What day and time will Chainsaw Man episode 2 be available for simulcast streaming on Crunchyroll after a stellar premiere?
With titles like Spy x Family, Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War, My Hero Academia, Mob Psycho 100, Blue Lock, and now Chainsaw Man, the Fall 2022 anime airing schedule is without a doubt the finest since Winter last year.
Crunchyroll just released the MAPPA-led translation of Tatsuki Fujimoto’s original manga, and social media platforms were quickly flooded with reactions, memes, and hashtags.
What happens to Denji and Pochita next is now in focus. When and where will Chainsaw Man episode 2 be available globally on Crunchyroll?
Where Can I See Episode 2 of Chainsaw Man?
Many places to view the show can be found with a quick google search. The majority of these websites are illegal, therefore visiting them will hurt the anime business. We anticipate that fans will turn to authorized viewing sources instead.
We list all the trustworthy websites where you can watch Chainsaw Man Episode 2 in this section. Please select the one appropriate for your area. Amazon Prime, Ani One, Animax, Bahamut, Bilibili, and more services are available in Asia.
In terms of other locations, Crunchyroll will serve as the primary provider. Even Hulu and Netflix are airing it in a few locations.
Episode 2 Of Chainsaw Man: Release Date And Time
On Tuesday, October 18th, Crunchyroll will stream the second episode of the Chainsaw Man anime series in every country.
The second episode of MAPPA’s new series will debut for simultaneous global streaming at the following foreign times, according to Crunchyroll’s confirmation:
- 9 AM Pacific Time
- 11 a.m. Central Time; 12 p.m. Eastern Time
- 5 PM, British Time
- 6 PM, European Time
- 9:30 p.m. India Time
- 12 a.m., Philippine Time
- 2:30 AM, Australia Central Daylight Time
The official Japanese website has not yet published a synopsis of the episode as of this writing, but it will do so in the coming days.
A Short Summary Of Episode 1
The first episode of Chainsaw Man showed a young man named Denji and Pochita residing in an abandoned shelter. Denji, who is struggling to pay off a debt of 38 million yen, has taken on different odd jobs and even “donated” parts of his body to make some additional income.
Denji quickly engages a crimson squid-like demon with several eyes and a vertical mouth, and the opening credits begin to roll. Out of all of his means of income, devil hunting pays the highest at about 300,000 Yen.
Denji is exposed to working for the Yakuza, hunting devils for basically nothing. Despite his abhorrent poverty, he hopes for a better future for Pochita and himself, including a romantic relationship.
Then, we learn how Denji and Pochita initially met. Benji’s father left him a sizable Yakuza debt when he passed away when he was a little boy, which he has been repaying ever since his funeral.
While his father was still alive and close, Denji encountered an injured Pochita, and after offering some of his blood to help the cute Chainsaw Devil heal, the two forged a friendship/contract.
Back in the present, the Yazkuza have persuaded Denji to enter a closed-down factory on the pretense that a devil is hiding inside.
Yes, there is, but it turns out to be the Zombie Devil, with whom the Yakuza has a contract for demonic strength.
Chainsaw Man is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tatsuki Fujimoto.
The plot of Chainsaw Man centres on Denji, a poor young man who enters into a deal to have his body fused with that of a canine devil named Pochita, giving him the power to turn specific body parts into chainsaws.
Episode 2 of Chainsaw Man will air on October 18, 2022. The local release timing will change based on where in the world you are.
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