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Funimation Goes Behind The Scenes On New Dubbed ‘One Piece’ Anime Episodes

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It took a few years things have been moving forward recently with Funimation able to start rolling out more dubbed One Piece. They recently announced a June 2nd, 2020 debut for episodes 575 through 587 dubbed, which will be available only there for streaming and now they’ve put out a really fun behind the scenes piece. It clocks in at about seven minutes and talks with some of the actors and directors about it, the process, the things they like, and some of the difficulties that come from it.

And don’t forget, they’ve announced that on May 22nd, 2020, they’ll be streaming the One Piece: Stampede film onto the service for a limited time – 60 days.

Funimation also recently began bringing out a good chunk of episodes for purchase through Microsoft and Amazon digital storefronts! Season 10 includes episodes 575 through 687, which gets us into the Punk Hazard arc. Episodes are available as a season for $21.99 and bonus extras for $2.99.

The home video release is set for a June 9th, 2020 debut.

Crunchyroll streams the series in the USA, Canada, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and Latin America. Funimation streams it to the USA and Canada.

Series Premise: The Straw Hats help a tiny stowaway, but the mission turns into an all-out brawl of gigantic proportions! Then, when a distress signal draws half the crew to an island engulfed in flames, Luffy comes across the walking, talking, bottom half of a samurai. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang gets caught in a lab, but their escape is foiled when they stumble upon a room full of quarantined children.

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