The thumping success of Dragon Ball Super has helped the series to make its way to Europe this fall. There are reports the series will start airing in many European countries like France, Spain, and Italy.
Dragon Ball Super, the popular Japanese anime series, has become a global sensation in the last two decades. Fans in Europe can now a make whoopee because relevant sources reveal that the franchise is planning to release it over there, very soon. As per the reports, European fans can expect the series to hit the small screens during this fall. Additionally, the series will also be released in English-speaking Africa. However, there is no word on when Dragon Ball Super is coming to the US.
There is no denying that Dragon Ball Super and its sequel Dragon Ball Z are international hits. Thus, the global release of the anime series is something that many fans are looking forward to. However, the recent update about the series says that the U.S. side of things is quite complex and the Japanese license holders are expecting a fair deal. On the other hand, for the European fans, the franchise has given the series a green light. In short, Dragon Ball Super is coming to Europe for real.
To date, we have watched over 60 episodes of Dragon Ball Super. Even though it is a global hit, the US release is going to take some time.
Earlier, it was announced that this popular television series will receive an English-language dub that will premiere on the Toonami channel in Southeast Asia and India in 2016. The English publisher for Dragon Ball Super is Viz Media. It began posting free English translations of the manga chapters to their website on June 24, 2016, with plans for a print release in spring 2017.
The release date of Dragon Ball Super in Europe is not yet known, but we are hopeful that we’ll hear an official announcement about it anytime soon. For more updates stay tuned.