Dragon Ball NYCC Special Panel Reveals Special Guests and Host

    A mysterious new teaser to be shown.

    Toei Animation revealed the upcoming Dragon Ball Special Panel at New York Comic Con (NYCC) 2023 will be hosted by Bulma voice actress Monica Rial. Special guests for the Dragon Ball NYCC Special Panel include Whis voice actor Ian Sinclair and executive producer Akio Iyoku. 

    NYCC returns on October 12 to 15, 2023 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. This annual convention will bring notable film, anime, manga, and gaming news to fans in the venue and around the world. Dragon Ball will be participating in the annual event with a Special Panel, which will have a “mysterious new teaser”

    Dragon Ball Special Panel at NYCC 2023

    Monica Rial, Ian Sinclair, and Akio Iyoku will provide an “exciting franchise update” during the Dragon Ball Special Panel at NYCC 2023. As previously revealed, the panel will be held on October 12 at 12:45 p.m. EDT in Empire Stage. A “mysterious new teaser” will be shown at the panel.

    Here’s an updated overview of the panel, via Fandemonium Network:

    October 12
    12:45 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. (EDT)
    Javits Center
    Empire Stage

    Dragon Ball Special Panel
    Join in an exciting update on the Dragon Ball franchise including a mystery teaser reveal.

    • Panelists include:
    • Japanese Staff
      • Akio Iyoku, Executive Producer
    • Host 
      • Monica Rial (English dub voice of Bulma)
    • English Dub Cast
      • Ian Sinclair (voice of Whis)
    • Attendees will receive special giveaway

    After NYCC, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods returns with 10th anniversary theatrical screenings. On October 17 to 18, fans will be able to watch the special Extended Edition cut in theaters nationwide. This particular version adds an additional 20 minutes to the original cut. The total runtime of the film is 1 hour and 45 minutes, and tickets are now on sale. 

    Fans may also look forward to a brand-new Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi game, which is currently in development at Bandai Namco. The reveal trailer showed Goku powering up to his Super Saiyan Blue transformation from Dragon Ball Super. Further information, including platforms and a release date, were not revealed by Bandai Namco just yet.

    Soul Kiwami
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