New Dragon Ball Super‘s Intro Brings Back All Our Old Favorites, Plus Gratuitous Power-Ups!

*Three episodes later*


DragonBall Super: OPENING 1080p! by EunaTalbott

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If you, too, share fond memories of waking up early on Saturday mornings to watch the original English dubbed version of Dragon Ball Z, then the opening for the brand new Dragon Ball Super should stir up some real feelings. The entire gang is here: Trunks, Gohan, Master Roshi, Vegeta, and more! Of course, everyone’s favorite DBZ scenes are back: gratuitous power-ups. Aw yeah.

Dragon Ball Super opened this past weekend in Japan, and there’s no news about a stateside release.

(via Comic Book Resources)

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