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Dec 02, 2016 05:02 AM EST

‘Dragon Ball Super’ Spoilers, News, Update: Funimation Revealed ‘Dragon Ball Super’ English Dub Voice Actors [VIDEO]

Earlier this year, Funimation made it known that they would be bringing "Dragon Ball Super" anime series outside of Japan with newly acquired simulcast rights. Now, the entertainment company sent DBS fans into a frenzy when it unleashed the voice actors who would be providing English dubbing for the popular anime series.

The entertainment company has officially announced the full English voice-over cast for the "Dragon Ball Super" anime series, which is currently streaming online at the company's Japanese, English subtitled format. The new anime series will feature the return of series veterans Seán Schemmel as the main protagonist Son Goku and King Kai, Christopher R. Sabat will handle the voice of Vegeta and Piccolo. While Jason Douglas will be Beerus, Sonny Strait as Krillin and Ian Sinclair as Whis, according to IGN.

The "Dragon Ball Super" anime series picks up after the battle of Goku with Majin Buu, as well as the main protagonist's attempts to maintain Earth's fragile peace. The anime series original creator, Akira Toriyama, oversees the "Dragon Ball Super" English Dub version.

Nevertheless, Toei Animation President Masayuki Eno stated that they are excited to welcome back their friends and talented newcomers in making "Dragon Ball Super" as special as it can be for fans across the United States. Funimation has been an extraordinary partner in developing the anime series for English audiences, Funimation reported.

In addition, Funimation is throwing out another treat for the fans of "Dragon Ball Super," as the studio has released a sneak peek of the upcoming English dub, wherein Son Goku is spotted front-and-center with King Kai. The video clip shows the main protagonist scarfing down his seventh massive bowl of fried rice while the king of the North Area works on his car and scolds the Saiyan, Comic Book reported.

Watch The Video Here:

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