With Majin Buu defeated half-a-year prior, peace returns to Earth, where Son Goku (now a radish farmer) and his friends now live peaceful lives. However, a new threat appears in the form of Beerus, the God of Destruction. Considered the most terrifying being in the entire universe, Beerus is eager to fight the legendary warrior seen in a prophecy foretold decades ago known as the Super Saiyan God. The series retells the events from the two Dragon Ball Z films, Battle of Gods and Resurrection 'F' before proceeding to an original story about the exploration of alternate universes.
Did You Know?
None of the themes Norihito Sumitomo composed for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods (2013) and Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F (2015) were reused for the series. He composed new themes for the show. See more
Emperor Pilaf's dog henchman has always been called "Shu." (Rhymes with "new.") But in the English dub of Super, Pilaf calls him "Shao." (Rhymes with "now.") See more
The Portuguese dub retained a number of French-based names as well, likely due to the old dub's immense popularity and notoriety in the country. See more
Harô harô harô
Lyrics by Shingo Kanehiro
Composed by Shingo Kanehiro
Performed by Guddo môningu amerika
(Nippon Columbia / Triad) See more