DRAGON BALL SUPER Reveals New Characters, Narrators

Dragon Ball Super Posters
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Reviews ‘DRAGON BALL SUPER’ Reveals New characters, narrators, posters, design, villains of story. A new poster for Dragon Ball Z Super Battle of Gods has been revealed, and it shows two new characters that will be introduced in the new series.

The poster shows that Beerus and Whis, two characters introduced in the Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods movie, will be appearing in the new TV series. The poster also shows two unnamed characters who resemble Beerus and Whis.

12 Important Voice and Characters in new released “Dragon Ball Super” Battle of Gods

  1. Masako Nozawa as Son Goku
  2. Masako Nozawa as Son Gohan
  3. Masako Nozawa as Son Goten
  4. Ryo Horikawa as Vegeta
  5. Hiromi Tsuru as Bulma
  6. Takeshi Kusao as Trunks
  7. Mayumi Tanaka as Krillin
  8. Masaharu Satou as Kame-Sen’nin
  9. Toshio Furukawa as Piccolo
  10. Naoko Watanabe as Chi-Chi
  11. Yuko Minaguchi as Videl
  12. Unshou Ishizuka as Mr. Satan
  13. Kôzô Shioya as Majin Buu
  14. Kouichi Yamadera as God of Destruction Beerus
  15. Masakazu Morita as Whis
  16. Jouji Yanami as the narrator

Anime Series synopsis:
It seems that whatever warrior race Lord Beerus and Whis belong to, they aren’t the last of their kind.

The first poster for Dragon Ball Super gives us a look at our usual cast of characters including Son Goku, Gohan, Goten, Trunks, Vegeta, Picollo and more. However, there are two mystery characters included as well and they appear to have a villainous slant. Is it misdirection or are these two, evil-versions of Beerus and Whis?

Another possibility is that just as there are many Kai’s in the Dragon Ball universe, perhaps there are also many Elder Gods. With Beerus being the God of Destruction, perhaps his plumper counterpart in the poster is some other God?

Perhaps he’s come to test Beerus and Whis’ new students, Goku and Vegeta? Maybe he has his own pupils? Each week, we learn something new about Dragon Ball Super but that only leads to more questions.

Dragon Ball Super premieres in Japan on July 5th. We’ll keep you posted on details of a subbed, simulcast when it’s announced.