Dragon Ball Z Kai (TV)
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In the original Dragon Ball Z - Dende was voiced by Hiro Yuuki - who also voiced Omi Tsukiyono in Weis Kreuz. In Dragon Ball Kai - Dende is voiced by Hirano Aya - Suzumiya Haruhi and Konata respectively in Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsuu and Lucky Star
The first Dragon Ball related anime to not include Brice Armstrong, Meredith McCoy, Monika Antonelli, Phillip Wilburn, Stephanie Nadolny and Tiffany Vollmer in the English dub.
Even though she inherited the roles of Puar and Chiaotzu in the games, this is Brina Palencia's first time being involved in a Dragon Ball related anime.
Bill Jenkins, Bryan Massey, Charles Campbell, Chris Ayres, Greg Ayres, Josh Grelle, Kaytha Coker, Mark Orvik, Mark Stoddard, Maxey Whitehead, Monica Passley, John Swasey, Samantha Inoue-Harte and Viktor Walker's first involvement in a Dragon Ball anime.
This marks the first time that Chris Cason has done the voice of Mr. Popo in an English Dragon Ball dub since the the Frieza Saga episodes of Dragon Ball Z back in 1999.
Dameon Clarke's first anime involvement in 4 years.
This marks the first time Frieza has been voiced by a man in an English dub since the arcade game DragonBall GT Final Bout.
Much like Brina Palencia, Todd Haberkorn had already done voice work for the Dragon Ball video games taking over the role of Android 19 beginning with 2009's Dragon Ball: Raging Blast, however, this is the first time he has actually been involved in a Dragon Ball anime.
Before Dameon Clarke was officially annouced to repraise his role as Cell, Travis Willingham was going to do the voice of the character as he did for the previous video game adaptions.
Daisuke Gouri's final role in a Dragon Ball related anime.
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