Mashle: Magic and Muscles – Where to Watch in Asia, North America, Europe, and More

Mashle: Magic and Muscles is the next Shonen Jump manga to get the anime treatment, and here's where you can watch it.

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Mashle: Magic and Muscles is the next Shonen Jump manga to get the anime treatment, and here’s where you can watch it!

While there are lots of serious and exciting shows this season such as Hell’s Paradise and Heavenly Delusion, for those who want something light and filled with laughs, Mashle is definitely one to add to the watch list.

After all, this action-comedy series is best described as Harry Potter meets One-Punch Man!

Where to Watch the Mashle anime in Asia

Similar to many big anime of the season, the Southeast Asia license for Mashle is held by Medialink. This means the show is streaming every week on the Ani-One YouTube channel. Though take note that an Ani-One Asia ULTRA subscription is required to get access.

Aside from Ani-One, fans can watch new Mashle episodes every week on Prime Video in the Philippines and other Southeast Asian countries. We can confirm that the series is indeed available in the Philippines, though Prime Video availability in other regions will vary.

Where to Stream Mashle: Magic and Muscles in the West

As for fans outside Asia Pacific, most of them will be able to watch Mashle: Magic and Muscles on Crunchyroll. Given that Mashle is produced by Aniplex, it’s no surprise that the anime has a Crunchyroll release. After all, both Aniplex and Crunchyroll are under the Sony Group.

To be specific, Mashle is available on Crunchyroll in the following regions: North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS.

Mashle is an anime series by A-1 Pictures that’s based on the manga of the same name that is currently serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump. This action-packed and hilarious series follows Mash, a teenage boy who lives in a world of magic, though he has no magical abilities whatsoever. Instead, he is incredibly strong.

The series’ premise is described as (via Viz Media):

Mash just wants to live in peace with his father in the forest. But the only way he’ll ever be accepted in the magic realm is by attending magic school and becoming a Divine Visionary—an exceptional student revered as one the chosen. But without an ounce of magic to his name, Mash will have to punch his way to the top spot.

For anime fans who want even more laughs, another anime to add to the watch list is KonoSuba: An Explosion on This Wonderful World, and here’s where you can stream it.