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One Piece (Dub) Episode 155

Afterthoughts: Well this episode was awesome. The sequence of Luffy and Robin saving Usopp was cool, the whole thing was Gonfall was both hilarious and informative, and the old woman was very interesting.

One Piece (Dub) Episode 155


Aftrethoughts: Okay, Skypiea just seems a little too good. Also is it literally a deity who lives on that island or just a metaphor?(Don't actually tell me if it's not shown next episode) But I really liked this episode. Even though it makes no sense, there's at least a nonsense explanation for the nonsense. It's a lot better than no explanation. (And Laura Bailey as Ponis is awesome!)

Afterthoughts: I... don't think I understood what was happening. Maybe I wasn't supposed to either. From what I can guess, Eneru is just some guy, an those 6 people are his henchmen? But the episode itself was good, but the plot of the white berets trying to get them doesn't seem that interesting. Especially when they just introduced a "god" plotline.

When is the next bundle of Boruto episodes coming out in Dub? I think that the last bundle ended at episode 155. It's already been over 4 months and no new Dub episodes. The One Piece Dub episode bundle is much faster, it's about 2 - 3 months for each bundle. The Boruto bundle is so inconsistent; it's from 2- 4 months, I think the longest wait was 5 months or longer.

Also, why are Boruto and One Piece Dub episodes being released like this? Naruto Shippuden did this as well, but now Naruto Shippuden is over. Naruto Shippuden and One Piece Dub episodes were released as normal, one episode per week, just as the Sub. Why did they change it to 13 episodes every few months? Is it because of piracy, because Sub episodes are pirated far more than Dub episodes.

Anyways, my initial question was when are the next bundle of Boruto episodes coming in Dub (after episode 155)? If you don't like Dub, or just a Dub hater, then please don't answer if you aren't going to take my question seriously.

The controversy surrounding Boruto's English dub begins with its initial distribution by Adult Swim, which released the first 52 episodes on Toonami before dropping the series from the programming block. Although the Boruto dub began with a reasonable 50-ish episode gap between its subbed counterpart, after being forced to restart the release via VIZ Media's home-release schedule and a COVID-19 delay, the dub was sluggish.

As of now, the Boruto English dub has released up through episode 189 via the aforementioned VIZ system's box set collections. Dubbed Boruto box sets usually contain thirteen episodes per collection and cost around $45-$50 per box set. Fortunately, online streaming platforms have finally started to pick up the pace and catch up on releasing English dubbed episodes. At this time it is difficult to assess when more Boruto will be dubbed, if any in 2022.

Despite the steady release of dubbed Boruto episodes from VIZ -- currently up to "The Vessel" arc of the story -- many fans are finding it difficult to stream the dubbed episodes, even with paid streaming services. Often legitimate platforms offer only so many episodes of the dub, causing some to mistakenly believe production has ceased entirely. However, the culprit is often licensing issues.

One legitimate platform that seems to have disappointed fans of the Boruto dub in the past is Disney-controlled Hulu. Hulu originally garnered a slew of complaints regarding its lackluster release of the English dub. Since its announcement in January 2021, Hulu has finally begun catching up to the demand. To date Hulu has released dubbed episodes up through 155, "Mitsuki's Rainy Day".

Many Funimation subscribers across international markets have fared worse, as there have been unilateral reports of the addition, and subsequent removal, of some licensed Boruto episodes. What's certain Due to the acquisition of Madman, Funimation eliminated the previous platform, AnimeLab, and is now offering only sporadic dub episodes from the full catalog or, in some regions, none at all.

At present, there are 189 of the 274 current episodes of Boruto's dub released via box set. Only 155 dubbed episodes are presently available on Hulu. This means that English-preferring audiences who prefer to stream will have to wait to catch up on over 120 un-dubbed episodes that have been released to date.

The twentieth season of the One Piece anime series was produced by Toei Animation, directed by Tatsuya Nagamine and Satoshi Ito. The season began broadcasting in Japan on Fuji Television on July 7, 2019. On April 19, 2020, Toei Animation announced that the series would be delayed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.[1][2] They later scheduled the series' return for June 28, 2020, resuming from episode 930.[3] On March 10, 2022, it was announced that the series would be delayed until further notice due to Toei Animation's network being hacked on March 6, 2022.[4] On April 5, 2022, it was announced that the series would return on April 17, 2022, with the airing of episode 1014.[5] 041b061a72


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