Dragon Ball Super simulcast episodes October 22nd!

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Great news for any fans of the series Dragon Ball Z because Dragon Ball Super, the continuation story of battle of the gods, will be accessible from your favorite platforms.  Through non-exclusive streaming partnerships with Crunchyroll, Daisuki.net and Anime Lab, viewers in North and Latin America, South Africa, Australia and New­ Zealand will be able to view Dragon Ball Super­ simulcast.

What time will the show air?

Starting today, Saturday October 22 6:00­pm PST, viewers of Crunchyroll, Daisuki and Anime Lab can tune-in for the English-subtitled simulcast of episode 63, “Don’t Define Saiyan Cells! The Curtain ­Rises on Vegeta’s Intense Battle!!”, which ­leads into the conclusion of the­ “Future Trunks Arc.” So audiences in the U.S will get to join Japan live during the broadcast, and then tune in weekly  for future episodes.

Haven’t been keeping up with the story so far?

Do not worry, To prepare for episode 63’s debut, viewers will also be able to stream the entire Future Trunks arc. Then, starting on October 30, the complete series will roll-out, with 10 episo­des released a week at a time; which is more great news for DBZ fans.

What is this new series even about?

It is set after the defeat of Majin Boo when Earth has become peaceful once again. The series retells the events from the last two Dragon Ball Z films, Battle of the Gods and Resurrection ‘F’, before proceeding to tell original stories about the exploration of other universes and the reemergence of Future Trunks. This new arc features the return of future trunks, who is being ruthlessly hunted by a mysterious being who of course is hell-bent on destruction. So Trunks is pulled into a battle that spans space and time. Episode 63 focuses on Trunks’ epic battle against Goku Black, and Goku’s acquisition of the powerful “Evil­ Containment Wave” te­chnique. This new tale is sure to be exciting and you wouldn’t want to miss it.

Bonus:

Patience always pays off, and we’re delighted to finally share Dragon Ball Super with our fans around the world. And believe me when I say there’s more to come. Stay tuned for additional exciting news before the end of the year!”, said Masayuki Endo, President of Toei Animation Inc.

 

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