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Published by 09 May 2024, 12:24 PM EDTComment

In conjunction with “Goku Day” today, Bandai Namco announced the brand-new Dragon Ball Super Divers (ドラゴンボールスーパーダイバーズ) digital card-based arcade game currently in development: The forthcoming game sports three digital touchscreen monitors, as well as a seated area with three large, physical, colored buttons. The game is set to succeed and ultimately replace the currently-running Super

Published by 04 May 2024, 10:42 AM EDTComment

The September 2021 issue of Shueisha’s Saikyō Jump magazine kicked off a “Dragon Ball Super Gallery” series in commemoration of the Dragon Ball franchise’s upcoming 40th anniversary. The celebration aims to have different artists all contribute their own spin on the original 42 tankōbon covers, with the images and an accompanying comment published as the

Published by 30 April 2024, 10:34 AM EDTComment

Bandai Namco has released a new “Master and Apprentice” trailer — both in English and Japanese — for the forthcoming DRAGON BALL: Sparking! ZERO video game: In addition to the 51 character blocks previously revealed, the new trailer announced the following playable characters: Piccolo Gohan (Youth) Turtle Hermit Kuririn Yamcha Videl Gohan (Adolescent) Beerus Whis

Published by 18 April 2024, 12:20 PM EDTComment,

Following up on their Dragon Ball Z: Best Collection set from earlier this year, French company Microïds — by way of their Kana Music sublabel — are set to release another vinyl record set in the form of Dragon Ball Super: Original Soundtrack Volume 1, to begin shipping this spring for €49.99. A total of

Published by 11 April 2024, 4:44 PM EDTComment

The September 2021 issue of Shueisha’s Saikyō Jump magazine kicked off a “Dragon Ball Super Gallery” series in commemoration of the Dragon Ball franchise’s upcoming 40th anniversary. The celebration aims to have different artists all contribute their own spin on the original 42 tankōbon covers, with the images and an accompanying comment published as the

Published by 29 March 2024, 10:02 AM EDTComment

Reflecting on the passing of original creator Akira Toriyama, Dragon Ball Super manga author and artist Toyotarō took to Twitter this week to share an anecdote about his review process with Toriyama for the most recent manga chapter. Toyotarō noted that, at the end of his original draft for chapter 103, the characters all simply

Published by 22 March 2024, 11:42 AM EDTComment

In conjunction with a new gameplay showcase stream this week, Bandai Namco has released a new “Power VS Speed” trailer — both in English and Japanese — for the forthcoming DRAGON BALL: Sparking! ZERO video game: In addition to the 40 character blocks previously revealed, the new trailer announced the following additional character inclusions: Super

Published by 21 March 2024, 9:05 PM EDTComment

The expanded adaptation of Sand Land — originally a theatrical film that debuted in Japan last summer — formally hit streaming services worldwide yesterday (20 March 2024). Spanning 13 total episodes, the expanded series covers the events of last year’s film (itself covering and expanding upon the events of the original 14-chapter manga series) over

Published by 21 March 2024, 12:01 PM EDTComment

The official Dragon Ball games Twitter account — both in Japanese and in English (by way of Bandai Namco) — announced today that the 2020 video game Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is set to receive continued development support. #ドラゴンボールZKAKAROT『ドラゴンボールZ KAKAROT』は今後も展開を予定しております。どうぞ続報をお待ちください! — 「ドラゴンボール」家庭用ゲーム公式 (@dbgame_official) March 21, 2024 『ドラゴンボールZ KAKAROT』は今後も展開を予定しております。 どうぞ続報をお待ちください!” Developed by CyberConnect2 for Bandai Namco,

Published by 20 March 2024, 12:00 PM EDT3 Comments

Following up on previous chapters, Shueisha and Viz have added the official English translation of the Dragon Ball Super manga’s 103rd chapter to their respective Manga Plus and Shonen Jump services, continuing onward into the brand-new “Super Hero arc”. After three chapters worth of original prologue material, the manga version of the arc covered the