Today, the Dragon Ball community is mourning the loss of among its own. Reports have actually gone live which validate Brice Armstrong, the storyteller of Dragon Ball’s dub, has actually died. He was 84 years of ages.
ComicBook.com can verify Armstrong passed away on January 10 from natural causes. At this time, there is no word on funeral for the actor, but fans are paying tribute to Armstrong the very best way they understand how. If you were to browse the star online, you will see memorials pop up by the 2nd, and they come from fans wanting to thank the actor for bringing Dragon Ball into their lives.
For those unfamiliar with the star, Armstrong was the narrator on the Funimation dub of Dragon Ball. He went on to sign up with the cast of Dragon Ball Z where he voiced Captain Ginyu. He would go back to the franchise with the fourth Dragon Ball film as the narrator before playing Lord Slug in Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug.Beyond Dragon Ball, the voice actor played various other functions. He dealt with the Lupin III franchise as Douglas, Baki the Grappler, Fullmetal Alchemist, Fruits Basket, and Yu Hakusho.
Social Media mourns over Armstrong’s demise
Over on Facebook, Mary Collins Agency posted a touching memorial to the seasoned voice actor. “In the anime and game community, Brice is maybe best known as the storyteller for the initial Dragonball series, characters Captain Ginyu and Lord Slug in Dragonball Z, in addition to offering voices on Yu Hakusho, Lupin III, Case Closed and many other titles,” the business who represented Armstrong, shared with fans.
Brice, the legend
Christopher Sabat, a Mary Collins Agency voice actor and creator of Okratron 5000, dealt with and directed Brice often. ‘Brice was the kindest, funniest person I’ve ever understood. He was constantly modest, never in a bad mood– not the attitude you ‘d get out of such a market legend.'”.Our ideas and prayers are with the star’s enjoyed ones. Armstrong is endured by his 6 kids and nine grandchildren. His partner Marianna preceded him in death in 2008.
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