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Back in March, Crunchyroll had the powered-up pleasure of adding Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT to its anime catalog, and those options have expanded. In addition to the dubbed version of Dragon Ball Z that was previously made available, fans can now watch all of the classic anime—adapting the action-packed manga by Akira Toriyama—in its original Japanese thanks to the launch of the subtitled version.


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Dragon Ball Z (subtitled)

Launch Time: Now!

Territories: English-speaking regions excluding the United Kingdom, Ireland and Nordics



As for what’s happening beyond Dragon Ball Z, tickets for the Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO anime film can now be purchased via Fandango in the U.S. and Canada and on the global ticketing website in other English-speaking regions, with the anticipated movie set for more than 2,500 theaters across North America on August 19 in English-subtitled and English-dubbed formats. In addition, the film will screen in select U.S.-based IMAX theaters. 




Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine and the Editor-in-Chief of Sci Fi Magazine. You can read his comics at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter @Moldilox.