Dragon Ball Super September 2015 Schedule, Resurrection F Episodes Tease

Last time on Dragon Ball Super, Goku attained a new power with the help of Vegeta, Gohan, Trunks, Goten, Videl, and his unborn grandchild. Now it’s time for our hero to take on the latest threat to Earth’s peace as Super Saiyan God Goku gears up to battle God of Destruction Beerus! How will this clash of titans fare? We’ll have to find out by watching the next few episodes of Dragon Ball Super! Below is the September 2015 schedule. It’s worth noting the titles are translations and may change if the episodes are to ever be officially released by FUNimation.

  • September 06, 2015
    Dragon Ball Super Episode 09 – Sorry About the Wait, Beerus-sama — Finally, Super Saiyan God is Born!
  • September 13, 2015
    Dragon Ball Super Episode 10 – Show Me, Goku! The Power of Super Saiyan God!!
  • September 20, 2015
    Dragon Ball Super Episode 11 – Let’s Keep Going Beerus-sama! The Battle of Gods Continues!
  • September 27, 2015
    Dragon Ball Super Episode 12 – The Universe Crumbles?! Clash! The God of Destruction vs Super Saiyan God!
  • October 04, 2015
    Dragon Ball Super Episode 13 – Goku, Go Surpass Super Saiyan God!

As all fans know, these past few months, Toei Animation’s latest series has been retelling the story of the 2013 feature film, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods. We reported here back in July on Saiyan Island, Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama revealed Dragon Ball Super will also cover Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F before it takes viewers into an original story of Goku and Vegeta traveling to a different universe. The first two images which tease the 2015 movie saga been revealed as they show Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Goku and Vegeta along with Golden Frieza.

The images are actually covers of the standard and limited edition CDs of Dragon Ball Super’s opening theme, “Chozetsu ☆ Dynamic!”, by Japanese artist Kazuya Yoshii. They go on sale in Japan on October 7 and will include an English version of “Chozetsu ☆ Dynamic”, a cover of the original Dragon Ball’s ending theme song (“I’ll Give You Romance”), and instrumental versions of both songs. The limited edition version will also come packed with a bonus music video DVD, which includes the opening theme. A preview can be seen below.


Source: Kanzenshuu