Dragon Ball Super (2015–2018)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Animation, Action, Adventure


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6 months after the defeat of Majin Buu, The mighty Saiyan Son Goku continues his quest on becoming stronger.

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Creator:

Akira Toriyama

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Did You Know?

Trivia

In all previous versions of Dragon Ball, Bulma's mother Mrs. Briefs' eyes were always closed, yet in Dragon Ball Super, sometimes they are open.


Goofs

Emperor Pilaf's dog henchman has always been called "Shu." (Rhymes with "new.") But in the English dub of Super, Pilaf calls him "Shao." (Rhymes with "now.")


Crazy Credits

The series title forms from the Dragon Balls flying through space, in a tribute to Dragon Ball (1986). The opening credits end with all the Z-Fighters lined up, in a tribute to Dragon Ball Z (1989).


Alternate Versions

Due to executive pressure from the distributors, the Hungarian dub kept some of the now infamous French-derivative names and other errors from their old dubs of Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z, which were originally taken from the AB Groupe's childish, mistake-filled French dubbing. (For the record, France has long since been using the correct Japanese names.) This was done to preserve continuity between the dubs of three series, however this also means that some of the franchise's signature words like "Saiyan" and "Dragon Ball" are never spoken in any of the Hungarian dubs. The old and new name changes are:

  • "Crystal Balls" for Dragon Balls
  • "Star Warriors" for Saiyans
  • "Hyper Warrior" for Super Saiyan 2
  • "Mega Warrior" for Super Saiyan 3
  • "Songoku", "Songohan" and "Songoten" for Son Goku, Gohan and Goten
  • "Vegita" for Vegeta
  • "Satan" or "Young Satan" for Piccolo
  • "Hercules" for Mr. Satan
  • "Bubu" for Buu
  • "Kaito" for King Kai AKA Kaio-sama
  • "Genius Turtle" for Master Roshi AKA Kame-Sennin
  • "Chaos" for Chiaotzu
  • "Tenshin Han" for Tien Shinhan
  • "Macsek" (Pussycat) for Puar
  • "Special Forces" for the Ginyu Force
  • "Zsinö" for Ginyu, based on his name's French mispronunciation
  • "Dermesztö" (Froster) for Frieza
  • "Fagyasztó" (Freezer) for Frost
  • "Salat" for Planet Salada
  • "Kápszta" ("Cabbge") for Cabba
  • "Mindenek Ura" (Ruler of All) for Zeno, Goku nicknaming him "Mini"
  • the old "Trunk" was corrected to Trunks
  • "Gotrunk" was corrected to Gotenks
  • Vegeta calls Goku by his Saiyan birth name "Kakarot", while in the old dubs he used "Songoku" like everyone else (and "Kashalo" in one episode)
  • "Kamehame" was corrected to Kamehameha
  • The Holy Dragon Sheron is called Shen Long
  • Bubbles is referred to by name instead of just "monkey"
  • the names "Neptune" and "Shibito" have been abandoned in favor of Kibito-Kai, but Supreme Kai is still called Neptune after the old French misitranslation of his Japanese name
  • Elder Kaioshin is also called by his title instead of simply "master"
  • "Dolong" was corrected to Oolong
  • "Yairobe" was corrected to Yajirobe


Soundtracks

Harô harô harô
(Ending theme)
Lyrics by Shingo Kanehiro
Composed by Shingo Kanehiro
Performed by Guddo môningu amerika
(Nippon Columbia / Triad)

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Genres

Animation | Action | Adventure | Comedy | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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