Dragon Ball Super Season 2: Dragon Ball Super (abbreviated DBS) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama. It is a sequel to the first Dragon Ball manga, and it recounts the exploits of Goku and his comrades during the ten-year skip following Majin Buu’s defeat. In June 2015, it began serialisation in Shueisha’s monthly shnen manga magazine V Jump. Viz Media and Shueisha published the manga in English on their Manga Plus website.
Release Date of Dragon Ball Super Season 2
According to Newsweek, the pre-production for the next set of episodes has already begun, and it started in September 2018. The production began in advance to avoid the problems with the original series’ animation quality. According to the source, the creator in charge of drawing the character models for the Dragon Ball Super: Broly film would do the same for the sequel.
However, when the rumour reached the Toei Animation studio, they immediately dismissed it. Toei Animation’s Media Representative David Syatt emphasised that no episodes are currently in production.
Toei Animation is also working on another mythical action anime, Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac, which has a 12-episode run. The release date has also been mixed up with the debut of Dragon Ball Super Season 2.
Nonetheless, there are many grounds to expect that Dragon Ball Super Season 2 will go through as planned.
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Toei animator Florence Jay Dominguito was featured on the new official “Dragon Ball Super” website in May 2021. Florence has been with Toei Animation Philippines for over two decades and has worked on various projects in the “Dragon Ball Series.”
Florence is asked about his goals and expectations for the future of “Dragon Ball” in the feature story.
Florence stated: “As a fan, I’m excited to see more movies and products. I’m also looking forward to the upcoming Dragon Ball Super anime.”
That appears to be an indirect confirmation of Dragon Ball Super Season 2’s existence. However, because of this machine-generated translation, fans should take the news with a grain of salt.
The animator remarked, according to Japanese translator Ken Xyro. “I’m also elated to see if there will be a fresh renewal of Dragon Ball Super TV animation.”
Prospective Cast of Dragon Ball Super Season 2
We may expect to hear from several of the franchise’s senior voice actors if and when “Dragon Ball Super” Season 2 is released.
Goku (Masako Nozawa in Japanese, Sean Schemmel in English).
Piccolo (Toshio Furukawa/Christopher Sabat)
Bulma (Aya Hisakawa/Monica Rial).
Krillin (Mayumi Tanaka/Sonny Strait).
Master Roshi (Masaharu Satô/Mike McFarland).
Trunks (Takeshi Kusao/Alexis Tipton),
Master Roshi (M(Masaharu Satô/Mike McFarland),
Gohan (Masako Nozawa/Kyle Hebert),
Ry Horikawa, who plays Vegeta in the Japanese version, tweeted a strong hint that he’ll return for “Dragon Ball Super” Season 2, although he didn’t elaborate. Horikawa’s strange tweet, hinting that he’d just left a meeting with Toei Animation but refused to divulge any details, was covered by IBT.
At least we know something fantastic is on the way, whether it’s a new film or Season 2 of the much-awaited series.
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Prospective Plot of Dragon Ball Super Season 2
There haven’t been any recent “Dragon Ball Super” episodes since 2018. The same-name manga is still going strong, with two more arcs available for possible TV translation. If you’ve been following the manga, you’ll know that the following narrative involves the Galactic Patrol Prisoner arc, which introduces a new terrifying goat-head villain. The latest story in the “Dragon Ball Super” manga is Granolah the Survivor, which follows the sole survivor of a species wiped out by the Saiyan army.
If either saga is adapted for television, there will undoubtedly be plenty of exciting fights. Toei might produce a completely new arc solely for the occasion.
We’ll have to keep hoping until they make an official announcement.