I know Dragon Ball does not need any introduction. It is a cult among anime lovers. But those who are unaware, we are here to tell you.
Dragon balls is a franchise that started its journey in 1984. Akira Toriyama created it. It is inspired by the novel Journey to the West and Hong Kong martial arts. The whole franchise revolves around the famous character Goku. His life changes when he meets Bulma. They begin an adventure of finding seven Dragon Balls.
Later, Toei Animation adapted it as two anime series named Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z, which premiered in Japan from 1986 to 1996.
Viewers loved the series and created a massive fan following.
Soon Dragon Ball becomes one of the highest revenue-generating media franchises to date.
The manga and the series were a blockbuster in Japan and later released in other 80 countries. It got appreciation from every corner of the world.
It is the second-best manga series in the world.
Dragon Ball Super which is the sequel to Dragon ball manga premiered on Fuji TV from July 2015 to March 2018.
A sequel film to the series Dragon Ball Super: Broly was released in December 2018. Now the fans are waiting for the Dragon Ball Super season 2.
The Release Date of Dragon Ball Super Season 2. When Will It Premiere?
Toei Animation has confirmed the renewal of the series. Earlier, there were rumors that season 2 would come in 2019. However, due to some other projects, the creators could not finish the series on time. In 2020, the global pandemic hit the world, and therefore the creators could not complete it. Now the internet is full of speculations that it will arrive somewhere in 2021. However, Toei Animation is silent on the release date of the series.
We will let you know if the studio announces any release date.
The Cast of Dragon Ball Super Season 2. Who to Expect?
All the main cast from Season 1 will return for sure which includes-
- Goku voiced by Sean Schemmel
- Vegeta voiced by Christopher R. Sabat
- Beerus voiced by Jason Douglas
- Whis voiced by Ian Sinclair
- Krillin voiced by Sonny Strait
The Plot of Dragon Ball Super Season 2. What to Expect From It?
At the end of season 1, we saw Goku and Vegeta go back to the planet of Beerus for further training. Beerus chooses to instruct Vegeta in the ways of Destruction, while Whis chose to train Goku to master Ultra Instinct. Meanwhile, a Cerelian soldier called Granolah recovered the remains of OG-73i, an android, and delivered it to his employers Heeters. He told Granolah that Frieza was alive and had come back with his troops. Granolah took the oath to become powerful so that he can take his revenge on Frieza.
In season 2, we will see will Granolah able to fetch revenge against Frieza? What will Vegeta do now? Will, he able to keep his promise?
Well, there are rumors that a new arch will be covered in season 2?
We will get to know the plot when season 2 will arrive as the creators are tight-lipped about the second installment so far.
Is There Any Trailer Available for Dragon Ball Super Season 2?
No, there is no trailer available anywhere in the series. However, you will able to watch hoax and fake trailers on youtube. We will tell you once the official trailer comes.
What Is the IMDB Rating of Dragon Ball Super?
As you all know, all anime lovers have a special place for this anime in the heart. It scored an exceptional rating of 8.4 out of 10.
Where Can We Watch Dragon Ball Super Season 2?
It is available in more than 80 countries, so you can watch it on giant platforms like Netflix, Amazon, Crunchyroll, and Funimation. You can also watch it on regional networks of countries.
No words are enough for the series. The series is just mindblowing. If we talk about the characters, nothing compared to Goku. The plot is quite engaging and entertaining. The cinematography and artwork are breathtaking. It has been nominated for several awards and won Best Continuing Series in Chrunchuroll anime awards 2018.
If you have not watched the series to date, do watch it. It is action-packed and full of adventure.
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