The cartoon version of Mashle has finally come out, and the fourth episode will be out soon. Here is where fans can see the show, when, and what they can expect.
Soon, episode four of Mashle: Magic and Muscles will be out, and fans worldwide will be able to watch it at the same time as Japan or later by streaming.
The first season of Mashle, an anime based on the novel by Hajime Komoto that was published in Weekly Shonen Jump, has just started, and fans outside of Japan only have one way to watch it.
Mashle Episode 4 Release Date and Where to Watch?
On Crunchyroll, the fourth episode of Mashle: Magic and Muscles will be shown. At the moment, you can only watch the first season of the show in its original Japanese language with English subtitles. “Mash Burnedead and the Challenging Magic User,” the fourth episode, will come out on Friday, April 28.
It airs in Japan on Friday at midnight on Tokyo MX. Crunchyroll will show it at the same time as Japan an hour and a half later, at 9:30 a.m. Pacific Time, which is 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time.
At 5:30 PM British Summer Time, fans in the UK will be able to watch the show. Subscribers to Crunchyroll will be able to watch the show as soon as it’s ready.
Mashle Episode 3 Ending: Magic And Muscles?
Mash started to get used to life at Easton Magic Academy in the third episode, “Mash Burnedead and the Baleful Bully.” During class, Mash gets Lloyd’s attention. Lloyd is a bully who picks on his weaker classmates by using his father’s job at the Bureau of Magic and his relationship with Easton’s Vice Principal.
Mash lets Lloyd pick on him at first, but when he sees Lloyd beating up his friend Flinn, he reacts furiously. When Vice Principal Farman steps in to protect Lloyd, Mash buries him in the ground with his ridiculous strength, which makes the Bureau ask for him to be kicked out of school.
But Easton’s principal Wahlberg doesn’t care and tells Mash to go with his gut and fight evil in the magical world while trying to become a Divine Emissary. Mash is forced to join Adler House’s Duelo team at the end of the show, even though he can’t even make his broom fly. Duelo is a joke about Quidditch.