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Dragon Ball Super Episode 035


怒りを力に変えろ!ベジータの全開バトル

Ikari o Chikara ni Kaero! Bejīta no Zenkai Batoru

Turn Anger Into Power! Vegeta’s All-Out Battle

Episode Information

Premiered: 20 March 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)
Ratings Share: 6.3% (5th)
Opening Animation: “Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Fifth Animation)
Eyecatch: Part A: Vegeta / Part B: Vegeta
Ending Animation: “Light Pink”

Availability: Dragon Ball Super DVD Box #03 (02 July 2016)
Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray Box #03 (02 July 2016)

Episode Summary

At Vegeta’s insistence, Frost has not been disqualified for using a weapon, and the two of them are set to fight in the next match. Frost thinks that Vegeta must be very confident to do this, possibly because he assumes Frost is incapable of achieving anything without resorting to dirty tricks. Frost admits that his tricks are his greatest weapon, but it also means he has been holding back up until now. With the use of weapons permitted for this one match, Frost gloats that he can now shamelessly and freely use his poison needle. He even hints that Vegeta might die… “accidentally”, of course. As the match begins though, Vegeta becomes a Super Saiyan and immediately defeats Frost with a blow so hard that it sends him crashing into the barrier surrounding the ring, cracking it slightly and forcing Vados to quickly repair it again.

On the sidelines, Beerus locates a small wound from Frost’s poison needle on Goku’s hand, confirming that Goku lost due to Frost’s use of an illicit weapon. Goku’s loss is therefore annulled, giving him the right to fight once again. Goku wants to go after Monaka, but Beerus insists that he go after Vegeta instead. Goku is worried that he and Vegeta will win the rest of the tournament on their own and never get to see Monaka fight, but Beerus absolutely insists on Monaka going last. Whis wonders how long Beerus intends to hide “the truth” about Monaka from the others, but Beerus cuts him off. Meanwhile, Goku notices how Monaka looks remarkably solemn as he sits still with his eyes closed, but Whis informs him that Monaka lost consciousness after seeing Goku’s Kamehameha back in Round 1. Goku is still obsessed with sparring with Monaka, or at least talking to him, but Beerus expressly forbids it. If Monaka is disturbed during his “meditation”, he will incinerate anyone who gets in his way, friend or foe alike. He even destroyed an entire planet like this once! Goku reluctantly agrees to leave him alone.

Vados creates a new cube-shaped barrier around the fighting ring, and the referee announces that a new rule has been added, stating that any contestant touching this barrier, even in mid-air, will lose by ring-out. Beerus is outraged that Champa has gone and added this new rule without consulting him, and the two begin a match of rock-paper-scissors to settle their argument. Elsewhere, Frost sneaks off and approaches Champa’s “Cube” spaceship. Frost remembers how Champa prepared everything the fighters on his team desired, saying they could have as much as they wanted if they won, but if they lost… “I don’t have to tell you what will happen”. Having now lost, Frost plans to steal Champa’s Cube and flee, saying that in such a vessel not even the Gods of Destruction or the Galactic Patrol will be able to catch up with him. At that moment though, Hit appears and tells Frost to stop. Frost says Hit is a “legendary assassin”, and wonders whether Champa ordered Hit to kill him, or if Hit was hired by a survivor from one of the planets he destroyed. Hit uses a bizarre technique to knock Frost out, saying to himself that the Cube has already been promised to him.

Back at the arena, Beerus and Champa’s rock-paper-scissors match fails to settle anything, but since Vegeta himself is fine with the new rule, the match goes ahead. Vegeta is unsure what Champa’s team is plotting, but is certain he will not fall for any “stupid traps”. His next opponent is “Autto Magetta”, member of the robot-like race of “Metalmen” from Galactic System 66950. The Kaiōshin of Universe 6 assumes this race must also be found in Universe 7, though Kibito is not so sure. Looking at the big, bulky Magetta, Vegeta is quick to judge that his fighting style revolves around using power to cover for his lack of speed. And as the fight begins, this indeed seems to be the case. Vegeta brags that his power and speed are both up to snuff, and delivers a damaging blow to Magetta’s head. However, Magetta simply bashes his own head repeatedly, finally producing another head, good as new.

The fight recommences, and Vegeta notes that Magetta’s power and speed have now both increased. Judging that he had best avoid hand-to-hand combat, Vegeta flees into the air, but Magetta opens his mouth and spits out an enormous quantity of lava at him. The referee clarifies that this is not a weapon, but simply Magetta’s “magma spit”. Vegeta retaliates with a barrage of ki blasts, but in his attempt to distance himself from Magetta he risks touching the barrier around the arena and losing by ring-out. Vegeta suddenly realizes that Champa instated this new rule in order to limit mid-air combat, since that is Magetta’s weak point. Undaunted, he says Magetta is not the only one who can power up, and promptly transforms into a Super Saiyan. As Vegeta continues to rain ki blasts down on Magetta, Whis says the situation is not good, and asks Goku if he’s “noticed it”. The arena seems to be heating up…

Next Time:
“An Unexpectedly Tough Fight! Vegeta’s Explosion of Rage!”

Episode Notes

  • When Magetta was first unveiled, his name was speculated to come from combining the names of two famous giant robots: Mazinger Z and Getter Robo. This episode however sheds new light on his name, revealing that his full name is in fact Otta Magetta. This name is most likely a pun on the Japanese spelling of the word “automatic”, or possibly “automata”, a fancy word for robot. Magetta’s name may still be influenced by Mazinger and Getter Robo, but the influence of “automatic” or some related word seems most likely until something official is stated.
    オートマチック (o·o·to·ma·chi·k·ku)  ›  オッタ・マゲッタ (o·t·ta·ma·ge·t·ta)
  • Oolong’s voice actor, and current series narrator, Naoki Tatsuta is heard providing the voice of Magetta in the episode. Tatsuta is not credited for Magetta (or his narration) in the episode due to already being credited for voicing Oolong.

Episode Credits

All credits listed below are as originally presented in the episode. The credit structure used in Dragon Ball Super is actually quite simple; the staff involved with the production of the series as a whole are listed in the opening credits and the staff involved with this specific episode are listed in the ending credits. All original credit errors have been corrected to maintain accurate spellings throughout the site. For more information and a complete listing of the series staff, visit the Production Guide.

Cast Credits

孫悟空

Son Goku

孫悟天

Son Goten

野沢雅子

Masako Nozawa

 

 

ブルマ

Bulma

鶴 ひろみ

Hiromi Tsuru

ベジータ

Vegeta

堀川りょう

Ryō Horikawa

ピッコロ

Piccolo

古川登志夫

Toshio Furukawa

トランクス

Trunks

草尾 毅

Takeshi Kusao

ウーロン

Oolong

龍田直樹

Naoki Tatsuta

ビルス

Beerus

山寺宏一

Kōichi Yamadera

ウイス

Whis

森田成一

Masakazu Morita

シャンパ

Champa

岩田光央

Mitsuo Iwata

ヴァドス

Vados

山口由里子

Yuriko Yamaguchi

老界王神

Elder Kaiōshin

田中亮一

Ryōichi Tanaka

キビト

Kibito

青森 伸

Shin Aomori

フロスト

Frost

中尾隆聖

Ryūsei Nakao

ヒット

Hit

山路和弘

Kazuhiro Yamaji

レフェリー

Referee

田中一成

Kazunari Tanaka

第6宇宙の界王神

Universe 6 Kaiōshin

増谷康紀

Yasunori Masutani

Opening Credits

原作・ストーリー原案・キャラクター原案

Original Author / Story Draft / Character Drafts

鳥山 明 (集英社「ジャンプコミックス」刊)

Akira Toriyama (Published in Shueisha’s “Jump Comics”)

企画

Planning

情野誠人 (フジテレビ)

Masato Seino (Fuji TV)

渡辺和哉 (読売広告社)

Kazuya Watanabe (Yomiko Advertising, Inc.)

森下孝三

Kōzō Morishita

プロデューサー

Producer

野﨑 理 (フジテレビ)

Osamu Nozaki (Fuji TV)

佐川直子 (読売広告社)

Naoko Sagawa (Yomiko Advertising, Inc.)

木戸 睦

Atsushi Kido

寺本知資

Tomosuke Teramoto

音楽

Music

住友紀人

Norihito Sumitomo

オープニングテーマ

Opening Theme

作詞

Lyrics

作曲

Composition

Vocals

「超絶☆ダイナミック!」

“Chōzetsu Dynamic!”

森 雪之丞

Yukinojō Mori

吉井和哉

Kazuya Yoshii

吉井和哉

Kazuya Yoshii

(日本コロムビア/トライアド)

(Nippon Columbia / Triad)

製作担当

Production Manager

末竹 憲

Ken Suetake

美術デザイン

Art Design

行 信三

Shinzō Yuki

色彩設計

Color Design

堀田哲平

Teppei Hotta

キャラクターデザイン・作画監修

Character Design & Supervising
Director of Animation

山室直儀

Tadayoshi Yamamuro
 

シリーズディレクター

Series Director

畑野森生

Morio Hatano

地岡公俊

Kimitoshi Chioka

制作協力

Production Coordination

東映

Toei

制作

Production

フジテレビ

Fuji TV

読売広告社

Yomiko Advertising, Inc.

東映アニメーション

Toei Animation

Ending Credits

脚本

Script

キング・リュウ

King Ryū

声の出演

Voice Performances

~~~~

[ Cast Credits ]

協力

In Cooperation With

青二プロダクション

Aoni Production

原画

Key Animation

梨沢孝司

Kōji Nashizawa

加藤義貴

Yoshitaka Katō

石川 修

Osamu Ishikawa

稲葉 仁

Jin Inaba

松本勝次

Katsuji Matsumoto

手塚江美

Emi Tezuka

坂井寛幸

Hiroyuki Sakai

小酒井智也

Tomoya Kosakai

森中正春

Masaharu Morinaka

菅原リエコ

Rieko Sugawara

石井珠樹

Tamaki Ishii

村 俊太郎

Shuntarō Mura

ミュウ

Myū

 

 

動画

In-Between Animation

Toei Phils.

Toei Animation Philippines

武遊

Buyū

彩色

Digital Coloring

Toei Phils.

Toei Animation Philippines

武遊

Buyū

色指定

Color Designation

加藤良高

Yoshitaka Katō

デジタル特殊効果

Digital Special Effects

下川信裕

Nobuhiro Shimokawa

デジタルアーティスト

Digital Artist

川崎健太郎

Kentarō Kawasaki

松本八希

Hakki Matsumoto

背景

Backgrounds

徳重 賢

Ken Tokushige

山下千歌

Chika Yamashita

マジックハウス

Magic House

Toei Phils.

Toei Animation Philippines

佐藤美幸

Miyuki Satō

 

 

吉田智子

Tomoko Yoshida

ネリット・アクーニャ

Nelito Acuna

デジタル撮影

Digital Photography

AMGA

AMGA

競 昌則

Masanori Kisoi

服部 安

Yasushi Hattori

平井智朗

Tomoaki Hirai

岡田由紀

Yuki Okada

西 重成

Shigenari Nishi

杉浦仙一

Sen’ichi Sugiura

姜 亜偉

Ai Kyō

エンディングテーマ

Ending Theme

作詞

Lyrics

作曲

Composition

編曲

Arrangement

Vocals

「薄紅」

“Light Pink”

松川ケイスケ

Keisuke Matsukawa

LACCO TOWER

LACCO TOWER

LACCO TOWER

LACCO TOWER

LACCO TOWER

LACCO TOWER

(日本コロムビア/トライアド)

(Nippon Columbia / Triad)

音響監督

Audio Director

本田保則

Yasunori Honda

編集

Editing

西村英一

Ei’ichi Nishimura

録音

Recording

伊東光晴

Mitsuharu Itō

録音助手

Recording Assistance

新垣未希

Miki Aragaki

音響効果

Sound Effects

西村睦弘 (JetSoundEngine)

Mutsuhiro Nishimura (JetSoundEngine)

記録

Documentation

沢井尚子

Shōko Sawai

アシスタントプロデューサー

Assistant Producer

静 美保 (読売広告社)

Miho Shizuka (Yomiko Advertising, Inc.)

音響製作

Audio Production

タバック

TAVAC

録音スタジオ

Recording Studio

サウンドイン

Sound Inn

東映デジタルセンター

Toei Digital Center

オンライン編集

Online Editing

東映デジタルラボ

Toei Digital Lab

高橋和寛

Kazuhiro Takahashi

音楽協力

Music In Association With

東映アニメーション音楽出版

Toei Animation Music Publishing

フジパシフィックミュージック

FUJIPACIFIC MUSIC

企画協力

Planning In Cooperation With

集英社「Vジャンプ」編集部

Shueisha’s “V-Jump” Editorial Department

演出助手

Assistant Director

唐澤和也

Kazuya Karasawa

製作進行

Assistant Production Manager

小林克規

Katsunori Kobayashi

美術進行

Art Manager

西牧正人

Masato Nishimaki

仕上進行

Finishing Manager

河本隆弘

Takahiro Kawamoto

CG進行

CG Manager

渡辺克博

Katsuhiro Watanabe

演技事務

Talent Coordination

角 康昭

Yasuaki Tsuno

広報

Public Relations

山本麻未子 (フジテレビ)

Mamiko Yamamoto (Fuji TV)

美術

Art Director

西田 渚

Nagisa Nishida

総作画監督

Chief Animation Supervisor

井手武生

Takeo Ide

作画監督

Animation Supervisor

石川 修

Osamu Ishikawa

篁 馨

Kaori Takamura

絵コンテ

Storyboard

貝澤幸男

Yukio Kaizawa

演出

Director

唐澤和也

Kazuya Karasawa