A network leak revealed more information about the franchise's upcoming television projects dragon ball (It is believed to be Dragon Ball Super) will be announced in late November or early December this year. According to the leak, the information is allegedly confirmed by multiple sources, who indicate that production is already in the planning stages to make an official announcement.

The alleged leak is quite vague and the account that it came from has far from a trustworthy reputation, so its information is best taken with a high degree of skepticism. Despite this, it must be clarified that other more reputable leakers have already assured that the anime adaptation of Dragon Ball Super will continue with a second season next year, although there is no official confirmation on this yet.

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Akira Toriyama Y Toyotarou began publishing the manga through the publisher's V Jump magazine shueisha in June 2015. The play inspired a 131-episode anime adaptation produced by Studios Toei animationLed by Kimitoshi Chioka and scripts written by toriyamareleased in July 2015. A film titled Dragon Ball Super: Broly was released on December 14, 2018, followed by Dragon Ball Super: Superhero on June 11, 2022.

Summary of Dragon Ball Super

Seven years have passed since the events of Dragon Ball Z, the earth is at peace and people live freely with no danger lurking in the universe. This peace is only temporary, however, as an evil being comes from the depths of the darkness of the galaxy: Beerus, the god of destruction. Troubled by a prophecy that told him he would be defeated by a "Super Saiyan God," Beerus and his angelic assistant, Whis, will begin exploring the universe in search of this mysterious life form. They soon arrive on Earth where they find Goku, one of the strongest warriors on this planet.

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