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Dragon Ball Super to Premiere on Toonami in January

posted on 2016-12-07 14:12 EST
Funimation's English dub to air beginning on January 7

Toei Animation, Funimation Entertainment, and Adult Swim announced on Wednesday that Funimation's English dub of Dragon Ball Super will air on Adult Swim's Toonami block. The first season will premiere on January 7, 2017 at 8:00 p.m. EST and 11:30 p.m. EST. Funimation also launched an official website and streamed a new dubbed clip:

The 26 episodes of the first season — which encompass the storylines of the Dragon Ball Z Battle of Gods and Dragon Ball Z Resurrection 'F' films — are scheduled to follow.

The cast includes:

  • Sean Schemmel as Goku
  • Christopher R. Sabat as Vegeta
  • Jason Douglas as Beerus
  • Ian Sinclair as Whis
  • Sonny Strait as Krillin
  • Kyle Hebert as Gohan
  • Monica Rial as Bulma
  • Christopher R. Sabat as Piccolo
  • Alexis Tipton as Trunks
  • Doc Morgan as Narrator
  • Kara Edwards as Goten
  • Cynthia Cranz as Chi-Chi
  • Meredith McCoy as Android 18
  • Chris Rager as Mr. Satan
  • Josh Martin as Buu
  • Sean Schemmel as King Kai
  • Christopher R. Sabat as Shenron
  • Kara Edwards as Videl
  • Christopher R. Sabat as Yamcha
  • John Burgmeier as Tien
  • Chris Cason as Shou
  • Mike McFarland as Roshi
  • Brina Palencia as Puar
  • Chuck Huber as Pilaf
  • Kyle Hebert as Ox-King
  • Brad Jackson as Oolong
  • Tia Ballard as Marron
  • Kent Williams as Kibito Kai
  • Kent Williams as Elder Kai
  • Justin Cook as Dende
  • Brina Palencia as Chiaotzu
  • Colleen Clinkenbeard as Mai

The FunimationNow, Crunchyroll, Daisuki, and AnimeLab streaming platforms are all simulcasting the series with English subtitles.

Dragon Ball Super premiered in Japan in July 2015 on Fuji TV and other channels. Toonami Asia will premiere the series in Southeast Asia and India on January 21 with a different English dub produced by Bang Zoom! Entertainment. Toei Animation announced last month that the anime will begin airing in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa between fall and winter.

Thanks to Nick Reichling for the news tip.


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