Dragon Ball Super Season 2
Dragon Ball Super Season 2

Dragon Ball Super Season 2 Release Date Status, Manga, Where To Watch and More Update

As a manga in 1984, “Dragon Ball” was one of the most popular media franchises. It hasn’t changed much since then. Since it first came out, it has been used in a lot of different anime shows, movies, and even video games. There are seemingly endless storylines to come. “Dragon Ball” is about a boy named Goku who has a monkey tail and many other powerful skills. They go to look for seven powerful dragon balls that can make any wish come true when they’re together. He meets a girl named Bulma, and the two go on a search for them. In the end, Goku learns to fight with the help of Master Roshi. This is also where he meets his best friend, Krillin. For a long time. Goku and his friends go on a lot of adventures, meet new people (and people who don’t like them), and have fun.

There are many popular shows in “Dragon Ball.” One of them, called “Dragon Ball Super,” started in 2015 and takes place after the defeat of “Major Budo,” or “Major Buu” (via Anime News Network). Dragon Ball Super ran for 131 episodes before it was cancelled in 2018, and there haven’t been any new updates on the popular spin-off until now.

Toei Animation has said that a second “Dragon Ball Super” movie will be released in 2022. Many fans are wondering if there will also be a second season of the anime series that goes along with it. Check out this list to see what we know about “Dragon Ball Super” Season 2.

Will There Be A Season 2 Of Dragon Ball Super?

Yes, even though there isn’t yet a set date for the new season of Dragon Ball Super.

There is a 100% chance that Dragon Ball Super Season 2 will happen. Season 1 ended at the end of the Tournament of the Power arc, and there were so many things that Season 1 didn’t cover. After the tournament, Vegeta promised to go to planet Sadal with Cabbba. We expect Vegeta to go to Sadal in Season 2, but we don’t know when.

Will There Be A Season 2 Of Dragon Ball Super?

Most of the time, anime adaptations are based on manga chapters that are still going on, but for Dragon Ball, that’s not the case. Dragon Ball Super has always had its own story, and the manga has always been behind. If Toei comes up with a new plot for the anime, we don’t think it will be based on the manga that is still going on.

When Will Dragon Ball Super Season 2 Release? 

Because of the COVID-19 situation, a lot of anime and manga titles have been put back. This may be one of the reasons why Dragon Ball Super anime season 2 didn’t come out this week, though.

There are a lot of Twitter users who say that the first episode of Dragon Ball Super Season 2 Episode 1 will start airing in April 2023, when the DBS hero movie comes out. Season two will be a little shorter than the first season and DBS S2 will have about 60 episodes.

What would a Dragon Ball Super Season 2 be about?

Even though there haven’t been any new episodes of “Dragon Ball Super” since 2018, the manga of the same name has been going strong. There are two more arcs ready for a TV show. A new storyline is coming up called the Galactic Patrol Prisoner arc, which introduces a new creepy goat-headed villain. If you’ve been reading the manga, you know that. People who read “Dragon Ball Super” are reading about Granolah, which is a story about the only person who survived from a race that the Saiyan army killed off.

What would a Dragon Ball Super Season 2 be about?

If the stories are made into TV shows, they’re sure to have a lot of exciting fights. Of course, Toei could write a whole new story just for the show. Until they make an official statement, we can’t get our hopes up too high about what they’re going to do. Funimation and Crunchyroll let people watch “Dragon Ball Super” again while they’re waiting for new episodes to come out.

Who will return for Dragon Ball Super Season 2?

If Dragon Ball Super happens, fans can hope to see the following characters returning:

  • Goku (Masako Nozawa in the Japanese version, Sean Schemmel in the English version)
  • Krillin (Mayumi Tanaka in the Japanese version, Sonny Strait in the English version)
  • Bulma (Aya Hisakawa in the Japanese version, Monica Rial in the English version)
  • Piccolo (Toshio Furukawa in the Japanese version, Christopher Sabat in the English version)
  • Master Roshi (Masaharu Satô in the Japanese version, Mike McFarland in the English version)
  • Trunks (Takeshi Kusao in the Japanese version, Alexis Tipton in the English version)
  • Gohan (Masako Nozawa in the Japanese version, Kyle Hebert in the English version), among many others.

Is there any trailer for Dragon Ball Super Season 2?

For now we don’t have any information about the trailer of season 2. Visit site regularly for latest update. while check the trailer of previous season.


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