A Report Hints That ‘Dragon Ball Super’ May Not Last Long


When it comes to Dragon Ball Super, all fans have to take this anime day by day. The series might be in the middle of an action-packed arc, but Toei Animation keeps the future of its show quiet as development goes on. However, there is a rumor that has fans ready to bet on how long Dragon Ball Super will last.

Yesterday, the anime fandom was sent into a tizzy when it had discovered a teaser for a new Dragon Ball movie. After a quick domain search, fans learned that many website URLs for the franchise were registered in Japan and they had teasers.

Over in Tokyo, the domain names dragonball2018, dragonball2019 and dragonball2020 were taken out on October 14 of 2017. The registrars GMO Internet and Onamae had scouted out URLs, and contact information traces back to Shibuya. Each of the URLs got fans buzzing as Toei Animation secured domains dragonball2013 and dragonball2015 for its recent Dragon Ball movies.

There is no word from Toei Animation on whether it plans a new Dragon Ball film, but fans are hopeful. The domain for dragonball2013 had been registered by a different party, but dragonball2015 was nabbed by GMO and Onamae. The domain’s registrant contact lead back to Shibuya which new URLs are associated with, and the lead-back has fans wondering if domains may hint the future of Dragon Ball Super.

Dragon Ball Super’s “Universal Survival” saga is part of the simulcast agreement that sites like Crunchyroll and Funimation have scored. Dragon Ball Super airs on Crunchyroll Saturdays at 7:15 p.m. CST. Toonami airs the English dub on Adult Swim Saturdays at 11:30 p.m.


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