While fans tearfully wait for the end of Dragon Ball Super, they might be happy to know that the actors and actresses who've worked hard on the hit anime have wrapped up their work. The end was inevitable and seeing the voices of Goku, Vegeta, and others eat after a hard day's work is nice to see. Super has had its ups and downs but there's no doubt that the cast did their best in every episode.
Mayumi Tanaka, who voices Krillin and Yajirobe in the Japanese version of Dragon Ball Super, posted a celebratory photo of the cast, which was quickly shared by fans. Seeing the cast enjoy some downtime is somewhat heartwarming and there's no doubt that they have earned their rest.
Now, this doesn't mean they won't be working on anything Dragon Ball related anytime soon. There is a new Dragon Ball film coming out, which will focus on the origins of the Saiyans. We can also expect them to do voiceovers for any future video games based on the series, like the inevitable sequel to Dragon Ball FighterZ. Some fans are even predicting a new Dragon Ball anime soon, though that hasn't been confirmed.
Dragon Ball Super can be streamed on Crunchyroll. The English Dub from Funimation is still in the Goku Black arc, so fans of the series still have that to enjoy.