Fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of Dragon Ball Super Season 2 for a long time. The first season was released in June 2022, and since then, fans have been craving to get some updates about Season 2. The series has been adapted from Akira Toriyama’s manga. Fans have been treated to two movies as well: Dragon Ball Super: Broly and Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. But there has been silence on the release date of Super Season 2.
Dragon Ball Super Season 2 Preview
To know the plot for Dragon Ball Super Season 2, we will have to dig into the manga series. So as per the original manga, the focus of the second season should be on the Galactic Patrol Prisoner saga and the Moro arc. The Z warriors will have to tackle Moro, who desires to become the supreme leader of the world. He becomes extremely powerful and can wreak huge havoc on the world. Humanity faces a huge threat. We might see Goku and Jaco working together to defeat Moro.
Will there be a Dragon Ball Super Season 2?
It has been a long time since Season 1 ended. Fans have been looking for any updates on Dragon Ball Super season 2. Well according to officials season 2 is definitely arriving. Florence Dominguito, a crew member at Toei Animation revealed some insights into season 2.
“As a fan, I’m really looking forward to new movies and merchandise. I’m also excited about the new anime that will continue Dragon Ball Super,”
His confession makes it clear that fans will definitely get to see Dragon Ball Super Season 2. Now it can be either a complete movie or a new season.
When can we expect Dragon Ball Super Season 2 to be released?
We don’t have an official announcement right now. But rumours strongly point out that the second season might see the light of day in late 2023. Yes, it is unlikely that season 2 will release before late 2023. So fans might have to wait some more time. The production work is going on, and the makers have roped in Akira Toriyama as well. The series would probably air on Funimation or Crunchyroll.
Dragon Ball Super Season 2 Cast
The cast hasn’t been confirmed. But it’s likely that the pivotal characters will again make a comeback. So the beloved characters of season 1 will surely be back.
- Masako Nozawa as Son Gokû
- Ryô Horikawa as Vegeta
- Christopher Sabat as Vegeta
- Kôichi Yamadera as Birusu
- Masakazu Morita Uisu
- Doc Morgan as Narrator
- Sean Schemmel as Goku
Dragon Ball Super Season 1 Ending
We saw how the first season ended with the conclusion of the Universal Survival Saga. Every Z fighter fought vigorously in the Tournament of Power. Just like the anime, The Survival Saga was the first saga of the original manga series. So according to the manga, the new series will focus on the Galactic Patrol Prisoner Saga.
Meanwhile, check out the trailer for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, one of the most popular movies of the Dragon Ball franchise.