|Premiered:||22 July 2017 (Jump Victory Carnival 2017 Official Guidebook)|
|Availability:||Jump Victory Carnival 2017 Official Guidebook
Dragon Ball Super Volume 5 (Collected Manga Edition)
Following the battle with Zamasu, Trunks and Mai begin to settle down at Capsule Corporation in the present-day timeline. Gohan pops out to say hello, informing Trunks that he has been training in the gravity room even though no-one has asked him to participate in the recent battles. Trunks notes to himself how the Gohan in this timeline is old enough to resemble the Gohan he knew from his future timeline.
Gohan says the future must be peaceful thanks to Trunks’ hard work, that he’d like to visit it, oh and how long will Trunks be staying this time? To Mai’s surprise, Trunks says that he was planning on going back in a few days. While Trunks cannot invite Gohan to come see it just yet, some day he would love to bring Gohan there to see it. Gohan blurts out that he would also love to meet the Bulma in that timeline, too! As Bulma criticizes the naive and clearly-ignorant Gohan, Trunks mutters to Mai that they should return to an earlier point in the future timeline…
- At each year’s Jump Victory Carnival, a special guidebook is produced that all attendees receive. Within this guidebook is booth information, promotions for upcoming products, as well as short manga chapters from Shueisha’s team of authors. In previous guidebooks, Toyotarō had contributed Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission bonus chapters; with that series on hiatus, for the 2015 guidebooks onward, he moved on to Dragon Ball Super bonus chapters.
The majority of the Dragon Ball series was drawn in black and white, but every once in a while fans were graced with some color pages. This breakdown notes how many full-color, limited-color, and black-and-white pages appeared in this chapter.