The premiere of the summer in terms of anime will certainly be ‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’which has already been premiered in style in Japan and even the same Akira Toriyama he is very happy with the result.
In Spain we will still have to wait a little longer for the new film in the saga, but Crunchyroll has already set the premiere date in our country for the september 2. Not only that, but they have responded to requests from fans and have confirmed that in addition to Spanish it can also be seen dubbed in Catalan.
Respecting the dubbing
When Crunchyroll confirmed that it would distribute the “Dragon Ball” movie internationally, alarms went off about whether it would arrive dubbed and whether the dubbing that the series has had so far would be respected.
Shortly after revealing its trailer, Crunchyroll has confirmed the full cast for the film and sure enough The voices that could be heard in the ‘Dragon Ball Super’ series have been respected. In Spanish we have a cast led by Paul Dominguez like Goku, Francis Prietor as Vegeta, Nonia of the Gala like bulma, Angels Neira like Krillin, Pilar Valdes like bread, Luis Fernando Rios like piccolo, Andrew Lopez like Carmen, Manuel Fernandez like Beerus, John Louis Aguayo as Gamma 1 and Nacho Ruiz-Cruces like gamma 2.
Yes, there has been a small change and it is that Miguel Babio goes on to double Goten and Barnabas Rico to Trunks, although it makes sense because both characters are now older and Rico in particular already doubled as Future Trunks in the series.
And also in Catalan
The trailer for ‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ in Catalan but its voice cast for the film has also been confirmed, respecting the dubbing actors of the series.
Marc Zani will be Goku once again, with Joan Sanz like Vegeta, Roser Contreras like bulma, Alfonso Valles like Beerus, David Jenner like gohan, Martha Barbara like Krillin, Xavi Fernandez like piccolo, Alex Estadella like Trunks Cesc Martinez as Gamma 1 and Hector Garcia like gamma 2.
For now there is no news of other dubbing in Spain and it is already a precedent that Crunchyroll has launched to make a dubbing in Catalan. It may be confirmed later in Galician and Basque, but we will have to wait and see if the platform is encouraged to include other languages for the premiere.