Part of that Dragon ball still remains deeply associated with Dragon Ball GT, though it has never been recognized as canonical within the vast universe created by Akira Toriyama, but recent events in Dragon Ball Super have paved the way for the canonization of specific and important objects in GT.
Continue with the narrative arc dedicated to the survivor GranolahChapter 69 of Dragon Ball Super shows the daily life of the criminal on the planet Cereal, and introduces Monaito, an older Namek who moved there afterward the coming of his people in the dimension that Goku and his companions are in. If we briefly focus on the origins of the Namekians, we become aware of the possible existence of infinite dragon balls. Because of this, it is natural to think of a Canonization of the Black Star Spheres, appeared in GT.
These spheres call Supreme Shenron to an extremely powerful dragon, capable of granting a wish that is beyond the limits of its earthly counterpart. However, the spheres also pose a threat, as if they were not found and used within a year on the same planet as before The planet has to explode. To make matters worse, the balls disperse in the galaxy as soon as the wish is expressed. What do you think about it? Is it possible that Toyotaro decides to include such powerful and dangerous objects in the canon? Let us know with a comment below.
Recall that Vegetto appeared in three different forms in a new character, and we're leaving you to Goku and Vegeta members of the Mugiwara thanks to a nice fanart.