Nov 30, 2016 11:35 AM EST By Staff Reporter

'Dragon Ball Super' Episode 69 Release Date, Spoilers: Arale Returns To Bring Chaos To Goku? [VIDEO]

"Dragon Ball Super" Episode 69 airs December 4. Plus, the international release dates of the English dubbed version and the countries it will be available revealed.

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The main villain of Dragon Ball Super finally resurfaces back in episode 69 "Goku Vs Arale! The Earth Ends In A Crazy But Intense Battle?!" and Fuji TV has finally revealed its official plot summary and preview trailer clip. Aside from that, Toonami revealed that the English dubbed version will air in selected countries.

The main villain of Dragon Ball Super officially returns. According to Saiyan Island, Arale will finally be a part of the next episode of the Japanese manga.

As for the official plot synopsis of episode 69, Australia Network News notes, "I thought that Goku would be pleased. I thought that it would say 'Goku hey, everyone will soon be your friend.' Is it not cool that Goku and cute Arale are collaborating? It is already over generations, with children and their parents. It should be enjoyable for the whole family!" 

Also, Dragon Ball Super Episode 69 implies the first crossover of Toriyama's creation."

In addition, Toonami has finally announced that the English dubbed version of Dragon Ball Super will air on January 21, 2017. The English dubbed version will cover Southeast Asian and Indian fans.

Dragon Ball Super episode 69 is titled as "Goku Vs Arale! The Earth Ends In A Crazy But Intense Battle?!". The upcoming episode is scheduled to premiere on Saturday, December 3 in the U.S. and Canada on FUNimation which is available for online streaming, releasing of home videos, and even direct downloading.

Then on the next day, December 4, 2016, the Japanese anime series on Fuji TV at 9:00 a.m. JST in Japan. 

Furthermore, the 1st ever international release of Dragon Ball Super English dubbed version is scheduled on December 17, 2016.

"Dragon Ball Super" is an ongoing Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation.

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