Dragon Ball Super has new anime project announced

Head of the Dragon Ball Writing Room at Toei Animation, Akio Iyoku announced during an interview with V-Jump that there is already a new anime project for Dragon Ball Super in development.

For now, we don’t know if it’s a feature film or series.

‎”Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is a movie that was made not only for the Japanese audience, but with the entire world in mind. We are very proud of the franchise, so we feel a sense of responsibility as we work on it.”

Stated (via Comic Book).

“In case you’re wondering, ‘What’s next?’ Well, a new entry in the franchise is already in development! Super Hero took five years to become a reality, so it’s only natural that we’re already working on what’s next! Toriyama-Sensei himself is always busy with new concepts and ideas, after all. We are all thinking about what we want to show next.” ‎

Dragon Ball Super: Superhero is available in Japanese cinemas. The film will also arrive in the rest of the world (including Brazil) on August 18, thanks to Crunchyroll.

With their capes swinging, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2 can be seen striking some amazing poses! Also, there are some new original characters that we’ll have to wait and find out more about, no matter how difficult that might be!

The plot takes place after the events of Dragon Ball Super: Broly, where Broly, until then known as the legendary Super Saiyan, was eventually defeated by Gogeta. Now, he spends his days on the alien planet he calls home.