Dragon Ball Super Season 2: All Rumors Debunked, Spoilers & Release

Dragon Ball Super Season 2

After the mind-blowing first season, fans are now eagerly waiting for ‘Dragon Ball Super Season 2.’ The Dragon Ball Franchise has hit massive success in the anime industry. The breathtaking action scenes made fans go crazy over the last few episodes. Right now every fan is waiting for the renewal of season 2. With the anime’s happy ending fans are very impressed and longing for more Goku-Vegeta action.

On-going Rumors About Dragon Ball Super Season 2

Not long ago there was a rumor circulating about Dragon Ball Super Season 2. A report by Newsweek states that pre-production of the next set of the episodes has already started since September last year. The reason behind the early production is to avoid the problems with the animation quality of the original series run. Added, Dragon Ball Super Season 2 is set to release in July 2019.

Also, it suggests that the creator who drew the character models for the recently released Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie will be doing the same for the next season.

Later when the rumor reached the Toei Animation studio, they discarded the rumor right away. Toei Animation’s Media Representative David Syatt told that no episodes are in production right now.

The Production Studio Is Busy With Other Projects

Right now, the Toei Animation is busy in making mythological action anime Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac with a 12 episode run. Furthermore, it is going to release on 19th July 2019. And rumors have mistaken its release date with the premiere of Dragon Ball Super Season 2.

Possibilities of Dragon Ball Super Season 2

When fans talk about anime, Dragon Ball is the series that has the highest number of fans worldwide. And Dragon Ball Super isn’t different, this itself is the biggest reason behind Toei Animation coming up with new Dragon Ball series, movies, and games.

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Universal saga has come to an end with the trio, Goku, Frieza and Android 17 defeating Jiren with surprise attacks. Moreover, in the end, Universe 7 endured “World Tournament.”
In the last scene where Goku was about to leave, Zen-Oh sama asks him, “Will you be back?” Goku promised that he’ll be back for more fights. This could be the hint creators dropped about the sequel of the series.

Moreover, the movie: Dragon Ball Super Broly has made its place in one of the top grossing anime movies. The film depicts one of the intense fights in the whole series featuring both Goku and Vegeta. Broly’s powered up green aura has the same level of Super Saiyan Blue. Locked into the battle, fans saw the most dangerous opponent Goku and Vegeta have faced.

Dragon Ball Super Season 2 could be the next project of Toei animation after the enormous success of Dragon Ball Super Broly.

Spoilers of Dragon Ball Super Season 2

Dragon Ball Super Season 2

According to the events laid down in the manga, the upcoming arc opens in a new era of Dragon Ball which introduces another vicious villain.

The new arc begins with the scene where the fighters of Universe 7 train to get more stronger and powerful.

In the next part, Goku and others meet with a Galactic Patrol agent that tells them the story of Moro, the Planet-eater. Ten million years ago, a villain came into space that destroys the planets and turns them into dead stars to absorb its life energy. After absorbing the energy of 320 planets, Supreme Kai exchanges the majority of his godly power and succeeds in sealing Moro’s magic. It is believed that Moro still had a considerable amount of battle ability in him.

Since then Moro is sentenced to life imprisonment after handing him over to galactic patrol. However, now he has escaped, and Galactic Patrol is on the hunt.

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After hearing the story of Moro, Goku becomes excited to meet him in person. With Vegeta, they both tag along with the Galactic Patrol to find escaped Moro. After a little adventure on the way, they finally get a transmission saying that Moro’s location has been detected.
Goku tries to sense his kai. However, it turns out to be that Moro was the first one to notice Goku and Vegeta.

Dragon Ball Super Season 2 Release Date

For now, the plans of Dragon Ball Super Season 2 is not on the table of Toei Animation. But since a new arc has been introduced in the recent manga chapters, we can predict that the upcoming season will follow the manga. If that is going to happen then, fans don’t have to wait long for the next installment.

Reportedly, Toei Animation and Funimation want the subbed as well as dubbed episodes to air together. The Dragon Ball Super dubbed will end in October – November 2019. Therefore, it is safe to assume the new season could start airing in early 2020.

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