Saikyō Jump Lays Out Upcoming “Dragon Ball Super” Story Line
Published by 02 October 2015, 1:04 PM EDT

The November 2015 issue of Saikyō Jump, released today in Japan (02 October 2015), lays out the upcoming story for Dragon Ball Super up through episode 20:

  • Episode #13 — 04 October 2015
    Super Saiyan God Son Goku and Beerus’ super-fierce fight gets more and more intense!!
  • Episode #14 — 11 October 2015
    During his battle with Beerus, an unexpected change happens to Goku, who had been a Super Saiyan God…!?
  • Episode #15 — 18 October 2015
    After the battle with Beerus wraps up, a terrible visitor comes to Satan!?
  • Episode #16 — 25 October 2015
    With the battle over, one day Kuririn visits Goku. His unexpected request is…!?
  • Episode #17 — 01 November 2015
    Some time has passed on Earth. Gohan and Videl’s daughter is finally born!!
  • Episode #18 — 08 November 2015
    Goku departs Earth and begins training under Whis. The surprising training method is…!?
  • Episode #19 — 15 November 2015
    Goku throws himself into training under Whis. Meanwhile in Hell, you-know-who suffers intense torment.
  • Episode #20 — 22 November 2015
    An unprecedented threat bears down on Earth!! At this time, an old friend comes to visit Bulma…!?

Judging by the short summaries, the Battle of Gods re-telling will wrap up by Episode 15 as the series then transfers to an interstitial bit of material not actually shown in either Battle of Gods or Revival of “F”. Freeza material seemingly begins in Episode 19, with Jaco likely making his appearance in Episode 20.

Dragon Ball Super is expected to re-tell Revival of “F” before making its way to a new story arc involving Universe 6.

Episode 13 of Dragon Ball Super airs this weekend (04 October 2015 at 9:00 a.m. on Fuji TV in Japan), and will mark the debut of the series’ second closing theme song, “Starring Star” by KEYTALK.

The November 2015 issue of Saikyō Jump, which comes packed with a B3-sized Dragon Ball Super poster, is available to order via CDJapan and Amazon Japan.

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