Dragon Ball Super Anime Series Reportedly Returning in 2023

It looks like the Dragon Ball Super TV anime series is set to return in 2023.

It has now been four years since the end of Dragon Ball Super initial broadcast on television. But now it seems Dragon Ball Super the anime series is set to return in 2023.

Although there is no official announcement yet, a reliable Dragon Ball leaker @DBSCHronicles shared on Twitter that the Dragon Ball anime will be back in 2023 (spotted by CBR).

Along with revealing the series revival, the report mentions that the Dragon Ball Super The anime’s story will pick up right after the Universe Survival saga.

Along with the return of the anime series in 2023, the report also stated that a new movie following Dragon Ball Super: Super heroes is currently in production.

The lessor added that Toei plans to release a dragonball film once every two or three years.

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The Dragon Ball Superr anime is based on the ongoing manga of the same name by Akira Toriyama, the creator of the iconic dragonball series. Great serves as a sequel to the original series and its story is set ten years after the Majin Buu Saga.

Animated by Toei Animation, the Dragon Ball Super The anime ran from July 2015 to March 2018 and has 131 episodes. The anime covered multiple story arcs from the manga, and it ended with the Universe Survival Saga which saw the best fighters from multiple universes face off in the Tournament of Power.

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After the series’ initial run ended, Toei Animation released Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Released in 2018, the animated film is a reboot of Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan. It is also the first film in the franchise to feature the Great Last name.

Toei followed Broly with Dragon Ball Super: Super heroesa 3DCG anime movie released in Japan on June 11. This second film is set to hit cinemas around the world in August and September 2022.

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