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How to Watch Chainsaw Man’s Episode 4 Dub Online

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It’s almost time for the Chainsaw Man Episode 4 dub to be released. After how great Episode 3 was, you’re no doubt ready to watch the next episode as soon as it drops. Here are all the details on where you can watch Chainsaw Man’s Episode 4 dub in English online.

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Streaming Chainsaw Man Episode 4’s Dub Online

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The Chainsaw Man Episode 4 dub drops on Tuesday, November 15 at 12:30 p.m. Pacific. In other time zones, this is 1:30 p.m. Mountain/2:30 p.m. Central/3:30 p.m. Eastern. Crunchyroll confirmed with Post Apocalyptic Media that this time should remain the same, even after the time change a couple of weeks ago. 

There is only one platform that will drop the dub as soon as it’s available: Crunchyroll. 

To watch the Chainsaw Man Episode 4 dub on Crunchyroll: Click here to go to Crunchyroll’s Chainsaw Man page. Scroll down and you should see S1. Change the dropdown menu to “Chainsaw Man S1 – English Dub.” The dub will be added to this page once it’s available. (Dubs in other languages are also available.) 

Crunchyroll has free trials if you’ve never used a free trial before. You can find the free trial options here. They include 14-day free trials for Fan, Mega Fan, and Ultimate Fan accounts. All three include no ads.

No, the dubs aren’t available yet on Hulu and likely won’t be added until after all the English dubs have been released on Crunchyroll. They also aren’t being added to Funimation either, which is eventually merging with Crunchyroll. 

Watching the English Dubs on Amazon

Amazon Prime is also receiving the English dubs, but they are delayed and aren’t dropping as soon as they are on Crunchyroll. 

Amazon Prime appears to have an English dub for Episode 1 available here. (English is listed under audio languages, and English is also listed under subtitles.) It looks like Episodes 2 and 3 have also been added, but it’s not clear if these are only in Japanese, with subs and dubs being added later. Neither episode lists a sub or audio language option like Episode 1 does. If they don’t have the dubs yet, it appears they’ll be adding the dubs soon. 

Chainsaw Man Episodes 1 through 5 are also available in non-dub form on Amazon Prime, but those are just the Japanese versions. 

Episode 3 Recap

You can check out our full review of Episode 3 here, but a briefer recap is below. 

There are spoilers below for Episode 3. 

When the episode starts, Makima is concerned because Power killed a civilian hunter’s devil and might be considered “guilty of obstructing their business.” She later faces the Public Safety board, who reminds her not to get too close to these “hounds.” But she sees potential in both Power and Denji — especially because Devils get their power from how much they’re feared, and chainsaws tend to be really feared. 

In a funny later scene, Denji agrees to help Power rescue her cat, Meowy, in exchange for touching her boobs. This episode had a lot of lighthearted moments, which really made those tougher, sadder moments hit that much harder. Like the flashback of Pochita crying when Denji couldn’t find him, knowing that only Pochita’s heart is still alive. Or the flashback of Meowy bonding with Power, and then cutting to the Bat Devil eating Meowy. Then Power basically sacrificed herself (maybe to try to save her cat?)

The battle between the Bat Devil and Denji was epic, but we were left not knowing Power and Meowy’s fates. 

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    Stephanie Dwilson started Post Apocalyptic Media with her husband Derek. She's a licensed attorney and has a master's in science and technology journalism. You can reach her at [email protected].

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