By Megan Peters
Dragon Ball Super’s newest episode could have everybody Goku, however the launch had audiences eyeing a slightly unusual character to begin. The anime’s 115th episode debuted earlier this weekend with a really particular cameo, and a few questioned in the event that they acknowledged the person’s voice.
Of course, followers of the present ought to have know the voice already; After all, the cameo was from singer of the anime’s present opening theme.
If you’ve got seen the most recent episode of Dragon Ball Super, you’ll have seen a blond-haired man seem at its begin. The muscular character was proven sporting a Gi similar to the one Goku wears, however the man’s hair was combed down and parted. The beginner launched himself as Kiyoshi Hikawa, and followers could have been stunned to see the identify pop up.
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Dragon Ball Super viewers will know Hikawa for singing “Genkai Toppa x Survivor,” the anime’s present opening. The singer got here into the collection taking part in himself and did the episode’s title name with Masako Nozawa, the voice actress for Goku.
Hikawa’s half in Dragon Ball Super was a short one, however it’s one thing the singer will be happy with. After all, it isn’t on a regular basis a singer-come-actor will get to decorate up like Goku and launch a Kamehameham in an precise anime. If the star is aware of what’s good for him, he’ll be certain that he doesn’t get any stronger… Vegeta is not going to take that form of coaching calmly!
Of course, Hikawa’s cameo within the anime is just not the primary one to be included. In the previous, Dragon Ball Super nodded to Akira Toriyama’s prolonged profession by including in a personality from a previous work of his, Dr. Slump. Arale Norimaki was included in two filler episodes of Dragon Ball Super through the ‘Universe 6’ and ‘Future Trunks’ sagas.
Dragon Ball Super‘s “Universal Survival” saga is a part of the current simulcast settlement that websites like Crunchyroll and Funimation have scored. Dragon Ball Super airs on Crunchyroll Saturdays at 7:15 p.m. CST. Toonami airs the English dub on Adult Swim Saturdays at 11:30 p.m.