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Dragon Ball Super

Dragon Ball SuperドラゴンボールスーパーDoragon Bōru Sūpā

Genre Action-Adventure, Comedy, Science Fantasy, Martial Arts, Bangsian Fantasy
Anime series: Dragon Ball Super
Directed by

Kimitoshi Chioka (#1-46)
Morio Hatano (#28-76)
Kōhei Hatano (#47-76)
Tatsuya Nagamine (#77-131)
Ryōta Nakamura (#77-131)


Toei Animation

Written by

Yukinori Fukushima
King Ryu
Toshio Yoshitaka
Makoto Koyama

Story by

Akira Toriyama




Fuji Television

Original run

July 5, 2015 — March 25, 2018

No. of episodes


Manga chapters adapted


Streaming Sites
  • Hulu
  • Prime Video
  • Crunchyroll

Dragon Ball Super (ドラゴンボールスーパー Doragon Bōru Sūpā) (commonly abbreviated as DBS) is the fourth anime installment in the Dragon Ball franchise, which ran from July 5th, 2015 to March 25th, 2018.[1][2] It is set between Dragon Ball Z episodes 288 and 289 and is the first Dragon Ball television series featuring a new storyline in 18 years since the final episode of Dragon Ball GT in 1997.

A Dragon Ball Super manga was being produced alongside the anime. The series is developed by Toei, in a similar process to the Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT animes and Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods and Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ films. The series plot takes place after the Kid Buu Saga, in between the ten-year gap towards the 28th World Martial Arts Tournament.


Dragon Ball Super Poster

Dragon Ball Super began airing in Japan on Fuji TV, July 5, 2015.[3] Akira Toriyama alongside Toyotaro handle a manga adaptation released in V-Jump monthly.[4] Kazuya Yoshii performs the opening theme, "Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!!" and the Japanese band Good Morning America (who performed Dragon Ball Kai's ending theme, Dear Zarathustra), performs the ending theme, "Hello Hello Hello".[5][6][7]

Dragon Ball Super's first Japanese set was released December 2, 2015, having a DVD and Blu-ray set consisting of 12 episodes, with two discs each. The second set of Dragon Ball Super was released on March 2, 2016. The third DVD and Blu-ray set of Dragon Ball Super became available on July 2, 2016, ranging from episodes 25 to 36. The DVD sets are 12,096 yen, and the Blu-ray sets 16,416 yen. On September 24, 2016, Dragon Ball Super started airing in Portugal on SIC.[8] On October 20, 2016, building upon their more than 20-year association with the Dragon Ball franchise, Funimation and Toei Animation expanded their partnership and their multi-year agreement that would introduce “Dragon Ball Super” throughout the USA & Canada. In addition, the partnership also covered broadcast and merchandising opportunities for Dragon Ball Super as well. All subtitled episodes of Dragon Ball Super were released on FunimationNow followed by new simulcast episodes. In conjunction with the agreement, production began on an English dub of the “Dragon Ball Super” series. It was announced on December 7, 2016 that the English dub of Super would premiere on Adult Swim's Toonami block on January 7, 2017 at 8pm (7pm central) ET outside the block with a rerun of the episode at 11:30pm (8pm central) ET on the block.[9] On August 22, 2017, Dragon Ball Super started airing in Brazil on Cartoon Network Brazil. In Australia, ABC Me started airing Dragon Ball Super on November 3, 2018 with each episode coming out every Saturday at 2:45 pm. In the United Kingdom, the series aired on Pop from July 1, 2019, with episodes first airing at 7pm on weekdays.


Dragon Ball Super Opening Logo

The series' plot begins showing the aftermath of the Majin Buu Saga, then proceeds to retell and alter the stories of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods and Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ as new story arcs. The next part of Super following this takes place in the Universe 6 with the Dragon Team searching for the Super Dragon Balls.


Akira Toriyama writes the plot outline, and then a team of writers creates the script, expanding, adding, and changing elements from Toriyama's plan as they deem appropriate.[10] They also sometimes decide not to include things from Toriyama's outline (such as Goku Black's Super Saiyan form and Fused Zamasu defusing due to the Potara's time limit).[11][12] The original suggestions for some of the storylines come from the editorial office, then Toriyama writes the outlines.[13] However, Toriyama has seemingly complained about the anime's quality at points.[14]

As the series has progressed Toyotarō has been given more control over the state of Dragon Ball Super, making some additions to the plot overview which have been implemented into both the manga and the anime, such as the appearance of Vegito in the "Future" Trunks Saga,[12] and the designs of some of the Gods of Destruction.

According to Toshio Yoshitaka, an episode takes about 3 weeks to make.[15]

Dragon Ball Super Episode 5 Fixes

The original animation for episode five (left) was widely criticized by viewers and was redrawn for Blu-ray and DVD release (right).

However, the 5th episode received harsh criticism from Japanese and Western audiences due to its poor animation style compared to the previous four episodes. These problems continued at episode 24, and several more episodes onward, until episode 39. Dragon Ball Z Kai and Resurrection ‘F’ producer Norihiro Hayashida felt that the criticism was overblown. He said that people were criticizing the entire series based on a few bad sequences that were done by new animators. He went on to explain a quality decline in the anime industry that he believes is the result of studios cutting time given for post-production and not allowing for reviews of the final product. These scenes were later redrawn for the DVD and Blu-ray releases.


In a peaceful period following the defeat of Kid Buu, Goku continues to attempt to maintain Earth's peace despite being forced by Chi-Chi to get a job as a radish farmer. Gohan and Videl are married while Krillin has become a police officer.[16] The God of Destruction Beerus prophesizes of a Super Saiyan God and upon waking begins a search for the figure. The search leads him to King Kai's planet where he outclasses a Super Saiyan 3 Goku, before turning his eyes to Vegeta on Earth. Beerus enjoyed his time on Earth until he was angered by the ungenerous Majin Buu for not sharing his pudding. The Z Fighters team up to take out Beerus but his power was too much for them.

Before Beerus could destroy the Earth, Goku intervenes and requests for more time to seek out the Super Saiyan God. Goku uses the Dragon Balls to summon Shenron and learns that a ritual is performed to make the Super Saiyan God. After achieving this state, Goku begins another battle with Beerus. In the end result of Beerus winning, Beerus leaves to go back to his planet and sleep. Sorbet and the rest of the Third Stellar Region are failing to find Dragons Balls and their empire starts to crumble by the day so they set out to revive Frieza. After Frieza has been revived, he seeks revenge on Goku and trains for four months. During this time, Goku and Vegeta are being trained by Whis to grow stronger in their base, and Videl gives birth to her and Gohan's daughter, Pan.

Frieza has returned to Earth and brings an army of one thousand soldiers. His army has been defeated by some Z-Fighters. Goku and Vegeta eventually realize Frieza is alive and reach Earth. Goku and Vegeta combat Frieza in his Golden form using Super Saiyan Blue. Frieza destroys the Earth as a last ditch effort to escape the wrath of Vegeta, however, Whis, Beerus, Goku and some few others survive. Whis alters time and sends Goku three minutes into the past to finish off Frieza before he can destroy the Earth. Gohan starts training with Piccolo to get back in fighting shape and protect his loved ones. Additionally, Goku and Vegeta resume their training.

Goku and Vegeta's training is interrupted once again with the arrival of Champa and Vados. It is revealed that there are twelve universes in all, and Goku and Vegeta are from Universe Seven, and Champa is the God of Destruction of Universe 6. Upon being stunned by the delicacies of Earth, Champa and Beerus arranges a Tournament of Destroyers. If Champa wins, he will swap the Earth of Universe 7 with the extinct Earth of his universe. If Beerus wins, he will obtain the six Super Dragon Balls Champa has been secretly collecting throughout the two universes. Team Universe 7, consisting of Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, Majin Buu and the mysterious Monaka face off against Team Universe 6, Frost, Hit, Botamo, Cabba and Auta Magetta. Team Universe 7 wins after Goku surrenders in his final match with Hit, stating that he wants to fight him in full power, prompting Hit to intentionally eliminate himself against the shockingly useless Monaka in the final match. As Champa is about to incur his wrath against his own tournament candidates, Zeno, the King of All Gods, appears and says that he has been observing the event, and hopes to set up a similar tournament, with contestants from all twelve universes. Zeno leaves, and Beerus utilizes the Super Dragon Balls to resurrect Universe 6's planet Earth along with its inhabitants.

After that event, Goku, Vegeta, Goten, Trunks and Monaka are stranded on an outer space adventure, where Goku faces off against Duplicate Vegeta. Some time later, Future Trunks uses his time machine to escape from his dystopian timeline, where Future Bulma and millions have perished from the mysterious threat known as Goku Black, a mysterious but sinister doppelganger of Goku. Arriving in the present, Trunks reunites with the Z Fighters and meets Beerus and Whis. Goku Black invades their timeline to seek Future Trunks, and ends up fighting with Goku. However, a distortion pulls him back to Future Trunks' timeline. Realizing that Black was using a mystical artifact known as the Time Ring, which only belongs to the Supreme Kais, along with Goku, Beerus & Whis travel to Universe 10, to apprehend Gowasu, who has the Time Ring, and his apprentice Zamasu, who possesses identical ki to Black. Zamasu despises all mortals due to their aggressive nature and their inevitable drive to start conflict and wars, which he believes is something that can never be prevented as long as they aren't destroyed. After he is easily defeated by Goku, Zamasu becomes fanatically obsessed with the Universe 7's imprudent warrior, who he realizes, has divine ki, which makes him believe that the power of the mortals are going unchecked.

Zeno summons Goku to his palace, where they meet Grand Minister. Zeno declares that he wants to be Goku's friend and gives him a button that will summon him if needed. Using another time machine, Goku, Vegeta and Future Trunks head into the future and are shocked to see Black with another counterpart of Zamasu. They get defeated and head back to the past. Zamasu's beliefs of mortal extinction is strengthened after he sees more barbaric violence initiated by the mortals in the far future and later the Destroyer's Tournament, which makes him infuriated at the irresponsibility of the other gods, who he believes is not taking their job seriously. He confronts Zuno and forces him to tell him everything about the Super Dragon Balls and Goku. Shin informs of this event to the Z Fighters. Beerus, Goku, Whis & Supreme Kai head to Universe 10 where they witness Zamasu assassinating Gowasu in order to steal the Time Ring. Whis uses his Temporal Do-Over to undo the effect, and Beerus destroys Zamasu. Goku, Vegeta & Future Trunks head back to the future where they see that Goku Black and Zamasu are still present. Black reveals that he is indeed Zamasu. Before Future Trunks created a new timeline by going to the past, in the original timeline, Zamasu still met Goku, assassinated Gowasu, stole his Time Ring, and used the Super Dragon Balls to swap bodies with Goku whose power he lusts over and later kills him and his family. Realizing his own timeline is doomed beyond repair, he uses the Ring to travel to the timeline of Future Trunks and seeks a new ally, this timeline's version of Zamasu. They wreak havoc on multiple planets and universes, killing all gods, and reach to Earth as their final act of genocide, after every other part of the cosmos are wiped out, continuing their Zero Mortals Plan. Also, it is revealed that Future Zamasu used the now-destroyed Super Dragon Balls of their timeline to attain immortality.

Trunks attains a powerful transformation, while a beaten Goku and Vegeta return to the past. Goku learns the Evil Containment Wave so that he can seal Zamasu away while Vegeta trains in the Hyperbolic Time Chamber. They return to the future and later, Gowasu and Supreme Kai joins in to stop the evil acts. After Future Zamasu is driven to a corner, Goku Black decides to utilize their contingency plan, and they fuse to become Fused Zamasu. Goku and Vegeta use Supreme Kai's Potara earrings to fuse and become Vegito, and a ferocious battle ensues. However, because of the time limit and physical constraints caused by the Potara Fusion, Goku and Vegeta defuse.

Future Trunks steps in as Zamasu is being overwhelmed by the imbalance of his spiritual and physical state and uses the energy of Goku, Vegeta and all the living beings in the planet, to slice Zamasu up, he is forced to cast off his physical body. He transcends his physical vessel and his essence and will becomes one with the very cosmos itself. Goku uses Zeno's button which summons Future Zeno, who erases the timeline out of annoyance. The surviving fighters escape to the past. Future Trunks and Goku return to the timeline back again, and they take Future Zeno to the main timeline's Zeno, and they become playmates. A traumatized and devastated Future Trunks and Future Mai decide to live in the new alternate timeline that Whis created after he went to warn Future Beerus about Zamasu and they bid a heartful final farewell to the Z Fighters after they are unable to save their own world.

After that event, minor events revolve around some of the characters. Some time later, at Goku's request, the two Zeno's decide to organize a tournament including all twelve universes, called the Tournament of Power, which will take place in the Null Realm. In the Zeno Expo, Great Priest reveals that this tournament is not only made for recreational purposes, in fact, the Zeno's were planning to get rid of the weaker universes all along and this tournament will also serve as a judging basis for them to do so, with the four universes that were at the top of Zeno's mortal level scale, being spared automatically.

However, before the actual Tournament begins, Future Zeno wishes to see an exhibition match to experience the thrill beforehand. The Grand Priest accedes and a warm up tournament is setup between Universe 7 and Universe 9. Majin Buu, Gohan and Goku respectively defeat the wolfish fighters Basil, Lavender, and Bergamo with Goku revealing his Super Saiyan Blue form, thus surprising all the Gods of Destruction. After Goku wins, a mysterious fighter by the name of Top wishes to fight Goku, considering himself a servant of justice and the latter as evil. An intense battle begins with Top dislocating Goku's shoulder and Super Saiyan Blue Goku delivering a Kamehameha at point blank range. Top survives but the Great Priest stops the battles before one of them dies before the tournament. Before leaving, Top reveals that he is not the strongest fighter in Universe 11 but it is his friend Jiren, who will destroy Goku for sure. The Great Priest announces that the tournament will begin in 40 Earth hours and all the Universes depart. Goku returns to Earth and, along with Gohan, sets out to recruit 8 other members. Vegeta agrees to participate after Bulma gives birth to their daughter, Bulla. Goku recruits Piccolo, Master Roshi, Androids 17 and 18, Tien, and Krillin. Majin Buu is selected but falls asleep and Goku chooses Frieza as a replacement, much to everyone's horror. Everyone arrives at the World of Void for the tournament and a chaotic battle royal ensues between all the eight universes.

Powerful new warriors prove their worth in the battlefield and Universe 7 defeats Universes 9, which is promptly erased. The tournament proceeds, and Universe 6's Saiyan warriors Kale and Caulifla continue to break their limits throughout the battle royal. Shortly, Universe 10 is erased after their last fighter Obni is defeated by Gohan. As half of the time goes by in the tournament, Goku faces off against the mightiest mortal, Jiren, whose power is rumored to be in the domain of the Gods of Destruction. During his intense battle with Jiren, Goku falls after his plan to release the Spirit Bomb, but he ends up obtaining a godly state known as Ultra Instinct, which allows him to dodge any attack without having to think, in exchange of putting unconditional faith on his own body. Goku ultimately loses and proceeds to battle the other universes. Universe 6's strongest fighter Hit is unpredictably eliminated by Jiren. Goku defeats Kefla, the fusion of Kale and Caulifla, by reactivating his Ultra Instinct and erupting a mighty Kamehameha at her, throwing her out of the ring. Promptly, Universe 2 and their love warriors and Universe 6 and their last Namekian fighters are erased by the combined efforts of Universe 7, who also clear up Universe 4 and it's fighting team, comprised of cunning superpowered extraterrestrials of diverse races, briefly.

Universe 3's mightiest warriors fuse together to create the towering and gigantic winged monster, Agnilasa, who is defeated by the combined powers of the seventh universe, causing Universe 3 to get erased. The final warriors remaining in the stage are Goku, Vegeta, Gohan, Frieza and 17, who have to face off against Universe 11's Jiren, Top & Dyspo. Gohan eliminates himself in the process to take down Dyspo with him with the help of Frieza. Top, infuriated at his inability to stand a chance against Universe 7, leaves behind all his ideals and motivations to turn into a God of Destruction. Frieza is pummeled by Top, who is eliminated in a frenzied attack by Vegeta. Jiren finally decides to release his true power, and starts to drop his calm and composed attitude. It is revealed that Jiren's family and allies were all ravaged by an evildoer in the past, and that Jiren has lost all his faith in humanity and friendship or trust after his own allies betrayed him when they abandoned him out of fear of getting the same fate as their fallen friends. Jiren's mind broke, and so did his will. Traumatized, Jiren convinced himself that strength was absolute, that strength forgives all, even the past, as the strength of the evildoer was enough to destroy the hopes of Jiren and his allies. Jiren trained endlessly all these years, reveling in his own unstoppable growing strength to suppress his frustrations and enforcing his own brand of justice against evil by enlisting in the Pride Troopers, vowing to never let anything like his past ever happen in the future again.

Vegeta goes beyond Super Saiyan Blue during his ferocious battle with Jiren, the last remaining Universe 11 warrior. Android 17 seemingly blows himself up in a last ditch effort to save Goku and Vegeta from Jiren. Vegeta is knocked out by Jiren, who gives all of his energy away to Goku, putting his trust in his fellow Saiyan. Goku taps into Ultra Instinct again, and goes toe to toe with Jiren, and finally, he masters the godly form. Goku proceeds to defeat Jiren, who starts going through a mental breakdown, devastated that all of his years of training and his ideals were all shattered by Goku, who proved that friendship and unity could be used as a drive to victory. Before he is able to eliminate Jiren who has started to acknowledge the Saiyan warrior's words, Goku's body suffers from using Ultra Instinct repetitively and he collapses. However, it is revealed that both Frieza and Android 17, who has survived his explosion, are still in the ring.

They save Goku and proceed to fight a heavily damaged Jiren, who finally exhibits catharsis, upon hearing the inspiring words of his comrade Top who says that he believed in Jiren all along and always will. Although, initially, Frieza planned to clear up the strong enemies and then later betray Universe 7 to steal the Super Dragon Balls for himself and use it's power to turn the gods against each other and receive unimaginable strength, he realizes that Jiren's power is too much for even him to handle. Frieza reluctantly accepts to team up with Goku to save Universe 7, throwing away his selfish goals of obtaining the Super Dragon Balls to defeat their opponent in the face of erasure. Putting their complete trust in each other despite being enemies, Goku and Frieza unite their strength to eliminate Jiren. However, they are eliminated in the process. Universe 11 is erased and Android 17, the last person standing in the tournament, uses the Super Dragon Balls to restore all the erased universes. The Grand Minister reveals that Zeno foresaw the outcome of the tournament, and that if the victor used the Super Dragon Balls for a selfish wish, he would destroy everything in existence. The tournament would serve as a great message to gods of the different universes to balance the order of their own respective universes.

Out of gratitude, Beerus commands Whis to resurrect Frieza for his true comradeship in the end. Jiren finally acknowledges that he is done letting the past bind him in the future, revealing that he has let go of his hollow exterior to mask his problems, and that he was going to face them head on. He seems to come closer to accepting the Pride Troopers as his friends. The Dragon Team return to Earth and celebrate. Bulma gifts Android 17 a cruiser for his valiant contributions in the tournament. After his imminent return, Frieza seizes the opportunity to reassemble the extinct Frieza Forces, declaring with a malicious grin, that the emperor of the universe has returned.

Goku and Vegeta go to the place where they first battled. Goku reveals that he has lost the ability to use Ultra Instinct, but he and Vegeta promise each other that they will keep getting stronger, and continue breaking their limits.


  1. God of Destruction Beerus Saga[17] (Episodes 1-15)
  2. Golden Frieza Saga[17] (Episodes 16-27)
  3. Universe 6 Saga (Episodes 28-41)
  4. Copy-Vegeta Saga (Episodes 42-46)
  5. "Future" Trunks Saga (Episodes 47-76)
  6. Universe Survival Saga (Episodes 77-131)

Movies, TV specials, OVA


  1. Dragon Ball Super: Broly
  2. Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero

TV specials

  1. This is the Ultimate Battle in all the Universes! Son Goku vs Jiren!!
  2. Right Before the Dragon Ball Super Movie Debuts! Looking Back on the TV Show's Climax


All the Japanese and Funimation DVD and Blu-ray releases are presented in the original 16:9 aspect ratio.

Japanese releases

Title Release Episode Region Compatibility* Details
Dragon Ball Super Box One December 2, 2015 1 - 12 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Box Two March 6, 2016 13-24 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Box Three July 2, 2016 25-36 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Box Four October 4, 2016 37-48 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Box Five January 6, 2017 49-60 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Box Six April 4, 2017 61-72 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Box Seven August 2, 2017 73-84 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Box Eight October 3, 2017 85-96 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Box Nine January 6, 2018 97-108 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Box Ten April 3, 2018 109-120 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Box Eleven July 3, 2018 121-131 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Available on DVD & Blu-ray

Funimation English releases

Title Release Episodes Region Compatibility* Details
Dragon Ball Super Part One July 25, 2017 1-13 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Run-time of 300 minutes, TV-PG Rating, available on DVD & Blu-ray plus 20 minutes of bonus material
Dragon Ball Super Part Two October 3, 2017 14-26 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Run-time of 300 minutes, TV-PG Rating, available on DVD & Blu-ray plus 17 minutes of bonus material
Dragon Ball Super Part Three February 20, 2018 27-39 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Run-time of 300 minutes, TV-PG Rating, available on DVD & Blu-ray plus 17 minutes of bonus material
Dragon Ball Super Part Four June 19, 2018 40-52 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Run-time of 301 minutes, TV-PG Rating, available on DVD & Blu-ray plus 18 minutes of bonus material
Dragon Ball Super Part Five October 2, 2018 53-65 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Run-time of 301 minutes, TV-PG Rating, available on DVD & Blu-ray plus 18 minutes of bonus material
Dragon Ball Super Part Six January 8, 2019 66-78 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Run-time of 301 minutes, TV-PG Rating, available on DVD & Blu-ray plus 18 minutes of bonus material
Dragon Ball Super Part Seven April 2, 2019 79-91 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Run-time of 325 minutes, TV-PG Rating, available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Part Eight July 2, 2019 92-104 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Run-time of 325 minutes, TV-PG Rating, available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Part Nine October 8, 2019 105-117 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Run-time of 325 minutes, TV-PG Rating, available on DVD & Blu-ray
Dragon Ball Super Part Ten January 14, 2020 118-131 Blu-ray A/B
DVD 1/4
Run-time of 350 minutes, TV-PG Rating, available on DVD & Blu-ray plus 24 minutes of bonus material

* As stated on back of case


Character Name Japanese voice actor English voice actor (Funimation) English voice actor (Toonami Asia/Bang Zoom!)[18][19]
Goku Masako Nozawa Sean Schemmel
Colleen Clinkenbeard (Young)
Lex Lang
Philece Sampler (Young)
Gohan Masako Nozawa Kyle Hebert Chris Hackney
Goten Masako Nozawa Kara Edwards Philece Sampler
Vegeta Ryō Horikawa Christopher Sabat
Justin Briner (Young)
Kaiji Tang
Bulma Hiromi Tsuru Monica Rial Wendee Lee
Trunks Takeshi Kusao Alexis Tipton Haley Lewis
Gotenks Masako Nozawa
Takeshi Kusao
Kara Edwards
Alexis Tipton
Philece Sampler
Haley Lewis
Krillin Mayumi Tanaka Sonny Strait
Laurie Steele (Young)
Brian Beacock
Julie Maddalena (Young)
Master Roshi Masaharu Satō Mike McFarland Kirk Thornton
Piccolo Toshio Furukawa Christopher Sabat Ray Chase
Chi-Chi Naoko Watanabe
Mayumi Shō
Cynthia Cranz Michelle Ruff
Videl Yūko Minaguchi Kara Edwards Erika Harlacher
Pan Yūko Minaguchi Jeannie Tirado Unknown
Mr. Satan Unshō Ishizuka Chris Rager Jamieson Price
Good Buu Kōzō Shioya Josh Martin Spike Spencer
Shenron Ryūzaburō Ōtomo Christopher Sabat Unknown
Beerus Kōichi Yamadera Jason Douglas John DeMita
Whis Masakazu Morita Ian Sinclair Doug Erholtz
Oracle Fish Shōko Nakagawa Monica Rial Brian Beacock
Frieza Ryūsei Nakao Chris Ayres
Daman Mills (understudy)
Derek Stephen Prince
Champa Mitsuo Iwata Jason Liebrecht Kirk Thornton
Vados Yuriko Yamaguchi Caitlin Glass Tamara Ryan
King Kai Jōji Yanami (episodes 1-12)
Naoki Tatsuta (episodes 13-131)
Sean Schemmel Michael McConnohie
Bubbles Takahiro Fujimoto Christopher Sabat Unknown
Gregory Yūsuke Numata John Burgmeier Spike Spencer
Yamcha Tōru Furuya Christopher Sabat Grant George
Tien Shinhan Hikaru Midorikawa John Burgmeier Ray Chase
Chiaotzu Hiroko Emori Brina Palencia Unknown
Android 18 Miki Itō Meredith McCoy Tamara Ryan
Marron Hiroko Ushida Tia Ballard Unknown
Oolong Naoki Tatsuta Brad Jackson
Bryan Massey (Episode 89-96)
Ray Chase
Ox-King Ryūzaburō Ōtomo Kyle Hebert Unknown
Puar Naoko Watanabe Brina Palencia Unknown
Dende Aya Hirano Justin Cook Michelle Ruff
Jaco Natsuki Hanae Todd Haberkorn Greg Chun
Bee Masami Suzuki Christopher Bevins Unknown
Shin Shinichiro Ohta Kent Williams N/A
Kibito Shin Aomori Chuck Huber N/A
Kibito Kai Shinichirō Ōta Kent Williams David Vincent
Old Kai Ryōichi Tanaka Kent Williams Steve Kramer
Emperor Pilaf Shigeru Chiba Chuck Huber Tom Fahn
Shu Tesshō Genda Chris Cason Tom Bauer
Mai Eiko Yamada Colleen Clinkenbeard Julie Maddalena
King Vegeta Masaharu Satō Christopher Sabat Michael McConnohie
Caroni Takahiro Fujimoto John Burgmeier Unknown
Miss Piiza Yukiko Morishita Linda Young Philece Sampler
Pirozhki Hisao Egawa Kyle Hebert Unknown
Galbee Mitsuaki Hoshino Bob Carter Kirk Thorton
Sorbet Shirō Saitō Jeremy Schwartz Paul St. Peter
Tagoma Kazuya Nakai Micah Solusod Tom Bauer
Shisami Tetsu Inada Brad Venable Unknown
Captain Ginyu Katsuyuki Konishi R Bruce Elliott Richard Epcar
Tights Hiromi Tsuru Anastasia Muñoz N/A
Narrator Jōji Yanami (episodes 1-12)
Naoki Tatsuta (episodes 13-131)
Doc Morgan David Vincent
Zuno Keiichi Sonobe Daniel Penz N/A
Geppuman Yasunori Masutani Vic Mignogna N/A
Galactic King Ken Uo Bob Reed N/A
Monaka Masami Kikuchi Daman Mills N/A
Cabba Daisuke Kishio Clifford Chapin N/A
Frost Ryūsei Nakao Greg Ayres N/A
Hit Kazuhiro Yamaji Matthew Mercer N/A
Botamo Yasuhiro Takato Cris George N/A
Auta Magetta Naoki Tatsuta N/A[20] N/A
Referee Kazunari Tanaka Chris Burnett N/A
Fuwa Yasunori Masutani Gregory Lush N/A
Fuwa's Attendant Kazunari Tanaka Rawly Pickens N/A
Singer Yasunori Masutani Lee Murphy N/A
Zeno Satomi Kōrogi Sarah Wiedenheft N/A
Zeno's Attendants Masaya Takatsuka & Yūsei Oda Jim Foronda N/A
Super Shenron Ryūzaburō Ōtomo Christopher Sabat N/A
Gryll Jirō Saitō Brienne Olvera N/A
Duplicate Gryll Kōhei Fukuhara Brienne Olvera N/A
Duplicate Vegeta Ryō Horikawa (episode 44)
Masakazu Morita
Brian Drummond N/A
Potage Shirō Saitō Bob Hess N/A
Future Trunks Takeshi Kusao Eric Vale Sean Chiplock
Future Bulma Hiromi Tsuru Monica Rial N/A
Arale Norimaki Mami Koyama Brina Palencia N/A
Goku Black Masako Nozawa Sean Schemmel N/A
Future Mai Eiko Yamada Colleen Clinkenbeard N/A
Future Scratch Wakana Kingyo Rawly Pickens N/A
Zamasu Shin-ichiro Miki James Marsters N/A
Yajirobe Mayumi Tanaka Mike McFarland N/A
Korin Ken Uo Christopher Sabat N/A
Dr. Briefs Ryōichi Tanaka Mark Stoddard N/A
Bikini Hiroko Emori Cynthia Cranz N/A
Future Dabura Ryūzaburō Ōtomo Rick Robertson N/A
Future Gohan Masako Nozawa Kyle Hebert N/A
Gowasu Tetsuo Goto Garrett Schenck N/A
Grand Minister Masaya Takatsuka Josh Grelle N/A
Future Yajirobe Mayumi Tanaka Mike McFarland N/A
Haru Yukiyo Fujii Micah Solusod N/A
Maki Wakana Kingyo Apphia Yu N/A
Future Zamasu Shin-ichiro Miki James Marsters N/A
Turtle Takahiro Fujimoto Christopher Sabat N/A
Fused Zamasu Shin-ichiro Miki James Marsters N/A
Vegito Ryō Horikawa
Masako Nozawa
Christopher Sabat
Sean Schemmel
Future Zeno Satomi Kōrogi Sarah Wiedenheft N/A
Senbei Norimaki Yūsaku Yara R. Bruce Elliot N/A
Dr. Mashirito Ryōtarō Okiayu Barry Yandell N/A
Mr. Pig TBA Jim Foronda N/A
Sun Toshio Furukawa Phil Parsons N/A
Bubibinman Phil Parsons N/A
Barry Kahn Nobuyuki Hiyama Robert McCollum N/A
Cocoa Amaguri Masumi Asano Bryn Apprill N/A
Watagash Unknown Ricco Fajardo N/A
Fortuneteller Baba Mayumi Tanaka Linda Young N/A
King Piccolo Unknown Christopher Sabat N/A
Cell Unknown Dameon Clarke N/A
Nappa Unknown Phil Parsons N/A
Raditz Unknown Justin Cook N/A
Super Buu Unknown Justin Cook N/A
Guldo Unknown Greg Ayres N/A
Burter Unknown Christopher Sabat N/A
Jeice Unknown Christopher Sabat N/A
Recoome Unknown Christopher Sabat N/A
Tambourine Unknown Dameon Clarke N/A
Roh Yasunori Masutani Derick Snow N/A
Sidra Yasuhiro Mamiya Greg Dulcie N/A
Basil Tsuyoshi Koyama Jeff Plunk N/A
Lavender Takeshi Kusao Christopher Guerrero N/A
Bergamo Eiji Takemoto Marcus Stimac N/A
Heles Masumi Asano Maryam Baig N/A
Khai Taishi Murata Aaron Roberts N/A
Top Kenji Nomura Ray Hurd N/A
Eyre Makoto Naruse Alfie Coy N/A
Belmod Masumi Kikuchi Markus Lloyd N/A
Kuru Tomomichi Nishimura Justin Briner N/A
Anato Yussi Oda Chris Burnett N/A
Ogma Megumi Urawa Leah Clark N/A
Agu Yasuhiro Takato Anthony Bowling N/A
Iru Masakazu Morita Bob Reed N/A
Marcarita Ai Sasaki Jamie Marchi N/A
Bulla Hiromi Tsuru Bryn Apprill N/A
Mr. Popo Yasuhiko Kawazu Chris Cason N/A
Pell Kōzō Shioya Charles Campbell N/A
Kahseral Unshō Ishizuka Tyson Rinehart N/A
Dyspo Bin Shimada Christopher Dontrell Piper N/A
Quitela Yūsuke Numata Meli Grant N/A
Camparri Bin Shimada Calvin Scott Roberts N/A
Rumsshi Yasuhiko Kawazu Oliver Tull N/A
Araghne Unknown Rawly Pickens N/A
Android 17 Shigeru Nakahara Chuck Huber N/A
Minotaurus Volcano Ota Charles Campbell N/A
Galactic Poacher Boss Masaya Takatsuka Andrew Love N/A
Renso Masaya Takatsuka Randy Pearlman N/A
Yurin Ai Maeda Luci Christian N/A
Caulifla Yuka Komatsu Elizabeth Maxwell N/A
Kusu Hiromi Konno Brittney Karbowski N/A
Murichim Keiji Hirai Reagan Murdock N/A
Mohito Hikaru Midorikawa Howard Wang N/A
Brianne de Chateau Rina Kitagawa Veronica Taylor N/A
Nigrissi Daisuke Kishio Jon Allen N/A
Narirama Takeshi Kusao Daman Mills N/A
Kale Yukana Dawn M. Bennett N/A
King Yemma Ryūzaburō Ōtomo Chris Rager N/A
Ganos Hiroaki Miura Brandon McInnis N/A
Universe 9's Assassin Boss Yasuhiko Kawazu Reagan Murdock N/A
Arak Taishi Murata Orion Pitts N/A
Iwan Yasuhiro Mamiya Josh Martin N/A
Liquiir Daisuke Kishio Dallas Reid N/A
Korn Unknown Kyle Igneczi N/A
Giin Yusei Oda Reagan Murdock N/A
Jiren Eiji Hanawa
Yukiko Morishita (Child/Teen)
Patrick Seitz
Nazeeh Tarsha (Teen)
Terri Doty (Child)
Rylibeu Masumi Asano Krystal LaPorte N/A
Napapa Yasuhiro Mamiya David Wald N/A
Nink Eiji Takemoto Jim Johnson N/A
Roselle Yasuhiro Mamiya Anthony Bowling N/A
Hop Yukana Amanda Gish N/A
Chappil Masaya Takatsuka Taylor Harris N/A
Hyssop Takeshi Kusao David Wald N/A
Comfrey Ryōchi Tanaka Alex Mai N/A
Oregano Yasunori Masutani Christopher Wehkamp N/A
Sorrel Satomi Kōrogi Holly Franklin N/A
Dium Naoki Tatsuta John Burgmeier N/A
Shosa Masaya Takatsuka Brienne Olvera N/A
Majora Mitsuo Iwata Christopher Wehkamp N/A
Methiop Daisuke Kishio Shawn Gann N/A
Catopesra Yūsei Oda Garret Storms N/A
Harmira Masaya Takatsuka Kyle Igneczi N/A
Murisam Makoto Naruse Alex Mai N/A
Jimizu Yasuhiro Mamiya Sonny Franks N/A
Vewon Takeshi Kusao Charles Campbell N/A
Tupper Volcano Ota J. Michael Tatum N/A
Zoire Yukiko Morishita Aaron Dismuke N/A
Cocotte Yuriko Yamaguchi Marissa Lenti N/A
Kettle Yūsuke Numata Josh Martin N/A
Za Priccio Masami Kakuchi J. Michael Tatum N/A
Sanka Coo Ryoko Shiraishi Morgan Berry N/A
Sous Roas Yuka Saito Kristi Rothrock N/A
Rabanra Masakazu Morita Derick Snow N/A
Dyrasem Masaya Takatsuka Austin Tindle N/A
Paparoni Hideyuki Hori Christopher Bevins N/A
Zarbuto Yasuhiko Kawazu Mark Stoddard N/A
Zirloin Volcano Ota Gabe Kunda N/A
Bikal Masumi Asano Lauren Landa N/A
Sour Unknown Austin Tindle N/A
Rubalt Yasuhiro Mamiya Gabe Kunda N/A
Obni Atsuki Tani Randy Pearlman N/A
Zircor Mitsua Iwata Chris Niosi N/A
K'nsi Masakazu Morita Chris Long N/A
Biarra Tomomichi Nishimura Shawn Gann N/A
Xiangca Ryoko Shiraishi Holly Franklin N/A
Caway Marika Kouda Tia Ballard N/A
Maji-Kayo Naomi Shindo Meli Grant N/A
Dercori Naomi Shindo Amber Lee Connors N/A
Dr. Rota Masami Kikuchi Richard Steven Horvitz N/A
Prum Nobuyuki Hiyama Jim Foronda N/A
Borareta Daisuke Kishio Daman Mills N/A
Koitsukai Yusuke Numata Derick Snow N/A
Pancéa Kenji Nomura Howard Wang N/A
Pilina Hisao Egawa Jarrod Greene N/A
Saonel Nobutoshi Canna Brandon Potter N/A
Monna Wakana Yamazaki Emily Fajardo N/A
Kefla Yuka Komatsu
Elizabeth Maxwell
Dawn M. Bennett
Gamisalas Bin Shimada Chris Cason N/A
Damom Hideyuki Tanaka Bruce DuBose N/A
Koicéareta Yusuke Numata
Daisuke Kishio
Kenji Nomura
Rawly Pickens N/A
Agnilasa Hisao Egawa Christopher Bevins N/A
Mule Daisuke Kishio Chris Cason N/A



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  1. New Dragon Ball Super tv series announced for 2015. kanenshuu.
  2. 「ドラゴンボール」新アニメ、18年ぶりに放送!鳥山明がストーリー原案. natalie.
  3. Dragon Ball Super start date of July 5, 2015. dragonballinsider.
  4. Dragon Ball Super to get a manga adaptation as well. shonengamez.
  5. Kazuya Yoshii and Good Morning America to perform Dragon Bal Super themes. Crunchyroll.
  6. Dragon Ball Super opening and ending theme announced. saiyanisland.
  7. 7月放送スタート「ドラゴンボール超(スーパー)」テーマ曲決定!! オープニングは吉井和哉「超絶☆ダイナミック!!」エンディングにグッドモーニングアメリカ!公式HPもオープン!. toei-anim.co.
  8. Dragon Ball Super on Portugal and Israel tv. toei-animation.
  9. English dub of Dragon Ball Super to premiere on Adult Swim Toonami. Funimation.
  10. Future Trunks returns Evil Goku Future Dragon Ball Super.
  11. Goku Black's info from Toriyama includes that he Black turns into a normal Super Saiyan, this is never implemented into the anime
  12. 12.0 12.1 Dragon Ball Super volume 4 interview: Dragon Ball Super (1) (2) (3)
  13. Future Trunks arc announced Dragon Ball Super. kanzenshuu.
  14. Dragon Ball 30th Anniversary Super History Book
  15. It takes about 3 weeks for one episode.. Twitter (May 25, 2017).
  16. Weekly Shonen Jump #31, 2015
  17. 17.0 17.1 Dragon Ball Super complete showcase event reveals series plot. kanzenshuu.
  18. English dub cast for Toonami Asia's version of Dragon Ball Super. toonamifaithful.
  19. Bang Zoom! dub Cancelled. twitter (November 30, 2017).
  20. Who voices Magetta?. twitter (September 30, 2017).
  21. Morio Hatano appointed Dragon Ball Super series director. kanzenshuu.

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