It’s Christmas before time on the DNA anime platform that will spoil fans of Akira Toriyama’s cult manga.
When we think of SVOD platform specializing in anime, the name of Crunchyroll tends to come up first. However, Anime Digital Network (DNA for short) is not to be forgotten. Owned by Kana and Kazé, who you probably know for their manga publishing work, this platform has been offering an extensive catalog of Japanese series and feature films since 2013. After working hand in hand with Crunchyroll for three years, ADN is has been playing solo since July 2022. The site continues to expand its offer over time to make a name for itself among French people looking for Japanese-style entertainment.
The platform already broadcasts the great classics of the industry, especially among the shônen (hear manga for young boys). We then find naruto and all its derivatives (i.e. Naruto Shippuden and Boruto), Hunter X Hunter or Fairy Tail. However, ADN is about to hit hard with a historic acquisition. A real favorite operation that risks convincing more than one to subscribe to the platform, a monument in the history of manga and anime is about to enter the catalog. Just in time for the Christmas holidays, subscribers will soon be able to find the full dragonball. Yes, you heard it right: everything dragonball just a click away.
“His combat strength is over 8000!”
Those nostalgic for Club Dorothée will be able to find the original series broadcast in 1988 as well as all the following ones in mid-December. The cult franchise arrives on the back of a magic cloud on December 15. For this launch, only the cult VF which rocked the childhood of the French will be available. Then, the VOSTFR will make its way to a still unknown date to satisfy the most hardcore fans.
In the program, dragonball, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, Dragon Ball Z Kai and Dragon Ball Super will all be available in their entirety on the platform. If you want to (re)start the quest for DNA crystal balls, know that it will cost you €6.99 per month or €59.99 per year for a classic streaming subscription, or €14.99 or €144.99 for the offer offering the permanent download of your favorite works.