'Dragon Ball Super' seems to be over

Angelo Anderson
January 19, 2018

Ultimately, Dragon Ball Super could not dodge the studio's expectations and withstand a change in programming.

Well, the rumor became a reality this Thursday, when Toei Animation, announced officially the comeback of the new anime GeGeGe no Kitaro, which will we premiered on April 1st (Sunday) at 9 a.m. on #Fuji TV, the current schedule and channel of Dragon Ball Super, which confirms that this show won't be transmitted anymore [VIDEO].

Furthermore, Dragon Ball fanatics can also cop some Adidas sneakers inspired by anime, as the Majin Buu and Freiza pairs have recently surfaced online. Although the quality and production pressures of the series have been well-documented, the series remains one of the highest-rated shows in Japan.


According to a translation from Kotaku, Fuji TV said that "It's like not the series is finished", which could refer to either Dragon Ball Super or the Dragon Ball franchise. The anime is now approaching the climax of the Tournament of Power arc where Goku and the rest of the Z-Fighters of Universe 7 are fighting to keep their universe from being destroyed.

"By the end of 2017, a rumor indicated that the end of "#Dragon Ball Super" was close. A new movie is set to debut in Japan in December 2018 (which could eventually make its way to the U.S.), and fans who watch Dragon Ball Super in English are only up to episode 46 so they have a long way to go before the show ends for them.

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