Mon. May 23rd, 2022


Crunchyroll’s Dragon Ball library is about to get even bigger, as the streaming company announced that Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, and Dragon Ball GT are all available to stream on the service now.

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All three series join Dragon Ball Super on the streaming service, bringing together nearly the full Dragon Ball library to the subscription platform for fans. Previously only on Funimation, the recently completed merger of Funimation and Crunchyroll now unifies both libraries into one giant place for fans.

The series are all available beginning today, with both Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball GT available in either English subbed version or with dubbed over audio. Dragon Ball Z will only be available with the English dub as of now, though, so fans hoping for more will have to wait to see if things get updated.

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On the movie front, Dragon Ball prepares for its next big movie, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. The anime adaptation of Dragon Ball Super ended in March 2018 after 131 episodes aired. This marks the second movie for Dragon Ball Super, which is the highly successful sequel series to Dragon Ball Z. The first film was Dragon Ball Super: Broly, which was directed by Tatsuya Nagamine and also written by Akira Toriyama. The movie takes place after the events of the Universe Survival Saga and features Goku and Vegeta taking on Broly.

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