‘Dragon Ball Super’ News & Update: Fans In Western Countries Can Now Watch Manga Series! Find Out Anime Streaming Services Here!
Fans of the Japanese manga series, "Dragon Ball Super," in the Western countries can now finally watch their favorite anime! The animated series is now available on different anime streaming services, like Crunchyroll, Daisuki and AnimeLab.
According to Forbes, the first episode of "Dragon Ball Super" that can be watched by fans will start in episode 63, which is based on the new Future Trunks storyline. However, the entire chapters from episode 47 onwards can, too, be seen.
The earlier episodes of "Dragon Ball Super," on the other hand, will be available to watch in 10 sets starting Oct. 30. Fans also have to note that the series will be released with English subtitles only, as the English dubbed episodes are not yet announced.
"Patience always pays off, and we're delighted to finally share 'Dragon Ball Super' with our fans around the world," President of Toei Animation Inc. Masayuki Endo said. "And believe me when I say there's more to come. Stay tuned for additional exciting news before the end of the year!" Does this mean an English dubbed version of "Dragon Ball Super" will soon come?
Meanwhile, Comic Book reported that "Dragon Ball Super" can now be watched in North America, Latin America, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. The episodes will be simulcasting in real-time with Japan. Also, new episodes of the anime will be released weekly.
For the record, "Dragon Ball Super" now has 60 episodes. So, it is strongly believed that it will take approximately one month and two weeks for these anime streaming services to catch-up the show's story arcs.
"Dragon Ball Super" first aired in July 2015 and quickly accepted and loved by "Dragon Ball" fans. In fact, it was the first ever "Dragon Ball" series that has been released after the show's 20 years long break.