Dragon Ball Super, Akira Toriyama’s Shonen manga series, is set to return to tv in 2023. The fan-favorite franchise is set to return next year, according to Twitter user @dbschronicles, and the story will take place after the events of Universe Survival Arc.
Following the release of the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero film in Japan, Toei Animation, the company responsible for the anime, decided to create a new anime film every 2 to 3 years. The next Dragon Ball Super film is already in the planning stages. Remember that the recently released DBS: Super Hero film did not fare well due to changes in animation style. Furthermore, it is unknown whether the upcoming anime episodes would use the same CGI animation technique or 2d animation.
I can confirm:— SUPER クロニクル (@DBSChronicles) July 5, 2022
1. Weekly Dragon Ball episodes set after the "Universe Survival Arc" are in production. Anime will be back in 2023.
2. NEW DB Movie after SH is currently in pre-production. Toei is planning to release movies once in 2-3 years.
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It should be noted that no official account has confirmed the comeback of the Dragon Ball Super anime series, so take this information with a grain of salt. If the report is correct, the four most popular anime, including Bleach, Dragon Ball, One Piece, and Boruto (Naruto’s next generation), could air concurrently, ushering in the revival of the classic anime era.
According to insiders, the tale of the Dragon Ball Super: Broly film will be repeated in the anime, much like the Demon Salyer franchise did for the Mugen Train film. Following the Broly arc, viewers will be introduced to the universe’s most powerful wizard, Moro “the planet eater,” who will be the main antagonist of the “The Galactic Patrol Prisoner” storyline.
The Dragon Ball Super anime is based on Akira Toriyama’s manga of the same name, which was written and illustrated by Toyotarou. The series is a direct continuation of the Dragon Ball manga series, and it debuted in 2015 in Shueisha’s monthly manga magazine, V Jump.