of English dubu

Japanese cast anime Chainsaw Man includes:

Kkunosuke toya

as Denji

Tomori Kusunoki

as a macima

Shogo Sakata

as Aki Hayakawa

Fairoz AI

as a power

Shiori Izawa

as a chill

Mariya Ise, Kenjiro Tsuda, Karin Takahashi, Taku Yashiro, Maaya Uchida, Hanae Natsuki and Yuya Uchida are also one of the original Japanese cast.

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Duby Crunchyroll has recently attracted attention after voice actor Kyle McCarley said that the company refused his request to meet the screen actors-the Union of the American Federation of Television and Radio Federation (SAG-aftra) and to negotiate a potential contract for future productions.McCarley, who lent voice to Mob in the first two seasons of the anime MOB Psycho 100, said that he would not return in the third season and that Dubu is currently recording.Crunchyroll did not answer the request of Animecorner for a statement, but issued a statement for Kotak: “We will produce English Dub in our production studies in Dallas and to achieve this without any problems in accordance with our guidelines on production and casting, we will need to convert some roles.We are glad that fans can enjoy the new voice talent and thank you very much for their departing cast for their contribution to previous seasons. ”

Source: Press information

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