Dragon Ball Super Voice Actors Reveals Info About Series Finale & The Future!
Hey guys! We still haven’t gotten any spoilers yet but we’ve gotten some interviews where the voice actors of the Japanese Dragon Ball Super share their take on the finale episode. They all have something positive to say about the future. Once again, I would like to thank Herms98 for the awesome translations!
Dragon Ball Super is about to air its highly-anticipated finale episode of the Tournament of Power arc, and it’s a milestone climax that fans will be watching all over the world, in some of the biggest screening events. With so much hype around Dragon Ball Super‘s ending, and future, right now, iconic voice actor cast for the show share their thoughts –
Android 17 – “Surely nobody would have predicted 17 would remain to the final episode. Since it seemed like he died blowing himself up…right? Funny that the last ones left are 17, Freeza, and Goku. These three teaming up…it won’t just be a battle, it will be an incredible chemical reaction. Toriyama-sensei provided the original draft, so it’s sure to be an unpredictable climax.
I think everyone will be satisfied by it. It will be a very Dragon Ball-like conclusion. I’m looking forward to Toriyama-sensei thinking up what comes next so that I can meet everyone again!” Vegeta – “All you fans, please enjoy the climax of Dragon Ball Super. But it’s not like this is the end of Dragon Ball itself. I hope I’ll be able to deliver thrills to you all again in the future.”
Piccolo – “Dragon Ball has become a series for all generations and all the world. I think the final episode will be enjoyable not only for children, but for all the adults too. While this episode marks the end of the TV anime for now, I expect that it will probably start up again. Of course everyone should look forward to the movie in December, but also look forward to what will happen afterwards!”
Master Roshi – “Kame-sennin trained before the Tournament of Power, so now it seems that he’s moved beyond being tempted by cute girls (laughs). I’m hoping that after the Tournament of Power, he goes back to his old self (laughs). Dragon Ball isn’t ending here, so I’m looking forward to seeing along with everyone else where the series and where Kame-sennin go from here.”
Android 18 – “17 saves 18, 18 saves 17, during downtime the two of them can communicate with just a glance, their hearts beat in unison…it’s been a long time since I was able to reconfirm my bond with 17. I think this reunion has been splendid. 17 has survived to the final episode, so I’m cheering him on as hard as I can. I want you all to cheer him on too. It’s sure to be a wonderful climax!”
Tien – “I heard that director (Ryota) Nakamura spent about three months drawing the storyboards for the final episode. Having just finished the recording session and seen the storyboards, their quality is enough to make me almost believe this. Incredible! I think this might turn out to be an amazing final episode.”
Krillin – “But moving on to the final episode and its highlights, Freeza’s battle is really amazing and so is Kuririn’s brother-in-law 17. I won’t spoil anything, but please cheer on all of the remaining warriors. Still, from Kuririn’s perspective, he was killed once before by Freeza, so he can’t voice his feelings…When Goku went to invite Freeza to the Tournament of Power, he had mixed emotions.”
Oh, I ended up talking about Kuririn again. Anyway, though this is the climax to the Universe Survival arc, Dragon Ball will definitely keep on going, so this doesn’t really feel like the final episode. The TV anime may end, but there’s still the movie and games…I think it’ll be back again before too long! Great news, right?
As for what we learn about the finale episode (131) this week: Tanaka teases that Freeza’s final battle with Jiren is the “must-see” event of the episode. Midorikawa teases a particular image or scene that he once saw in storyboard mode, but was blown away by when he saw the completed version. We’re super curious to see what that visual is.