Who can forget the iconic superpower that has been uttered by countless young and even old fans from all over the world? Well, it seems like the attack will be charging through our TV screens very, very soon.
It was previously reported that Toei Animation will be debuting “Dragon Ball Super“, a new anime series that will take place in the same universe as the previous “Dragon Ball” instalments. Now, the studio gave us more reasons to revel, as they have revealed the first trailer of the new TV series.
We can sense your excitement, so without further ado, let’s present you with the video:
We know that most of you don’t understand Japanese, so here’s the English translation for the video (credits to Anime News Network):
Goku: “Hey, I’m Goku.”
Goku: “Crossing 18 years of time, it’s time to enter a new series!!”
Goku: “”Dragon Ball Super” premieres in July!”
Text: Every Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Text: Original Creator, Original Story & Character Concepts: Akira Toriyama
Goku: “Everyone, please be sure to catch our new battles.”
Text: Sponsored by Bandai Namco Entertainment
The video ended quite fast, didn’t it? You might be disappointed, but there’s good news up ahead, as the TV series will be premiering on 5th July , which is a mere 3 weeks away! It will make its debut on Japan’s Fuji TV, but no information has been released about an English version. It is also unsure if the English version will be dubbed or subbed, if any.
“Dragon Ball Super” is not a reboot but a sequel, which will take off after the events from “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F”, in which Majin Boo, the main and ultimate antagonist of the whole series, was defeated by Goku. With the triumph of Goku and his team, peace was returned to Earth, so it remains to be seen how the storyline will continue in “Dragon Ball Super”.
The series will be produced by Osamu Nozaki, Naoko Sagawa, and Atsushi Kido, based on a script by the original “Dragon Ball” creator Akira Toriyama.