One Piece's English Dub Is Coming to Crunchyroll Very Soon


(Photo: Toei Animation)

Exciting news for One Piece fans! The long-awaited arrival of the English dub of One Piece is finally happening on Crunchyroll, inviting even more fans to embark on the epic anime adventure. After a significant hiatus, the return of the One Piece dub crew has been a major announcement in recent years. The team has been making remarkable progress, with Episode 1000 of the One Piece dub even premiering during a special event at Anime Expo.


Now, fans will have easier access to watch and catch up with the series as the One Piece English dub is set to debut on Crunchyroll in just a couple of days. Following the premiere of Episode 1000 at Anime Expo, Crunchyroll surprised fans by announcing that the English dub of One Piece will begin streaming on their platform starting July 5th. The release will occur in scheduled batches across the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. Excitingly, Episodes 1-964 of the English dub will be immediately available, along with the recently released Episodes 965-964 from Season 14, Voyage 7, which will be streaming for the first time. This means that fans of the dub will be fully caught up with the latest releases.








How to Watch One Piece's English Dub

Great news for fans of the One Piece English dub! Going forward, new episodes of the English dub will be regularly released on Crunchyroll as they are produced, ensuring a continuous stream of content to look forward to. The prospect of ongoing English dub releases adds even more excitement for fans. To highlight the remarkable effort behind the One Piece English dub, here's a breakdown of the main cast for the episodes released so far:


• Colleen Clinkenbeard Carroll as Monkey D. Luffy

• Christopher R. Sabat as Roronoa Zoro

• Luci Christian as Nami

• Sonny Strait as Usopp

• Eric Vale as Sanji

• Brina Palencia as Tony Tony Chopper

• Stephanie Young as Nico Robin

• Ian Sinclair as Brook

• Patrick Seitz as Franky

• Matthew Mercer as Trafalgar D. Water Law

• David Sobolov as Kaido

• Robbie Daymond as Kozuki Oden

• Michelle Rojas as Yamato







When it comes to what viewers can expect from the series, Crunchyroll tantalizes fans with the following description of the One Piece anime: "Monkey D. Luffy refuses to let anyone or anything stand in the way of his quest to become the king of all pirates. With a course charted for the treacherous waters of the Grand Line and beyond, this is one captain who'll never give up until he's claimed the greatest treasure on Earth: the Legendary One Piece!" You can currently find all 1000 plus episodes of the Japanese language version of One Piece, with English subtitles, are available for streaming on Crunchyroll!

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