Dragon Ball Super’s Intro Makes My Inner Child So Happy

Dragon Ball Super’s Intro Makes My Inner Child So Happy

Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, Gohan, Goten, and Trunks — they’re all there! My middle-school self is so happy right now, you guys.

In the nearly 18 years since Dragon Ball GT went off the air in Japan, there’s been a severe lack off new Dragon Ball on Japanese TV. And while we’ve had severalmovies and specials since then, it’s never quite been enough. But all that changed when Dragon Ball Super started its TV run in Japan this morning.

And while I can’t direct you to the full episode (as no western release has been announced), I can at least show you the anime’s opening and let your inner children have a nostalgic romp with mine.

[Source: User “Dragonball” on Dailymotion]

Dragon Ball Super airs on Fuji TV every Sunday morning in Japan. There is currently no word on a Western release. Top image: Toei Animation[Fuji TV] Kotaku East is your slice of Asian internet culture, bringing you the latest talking points from Japan, Korea, China and beyond. Tune in every morning from 4am to 8am.

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  • Watched the first episode last night. A little slow but still silly and about what I expected from the first few episodes. Can’t wait to see more of it.

    • 16 episodes of talking and threats, 5 episodes of powering up and 2 episodes of fighting, ahh the dragon ball recipe 😀

    • Almost all the best 80’s and 90’s TV show theme songs were by Shuki Levy – Inspector Gadget, MASK, He-Man, She-Ra, X-Men, Power Rangers, Ocean DBZ, Sumaria Pizza Cats and anything Saban.

      • WTF this bloke wrote pretty much all the theme songs for my childhood, why was I not aware of this fello? Well book marking his site now as it has all the themes there.

  • I do not understand why that snake did not explode into tiny giblets from a single punch.

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