In North America, Funimation licensed the series and produced an English dub. The series aired on Adult Swim's Toonami block from January 7, 2017 to November 2, 2019. Reruns of the series returned to Toonami on July 4, 2020. The series is rated TV-PG-DLSV and TV-14-LSV on Adult Swim.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Battle of Gods Saga[edit | edit source]
Four years after Majin Buu’s defeat, Goku has taken a completely new role as…a radish farmer?! With Earth at peace, our heroes have settled into normal lives. But they can’t get too comfortable. Far away, the powerful God of Destruction, Beerus, awakens to a prophecy revealing his demise at the hands of an even more formidable being. When his search for the Super Saiyan God brings him to Earth, can Goku and his friends take on their strongest foe yet?
Resurrection 'F' Saga[edit | edit source]
Not long after the battle with Beerus, both Vegeta and Goku begin training under Whis's tutelage in order to access their Super Saiyan God forms more easily. Meanwhile, the remaining forces of Frieza's army find themselves losing command of their conquered planets without their leader at the helm. The head of the army, Sorbet, decides they need to bring back Frieza in order to regain control. Using Earth's Dragon Balls, he succeeds in bringing the evil galactic warlord back from the dead, but Frieza wants revenge against Goku for his defeat and decides to train to get stronger, something he thought he would never have to do. Eventually, a few months after his revival, Frieza has obtained a new level of power and returns to Earth ready to settle old scores.
Universe 6 Saga[edit | edit source]
With Frieza defeated and sent back to Hell, Goku and Vegeta continue their training with Whis and Beerus. Until Champa, Beerus's twin brother, arrives and suggests a 5v5 tournament between his chosen fighters from Universe 6 and Beerus' own fighters of Universe 7, with the winner gaining dominion over Universe 7's Earth and a wish from the "Super Dragon Balls".
Future Trunks Saga[edit | edit source]
Future Trunks' home is once again being destroyed by a powerful foe, but this one looks very familiar. Future Trunks travels to the past once again to stop this menace but is followed by his foe, Goku! However, he is in fact Goku's doppelgänger, Goku Black, who wishes to complete his "Project Zero Mortals" plan by eliminating all mortal life in all universes and timelines.
Universe Survival Saga[edit | edit source]
After Future Trunks, Goku, and Vegeta defeated Goku Black/Fused Zamasu, the universe was safe and sound... for now. The Grand Omni-King Zeno from the future asked for a fighting tournament between 12 universes. Whoever wins gets the "Super Dragon Balls" and wish for anything. The winners get to live. The losers get erased and eradicated. The fate of Universe 7, and the fate of the other universes, hang in the balance once more...
Characters[edit | edit source]
Voice Cast[edit | edit source]
|Character||English Voice Actor||Japanese Voice Actor|
|Son Goku||Sean Schemmel||Masako Nozawa|
|Son Gohan||Kyle Hebert||Masako Nozawa|
|Son Goten||Kara Edwards||Masako Nozawa|
|Vegeta||Christopher R. Sabat||Ryō Horikawa|
|Bulma||Monica Rial||Hiromi Tsuru (ep. 1-128)|
|Trunks||Alexis Tipton||Takeshi Kusao|
|Future Trunks||Eric Vale||Takeshi Kusao|
|Beerus||Jason Douglas||Kōichi Yamadera|
|Whis||Ian Sinclair||Masakazu Morita|
|Piccolo||Christopher R. Sabat||Toshio Furukawa|
|Krillin||Sonny Strait||Mayumi Tanaka|
|No. 18||Meredith McCoy||Miki Itō|
|Marron||Tia Ballard||Hiroko Ushida|
|Yamcha||Christopher R. Sabat||Tōru Furuya|
|Puar||Brina Palencia||Naoko Watanabe|
|Tien Shinhan||John Burgmeier||Hikaru Midorikawa|
|Chiaotzu||Brina Palencia||Hiroko Emori|
|Master Roshi||Mike McFarland||Masaharu Satō|
|King Kai||Sean Schemmel||Jōji Yanami (ep. 1-12)|
Naoki Tatsuta (ep. 14+)
|Mr. Satan||Chris Rager||Unshō Ishizuka|
|Majin Buu||Josh Martin||Kōzō Shioya|
|Videl||Kara Edwards||Yūko Minaguchi|
|Chi-Chi||Cynthia Cranz||Naoko Watanabe|
|Ox-King||Kyle Hebert||Ryūzaburō Ōtomo|
Bryan Massey (ep. 89+)
|Pilaf||Chuck Huber||Shigeru Chiba|
|Shu||Chris Cason||Tesshō Genda|
|Mai/Future Mai||Colleen Clinkenbeard||Eiko Yamada|
|Kibito Kai/Surpreme Kai||Kent Williams||Shinichiro Ohta|
|Elder Kai||Kent Williams||Ryōichi Tanaka|
|Kibito||Chuck Huber||Shin Aomori|
|Dende||Justin Cook||Aya Hirano|
|Mr. Popo||Chris Cason||Yasuhiko Kawazu|
|Shenron||Christopher R. Sabat||Ryūzaburō Ōtomo|
|Dr. Brief||Mark Stoddard||Ryōichi Tanaka|
|Panchy||Cynthia Cranz||Hiroko Emori|
|King Vegeta||Christopher R. Sabat||Masaharu Satō|
|Piiza||Linda Young||Yukiko Morishita|
|Caroni||John Burgmeier||Takahiro Fujimoto|
|Pirozhki||Kyle Hebert||Hisao Egawa|
|Snackian Ambassador||Jim Foronda||Jirō Saitō|
|Galbee||Bob Carter||Mitsuaki Hoshino|
|Bee||Christopher Bevins||Masami Suzuki|
|Pan||Jeannie Tirado||Yūko Minaguchi|
|Champa||Jason Liebrecht||Mitsuo Iwata|
|Vados||Caitlin Glass||Yuriko Yamaguchi|
|Sorbet||Jeremy Schwartz||Shirō Saitō|
|Tagoma||Micah Solusod||Kazuya Nakai|
|Sisami||Brad Venable||Tetsu Inada|
Daman Mills (understudy)
|Jaco||Todd Haberkorn||Natsuki Hanae|
|Captain Ginyu||R. Bruce Elliott||Katsuyuki Konishi|
|Tights||Anastasia Muñoz||Hiromi Tsuru|
|Zuno||Daniel Penz||Keiichi Sonobe|
|Geppuman||Vic Mignogna||Yasunori Masutani|
|Monaka||Daman Mills||Masami Kikuchi|
|Cabba||Clifford Chapin||Daisuke Kishio|
|Botamo||Cris George||Yasuhiro Takato|
|Frost||Greg Ayres||Ryūsei Nakao|
|Hit||Matthew Mercer||Kazuhiro Yamaji|
|Galactic King||Bob Reed||Ken Uo|
|Referee||Chris Burnett||Kazunari Tanaka|
|Singer||Lee Murphy||Yasunori Masutani|
|6th Universe Supreme Kai||Gregory Lush||Yasunori Masutani|
|Zeno||Sarah Wiedenheft||Satomi Kōrogi|
|Super Shenron||Christopher R. Sabat||Ryūzaburō Ōtomo|
|Arale Norimaki||Brina Palencia||Mami Koyama|
|Potage||Bob Hess||Shirō Saitō|
|Gryll||Brian Olvera||Jirō Saitō|
|Copy-Vegeta||Brian Drummond||Masakazu Morita|
|Goku Black||Sean Schemmel||Masako Nozawa|
|Zamasu||David Gray||Shinichiro Miki|
|Gowasu||Garrett Schenck||Tetsuo Gotō|
|Korin||Christopher R. Sabat||Ken Uo|
|Yajirobe/Future Yajirobe||Mike McFarland||Mayumi Tanaka|
|Fortuneteller Baba||Linda Young||Mayumi Tanaka|
|No. 17||Chuck Huber||Shigeru Nakahara|
|Narrator||Doc Morgan||Jōji Yanami (ep. 1-11)|
Naoki Tatsuta (ep. 12+)
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Episodes[edit | edit source]
|Color||Saga||Episodes||Toonami Premiere||Toonami Finale|
|Battle of Gods Saga||14||January 7, 2017||April 15, 2017|
|Resurrection 'F' Saga||13||April 22, 2017||July 29, 2017|
|Universe 6 Saga||14||August 5, 2017||November 18, 2017|
|Copy-Vegeta Saga||05||December 2, 2017||January 13, 2018|
|Future Trunks Saga||30||January 20, 2018||August 18, 2018|
|Universe Survival Saga||55||August 25, 2018||October 5, 2019|
Broadcast History[edit | edit source]
On December 7, 2016, Funimation announced that the series would begin airing on Adult Swim on January 7, 2017, with two airings. The first at 8:00 PM, and the second, during Toonami, at 11:30 PM. However, on November 25, 2017, the 8:00 PM showing was discontinued. The series aired on the Toonami block from its premiere on January 7, 2017 until November 2, 2019. From July 2, 2018 to September 7, 2018, reruns of the series also aired weeknights at 8:00 PM on Adult Swim, outside of Toonami. On September 10, 2018, this was expanded to a full hour, airing on weeknights from 8-9 PM until September 27, 2018, when the series was removed from both time slots. Reruns of the series returned to a Saturday night non-Toonami time slot from January 5, 2019 to September 28, 2019, this time airing at 8:30 PM. It returned to Adult Swim once again from January 4-18, 2020, airing at 8:30 PM. On July 4, 2020, Dragon Ball Super returned to Adult Swim via a marathon before taking over Toonami's midnight time slot the following week. It then returned to Saturday evenings outside of Toonami, airing from 8:00 to 9:00 PM, on August 15, 2020.
- Japan (Fuji TV) — July 5, 2015 - March 25, 2018
- Israel (Nickelodeon) — September 1, 2016 - Present
- Portugal (SIC) — September 24, 2016 - Present
- Italy (Italia 1, Italia 2) — December 23, 2016 - Present
- United States (Adult Swim) — January 7, 2017 - November 2, 2019; January 4, 2020 - January 18, 2020; July 4, 2020 - Present
- France (Toonami) — January 17, 2017 - Present
- Southeast Asia (Toonami) — January 21, 2017 - March 31, 2018
- India (Toonami) — January 21, 2017 - May 15, 2018
- Spain (Boing) — February 20, 2017 - Present
- Latin America (Cartoon Network) - August 5, 2017 - Present
- Africa (Toonami) — October 2017 - Present
Toonami Broadcast History[edit | edit source]
On January 7, 2017, Dragon Ball Super premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami block at 11:30 PM. On July 29, 2017, the series was moved into the 11:00 PM time slot. On December 2, 2017, Toonami was expanded and Dragon Ball Super was moved to the 10:30 PM time slot. On September 29, 2018, the series was moved back to the 11:00 PM time slot following another expansion for Toonami. After the series finale premiered on the block on October 5, 2019, the series went into reruns beginning with episode 128. After the series finale re-aired on November 2, 2019, the series was removed from the lineup. The series returned to Toonami on July 4, 2020, for a 4-hour marathon, and reruns of the series returned to Toonami the following week at 12:00 AM, replacing My Hero Academia in the lineup. Reruns of the series moved to the 3:30 AM time slot on May 29, 2021.
- Toonami (United States) — January 7, 2017 - November 2, 2019; July 4, 2020 - Present
- Toonami (France) — January 17, 2017 - Present
- Toonami (Southeast Asia) — January 21, 2017 - March 31, 2018
- Toonami (India) — January 21, 2017 - May 15, 2018
- Toonami (Africa) — October 2017 - Present
- Toonami (Latin America) — August 31, 2020 - Present
Toonami Marathons[edit | edit source]
The following is a list of Toonami marathons in which at least one episode of Dragon Ball Super appeared.
- Dragon Ball Super Marathon (December 30, 2017)
- Dragon Ball Super Marathon (December 22, 2018)
- Dragon Ball Super Marathon (September 28, 2019)
- Dragon Ball Super Marathon (July 4, 2020)
External Links[edit | edit source]
See Also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- "ENGLISH DUB OF “DRAGON BALL SUPER” HIT ANIME SERIES TO PREMIERE ON ADULT SWIM’S TOONAMI JANUARY 7, 2017 at 8 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. ET ". funimation.com. December 8, 2016. http://www.funimation.com/blog/2016/12/07/english-dub-of-dragon-ball-super-hit-anime-series-to-premiere-on-adult-swims-toonami-january-7-2017-at-8-p-m-and-1130-p-m-et/. Retrieved on December 8, 2016.
- "To celebrate the 4th of July we’re running a Dragon Ball Super marathon ". facebook.com/TOONAMI. June 25, 2020. https://www.facebook.com/Toonami/posts/2462900907334075. Retrieved on June 25, 2020.
- "Dragon Ball Super TV Anime Debuts on July 5 ". animenewsnetwork.com. June 4, 2015. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/daily-briefs/2015-06-04/dragon-ball-super-tv-anime-debuts-on-july-5/.88900. Retrieved on December 11, 2016.
- "Dragon Ball Super Reruns Will Play Daily on Adult Swim Starting July 2nd ". toonamifaithful.com. June 26, 2018. http://toonamifaithful.com/dragon-ball-super-reruns-will-play-weekly-on-adult-swim-starting-july-2nd/. Retrieved on July 13, 2018.
- "DRAGON BALL SUPER, READY FOR EMEA TAKEOVER WITH TURNER ". toei-animation.com. October 10, 2016. Archived from the original on October 11, 2016. https://web.archive.org/web/20161011060345/http://www.toei-animation.com/en/node/1731. Retrieved on December 11, 2016.
- "Dragon Ball Super ". animenewsnetwork.com. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=17006. Retrieved on Janary 10, 2017.
- "Toonami Asia Premieres English Dub of Dragon Ball Super in Southeast Asia, India on January 21 ". animenewsnetwork.com. November 28, 2016. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2016-11-28/toonami-asia-premieres-dragon-ball-super-anime-on-january-21/.109258. Retrieved on December 11, 2016.
- "Toonami Asia shutting down notice ". ToonamiAsia Twitter. March 12, 2018. Archived from the original on March 12, 2018. http://archive.today/2018.03.12-073828/https://twitter.com/ToonamiAsia/status/973099478201716736. Retrieved on March 12, 2018.
- "Dragon Ball Super To Premiere 5th August On Cartoon Network Latin America ". regularcapital.com. June 27, 2017. https://www.regularcapital.com/2017/06/dragon-ball-super-to-premiere-5th-august-on-cartoon-network-latin-america/. Retrieved on July 20, 2018.
- "Don’t miss a second of the #DragonBallSuper action! ". facebook.com/ToonamiAfrica. November 7, 2017. https://www.facebook.com/ToonamiAfrica/videos/1799284037036208/. Retrieved on July 20, 2018.
- "Time to update your calendars! ". facebook.com/TOONAMI. July 25, 2017. https://www.facebook.com/Toonami/photos/a.1442483259375850.1073741828.1440408039583372/1787160801574759/?type=3&theater. Retrieved on August 3, 2017.
- "Want more Toonami? You’re in luck! ". facebook.com/toonami. November 17, 2017. https://www.facebook.com/Toonami/photos/a.1442483259375850.1073741828.1440408039583372/1830317907259048/?type=3&theater. Retrieved on November 18, 2017.
- "Toonami Expands Program With New Schedule, Shows ". . https://comicbook.com/2018/09/12/toonami-schedule-anime-expand-boruto-dragon-ball/. Retrieved on September 12, 2018.
- "Line Up Update 05.29.2021 ". Facebook.com/TOONAMI. May 29, 2021. https://www.facebook.com/Toonami/photos/a.1442483259375850/2718402911783872/?type=3&theater. Retrieved on May 29, 2021.
- "Toonami India To Close On 15th May ". RegularCapital.com. April 18, 2018. https://www.regularcapital.com/2018/04/toonami-india-close-15th-may/. Retrieved on May 21, 2018.
- "Crunchyroll and Toonami Team Up to Bring Mob Psycho 100 and More to Cartoon Network in Latin America ". crunchyroll.com. August 8, 2020. https://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2020/08/18/crunchyroll-and-toonami-team-up-to-bring-mob-psycho-100-and-more-to-cartoon-network-in-latin-america. Retrieved on August 18, 2020.
- "Attention, Dragon Ball Super fans! ". facebook.com/TOONAMI. September 11, 2019. https://www.facebook.com/Toonami/photos/pb.1440408039583372.-2207520000.1568245278./2226360744321427/. Retrieved on September 11, 2019.
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