Dragon Ball Super

Anime: Dragon Ball Super Getting Dubbed on Funimation

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Enjoy Dragon Ball Super Dubbed:

The ongoing series called Dragon Ball: Super is getting a dubbed version of it’s episodes, if you don’t know what the difference between subbed or dubbed is, or don’t even know what the hell I’m talking about, I’ll give you a brief explanation of each and we’ll be on our merry way.

Dubbed – Is to English(ize) or rather change the language of an original series such as Japanese Anime the major difference is to change the audio to an English voice acting cast rather than a Japanese acting cast.

Subbed – It’s the complete opposite of dubbed and it’s the original audio, it’s the way the Anime was meant to be heard, as it was created by the Japanese.

More about it:

Continuing on with the topic at hand, Funimation has announced within their own news page which can be viewed here: Dragon Ball Super Dubbed that they will be releasing a few of the Dragon Ball Super Series episodes subbed with English Subtitles on their new simulcast service, as they start the production of their English Dubbed version of the series very soon, they’ve been working on their current FunimationNow service for a while now and at the moment it’s still in beta mode and is under quality testing, while they tinker out the bugs current members are able to start viewing Funimation’s selection of series in Dubbed form and a few in Subbed, with their recent partnership with Crunchyroll it makes sense that they would have more dubbed episodes rather than subbed as Crunchyroll has taken that role. This is a great step for those of you who love English voice actors like Todd Haberkorn, Vic Mignogna, Robert Mccollum, Colleen Clinkenbeard and more. I absolutely loved the hell out of these voice actors when I was watching Dubbed anime before I made the switch to subbed, in the future with this new Funimation service I intend to relive these memories as I hear more of my favorite voice actors again.

Episodes being included in FunimationNow

(episodes 1 – 10 and 47 – 64) 

Funimation will also be continuing to include new Simulcast episodes of the series starting from Episode 65

this Saturday, November 5, 2016 at 8:30 p.m. CT.  Episodes 11 – 46 will be available on FunimationNow once subtitling has been completed.Funimation

Teaser Trailer:

Source: Funimation

In the end I’m just a gigantic consumer of Anime and Manga; as a fan I will continue to write about it as long as this website and the people live on with it, so go ahead guys and check out Dragon Ball Super on Funimation or Crunchyroll

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Last modified: November 5, 2016