Goku and company are all dressed up and raring to go as Dragon Ball Super prepares for an upcoming "Space Survival" arc. A leak has the new story kicking off in the anime February 5th. Get a look after the jump.
Shueisha's Shōnen Jump Plus digital manga magazine has begun publication of a new comic that re-imagines Yamcha as the conquering hero in Akira Toriyama's classic manga, Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. Hit the jump to learn more.
Toonami has shared their plans for this year's holidays. Christmas and New Year's Eves are both on Saturdays this year, so the Adult Swim block is going for two marathons. First, Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is coming on December 24th, with a double-episode lead-in on the 17th. Then, it's Dragon Ball Z Kai on December 31st. More after the jump.
Toei Animation Inc., Funimation Entertainment and Adult Swim have announced a partnership to bring Dragon Ball Super to TV audiences starting next January. Adult Swim will begin airing the U.S. English dub of Dragon Ball Super Season 1 during the Toonami block starting on January 7, 2017 at 8 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. ET. Season 1, which totals 26 episodes, encompasses the Battle of Gods and Resurrection ‘F’ story arcs.
Funimation has announced the English dub cast for Dragon Ball Super. This new anime celebrating the 30th anniversary of the adaptation of Akira Toriyama's martial arts comedy action classic will feaure long-time franchise voice actors reprising their previous roles for Funimation’s English dub production. See if your favorites have returned after the jump.
Faithful Dragon Ball fans will definitely want to get their hands on the special Dragon Radar release in celebration of Dragon Ball's 30th anniversary. Hit the jump to take a look!
Anyone pick up Dragon Ball Fusions yet? I haven't had a chance to give my copy a whirl, but it's out now in North America, and the online features aren't too far behind. According to Bandai Namco's launch day press release, a downloadable update is scheduled for early 2017, so you'll have to hold off on battling online until then. Read on for more.
Based out of Shibuya, Tokyo, galaxxxy is a clothing brand known for their ‘80s pop influenced, brilliantly colorful club wear. In other words, it's a perfect fit for Dragon Ball (remember, the original series started back in '84). Last weekend, galaxxxy shared a look at their Akira Toriyama collaboration collection, starting with, but not limited to, the shirt that Piccolo wore in the famous driving school episode. Get a look after the jump.