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Dragon Ball Super Blu-Ray Box Set Releases in September

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Dragon Ball Super Box Set

Fans of Dragon Ball with an inclination for physical media have a large new Dragon Ball Super box set to consider. Crunchyroll announced the release date of the Dragon Ball Super – Series Complete Edition  – Limited Edition Blu-ray Box Set. The set goes up for sale on September 20, 2022.

Check out a photo of the Dragon Ball Super box set.

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Dragon Ball Super is a sequel series to Dragon Ball Z, which finished airing in 2009. Several years have passed since the defeat of Majin Buu and life is peaceful once again. However, new threats loom from across the multiverse, ranging from the advent of Beerus, God of Destruction to the resurrection of Frieza. Dragon Ball Super concluded in 2018, and saw feature-film expansions in the form of Dragon Ball Super: Broly and the upcoming Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero.

The set collects all 131 episodes of the Dragon Ball Super anime series onto twenty Blu-ray discs, divided into ten volumes. Each volume is two discs long and contained in a steel book case. The cases are decorated with illustrations of characters like Goku, Frieza, Beerus, Vegeta, Trunks, Whis, Gohan, and Android 17. The box itself is rigid-walled, with a unique design. The episodes are encoded in 1080p HD native resolution, with the English dub audio in 5.1 Dolby TrueHD and Japanese audio in Dolby TrueHD stereo.

The discs also contain various special features in both English and Japanese. The features include textless opening and closing sequences, interviews with the series’ English voice cast, and more.

Here’s a list of the special features included in the Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray set.

  • Catching Up on the Dragon Ball Universe: Sonny Strait & Savannah Ligaluppi
  • Catching Up on the Dragon Ball Universe: Christopher R. Sabat & Hero D. Sabat
  • Textless Opening & Closing Songs
  • Watching Dragon Ball Super: with Jason Douglas & Ian Sinclair
  • Anime Expo 2017: Interview with Sean Schemmel & Jason Douglas
  • Dragon Ball Super: An Interview with Sean Schemmel
  • Coffee Break with Mai and Trunks
  • Dragon Ball Super at Anime Expo 2018: Interviews with Sonny Strait, Matthew Mercer, & Kyle Hebert
  • Dragon Ball Super: Rawly Pickens & Chuck Huber Answer Twitter
  • Dragon Ball Super: Two Humans and an Android
  • Dragon Ball Super: Twitter Q&A with Sarah Wiedenheft and Dawn Bennett
  • Dragon Ball Super: Interview with Patrick Seitz and Kyle Hebert

The Dragon Ball Super limited edition Blu-ray box set goes on sale on September 20, 2022 and will cost USD $149.99. It’s available for pre-order via Crunchyroll’s online store.

Josh Tolentino
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