Crunchyroll Rolls Out English Dub of ‘Dragon Ball Super’

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Crunchyroll just rolled out the English dub of ‘Dragon Ball Super!’ You can start watching at 1:00 PM PST today. It’s a treat for those of us who’ve been waiting to enjoy the series with English voiceovers.

The cool part is, the dub brings back familiar voices from the classic ‘Dragon Ball’ series. Sean Schemmel is voicing Goku again, and Christopher R. Sabat takes on both Piccolo and Vegeta. Plus, we’ve got some fresh voices like Matthew Mercer as Hit and David Gray as Zamasu.

And there’s more to the voice cast. We’re talking Kyle Hebert as Gohan, Christopher Ayres as Frieza, and Monica Rial stepping into Bulma’s shoes. Not to forget, Jason Douglas as Beerus and Patrick Seitz lending his voice to Jiren. The list goes on with talents like Sonny Strait as Krillin and Eric Vale as Future Trunks.

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For those new to ‘Dragon Ball Super,’ it’s the latest story from Akira Toriyama, set after Majin Buu’s defeat. Our heroes are living ordinary lives, with Goku now a radish farmer. But things never stay quiet for long. The God of Destruction, Beerus, is on the prowl for the Saiyan God, leading him to Earth. It’s up to Goku and friends to face this new challenge.

The series spanned from July 2015 to March 2018, with 131 episodes under its belt. It kicked off with the ‘Battle of Gods’ and the ‘Resurrection ‘F’ ‘arcs, making a solid start.

Besides Crunchyroll, ‘Dragon Ball Super’ has been available in various forms and places. Funimation got the rights back in 2016, airing it on Adult Swim and Toonami. It even reached audiences in Southeast Asia, India, Australia, and the UK, each with its unique dubs and broadcasts.

So, if you’re in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, or South Africa, you’re in luck. Head over to Crunchyroll and start your Dragon Ball Super English dub marathon. More regions are set to follow, so keep an eye out. It’s time to see Goku and the gang in action once again, and I’m all for it!

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