Rumor has it that Dragon Ball Super anime may soon return to television.
According to Twitter user and reliable Dragon Ball leaker @DBSChronicles, Goku will soon return to the world of weekly broadcast TV with a new sequel to Dragon Ball Super anime series. DBSChronicles states that the new season will be set after the Universe Survival Saga that ended the original anime series from 2015, but does not specifically mention whether the sequel will be a direct adaptation of the Galactic Prisoner Patrol saga (sometimes referred to as the Moro saga, ) or the current Granolah the Survivor saga, which was published after the original Dragon Ball Super anime ended the broadcast. The report says that the show will start airing new episodes sometime in 2023.
Rumor has it that a new one Dragon Ball the film is currently in pre-production, reflecting a statement recently made by series producer Akio Iyoku. The last Dragon Ball Super film, Superhero, was in production for about five years, but according to the report, Toei Animation hopes to reduce the gap between new films in the series to about 2-3 years each. No details about the history of the new film were mentioned.
The source of the rumor, DBSChronicles, was the source of some of the earliest leaks about Dragon Ball Super: Super Heroits biggest surprises, which ended up being true. While rumors of a sequel to the anime series have been swirling for years, Iyoku said earlier this year that fans of the franchise would have something to look forward to in addition to the release of Superheroand it is possible that this new anime series is exactly the project he teased.
Although the report gives a tempting look into the future of the series, fans outside Japan are still waiting Superheroits international release. The new film, which is the first feature in the franchise’s history to be animated solely using CG, centers on Gohan and Piccolo as the old master and protégé duo reunite to battle Red Ribbon Army’s latest creations. The film will be released in the US on August 19 by Crunchyroll.
All the previous ones Dragon Ball anime series, including the original Dragon Ball Super show, is now available for streaming on Crunchyroll. The manga on which the anime is based is available in English from VIZ Media.