Fans of Akira Toriyama’s famous action anime franchise just got an early holiday gift, as the leading anime platform is now streaming episodes of the three series previously available only on Funimation.
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The narrative symphonic experience brings Toei Animation’s popular ‘Dragon Ball’ anime franchise to life with live vocals, a 60-piece orchestra, and the music of composer Shunsuke Kikuchi; tickets for the immersive multimedia event go on sale March 11.
Toei and original manga creator Akira Toriyama announce second film based on 2015 manga, following 2018’s successful release of ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly.’
New series abound on the streamer with more than a dozen premieres set, including ‘Higurashi When They Cry;’ ‘Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon;’ ‘Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai,’ between now and December 7.
Exclusive panels and screenings from Benjamin Martian and Andrew Koehler, the creators of Adult Swim’s ‘Tigtone,’ industry leader Ian Jones Quartey, ‘Dragon Ball Super’ voice actor Monica Rial, and more.
Twentieth feature film from Dragon Ball Franchise earns record $7 million+ and takes top spot at box office with $5,695 per-screen average.
Twentieth film from the iconic Dragon Ball anime franchise will debut in 1,260 theaters across the U.S. and Canada including 180 digital premium large format screens as a special opening-day-only presentation at select IMAX and Cinemark XD locations.
Invigorated by the 1 million-viewer premiere of Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball Super, Toei Animation Inc. and Funimation Entertainment sign new and renewed license agreements for the franchise, in a variety of merchandise categories.
New deals with multiple licensing partners include a range of apparel categories for the new ‘Dragon Ball Super’ and original ‘Dragon Ball Z’ anime series.
Toei Animation signs El Ocho Licencias y Promociones and Starbright Licensing as agents for newest Dragon Ball series from original creator Akira Toriyama.
‘Dragon Ball Super,” Toei’s latest animated series, set to premiere in 2016 on Turner’s action and anime channel.
Set to launch internationally at MIPCOM 2015, Toei Animation’s ‘Dragon Ball’ IP returns after 18 years with a brand-new series.