Entire Dragon Ball saga now streaming on Crunchyroll

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The Crunchyroll and Funimation merger became official earlier this month and we’re seeing the first huge addition head to the Crunchyroll library today.

The original Toei adaptations of Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT are now on the platform, joining Dragon Ball Super. Dragon Ball and GT will have both English dubs and Japanese audio. Z will only be available as an English dub.

The series will be available only for U.S., Canada, New Zealand and Australia.

On March 1, we learned that Funimation was merging their library into Crunchyroll’s service including Funimation’s subsidiary Wakanim and Crunchy’s VRV. The move made more than 1600 hours of content newly available on Crunchyroll along with a promise that a majority of the content would be available by the end of the month.

“All new series from the upcoming Spring season – the biggest on record to be announced soon – will stream only on Crunchyroll; Funimation will continue to add new episodes of current series,” Crunchyroll said in a press release.

Crunchyroll subscription prices have not (and reportedly will not) change as a result of the merger. Ad-free subscriptions on Crunchyroll start at $7.99.

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