One Piece English Dub Debuts on Crunchyroll July 5

Enjoy new English-dubbed episodes of Once Piece on Crunchyroll right now.
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Fans of the English dub of the iconic, smash-hit anime series, One Piece, are in luck because new English-dubbed episodes of the iconic series are now available on Crunchyroll starting today. The new dubbed episodes are now available hot off the heels of the premiere of the highly-anticipated 1,000th English dubbed episode of the series earlier this week at the Anime Expo.



Crunchyroll debuted the English-dubbed version of episode 1,000 of the series during the Crunchyroll industry panel at AX. New English-dubbed episodes for the anime series will be rolled out in scheduled batches in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.

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Now fans can enjoy English dubs of episodes 965-976 from Season 14 Voyage 7, which will be streaming for the first time. Also arriving today, is the English dub of Episodes 1-964. Crunchyroll will then release new episodes of the English dub regularly moving forward as they are produced.

The English dub of the series first started airing back in 2004. The iconic series made its Japan broadcast debut back in 1999. The show hit its landmark, milestone 1,000th episode earlier in 2021. Here’s the current English dub cast for the series:

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  • Monkey D. Luffy voiced by Colleen Clinkenbeard Carroll
  • Roronoa Zoro voiced by Christopher R. Sabat
  • Nami voiced by Luci Christian
  • Usopp voiced by Sonny Strait
  • Vinsmoke Sanji voiced by Eric Vale
  • Tony Tony Chopper voiced by Brina Palencia
  • Nico Robin voiced by Stephanie Young
  • Brook voiced by Ian Sinclair
  • Franky voiced by Patrick Seitz
  • Trafalgar D. Water Law voiced by Matthew Mercer
  • Kaido voiced by David Sobolov
  • Kozuki Oden voiced by Robbie Daymond
  • Yamato voiced by Michelle Rojas

The global phenomenon anime series is based on the top-selling manga of the same name created by Eiichiro Oda. The story follows Captain Monkey D. Luffy of the Straw Hat Pirates. Together, they set sail on the Grand Line in search of the legendary treasure called the “One Piece.” The “One Piece” is the treasure of the former King of the Pirates, Gol D. Roger.


The latest film installment of the franchise One Piece Film Red was a smash hit, grossing $187 million worldwide, with $12 million in US ticket sales. The franchise now encompasses home video media, video games, and an expanding catalog of licensed merchandise, including accessories, toys, novelties, furniture, housewares, and apparel.

Besides the anime series, a new live-action, English-language series based on the franchise is also currently in the works. The series is set to launch its first season on Netflix on August 21. The first trailer of the series has already been released, and the reaction appears positive so far.

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The One Piece franchise appears to be enjoying unprecedented popularity at the moment. The manga and anime series have been running strong for over 20 years, and now they are more popular than ever across the globe. Fans can start streaming episodes of the original anime series, both English-dubbed and with English subtitles, now on Crunchyroll.

What do you think of the news? Will you be checking out new English dubbed episodes of One Piece? Are you excited about watching the 1,0000th episode with the English dub for the first time? Let us know what you think about the news on The Illuminerdi’s Twitter account.

SOURCE: Crunchyroll

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Jeff Harris

Jeff Harris

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