Thursday, December 8, 2016

Dragon Ball Super Dub Hits Toonami Jan 7

An early gift for the DBZ or should we write DBS fan as Dragon Ball Super will finally start punching out dubbed episodes that take away the annoying girl voice of Goku from Japan with our own man-child Goku voice. Dragon Ball Super, the newest animated series started back in 2014 in Japan, was recently legally subbed and now finally will be dubbed from the cast of the recent Funimation dub films.

Toonami starts showing episodes Jan 7,  8 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. ET, same episode twice. So we already have enough episodes done in Japan that we have a year's worth of content and more for every Saturday in 2017.

The new series has had some hiccups though. If you've seen the most recent film, supposedly does the whole film over again? No idea why, maybe just some issues with writing scripts with Akira Toriyama, the original creator of Dragon Ball. It says he's a part of the new series, but it's hard to define what he's doing as these episodes are coming out before any manga he creates.

Anyway, it just feels good to have all that yelling and hopefully Toonami bumpers to remind us of all the yelling.