2022 will be a year of Dragon Ball greatthese were the premises according to the sensational words of Akio Iyoku, editor-in-chief of V-Jump, the magazine in which the manga of the same name is currently published, as well as head of the DB room, Shueisha’s office dedicated to projects related to the masterpiece of Akira Toriyama.

To be precise, one thing is certain: Dragon Ball Super 2 is being manufactured and could debut in 2023. This shows a rumor recently leaked by a well-known insider, which has been confirmed by other experts in the industry. Only the official announcement is missing, which for a project of this kind can only be made with great fanfare.

This year There will be no Dragon Ball panel at San Diego Comic-Conwhich is why many have begun to anticipate a resounding announcement Jump Victory Carnival, the next big Shueisha event. Own Akio Iyoku will be together with guest of this event Viktory Ukhida, famous and eccentric editor of V-Jump, appearances that seem to herald something big. However, given the precedents, we think it is unlikely that Dragon Ball Super 2 will be announced here, which presumably could be dedicated to the presentation of the manga’s next arc, the continuation of the Granolah saga.

And you on the other hand, what do you expect next July 17th? As usual, please let us know by leaving a comment in the appropriate box at the bottom of the page.

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