Notice to Dragon Ball fans! All five series of the mythical manga are finally coming to France and it’s coming very soon. Here is where and when you can (re)discover the adventures of Goku and his troupe.
DNA hit hard yesterday. This Tuesday, November 22, the streaming platform announced that it had recovered the rights to broadcast the complete Dragon Ball. Early fans, like the most nostalgic, will be able to find all the adventures of Goku and his friends very soon.
The complete Dragon Ball is coming to DNA
Bad luck for Netflix and Crunchyroll, it’s finally DNA who gets their hands on one of the most popular anime series in the world. From Goku in his early days to the battles of Dragon Ball Super, the streaming platform will broadcast all five series. This therefore includes:
- Dragon Ball (153 episodes)
- Dragon Ball Z (291 episodes)
- Dragon Ball GT (64 episodes)
- Dragon Ball Z Kai (167 episodes)
- Dragon Ball Super (131 episodes)
Not all series will arrive at the same time, but Dragon Ball (1986) will arrive from December 15, as will DBZ Kai. Be careful however for VOSTFR purists, the series will only be available in VF at first. The opportunity for the most nostalgic to find the emblematic voice of Brigitte Lecordier, in the skin of Son Goku as a child. The original version with subtitles will be available later. DBGT and DB Super will then be added on January 4, 2023, while the first version of DBZ will be released later, at a date yet to be determined.
A boon for fans and neophytes alike who will finally be able to find the adaptations of Akira Toriyama’s manga in one and the same place. Until then, it was only possible to view these series in France through DVD and Blu-ray packs. The legal manga streaming platform has clearly just achieved a masterstroke, while Netflix France has expressed interest in obtaining the broadcasting rights on numerous occasions. As a reminder, theDNA subscription costs €6.99 per month or €59.99 per year.