Toonami Teases 'Dragon Ball Super' English Dub Version Preview; January 2017 Release Date Confirmed [VIDEO]

'Dragon Ball Super' continues to invade the international scene as the much-awaited English dub version of the hit series is all set to air in Toonami. And to keep the hype going, a short preview was released recently, giving fans a glimpse of what to expect when it airs next year.

On Monday, Toonami announced that "Dragon Ball Super" English dub version will finally land on Southeast Asia, along with India. This comes after the announcement made last November 10, informing fans that Toei Animation successfully acquired the rights to air "Dragon Ball Super." Fans will be pleased to know that the series is all set to air on January 21, 2017.

To give fans a glimpse of the "Dragon Ball Super" English dub version, Toonami released a short clip recently, promoting the upcoming release. Aside from that, the official trailer is already announced to air on December 17, 2016.

The upcoming "Dragon Ball Super" English dub version marks the first international release for the latest "Dragon Ball" franchise. The series, despite being shown in Japanese, drew a massive fan base overseas. Having an English version of the show will definitely give a whole new meaning to it.

Other "Dragon Ball" franchise already aired on Toonami including "Dragon Ball Z" and "Dragon Ball Z Kai." The addition of "Dragon Ball Super" to the network's roster is definitely a good move considering the show's popularity and demand.

Meanwhile, "Dragon Ball Super" fans in the U.S. and Canada may not be able to get the English dub version at the same time since FUNimation, the company that landed the distribution rights to the series, has not announced its availability. However, fans in the U.S. and Canada can still enjoy subtitled version through their FUNimationNow service. 

Check out the short preview of "Dragon Ball Super" English dub version airing on Toonami next year on the video below:

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