Dragon Ball Super
Dragon Ball Super will be releasing on 5 July on Fuji TV.toei-anim.co.jp


The first trailer of Dragon Ball Super from Toei Animation is out.

The new 15 seconds long trailer treats fans with a new order of things in Dragon Ball Super that will see the series with a new art style that will see many returning characters.

Attack of the Fanboy notes that Goku, Gohan, Trunks, Goten, Piccolo, Hercule, Buu, Videl, Beerus, Whis, King Kai and Vegeta are expected to be in the series.

This will be the most modern setup in Dragon Ball anime TV Show till date.

(YouTube Courtesy: Dragon Ball Z)

Original Story:

Upcoming anime TV series from Toei Animation, Dragon Ball Super, has been generating enough interest as this will be the first time in 18 years that fans will get to watch a Dragon Ball Z TV series.

Following revelatory news, Gotenks was confirmed in a dialogue that was released by Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. The dialogue also revealed the return of Goku, Gohan, Goten and Trunks in Dragon Ball Super.

[READ: Dragon Ball Super: Gotenks Confirmed?]

Now we have new information, courtesy the official Twitter page of Dragon Ball Super. The post states that fans will get a new video trailer around 15 June.

The post reads, "After June 14th's broadcast of Dragon Ball Z Kai, the first Dragon Ball Super announcement is airing. At the same time, the climax of Dragon Ball Z Kai happens. Plus next Monday, the official Dragon Ball Super website will be receiving a power up. The first video is coming soon!"

The translation was provided via Attack of the Fanboy, it states that the trailer will be out on 15 June.

Dragon Ball Super has been confirmed to be rolling out on 5 July, 2015 for Japanese fans. Hitting on Fuji TV at 9 am.

We know that that show will have a mysterious new character who has been speculated to be a new villain and the story will take place after the battle with Majin Buu, during a period of peace on Earth and following the events of their recent movie, "Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F".

Fans were euphoric after it was confirmed that Akira Toriyama will pen the TV series. Toriyama was the creator of the original story and characters' concepts of Dragon Ball Z.

Watch this space for updated info on Dragon Ball Super.