The Dragon Ball fandom mourns the loss of Brice Armstrong


Dragon Ball fandom is a closely-knit community. The anime created by Akira Toriyama and   initiated on 1984 touched millions of lives all over the world. Its characters like Goku, Bulma and Master Roshi have become an important part of their lives for many fans. They know that no matter what they are going through these characters will never let them go lonely. Not only have these characters the people that have come to know each other through this fandom become deep friends.

It is a sad month for Dragon ball fans all over the world as they have lost one of their own. Brice Armstrong, who acted as the narrator of Dragon Ball, voiced Ginyu in Dragon Ball Z and Slug in Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug unfortunately breathed his last on January 10, 2020.

Over on Facebook, Mary Collins Agency posted a touching memorial to the veteran voice actor.

It was pretty hard for the fans to come to terms with the loss of their beloved Ginyu and Slug.

After the news got revealed several fans made tributes in the memory of the beloved voice actor. Though there is no news about a set memorial service.

Apart from Dragon Ball the actor has voiced many characters in different shows and movies. His works include Lupin III franchise as Douglas, Baki the Grappler, Fullmetal Alchemist, Fruits Basket, and Yu Yu Hakusho.

People have nothing but kind words to say about him. One of his frequent collaborators Christopher Sabat described Brice as the kindest, funniest person he has ever known. Even after being such a legend in his industry he was always humble and never in a bad mood.

We wish nothing but the best for his family and hope that they have enough strength to deal with this loss. He is survived by six children and nine grandchildren. His wife Mariana died in 2008.


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