Mashle: Magic and Muscles will premiere the English Dub of the anime on Crunchyroll tomorrow. The latest release brings a humorous twist on a magic-focus world as one man is born with insane strength instead of magic.
Also, the full cast of the English Dub was revealed for the upcoming anime series, which has already aired 6 episodes for the Japanese Dub on the same platform. Fans of English Dubs will be able to enjoy the adventures of Mash as the Creampuff-loving, muscle-brain finds a way to become a Divine Visionary.
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The original Japanese version of Mashle: Magic and Muscles was released with English subtitles as part of the Spring season lineup this year on Crunchyroll. The first episode aired on April 7 and featured Mash as the only human without magic.
However, his entire existence defies the laws of the magic world as he also possesses impossible super strength, which grants him an unexpected advantage. The anime also features the opening song “Knock Out” by Taiiku Okazaki and the incredibly catchy ending theme “Shuu Cream Funk” by Philosophy No Dance.
Mashle: Magic and Muscles English Dub Premieres Tomorrow
The English dub of Mashle: Magic and Muscles will begin streaming weekly on Crunchyroll starting tomorrow, Friday, May 26, which was officially announced at Anime Central 2023 during Aniplex’s panel on Saturday, May 20 in Chicago. Aleks Le was announced as the English voice of Mash Burnedead for the upcoming English dub of the anime along with cast members including Brian Anderson, Stephen Fu, Ben Diskin, and Anjali Kunapaneni.
Fans attending Anime Central were also treated to an early premiere of the first episode of the English dub, but the premiere will finally be released for all to enjoy.
English voice cast and characters:
Aleks Le (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba; VINLAND SAGA) as Mash Burnedead, a rare young man who cannot use magic. Although he crushes all types of magic with his well-trained muscles, he lacks common sense and tends to do as he pleases. He loves cream puffs.
Brian Anderson (Ascendance of a Bookworm) as Finn Ames, Mash’s dorm roommate. He is the straight man (tsukkomi) of their antics and Mash’s first friend.
Stephen Fu (The Case Study of Vanitas) as Lance Crown, a good-looking young man who ranked first among the transfer exam students. He has considerable magical power and is top of the class in academic performance.
Ben Diskin (The Seven Deadly Sins) as Dot Barrett, an impulsive and noisy young man. He’s the unpopular type with a strong hatred for good-looking guys.
Anjali Kunapaneni (Fena: Pirate Princess) as Lemon Irvine, has had a crush on Mash since he helped her during the transfer exams. She’s imaginative, to say the least.
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Here is an official synopsis for the hit anime series:
This is a world of magic. This is a world in which magic is casually used by everyone. In a deep, dark forest in this world of magic, there is a boy who is single-mindedly working out. His name is Mash Burnedead, and he has a secret. He can’t use magic. All he wanted was to live a quiet life with his family, but people suddenly start trying to kill him one day and he somehow finds himself enrolled in Magic School. There, he sets his sights on becoming a “Divine Visionary,” the elite of the elite. Will his ripped muscles work against the best and brightest of the wizarding world? The curtain rises on this off-kilter magical fantasy in which the power of being jacked crushes any spell!
This new anime series is one of the greatest new comedy series available on Crunchyroll, which provides laughs at every turn. The series has a similar essence that combines Black Clover with the Wizarding World franchise, so fans who love both should definitely check out this latest title.
Mash finding physically impossible ways to recreate magic effects adds an overwhelmingly hilarious moment for each episode, especially with his unnatural obsession with Puff pastries thrown into the mix. This is an anime you’re going to love, plus includes a catchy ending tune that will never stop playing in your mind.
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Mashle: Magic and Muscles English Dub will begin streaming tomorrow (May 26) at 12:30 PM PT (20:30 PM BST). Crunchyroll will be releasing episodes of the series weekly as part of the anime streaming schedule.
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SOURCE: Official Website
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