A new Dragon Ball series, titled Daima, has been announced for Fall 2024 at the New York Comic Con. The story by Akira Toyama will focus on Goku, Bulma, Vegeta, and other characters as children. The teaser trailer for the project, once again animated by Toei Animation, is out:
Dragon Ball is a Japanese manga created by Akira Toriyama in 1984. It was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump from 1984 to 1989. The Dragon Ball Z sequel started in 1989 and ended in 1995. The sequel to Z, Dragon Ball Super started serialization in 2015 and is still ongoing. The franchise received numerous anime adaptations, with the latest ones being Dragon Ball Super and Super Dragon Ball Heroes. With the latter one being separate from the main continuity, fans have been excited for the story to continue. The Dragon Ball Super TV anime ran from 2015 to 2018 with a total of 131 episodes. Crunchyroll streams the anime, for which they describe the story:
With Majin Buu defeated, Goku has taken a completely new role as…a radish farmer?! With Earth at peace, our heroes have settled into normal lives. But they can’t get too comfortable. Far away, the powerful God of Destruction, Beerus, awakens to a prophecy revealing his demise at the hands of an even more formidable being. When his search for the Saiyan God brings him to Earth, can Goku and his friends take on their strongest foe yet?
The latest movie Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO arrived to theaters in August 2022, and it had a strong opening weekend in North America. In Japan, it earned around 670 million Japanese Yen (~4.93 million USD) during the two-day weekend opening, and 1.9 billion Japanese Yen (~14 million USD) in the first four weeks.
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