Clamorous Dragon Ball Super: Shueisha opens a new domain, what does that mean?

One of the first steps before announcing a new production, in both anime, television and video game, can be reserved for opening a web domain. For this very reason, Shueisha's silent move was reserved Dragon Ball Super immediately a fuss.

In the Japanese animation space, the opening of a new domain is seen as the first sign of a new announcement given the numerous precedents. Just think about what happened to it Dragon Ball Super: Brolywhen TOEI animation he quietly opened one for the film. In fact, a problem inherent in DB Super's domains is nothing new since the animation studio last May opened two for 2021 and 2022.

This time the reality is very different. Indeed it was Shueisha, the publisher of the franchise associated with Akira Toriyama's masterpiece. This could hint at the upcoming announcement of a new production, likely not a movie, as TOEI has already committed to putting aside the two sites, possibly the highly anticipated Dragon Ball Super 2. We remind you about this The franchise will be 35 years old next February and what better opportunity than this 2021 to promote new projects inspired by the series?

However, the opening of this domain in connection with the Jump Festa 2021 in December, the largest and most popular event of the Shueisha publishing house, cannot leave you indifferent. We just have to wait for the next few weeks to find out what the most important Japanese fair in the anime and manga world will reserve this year.

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