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Upcoming anime TV Show Dragon Ball Super will have a composer who has previously worked on Dragon Ball Z movies.

Norihito Sumitomo will be scoring for the anime TV show that will hit TV, 18 years after its last Dragon Ball TV series, 1997's "Dragon Ball GT".

The confirmation comes from the composer himself. He revealed it through his official blog, reported Attack of the Fanboy.

Previously, Sumitomo worked in the 2013's "Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods" movie and also in the 2015's "Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F."

Dragon Ball Z fans could hear his scores in Dragon Ball Z Kai's the Majin Buu saga. It is likely that the composer will add some new and original score for the TV series.

Also, it was noted that the recent English dubs of the Japanese TV series have retained their original scores. Previously, the English dubs would have music from composer Bruce Faulconer.

Dragon Ball Super will have a mysterious villain who could be another type of "God". Its story is also expected to "exceed everyone's expectations".

The new TV series will debut on Fuji TV in July on Sundays at 9 am in Japan. Western release of this TV show will be at a later date. Currently, there is no information on the releases for North America and Europe.