‘Dragon Ball Super’ pays tribute to fallen ‘Bulma’ voice actress
It’s an end of an era for the “Dragon Ball” franchise as Hiromi Tsuru, the original voice behind the fan favorite character “Bulma,” passed away recently.
To pay homage to the voice actress’ contributions to the series, a short but sweet message appeared right at the end of the latest episode of “Dragon Ball Super.”
— まつさん (@you_bet_11) November 19, 2017
“Hiromi Tsuru, who voiced the Dragon Ball character Bulma for many years, has passed away,” the post, which was translated to English by Kotaku, read.
“From children to adults, Tsuru gave many people courage and happiness, and from the bottom of our hearts, we pray that she may rest in peace.”
Meanwhile, Tsuru’s last lines of dialogue as Bulma embodied both the character and the actor’s selflessness and love for everyone around her.
“Everyone, do your best! I’m counting on you all,” she said in a recent episode. /ra
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