Dragon Ball Super, the latest installment of Toei Animation's long-running Dragon Ball anime franchise that has over 770 episodes in total, started airing in Japan in July 2015, and will reach its 100th episode this Sunday, July 23. In celebration of the memorial epsidoe, 80-year-old Masako Nozawa, who is voicing Son Goku and his two sons, posted her comment on the anime's official Japanese website. She has been voicing the protagonist character since the first TV anime Dragon Ball in 1986.
"100 episodes passed so fast! I was surprised to hear that!
If things go like this, it seems the 200th episode will come so quickly!
These days, I am very happy that I have received many messages from the fans almost every day.
Even when I walk outside, people say to me like, 'I watch it every week,' or 'It's exciting.'
Based on the number of the Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Super is aiming to reach its 700th episode.
Fans of the series, I look forwarding to your ongoing support."
"Dragon Ball Super" 100th episode trailer
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