Published by VegettoEX
18 March 2019, 12:50 PM EDT

Super Dragon Ball Heroes manga author Yoshitaka Nagayama announced on Twitter today the return of his previous Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Dark Demon Realm Mission! series (“part two”) in the upcoming May 2019 issue of Shueisha’s Saikyō Jump magazine.

The return of Dark Demon Realm Mission will run alongside its replacement, Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Universe Mission, which took over and began its own serialization back in the magazine’s May 2018 issue.

“Dark Demon Realm” story material has continued in the Super Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game series. Nagayama’s “Dark Demon Realm” manga content ran for ten chapters in its original serialization, and received one bonus chapter across its two compiled print releases (in April 2017 and May 2018, respectively).

A sequel/continuation from and initially a replacement for the previous Dragon Ball Heroes Super Charisma Mission! manga series, Dark Demon Realm Mission! began in the September 2016 issue of Shueisha’s Saikyō Jump magazine telling a new story set in the Super Dragon Ball Heroes world with Time Patrol Trunks, Chronoa, and more. The series’ tenth chapter was serialized in the March 2018 issue, which simultaneously marked it as the “End of Part 1” while the table of contents listed it as the “final chapter”.

Nagayama’s original Charisma Mission series debuted with a special Rookie Charisma Mission Episode 0 in the December 2013 issue of Saikyō Jump, then ran in earnest from the July 2014 to July 2016 issues. In it, Engineer Yoshito, Battle Navigator Tsubasa, and Battle Princess Momo illustrate the various features of the game in comedic ways. With the cancellation of Katsuki Hirose‘s Dragon Ball Discross Divine Power God MAX!! spin-off manga series (due to the Discross arcade game’s official discontinuation), Nagayama returned with Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Charisma Mission!! in the March 2017 issue, which has been running alongside the standard manga fare.

The May 2019 of Shueisha’s bimonthly Saikyō Jump magazine is due out 05 April 2019. The magazine also currently serializes the Dragon Ball GT anime comic (which is set to hit the final episode’s content this upcoming issue) and Naho Ooishi’s Dragon Ball SD (currently in the Saiyan arc, having skipped over some previous material).