After the release of the Spanish dubbed episodes of "Dragon Ball Super," many fans of the series were full of joy. It has been more than a decade since Dragon Ball Z ended, so fans have been waiting years for this to happen.

However, it turned out that everything wasn't perfect for everyone. The Opening has been criticized by fans, to the point that the singer of the theme had to close all his social accounts. During the ending credits, fans were able to see the person that was performing the lead song, so they ended up going to his personal accounts and instantly leaving countless insults.


Will they change the opening of the series?

Mario Castañeda took Twitter and addressed the topic. He teased the possible change that Toei Animation would have to make in order to respond to all the requests being made.

Fans advised him to use Adrián Barba's version of the intro as the official for all Latin America. His answer was the following: "I think Toei has already heard the opinion of many fans."

This could confirm that the proposals have been heard, and the opening would be changed.

What will happen to the Ending?

In the meantime, the closing theme will be preserved. Even the singer of this theme, Hugo Robles, dedicated a few words to the community of fans of the series through his social networks:

"Today, Dragon Ball Super premiered and I had the honor to sing the ending theme. Some will like it, others will not, but that's how it is, many times the singers are not one hundred percent responsible for the final work, I just tell them that I am very happy and grateful to be part of this."

The closing theme was an instant favorite for many fans, as some commented, they noticed the enthusiasm of the singer, who is currently being recognized by many fans, encouraging him to continue his career.

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There is hope that in the future we may have some collaboration with Adrián Barba, favorite singer of the Dragon Ball's community.

"Dragon Ball Super" will be airing every Saturday afternoon. Click here to know the specific of your country.

As for The United States, you can watch it every Saturday night on Toonami. Starting from 8:00 pm.

You can watch DBS every weekend on Crunchyroll with English subtitles.

"Dragon Ball Super" is an anime produced by Toei Animation, which began airing on July 5, 2015.

It is a direct sequel to the Dragon Ball which offers a new story after 18 years. It is established after the defeat of Majin Boo when the Earth has once again become a peaceful place.