THE CCXP has something new that will raise the “ki” of fans of Dragon Ball. The saga is completing 35 years and will have a special celebration at the biggest pop culture festival on the planet – held between December 5th and 8th, at São Paulo Expo.
Promoted by UniDub, the panel takes place in the Ultra Auditorium, Saturday (7), and will bring together the voice actors Wendell Bezerra (voice of Goku and dubbing director of the films), Wellington Lima (voice of Majin Boo and dubbing director of the series), Ursula Bezerra (Child Goku’s voice), Tânia Gaidarji (Bulma’s voice) and Fábio Lucindo (Krillin’s voice).
The team, invited by the dubbing studio UniDub, will remember the great moments of the saga and tell backstage stories to the audience present on the panel. Dragon Ball it crosses generations by presenting the story of Son Goku and his friends, who face various challenges always with the goal of saving planet Earth – among many deaths and resurrections, great demonstrations of power and epic breathtaking fights.
For more information on the program already announced by CCXP19, just access the festival website: www.ccxp.com.br. The public can also download the event’s official application for free – compatible with Android and IOS systems.