According to new rumors, Dragon Ball Super TV anime show will be making a comeback on July 2019. The news comes after reports of Gege No Kitaro, the show that replace Dragon Ball Super last year will allegedly be moving timeslots.
The new series will allegedly adapted the Dragon Ball Super. Galactic Patrol Prisoner Saga Manga arc which will include the new villain Moro.
Toei Animation will premier New Episode of Dragon Ball Super same schedule and will air every Sunday at 9 a.m. JST.
Two months ago there were rumors that Toe Animation was producing more episodes of the Dragon Ball Super TV anime series, but Toi Animation denied the allegations and said the company was not producing new episodes of Dragon Ball Super “at the moment.” However, seems like the rumors are likely to be true with news that Kitaro moving time slots.
The Dragon Ball Super anime is a sequel to Toriyama‘s original Dragon Ball manga and the Dragon Ball Z television series featuring the first new storyline in 18 years. The anime show follows Goku and gang four years after defeating Majin Buu.
Dragon Ball Super illustrator Toyotarou revealed that the anime show will reach ending of Dragon Ball Z television series, which skipped 10 years after the last chapter and saw Goku meet up with Majin Boo’s human reincarnation, Uub.
So far there’s no confirmation or official statements about the rumors, but we will keep you posted as the story unfold.