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Dragon Ball Super: Broly English Dub Cast Members Revealed

Funimation Entertainment has recently revealed new English Dub cast members for Dragon Ball Super: Broly. For those who are not aware it was reported earlier that the main cast members will be returning to reprise their roles. It was also confirmed that Vic Mignogna and Dameon Clarke will reprise their roles as Broly and Paragus.  🔥ANNOUNCEMENT TIME 🔥The EPIC English dub cast of #DBSuperBroly!!! Many returning faces + 5 new characters making their animated debut: Gine, Goku's mother – @EmilyNeves Cheelai – @ericalindbeckLemo – Bruce CareyKikono – Sonny FranksBerryblue – @TheVeronicaT pic.twitter.com/v8mIJs9l23 — Funimation (@FUNimation) December 4, 2018 The newly confirmedRead More


Dragon Ball Super: Broly Film Teaser Trailer Streamed

Bandai Namco Entertainment has updated their official Youtube channel with a new trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Broly. The latest trailer reveals that Gogeta will be making an appearance in the film.  Since all the previous films and Dragon Ball GT are non canon, this will mark his first appearance in the main Dragon Ball canon under Akira Toriyama. The Dragon Ball Super: Broly film had a world appearance at Nippon Budokan, which was held on November 14. The film will premiere in Japanese theaters on December 14 and will also have 4DK screenings. The English dub for the film will premiere atRead More


Dragon Ball Super: Broly Film Trailer #3 Streamed

IGN has recently updated their official Youtube channel has updated with a new trailer for Dragon Ball: Super Broly. The latest trailer features a closer look at the battle between the Saiyans as well as a preview of the film’s theme song titled, “Blizzard,” which is performed by Daichi Miura.  Funimation has released a new subtitled trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Broly. The new trailer offers our first look at Vegeta going Super Saiyan God and gives our best look yet at Goku and Vegeta’s fight against Broly. The 20th Dragon Ball movie hits theaters inRead More


Daichi Miura to Perform Dragon Ball Super: Broly Film’s Theme Song

The official Dragon Ball Super: Broly film website has updated with the announcement that Daichi Miura will be performing the theme song for the film titled, “Blizzard.” The theme song will debut in the film during the battle where Goku and Vegeta fight Broly in a “world of ice.” The song will be available as a single, which will be released on December 19. Tokusatsu fans will recognize Daichi as the song performer of “Excite,” which is the opening theme song for Kamen Rider Ex-Aid. The film will premiere at the Nippon Budokan on November 14 and will be released in Japanese theatersRead More


Funimation to Release Dragon Ball Super: Broly in North American & Canadian Theaters

IGN has reported that Funimation Films will be releasing the Dragon Ball Super: Broly film in North America and Canada. For those who are unaware, the film was announced earlier this week and will be the 20th film overall for the franchise. The film is set to premiere in Japan on December 14th, 2018 and the international release will be in January 2019.  IGN also revealed an official intentional poster for the film.   The film is stated to feature the origins of the Saiyans and Frieza with the film taking place shortly after the Tournament of Power.   More detailsRead More


Shinta’s Take on Yugioh: Battle City

The most infamous arc in the franchise opens the door to the real way to play the game, the introduction of some of the strongest monsters in the game… and an antagonist SEVERELY screwed over during the import. Also, a god turned into an executive producer. What idiot thought that was a good Idea?


Shinta’s Take on Yugioh: Duelist kingdom Finals

Duelist kingdom wraps with many more context shifts for characters in their original version, and a lot of cards that were later expanded into their own really cool archetypes. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5kul8i_shinta-s-take-on-yugioh-duelist-kingdom-finals_fun


Shonen Jump Reveals New Cast Members In One Piece Whole Cake Island Arc

Thanks to a early look at the upcoming issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, it has been revealed that Miyuki Sawashiro will be joining the One Piece anime cast.  She will be voicing Charlotte Pudding in the Whole Cake Island Arc of the anime.  It has also been revealed that Mami Koyama will be voicing Charlotte “Big Mom” Linlin.” Currently it is unknown if she will be voicing the role fully, but she will be voicing the character in an upcoming image song.  The character was originally portrayed by Toshiko Fujita.    The issue also featured a preview for the upcoming Ace serialized novel.  


Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker & Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy Announced

The recent issue of Shonen Jump magazine has revealed two new games based on the Naruto franchise. The first game is Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker, which is a multiplayer “acrobatic ninja battle game.”   The game will support up to four players locally and eight players via online play.  No other release details are confirmed for the game at this time so stay tuned for updates. The second game is a collection of the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm games titled “, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy.” The game will consist of first three Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm games and the DLC. Naruto: UltimateRead More


Official Images: S.H.Figuarts Trunks Xenoverse Edition

Tamashii Nations recently updated their Dragon Ball section to feature the recently announced Xenoverse S.H. Figuarts product images and release dates. The first reveal is of S.H. Figuarts Trunks Xenoverse Edition, who is scheduled to be released in April 2017 and will be sold for 4860 yen. This is confirmed to be a retail release, making this the second S.H. Figuarts Trunks to be sold retail which makes this first time his regular head sculpts and sword will be obtainable to public with ease. Now, for International fans that is notRead More


Bleach to End This Fall with Volume 74

Today (JST), the 73rd volume of Tite Kubo’s long-running Bleach manga revealed the series will concluding in the next volume, which will be sold in fall. Following the reveal, Shonen Jump confirmed that the announcement was true. The series began in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2001, whereas its final arc began back in February 2012. Now, fifteen years later the series will finally conclude having inspired an anime adaptation which consisted of 366 episodes from 2004 to 2012, with Viz Media distrubting the series in North America in 2006. InRead More