A New Season of Dragon Ball Super: A Trip Down Memory Lane and a Look into the Future

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Dragon Ball Super enthusiasts can rejoice as a new season is in the works, promising to bring back the excitement and anticipation that fans have grown to love. In South Africa, Dragon Ball Z has been a staple of weekday afternoons, with fans rushing home to catch the 17:00 airing on SABC2 in the early 2000s.

A New Season in the Works

According to DBSChronicles, a reliable Dragon Ball leaker, the anime will continue after the Universe Survival Saga. The show is already in production, and it is expected to air in late 2023.

A Continuation of the Popular Anime

Since its last episode in 2018, the manga adaptation of Dragon Ball Super has been engaging fans with the ongoing storyline. The series first premiered in 2015, introducing new elements such as Gods of Destruction, parallel universes, and Super Saiyan Blue. These fresh concepts allowed the franchise to explore and narrate a multitude of stories.

Not a Sequel But an Interlude

Contrary to popular belief, Dragon Ball Super is not a sequel to Dragon Ball Z, but rather an interlude. The story takes place during a ten-year timeskip following Kid Buu’s defeat. During this period, Goku has faced and vanquished Freeza for the second time, as well as traveled to the future timeline with Trunks and Vegeta to battle Black Goku and Zamasu.

Thrilling Battles and New Adventures

As the story continued, fans were treated to the thrilling Tournament of Power, which featured Goku’s unforgettable fight against Jiren, hailed as one of the greatest battles in anime history. The anime’s conclusion in 2018 was followed by the release of two new films, Broly, and Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero.

The Manga Version

The manga version of Dragon Ball Super remains captivating as it moves closer to the End of Z. In the most recent chapter, the focus shifts to teen Trunks and Goten as they navigate high school life.

Anticipation for the New Season

Eliot Mahlase first published this exciting news, evoking nostalgia for weekday afternoons spent in front of the television, while also reigniting excitement for the future of Dragon Ball Super. As fans eagerly await the new season, the anticipation for the upcoming adventures of Goku and his friends continues to grow. In the meantime, fans can enjoy revisiting past episodes and catching up on the manga to prepare for the thrilling new season ahead.

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