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What is the future of the Dragon Ball Super franchise?

Saturday (3.25.18) we all saw what was the last chapter of Dragon Ball Super, ending with the arc of the universes. For many, this series represented a part of their childhood and for others, discovering a new and awesome anime. It is necessary to say that the last 2 episodes transcended to community events in some places in Latin America, where they watched the episodes with a projector in a public square. And needless to say, the last episodes were gorgeous! Of course, every anime lover should watch them. But now that is over what is coming?

The end of Dragon Ball Super does not mean the end of the franchise. To begin with, there is a project of a new movie to be released by the end of these year, which will

follow the story line where the last arc ended; Akira Toriyama, the creator of Dragon Ball, is going to be deeply involved in this move, meaning that the same is going to be canonical. Also Toei Animation, the producer of the series, recently announced that they are going to dedicate an exclusive team to Dragon Balls anime and manga.

Hence we've yet to see the last of the franchise. What is confirmed is that the manga is going to catch up with the anime, but also extend the story.

Dragon Ball was originally published in 1984 and since then it has been part of the childhood of many men and women; many that have kept in their fondest memories, the countless hours of fun as they've followed Goku and his friends on their adventures. At the moment, the only thing we can do is wait for the next trailers for the movie. I am pretty sure that is going to be freakin' awesome-sauce.


What were your thoughts on the final season of Dragon Ball Super? And what are your hopes/dreams for the DB Franchise?

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