Crunchyroll and Sony Pictures previously revealed that the film will be arriving with original Japanese audio accompanied by subtitles and with a full English dub. Catch a synopsis for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero below.
Toei Animation Inc. will debut an English subtitle simulcast of Dragon Ball Super on multiple digital platforms. For the first time, fans in North and Latin America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand will be able to view Dragon Ball Super simulcast. Since its debut in Japan in July 2015, the hit follow-up to one of the greatest anime series of all time has been eagerly awaited by followers around the world. Through non-exclusive streaming partnerships with Crunchyroll, Daisuki.net and Anime Lab, Dragon Ball Super will finally be available.
Dragon Ball Z Kai was aired on SIC Radical around 2012 with the original Japanese version and European Portuguese subtitles. There wasn't a European Portuguese dub for Dragon Ball Z Kai. Oddly enough, until the Android arc, the subtitles appeared to actually be a European Portuguese translation of FUNimation's uncensored English dub rather than of the original Japanese version itself, even though it was indeed the original Japanese version that was heard and broadcast on Portuguese TV. At some point in the Android saga, SIC Radical hired a new translator, and the subtitles were far more accurate from there on out.
\"I'm sure you're all bursting with excitement waiting for the Dragon Ball movie! I'm certain that Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO will more than live up to everyone's expectations! The SUPER HERO subtitle is pretty cool, right I love how simple and straight-to-the-point it is! The new characters designed by Toriyama don't quite look like anyone we've seen before. They've got a great sense of style! Looking slick wearing boots, they're definitely a unique addition to Dragon Ball, and I can't wait to see what they can do! It's one of those amazing movies where, after you finish watching it, you and your friends and family can all talk about the details and about what parts you liked best! I can't wait to hear all of your impressions of the movie!\"
On Tuesday, Crunchyroll and Toei Animation revelead that the latest film in the beloved anime franchise is set to hit theaters globally in the coming months. Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, distributed by Sony Pictures Enteretainment and Crunchyroll, marks the first globally-distributed theatrical release for the anime hub. The anime film, available with both subtitles and dubbed, will come to theaters across the globe in all continents, including North America, Latin America, Europe, Australia/New Zealand, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia, excluding Japan where it will debut on June 11. 781b155fdc