After 18 years, “Dragon Ball Z” will be getting an anime continuation entitled “Dragon Ball Super!” The “Dragon Ball Z” new anime will be aired on Fuji TV every Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
Anime News Network revealed the plot of the newest “Dragon Ball Z” anime, “Dragon Ball Super.” “The story of the anime is set a few years after the defeat of Majin Buu, when the Earth has become peaceful once again.
The voice of Goku, Gohan, and Goten, Masako Nozawa commented on the new anime, saying, ‘We’ve always used the word ‘chō’ (Super) with Dragon Ball in commercials, games and the like, but the fact that the series titled ‘Dragon Ball Super’ is beginning is the best thing ever,'” the website wrote.
Fuji TV producer Osamu Nozaki teases fans of what they can expect in the new “Dragon Ball” anime, saying, “As I read the plot [of the series] I’ve already received from Akira Toriyama, my dreams for this begin to expand.
An enemy even stronger than Buu or Freeza may appear…” Akira Toriyama will be spearheading the project and will provide the “original story & character concepts” as usual.
Toei Animation’s Kimitoshi Chioka will direct the “Dragon Ball Super” series.
Naoko Sagawa and Atsushi Kido along with Osamu Nozaki are tagged as series producers.
Looking at the success of the recently released “Dragon Ball Z: Revival of F,” it is no longer a surprise if Toei and Akira Toriyama strike while the iron is hot.
For fans outside Japan who want to see this film, “Dragon Ball Z: Revival of F” will soon hit 74 countries worldwide and is projected to come out summer this year.
As per its Western release date, fans can expect it on summer as well and it will probably come out once the English dub version is completed, as confirmed by Anime News Network . For more “Dragon Ball Super,” stay tuned here!