Dragonball Super Dub Premieres

The wait is finally over, Dragonball dub fans. The long-awaited dub of Dragonball Super has finally premiered on Cartoon Network’s Toonami block. This, of course, carries significance. After all, most fans first viewed Dragonball Z on the original Toonami block back in the 90s. Many fans have most likely already viewed Super when the show came out in its original Japanese. I for one, constantly find myself watching many anime subbed. But for Dragonball, it is a different matter entirely.

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#AnimeSunday: Dragon Ball Super is Mostly for Nostalgia for Now

[Spoiler alter] But only if you haven’t seen Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods

As fans are likely well aware, the famous anime Dragon Ball is back with a new series now called Dragon Ball Super. The show is pure nostalgia from start to finish every episode. The intro theme alone practically screams “WE’RE BACK!” And while they are back and it’s amazing, the show has yet to show much new if you’re someone who’s kept up with the most recent Dragon Ball Z movies.

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#AnimeSunday: The Best of Cell’s Tournament

Cell’s tournament was broadcasted to the world inviting the best of the best fighters to come and face him. Cell decided to be the only one anyone would have to fight in order to prove that he is the strongest and could continue on with his plan of taking over the world. The tournament is nothing but a stepping stone in this plan, and it serves the purpose of both insinuating fear into the masses and eliminating the competition, for more details read more!Read more#AnimeSunday: The Best of Cell’s Tournament

18 Years Of Anticipation – New Dragon Ball Z Anime Series Coming In July

Well this is a whopper of an announcement.

The last couple years have been something of a rebirth for the Dragon Ball franchise with two new movies and the successful online game, Dragon Ball Xenoverse. Now to top all of these developments comes something that Dragon Ball Z fans have been dreaming of for a LONG time. Anime News Network reports that Toei Animation has announced that Akira Toriyama will be penning a brand new DBZ series called Dragon Ball Super (Japanese) which will take place after the events of the Buu saga and before the non-canonical Dragon Ball GT.

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