The Dose: New ‘Dragon Ball’ series announced, to premiere in July

The Dose: New ‘Dragon Ball’ series announced, to premiere in July

The Dose: New ‘Dragon Ball’ series announced, to premiere in July
April 28
11:07 2015

Nicholas Friedman / Features Editor

Japanese video game magazine Famitsu announced today that a new Dragon Ball series, ‘Dragon Ball Super,’ is in development in collaboration with original series creator Akira Toriyama.

The show, which will be the first aired in nearly 18 years since ‘Dragon Ball GT’ finished its run in Japan, will seemingly take place after Goku defeats Kid Buu and saves the world at the end of ‘Dragon Ball Z.’

Will the events of ‘GT’ be negated? What about the movies?

This comes after somewhat successful box office numbers for last year’s ‘Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods’ and this year’s “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F.”

Not much is known currently, but expect more information as the show draws closer to its July premiere in Japan. No date for the US has been announced.

Featured image courtesy of Bandai Namco Games

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Nicholas Friedman

Nicholas Friedman

Nicholas Friedman is the Editor In Chief of the North Texas Daily. In addition, he’s had his work published at The Dallas Morning News, GuideLive and the Denton Record-Chronicle.

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