Exclusively: Crunchyroll reveals the English dub clip to the anime chainsaw man

On Tuesday, Crunchyroll provided an exclusive Ann English Dub clip for the television anime manga Chainsaw Man Tatsuki Fujimoto.The clip shows the moment when Denji meets Pobita, and contains Ciarán Strange (Sketchy, Fennec Fox in SK8 The Infinity) as the English voice of young Denji.

The English anime cast includes:

Mike McFarland directs the English Dub.

Chainsaw Man will also get the Spanish Latin American, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German and Russian dubbing.

Anime premiered on TV Tokyo and five other related channels, as well as in Amazon Prime Video on October 11.Crunchyroll transmits anime in over 200 countries and territories around the world.Crunchyroll showed the American premiere at New York Comic Con on October 7.The company debuted at this event with English Dub before issuing with subtitles.

Crunchyroll describes this story:

Denji is a teenager living with a devil of a mechanical saw named Zagita.Due to the debt left by his father, he led his life downstairs, paying his debt, collecting the corpse of devils with a pit.

One day Denji is betrayed and killed.When his consciousness disappears, he concludes a contract with Pobita and is resurrected as “a man of chain saw” – a man with a devil’s heart.

Ryū Nakayama (black clover, director of the jujutsu kaisen episode) directs anime on mappa, and Hiroshi Seko (Ajin, Attack on Titan The Final Season) writes scenarios.Kazutaka Sugiyama (Mushoku Tersei: Jobless reincarnation) designs characters, and Tatsuya Yoshihara (Black Clover, Monster Musume: Everyday life with monster girls) manages the action.Makoto was ordered (Darling in Franxx, Little Witch Acadekaren) is the main technical director.Kiyotaka Oshyama (Devilman Crybaby, Space Dandy) designs devils, and Yūsuke Takeda (Eden East, Vinland Saga) directs art.Naomi Naomi is a colorful artist, and Yohei Miyahara designs screens.Kensuke Ushio (Devilman Crybaby, Liz and the Blue Bird, and Silent Voice) composes music.

Kenshi Yonezu performs the leading song “Kick Back”.Anime will have 12 final songs, one for each episode.

Photo © Tatsuki Fujimoto/Shueisha, Mappa

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