The long wait is nearing its end. Best thing, we really didn’t even there was a wait. With Jurassic Park World, a new Terminator and Bush vs Clinton, It only seems right to add the Dragon Ball Z cherry to the cake! Dragon Ball Super will be releasing in Japan on July 5th, 2015. CRAZY close. Only issue, no word on the United States release date.
Rumors and speculation say that the States may not have to wait as long as normal and could air one to two weeks behind, none of these are confirmed however It would be one of the coolest things ever. The show will broadcast in Japan on Fuji TV on Sundays at 9:00 am.
Great news is that Japanese Actress Masako Nozawa will resume her roles as the voice of Goku, Gohan and Goten (Nerdgasm) so we should be hearing some familiar voices. The only other information that we know right now in terms of the crew are Director Kimitoshi Chioka, writing credits goes to Akira Toriyama, and producers Atsushi Kido, Osamu Nozaki and Naoka Sagawa. Kimitosh Chioka certainly no stranger to the Anime game, even have directed 3 episodes of Digimon: Digital Monsters in 2003.
Fuji TV Produer Osamu Nozaki commented on the new series say, “As I read the plot, ive already received from Akira Toriyama, my dreams for this beghin to expand. An enemy even stronger then Buu or Freeza may appear…” Curiosity with those quote grows as could this series be as long as ‘Z’ was? With the adaptation of multiple movies providing side stories and watching the growth of characters? As a Dragon Ball fan, I can only hope.
The opening plot would seem that after Goku defeated the dangerous Majin Buu, peace has returned to Earth once again. Couple years later, Chi Chi wants Goku to get a job, so Goku works as a raddish farmer. Meanwhile, Goten along with his friend Trunks are looking for a present for Videl, soon to be his sister-in-law when his older brother, Gohan gets engaged with her. More to the plot of this apparent episode or later episodes are unknown.