Jul 16

Viz Releases Dragon Ball Super Manga Chapter 3 (Digital)

Following the release of the Dragon Ball Super manga chapter 1 and chapter 2 on the Viz Media website, yesterday an English translated version of chapter 3 was released. Subsequent chapters will be released going forward, as well as a print release sometime in 2017.

dragon ball super manga ch 3 english

The Dragon Ball Super manga adaptation is illustrated by Toyotarō, who is also the author of Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission and his recent manga adaptation of Dragon Ball Z: Revival of F. The manga is released exclusively in Japan in Shueisha’s V-Jump, and now for the first time digitally in English by Viz Media. At this time, FUNimation HAS NOT, and openly states, that they do not have any information regarding the series and license acquisitions at this time.

Jul 01

Viz Releases Dragon Ball Super Manga Chapter 2 (Digital)

Following the release of the Dragon Ball Super manga chapter 1 on the Viz Media website, earlier today an English translated version of chapter 2 was released. Subsequent chapters will be released going forward, as well as a print release sometime in 2017.

dragon ball super manga ch 2 english

The Dragon Ball Super manga adaptation is illustrated by Toyotarō, who is also the author of Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission and his recent manga adaptation of Dragon Ball Z: Revival of F. The manga is released exclusively in Japan in Shueisha’s V-Jump, and now for the first time digitally in English by Viz Media. At this time, FUNimation HAS NOT, and openly states, that they do not have any information regarding the series and license acquisitions at this time.

Jul 01

Viz Media to Release Dragon Ball Super Manga in Print in 2017

Today kicks off the first day of the 2016 Anime Expo in Los Angeles, California! Today in their industry panel, Viz Media announced that they will be releasing the Dragon Ball Super manga by Toyotarō in print sometime in 2017! Up until this point we do not have any specific details. Viz is currently slowly releasing the Dragon Ball Super manga in digital format VIA their website.

dragon ball super manga print viz engish

Photo by Twitter user @NJ_

The Dragon Ball Super manga adaptation is illustrated by Toyotarō, who is also the author of Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission and his recent manga adaptation of Dragon Ball Z: Revival of F. The manga is released exclusively in Japan in Shueisha’s V-Jump, and now for the first time digitally in English by Viz Media. At this time, FUNimation HAS NOT, and openly states, that they do not have any information regarding the series and license acquisitions at this time.

Jul 01

Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2 North American Release Date October 2016

Bandai Namco North America announced today that Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2 will be released on October 25, 2016 on game consoles, and October 28, 2016 on PC. Musical artist Steve Aoki, who is popularly known worldwide for his electronic dance music (EDM), will be providing remixes for the Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2 musical score.

XENOVERSE 2, which is being developed by Dimps, will be available on the Xbox One, PC (by way of Steam), and the PlayStation 4.

The first Dragon Ball XENOVERSE was made available in North America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Australasia. It also is developed by Dimps, and is available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC (Steam). Dragon Ball XENOVERSE was released in Japan on February 5, 2015, and in Europe/Australasia for consoles/PC users on Feb 27. Release for North and South America was on February 24.

Jun 28

Top 5 Future Trunks Moments by Geekdom101

With the Future Trunks arc of Dragon Ball Super finally underway, YouTube user and friend of Dragon Ball Insider, “Geekdom101”, put together what he believes to be the 5 greatest Future Trunks Moments in Dragon Ball Z.
Future Trunks in Dragon Ball Super has already had some pretty intense moments up to this point, where would you rank these among the greatest of all time?!
The first episode of the “Future Trunks Arc” kicked off on Sunday, June 12 with episode 47 and is titled SOS From the Future! A Black New Enemy Appears!!

Toei Animation announced the production of Dragon Ball Super (Japanese title; tentative for English release), the first all-new Dragon Ball television series to be released in 18 years. Dragon Ball Super began syndication on Sunday mornings on Fuji TV in Japan on July 5, 2015, with Norihito Sumitomo returning as its musical composer, and Tadayoshi Yamamuro as the series’ character designer. The first episode of Dragon Ball Super takes place exactly 6 months following the defeat of Majin Boo. Dragon Ball Super is being “overseen by Dragon Ball’s original creator, Akira Toriyama”.

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