Akira Toriyama talked about the future of “Dragon Ball Super” and revealed some spoilers in the process. Yibada reported that the “Dragon Ball” series creator Akira Toriyama and his team are already developing the storyline for the next arc. He confirmed that the storyboard is almost finished as well as the character designs for the upcoming new villain of the series. “In the Battle of Gods, it was red, so I figured for ‘Revival of F’ I should go with blue,” Toriyama said. “Well, actually I was thinking about having it white, but then it would color crash with the next enemy, so I figured I should save it for another occasion.” The future antagonist in the “Dragon Ball Super” anime series may have something to do with future Trunks. Super Saiyan White, also known as Super Saiyan 5, was first introduced in “Dragon Ball AF.” “As what the title suggests, Super Saiyan 5 is the next level beyond the immensely powerful Super Saiyan 4 in ‘Dragon Ball GT,'” Yibada wrote. “A saiyan able to reach the power level of Super Saiyan 5 gains unbelievable power, which enough to match or even surpass the power of Beerus (the Lord of Destruction). It also sports a long white hair, a saiyan tail and muscular body 3x bigger than Super Saiyan 4.” According to Design&Trend , future Trunks may come to “Dragon Ball Super” after the Champa arc. The character was last seen defeating Android 17 and 18 as well as the imperfect version of Cell in an alternate universe. “Dragon Ball Super” episode 39 showed the continuation of Goku and Hit’s battle. The Super Saiyan also powered up and revealed his new technique. Goku has revived the Kaioken, as seen on “Dragon Ball Z,” and combined it with his Super Saiyan Blue powers. Apparently, he can now reach Kaioken times ten, including the power of Super Saiyan Blue. He gets surrounded by a blue and red aura.