Since its debut as a manga in 1984, “Dragon Ball” has remained one of the most popular media franchises. With seemingly endless storylines to come, it has been adapted into a slew of different anime series, motion pictures, and video games over the years. Goku, a young boy with a monkey tail, is the protagonist of “Dragon Ball.”
When he meets Bulma, he sets out to find the seven powerful dragon balls that can grant any wish once they’re brought together by the two of them. Eventually, Goku begins his martial arts training with Master Roshi, where he meets his lifelong friend Krillin. Throughout time. Goku and his pals have a great time on their many adventures, making new friends (and enemies) along the way.
“Dragon Ball Super,” which premiered in 2015 and takes place after the defeat of Majin Buu, is one of the most popular “Dragon Ball” series (via Anime News Network). Dragon Ball Super ran for 131 episodes before it was canceled in 2018, according to Anime News Network, and there haven’t been any updates on the popular spin-off since then.
Since Toei Animation recently announced that a second “Dragon Ball Super” film will be released in 2022, many fans have begun to wonder if there will be a new season of the anime series to go along with it. Until further notice, the following is all we currently know about the second season of “Dragon Ball Super”.
Dragon Ball Super Season 2 Story
Season 1 of the anime focused primarily on the Tournament of Power arc, but the manga took a different turn. The Moro arc is currently ongoing in the manga, and DBS Season 2 is expected to center around it.
The plot of Dragon Ball Super Moro is a colossal threat to the multiverse because he has been stalking the cosmos for tens of thousands of universes and feeds on the life force of the planets he visits. In order to take on Moro, Goku and Vegeta have put in a lot of effort.
This arc will be good for Dragon Ball Super 2, but fans are looking for more. Supporters hope that Toei will produce an animated film depicting the king’s meeting with Vegeta on the planet Sadala. Perhaps Vegeta will teach them about the legend of King Vegeta and the destruction of his home planet, Vegeta, in Universe 7.
Dragon Ball Super Season 2 Cast
- Goku stars as Masako Nozawa Masako Nozawa is a Japanese actress, voice actress and narrator. Throughout her life, she has been affiliated with Production Baobab, 81 Produce, and self-owned Office Nozawa; she is also affiliated with Aoni Production. Her late husband, Masaaki Tsukada, was also a voice actor
- Krillin stars as Mayumi Tanaka The Japanese actress, voice actress, and narrator Mayumi Tanaka is known for her work. She has portrayed characters such as Monkey D. Luffy in One Piece, Ryuunosuke Fujinami in Urusei Yatsura, Koenma in Yu Yu Hakusho, and Pazu in Laputa: The Castle of the Wind
- Bulma stars as Aya Hisakawa Japanese voice actress and singer Aya Hisakawa Hisakawa is well-known as a voice actress for her work in anime and video games, in addition to her many solo CD releases.
- Piccolo stars as Toshio Furukawa
- Master Roshi stars as Masaharu Satô
- Trunks stars as Takeshi Kusao
- Gohan stars as Masako Nozawa
Dragon Ball Super Season 2 Release Date
“Mythical Dragon Ball Super” Season 2 hasn’t been officially announced, but fans can probably expect it to premiere within the next few weeks or months. When Toei Animation’s “Mythical beast Ball Super” film debuts in 2022, they’ll probably spread out the premieres a little.
It’s possible that the next film in the side project adventure, titled “Mythical Beast Ball Super: Broly,” will also premiere during a colder season, leaving “Winged Serpent Ball Super” Season 2 to make a big appearance as soon as 2023.
Dragon Ball Super Season 2 Trailer
Season 2’s trailer is still pending. For now, you can get a sense of the plot by watching the Season 1 trailer. The first trailer for Dragon Ball Super’s first season can be seen below:
In late 2022 or early 2023, your wait is expected to end if you’re still wondering what happened to Moro.
Fans of the Dragon Ball series can be found all over the world. There is an excellent English dub version of the anime for international fans. If you want to watch the show in English, you can find English dubbed episodes on Funimation, Adult Swim, AnimeLab, and Crunchyroll.