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Dragon Ball Super TV Series To Be Broadcast In France Later This Year

by Damian Seeto

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Dragon Ball Super has so far only been broadcast in Japan, but this will change as it will air in the country of France later this year sometime.

As reported by Kanzenshuu, an entry on the Kazachok Licensing Forum’s official website shows that France will be airing the TV show later this year.

The entry said: “After several decades of interminable waiting, Goku returns in a brand new series to become even stronger! The series will arrive on TV in France end of 2016!

It’s only the end of March right now, so those living in France have to wait for several months until you can see the new series in all its glory.

The TV series will debut in several Asian countries this July or August as Toonami Asia will be showing an English dub version. It’s unknown which company is doing the English dub, but it’s not Funimation.

Sadly, there has been no word on when Dragon Ball Super will be airing in North America. Many are hoping that Funimation gets involved as they did all of the voices for Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z and GT. Not to mention the same voices had to do all of the video games over the years on top of that.

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