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Dragon Ball Ultimate
Created by

Akira Toriyama
FUNimation
Based on

Dragon Ball
by Akira Toriyama
Composer(s)

Bruce Faulconer
Mark Menza
Country of
origin

United States
Japan
France
Original
language(s)
English
Japanese
Executive
producer(s)








Akira Toriyama
Kozo Morishita
Christian Davin
Nicolas Atlan
Yuichi Kinoshita
Marc Harrington
Gen Fukunaga
Showrunners:
Fred Van Lente
Ben Dunn
Production
company(s)





FUNimation Productions
Bird Studio
Toei Animation
Dentsu Entertainment
USA

AB Droits Audiovisuels
Gaumont Animation
Distributor



FUNimation Releasing
AB International
Distribution
Original network


Adult Swim
Fuji TV
AB1
Preceded by



Dragon Ball
Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Ball GT
Dragon Ball Super

Dragon Ball Ultimate is an upcoming animated television series, produced through FUNimation Productions, Dentsu Entertainment USA in America, Bird Studio, Toei Animation in Japan and Gaumont Animation in France. It is loosely based on the Japanese manga series Dragon Ball by Akira Toriyama and is continuation of the anime series that will serve as follow up to Dragon Ball GT and A Hero's Legacy

Production

Given the franchise's popularity in the U.S. and Japan they have teamed up with France to develop a new animated series that takes place after the events of A Hero's Legacy with co-production from FUNimation the anime's license and broadcast studio Akira Toriyama's Bird Studio, Toei Animation, Dentsu USA and Gaumont Animation. The show will featured in an anime-like comic book mold. Goku Jr. and Vegeta Jr. will be featured as the main heroes long with various characters old and new also making an appearence. The show will have two casts one in the U.S. and one in Canada, the American voice cast will be stationed in Los Angeles, California, United States with Christopher R. Sabat as voice director and the show's Canadian voice cast will be stationed at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with Michael Donovan as voice director

The show will be released worldwide through Dentsu USA and through CJ E&M in South Korea. It will air on Adult Swim worldwide and Fuji TV in Japan.

Bruce Faulconer and Mark Menza will score the series like they did for DBZ and DBGT

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