22 Mar The Newest Confirmed Information from Toei Animation About Dragon Ball Super Which Fans will be excited
When the folks behind Dragon Ball Super announced that the hit anime series is ending this month, the entire fandom was crestfallen. The show will soon come to an end with the fierce battle between Universe 7’s Son Goku and Universe 11’s Jiren The Grey. There is no telling whether or not the series will have a continuation of some sort, but one thing is for sure, fans aren’t liking the idea that DBS is ending soon.
There was no Dragon Ball Super episode over the weekend, but fans can look forward to seeing it again on March 18. Although the anime is concluding soon, fans have not yet settled on this idea. Fortunately, fans have something to look forward to, and it’s worth the wait.
No, the series will live on. Toei Animation has confirmed there is more left in store for the franchise. Earlier today, fans were told the stunning news after the first poster for Dragon Ball’s new movie went live. The key visual shows Goku front and center against a white background, and Toei Animation went on to reveal some new information about the little-known film.
Rather than being a prequel or spinoff, the studio confirmed the movie will take place after Dragon Ball Super and act as a new arc of sorts. “From its contents, it turns out to be the next episode of the TV animation Dragon Ball Super,” Toei Animation wrote in a newly released statement. “It will be the first time a movie has been named Dragon Ball Super.”
Toei Animation is not the only Dragon Ball expert confirming the continuation. Akira Toriyama, the creator of the franchise, released his own statement connecting the anime series to the upcoming Dragon Ball movie. “The Dragon Ball Super movie this time around will be the next story that takes place after the anime that’s currently on TV,” Toriyama added.
So far, there are few details about the film’s story or whether it will be broken down into a new anime series later on. Fans have long theorized that Toei Animation would eventually do films based on Dragon Ball Super to give its television staff time to expand the show itself. The studio has kept quiet about such rumors, but this new announcement about Dragon Ball Super’s film continuation has the fandom wondering if their fan-theories were right all along. Apparently, there are still a lot of stories to tell and fans are already looking forward to it.
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