If you were hoping to sit down for a new subbed episode of Dragon Ball Super, think again. Toei Animation has no plans of releasing a brand-new episode this weekend, so your local dub will have to suffice for tonight.
This week, Dragon Ball Super is on an off-week in Japan. Fuji TV will be airing the Tokyo Marathon instead, so it will be preoccupied. Episode 129 will get its release next week on March 4, so fans can mark their calendars for that.
Of course, US audiences can still watch Dragon Ball Super live if they are into its dub. Toonami will share a new episode of its dub tonight when episode 52 goes live.
Fans may be bummed out over the anime’s one-week hiatus, but it has stretched out its lifespan a bit. Dragon Ball Super will end after episode 131, so you can check out its remain release schedule below:
- This Week: Break
March 4: Episode 129
March 11: Break
March 18: Episode 130
March 25: Episode 131
As for the dub, Toonami still has a ways to go before it is all caught up. Its English dub just entered the ‘Future Trunks’ arc this year and is a few episodes in at this point. So far, fans have praised the dub’s cast for its on-point performances as Eric Vale returned to voice Future Trunks and Sean Schemmel stepped up to voice Goku Black.