Chainsaw Man Episode 10’s dub is almost here. Episode 9 ended on a cliffhanger with at least one character dead but likely more. It’s been a long wait since some surprising revelations last week, so you’ll definitely want to stream the dub as soon as it’s online. Here are all the details on where you can go to watch Chainsaw Man’s Episode 10 dub online.
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Watch the Chainsaw Man Episode 10 English Dub Online
Chainsaw Man Episode 10’s English dub will be available on Tuesday, December 27 starting at 12:30 p.m. Pacific, or 1:30 p.m. Mountain/2:30 p.m. Central/3:30 p.m. Eastern if you live in the U.S.
Crunchyroll is your best choice for streaming the dub just as soon as it’s available. It won’t be added to Hulu until sometime after the season ends, and it won’t be added to Funimation’s library at all.
To stream the Chainsaw Man Episode 10’s English dub on Crunchyroll: Click here to go to Crunchyroll’s Chainsaw Man page. Change the dropdown menu to “Chainsaw Man S1 – English Dub” so you’re seeing the dubs and not the subs, which are two weeks ahead of the dubs. (The main page will take you to the subs first.) Other dropdown menus will show options for watching dubs in other languages.
The new dub will be added at that page as soon as it’s available.
To watch the new dub for free, Crunchyroll has a brief free trial for new users. You can find the free trial options here. They include 14-day trials for Fan, Mega Fan, and Ultimate Fan accounts. All three include no ads. But you can only use them with an email that’s never subscribed or used a free trial.
How to Watch Chainsaw Man Episode 10’s Dub on Amazon
You can also watch the dub for Chainsaw Man Episode 10 on Amazon Prime if you’re in the U.S. It won’t be added right when it’s on Crunchyroll, but it will be added sometime between the same day to less than a week later.
Amazon Prime’s English dubs for Chainsaw Man are here. For some reason, Episodes 6, 2, and 3 don’t include subtitles or audio languages on the listing, and we’re not sure why. But if you prefer Amazon Prime, then Episode 10’s dub should be added here before too long. You can also purchase the entire season at that same link, and you’ll be automatically notified when the new episodes are dropped with a TV Season Pass.
Chainsaw Man Episodes 1 through 11 are also available in non-dub form on Amazon Prime, but those are the Japanese versions. The main webpage there says subtitles aren’t available for those.
Episode 9 Recap
There are spoilers below for Episode 9. For a full review, see our article here.
The episode picked up right where the show left off last week — with Himeno sacrificing herself to try to save Aki’s life. Her sacrifice was cut short by the Snake Devil, who stopped her from killing Katana Man by eating the Ghost Devil. We didn’t see Himeno die, but her body is gone.
There’s an interesting scene where the Ghost Devil’s hand is still “alive” and manages to sneak over to Denji and pull his chainsaw, powering him back up so he can fight. Does that mean Himeno’s still alive in some form?
For the first time, Denji faced off in battle against one of his own kind. I’m calling him Katana Man since we don’t know his real name. Through most of the battle, they were equally matched, until Katana Man used his secret weapon: his ability to move so fast that no one can track him. He was able to slice Denji in half this way.
Kobeni survives the attack on Division 4, and is able to fight off the blonde and Katana Man since they’re both weakened from Makima’s attack. She’s a sharpshooter extraordinaire, along with being super fast.
The episode ends with Kobeni protecting Denji, who’s still cut in half, and Makima returning to Tokyo to assess the damage. Aki is still severely wounded, and Power has disappeared. It’s anyone’s guess what will happen next.
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