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Here’s how you can watch Dragon Ball Super episode 113 “With Great Joy! The Fighting Freak Saiyan’s Battle Rejoined!!” English Dub online or on TV.

Base form Goku squares off against Super Saiyan 2 Caulifla on Dragon Ball Super episode 113 this Saturday night! Titled “With Great Joy! The Fighting Freak Saiyan’s Battle Rejoined!!” the English dub of the episode will premiere on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim Block at 11 p.m. ET. You can catch Dragon Ball Super’s latest chapter online at Adult Swim’s official live stream or with a free seven-day trial at Fubo TV.

The preview trailer abovebelow shows Goku reaching into his bag of tricks to show his mastery of martial arts can overcome raw power… Even when his opponent is in Super Saiyan 2 form! Caulifla appears bewildered and exclaims “What is this?!” as seemingly multiple Gokus surround her. Throwing a punch accomplishes nothing as Caulifla discovers the real Goku is standing right behind her! Goku’s kick sends Caulifla flying into a close-by mountain, in true Dragon Ball fashion. Looks like King Kai’s training all these years paid off for Goku.


Fans who simply can’t wait to watch Dragon Ball Super episode 113 and have a FunimationNow premium subscription can watch the Japanese subbed edition right now. The Japanese subbed version of this episode is titled “With Great Joy! The Repeat Battle-Crazy Saiyan Fight!!” on Funimation.

Episode title translated in Japanese: “嬉々として! 戦闘狂サイヤ人バトル再び!!”
Romaniji version: “Kiki to Shite! Sentō-kyō Saiya-jin Batoru Futatabi!!”
Transcription of Japanese Title: “With Gusto! Another Combat-Crazy Saiyan Battle!”
Source of Japanese to English translation: Wikipedia

Missed last week’s episode? No problem! Episode 112 “A Saiyan Oath! Vegeta’s Resolve!!” airs at 8:30 p.m. ET this Saturday. The prior week’s episode currently always airs during that time slot and the same live stream options apply.

Dragon Ball Super : Live Stream Details

Date: Saturday, June 1
Start Time: 11 p.m. ET
Episode: “With Great Joy! The Fighting Freak Saiyan’s Battle Rejoined!!”
TV Channel: Cartoon Network
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on Adult Swim’s official live stream

Catch recent English dubbed episodes of Dragon Ball Super over at AdultSwim.com. Funimation.com also has the majority of episodes English dubbed (1-91) and episodes past (1-131) what’s being aired tonight on Adult Swim in Japanese with English subtitles available.

Subscribers to the FunimationNow! service have the major added benefit of no commercials. If you’re looking to watch the series with English dubbing from the beginning, Funimation or the Blu-ray sets are an excellent place to start.

Check out more Dragon Ball Super updates in our Dragon Ball Super category page!

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Dragon Ball Super episode 115 live stream: Watch ‘Goku Vs. Kefla! Super Saiyan Blue Beaten?’ online
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Photo Credit: Funimation / Toei Animation

Here’s how to watch Toonami online and see Adult Swim’s Dragon Ball Super live stream of Season 1 Episode 115, “Goku Vs. Kefla! Super Saiyan Blue Beaten?”

Cartoon Network will air the latest English dubbed Dragon Ball Super episode at 11 p.m. ET this Saturday (6/15/19) on Adult Swim’s Toonami block. You can watch Toonami online at Adult Swim’s official live stream or with a free seven-day trial at Fubo TV.

The preview trailer abovebelow shows Caulifla and Kale have fused together into ‘Kefla’ thanks to the use of Potara earrings. Goku will go Super Saiyan Blue in response… But will it be enough?

Dragon Ball Super episode 115, “Goku Vs. Kefla! Super Saiyan Blue Beaten?” was written by Toshio Yoshitaka and directed by Takahiro Imamura. The episode originally aired in Japan on November 12, 2017.

Fans who simply can’t wait to watch Dragon Ball Super Season 1 Episode 115 and have a FunimationNow premium subscription can watch the Japanese subbed edition right now. The Japanese subbed version of this episode is titled “Goku vs Kefla! Super Saiyan Blue Defeated?!” on Funimation.

English Subbed Episode Title: “Goku VS Kefla! Super Saiyan Blue Defeated!?”
English Dubbed Episode Title: “Goku Vs. Kefla! Super Saiyan Blue Beaten?”
Episode title in Japanese: “悟空VSケフラ! 超サイヤ人ブルー敗れる!?”
Romaji transcription version: “Gokū vāsasu Kefura! Sūpāsaiya-jin Burū Yabureru!?”
Source of Japanese to English translation: Wikipedia

Missed last week’s episode? No problem! Episode 115 “Bloodcurdling! The Explosive Birth of a New Super Warrior!” airs at 8:30 p.m. ET this Saturday. The prior week’s episode currently always airs during that time slot and the same live stream options apply. Be sure to check out a preview trailer and quick rundown for last week’s Dragon Ball Super episode.

Dragon Ball Super Live Stream Details

Date: Saturday, June 15
Start Time: 11 p.m. ET
Episode: “Goku Vs. Kefla! Super Saiyan Blue Beaten?”
TV Channel: Cartoon Network
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on Adult Swim’s official live stream

If you’re looking to watch the series with English dubbing from the beginning, the Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray sets are an excellent place to start.

Catch recent English dubbed episodes of Dragon Ball Super over at AdultSwim.com. Funimation.com also has the majority of episodes English dubbed (1-91) and episodes past (1-131) what’s being aired tonight on Adult Swim in Japanese with English subtitles available.

Subscribers to the FunimationNow! service have the major added benefit of no commercials.

Check out more Dragon Ball Super live stream updates in our Dragon Ball Super category page!

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Dragon Ball Super Season 1 Episode 114 live stream: Watch online
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Here’s how you can watch Dragon Ball Super Season 1 Episode 114 “Bloodcurdling! The Explosive Birth of a New Super Warrior!” (English dub) online or on TV.

Kale and Caulifla look to fuse together in the battle against Goku on Dragon Ball Super Season 1 Episode 114 this Saturday night (6/8/19)! Titled “Bloodcurdling! The Explosive Birth of a New Super Warrior!” the English dub of the episode will premiere on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim/Toonami Block at 11 p.m. ET. You can catch Dragon Ball Super’s latest chapter online at Adult Swim’s official live stream or with a free seven-day trial at Fubo TV.

The preview trailer abovebelow shows Kale getting comfortable in her Legendary Super Saiyan form. It appears they’ll try to fight Goku two on one before finally fusing together against this “stupendous enemy!”

Fans who simply can’t wait to watch Dragon Ball Super Season 1 Episode 114 and have a FunimationNow premium subscription can watch the Japanese subbed edition right now. The Japanese subbed version of this episode is titled “Intimidating Passion! The Birth of a New Super Warrior!!” on Funimation.

English Subbed Episode Title: “Intimidating Passion! The Birth of a New Super Warrior!!”
English Dubbed Episode Title: “Bloodcurdling! The Explosive Birth of a New Super Warrior!”
Episode title in Japanese: “鬼気せまる! 新たな超戦士の爆誕!!”
Romaji version: “Kiki semaru! Aratana chō sen-shi no bakutan!!”
Source of Japanese to English translation: Wikipedia

Missed last week’s episode? No problem! Episode 113 “With Great Joy! The Fighting Freak Saiyans’ Battle Rejoined!” airs at 8:30 p.m. ET this Saturday. The prior week’s episode currently always airs during that time slot and the same live stream options apply. Be sure to check out a preview trailer/quick rundown for last week’s Dragon Ball Super episode.

Dragon Ball Super Season 1 Episode 114 Live Stream Details

Date: Saturday, June 8
Start Time: 11 p.m. ET
Episode: “Bloodcurdling! The Explosive Birth of a New Super Warrior!”
TV Channel: Cartoon Network
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on Adult Swim’s official live stream

Catch recent English dubbed episodes of Dragon Ball Super over at AdultSwim.com. Funimation.com also has the majority of episodes English dubbed (1-91) and episodes past (1-131) what’s being aired tonight on Adult Swim in Japanese with English subtitles available.

Subscribers to the FunimationNow! service have the major added benefit of no commercials. If you’re looking to watch the series with English dubbing from the beginning, Funimation or the Blu-ray sets are an excellent place to start.

Check out more Dragon Ball Super updates in our Dragon Ball Super category page!

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Dragon Ball Super: Broly out now in movie theaters across USA, Canada
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Dragon Ball Super: Broly out now in movie theaters across USA, Canada - Photo Still Credit: Akira Toriyama (Creator) / Funimation / Toei Animation / Toei Company / 20th Century Fox
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The long anticipated English dub of Dragon Ball Super: Broly is officially out in 1,260 cinemas across the U.S. and Canada today (1/16/19).

The time is finally upon us, The Legendary Super Saiyan Broly makes his grand return in Dragon Ball Super: Broly, a chapter that marks the 20th film for the franchise. Check out DragonBallSuperOfficial.com to find out what theater locations are playing the film by you!

*There’s a “Where To Watch” search bar on the site below the movie poster graphic of Goku and Vegeta when you scroll down. You can enter your city and state or ZIP code there for local movie theaters playing the film.

It’s the franchise’s first movie under the Dragon Ball Super label, as Resurrection F still owned the iconic Dragon Ball Z moniker ahead of it. Dragon Ball Super: Broly builds upon the success Resurrection F established at the box office, which grossed $8.4M in North America, breaking records for the highest grossing event style theatrical release in the U.S.

Nobody ever forgot the Legendary Super Saiyan’s immense dislike of Goku and resulting chaotic rage. The Carnage of the Dragon Ball universe if you will. Broly despising Kakarot goes all the way back to the time two two were newborns, and Goku’s incessant crying was driving Broly up the wall. Mostly, Broly’s character’s design is just plain cool!

Dragon Ball Super: Broly film poster featuring Broly, Goku, and Vegeta – – Photo Still Credit: Akira Toriyama (Creator) / Funimation / Toei Animation / Toei Company /
20th Century Fox

Everything about Broly spells unpredictable havoc and demeanor, no multi episode buildup necessary. From his overall move set including green light energy blasts (Eraser Cannon) / shields to raging lariats and smashing punches, Broly has always captivated an audience effortlessly. A Saiyan of few words really, his uttering of Kakarot and subsequent rage says everything you need to know.

Broly just owns the screen in every scene he’s in whether he’s battling Goku, Vegeta, Gohan or simply threatening to destroy the locals’ planet for a laugh. It’s one of those guilty pleasure, anarchy style leads that just works from minute 1 like Trevor Philips from Grand Theft Auto V.

Dragon Ball Super Film Trailer and Synopsis:

A planet destroyed, a powerful race reduced to nothing. After the devastation of Planet Vegeta, three Saiyans were scattered among the stars, destined for different fates.

 

While two found a home on Earth, the third was raised with a burning desire for vengeance and developed an unbelievable power. And the time for revenge has come. Destinies collide in a battle that will shake the universe to its very core!

 

Goku is back to training hard so he can face the most powerful foes the universes have to offer, and Vegeta is keeping up right beside him. But when they suddenly find themselves against an unknown Saiyan, they discover a terrible, destructive force. Locked into battle with the formidable Broly, Goku and Vegeta face their most dangerous opponent yet!

Potential minor spoiler ahead for those who haven’t been keeping up with news on the film:

Not only is Broly back in the film trailer but so is Frieza and reportedly the one and only Raditz in flashbacks… The animation in the film trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Broly is simply beautiful, top level much like Resurrection F before it and even more aesthetic.

Vegeta defending a punch from Broly in Dragon Ball Super: Broly film – Photo Still Credit: Akira Toriyama (Creator) / Funimation / Toei Animation / Toei Company /
20th Century Fox

Gen Fukunaga, CEO and President of Funimation on Dragon Ball Super: Broly:

“We’re truly excited to finally share ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ with audiences across North America.

 

Tomorrow represents the culmination of an incredible theatrical campaign that put fans front and center while simultaneously introducing Dragon Ball for the first-time-ever to millions of families in the U.S. and Canada.

 

Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ truly showcases creator Akira Toriyama’s incredible imagination and masterful storytelling. The movie is sure to please long-time fans as well as win the hearts of those experiencing Dragon Ball for the very first time.”

Dragon Ball Super english voice cast talks Broly film, Resurrection R for Raditz, voice acting

I personally had an opportunity to interview the Dragon Ball Super: Broly voice cast at last year’s New York Comic Con (2018)! My request for a Raditz comeback actually brought on voice actor Justin Cook (Raditz) to make a cameo and say, “Bring Raditz back! Resurrection R“, come on!”

The cast including Sean Schemmel (Goku), Jason Douglas (Beerus), Ian Sinclair (Whis), and Monica Rial (Bulma) spoke positively and mused about the possibility of a Resurrection R! For Raditz fans, a flashback in Dragon Ball Super: Broly is the first step in a comeback for Dragon Ball Z’s pioneer super villain.

One that for many early viewers of Cartoon Network’s Toonami opened up a world of anime they never knew existed prior. Where an antagonist turned the hero’s world upside down not just through acts of villainy but by revealing truth of his real origins.

Goku in Dragon Ball Super: Broly film – Photo Still Credit: Akira Toriyama (Creator) / Funimation / Toei Animation / Toei Company /
20th Century Fox

Catch up on Broly’s prior runs of unadulterated chaos and destruction with the Dragon Ball Z: Broly Triple Feature Blu-ray!

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