Dragon Ball Super, the newest anime TV series from Toei Animation starring the Dragon Ball characters, has been airing exclusively in Japan since July 2015. The series has gained wide popularity since its release.
Currently, the season has seen 18 episodes sail past, where Dragon Ball fans have seen the epic war between Goku and Lord Beerus, God of Destruction, thanks to Goku for powering up to Super Saiyan God, he was able to save Earth.
At present, following Vegeta training under Whis for six months, Goku also wants to train under the master. Episode 18 was all about how Goku too manages to get a spot to train under him.
Meanwhile, there has been a confirmation of Dragon Ball Super's "English-language world premiere for Southeast Asia and India". Something that might leave the Dragon Ball Super fans green-eyed, but it gives hope that the TV series will finally be coming in English language. Originally, the TV series was only in Japanese, which is airing it on Fuji TV.
Dragon Ball Super will be debuting in Southeast Asia and India in mid-2016, thanks to Toonami Asia. A press release from Toonami confirmed its plans for this part of Asia.
"This announcement is huge for fanboys and girls in Asia. Dragon Ball is undoubtedly the original and world's biggest anime export, and is a cornerstone of our programming on Toonami," said Mark Eyers, Chief Content Officer for Turner's Kids Networks in Asia Pacific.
He added, "Since the channel launched in 2012, Toonami has been airing episodes of Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball Z Kai, and to premiere Dragon Ball Super demonstrates the channel's continued commitment to securing must-have and must-see content, first on Toonami."
Meanwhile, there is no news on a possible English language version of Dragon Ball Super for the western markets.