(Thank you for visiting Where to View, which offers a simple and straightforward response to the query, “Hey, where can I watch this thing?” The Dragon Ball series is included in this collection.
Despite being around since 1986, the anime series Dragon Ball is still popular today. In fact, it is now having a very successful year thanks to the anticipated 2022 release of a new Dragon Ball Supermovie. You’ll have just enough time to watch all 600 Dragon Ball franchise episodes! I assume you didn’t have any other plans.
There are at least 300 hours ahead of you, so don’t waste any time (not to mention all the movies). Here is a list of all the Dragon Ball franchise shows that you can stream or buy.
The original adventure, Dragon Ball, would follow the exploits of a young Son Goku, an alien with no goal because he struck his head and has no memory. Dragon Ball is merely five amusing seasons of Goku learning to battle and taking down enemies while traversing the globe on his flying nimbus cloud. Forget about all that taking over the planet bullshit. It introduces the enduring favourites Krillin and Bulma as well as other well-known and beloved characters.
The five seasons of Dragon Ball are all streamable on Hulu and Funimation.
You can encounter some difficulties if your goal is to possess it digitally. The prices, for starters, vary greatly. Sadly, season 2 cannot be purchased at all, however season one can be easily purchased on Amazon Prime for $15.75. The final three seasons can be purchased for about $50 each.
Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Ball Z, the longest and most seen episode of the series, flashes into Goku’s future. Although he doesn’t appear to have aged much psychologically, our hero is now married and has a child. However, Goku’s childlike demeanour is a trademark of his and is incredibly useful in preserving some of the original silliness amid this darker sequence of events. Dragon Ball Z is where we find out more about Goku’s origins, meet Vegeta for the first time, and most significantly, it’s when the “it’s over 9000” meme first appeared, which the internet has yet to shake off.
Dragon Ball ZonFunimation can be streamed.
Like Dragon Ball, some seasons of the show aren’t available for purchase on Amazon Prime. The cost of those that are varies greatly, from a pleasant $15 to an expensive $95. (Season 1 contains the finest memes, which is the only rationale for its exorbitant pricing.)
Dragon Ball Z Kai
A remastered version of Dragon Ball Z is called Dragon Ball Z Kai. The “filler” episodes in this series have been cut in order to make the series more palatable and plot-focused. New voice recordings in dub are included as well as in HD. The show’s adaptation for western audiences turned out to be a considerably more accurate representation of its author Akira Toriyama’s manga series. Its fatal defect is that it’s really elusive.
The show may be purchased on Amazon Prime for about $50 per season but is not streamable.
Dragon Ball GT
This may provide some solace if the marathon is starting to get to you.
With only 64 episodes, Dragon Ball GT is the shortest of the series but also the most skippable. It was produced independently of the series creator Toriyama and isn’t regarded as canon. Despite this, there is a tonne of action and strong transitions. If you’re a purist, you might want to investigate the topic of all the talk.
Both Funimation and Hulu offer streaming for the show.
Dragon Ball Super
On Amazon Prime, individual episodes can be purchased for $1.99 each.
Vegeta and Goku in Dragon Ball Super experience the kind of strong villains that force them to continue developing their powers. With only 13 episodes per season, the most recent season of the series, Super, which debuted in 2015, is significantly shorter than those that came before it.
Streaming of Dragon Ball Super is available on Crunchyroll and Funimation.