Dragon Ball Super is one of the most popular anime series in the world, with Dragon Ball Z being its predecessor. Dragon Ball Super Season 2 has just been released on Toonami and it’s already a huge hit among fans. There are many reviews that have come out about Dragon Ball Super Season 2 and we have compiled them all here for you!
When will Dragon Ball Super Season 2: Release?
There are not any official announcements about when “Dragon Ball Super” Season 2 will come out. But we can probably expect it to come out in the next few years. The movie will come out in 2022, and Toei Animation will probably wait for a little before showing it on tv. Since the first “Super” film (titled “Dragon Ball Super: Broly”) premiered in December, the next film may also premiere in December. This would leave “Dragon Ball Super” Season 2 to debut as early as 2023.
The International Business Times reported a hint that Toei animator Florence Jay Dominguito gave about the future of “Dragon Ball Super.” Recently, a person on the Dragon Ball website said that they were really excited about new movies and merchandise. I’m also excited about the new anime that will continue Dragon Ball Super.
What is the plot of Dragon Ball Super Season 2?
There haven’t been any episodes of “Dragon Ball Super” since 2018. But there are more stories in the manga of the same name and these stories might be turned into a new TV show. The series left after the Universal Survival arc. If you’ve followed along with the manga, then you know that the next storyline is about a new villain called Galactic Patrol Prisoner. The story in the manga “Dragon Ball Super” is about Granola, who is the only survivor of a race of people that the Saiyan army wiped out.
Either saga is sure to bring plenty of thrilling fights to the small screen — if they’re adapted to television. Of course, Toei could create an entirely new arc just for the show. Until they give an official announcement, we’ll have to avoid getting our hopes up too high. Luckily, “Dragon Ball Super” is available to rewatch on streaming services like Funimation and Crunchyroll, so fans can dive back into the action while they wait for updates.
Who will be Starring in Dragon Ball Super Season 2?
If “Dragon Ball Super” Season 2 does come to fruition, we’ll hear from the franchise’s veteran voice actors. Fans can expect to see Goku (Masako Nozawa in the Japanese version, Sean Schemmel in English), Krillin (Mayumi Tanaka/Sonny Strait), Bulma (Aya Hisakawa/Monica Rial), Piccolo (Toshio Furukawa/Christopher Sabat), Master Roshi (Masaharu Satô/Mike McFarland), Trunks (Takeshi Kusao/Alexis Tipton), and Gohan (Masako Nozawa/Kyle Hebert), among many others.
Ryō Horikawa, who voiced Vegeta in the Japanese version of Dragon Ball, recently tweeted that he will be in Season 2. He did not say how he will be in it or what his role will be. There was a tweet from Horikawa. He talked about meeting with Toei Animation. But he didn’t say what they were talking about. It might be the film or it might be Season 2 of the TV show.
What are fans expecting from Dragon Ball Super Season 2?
Fans assumed this to mean “Dragon Ball Super” Season 2 is definitely on its way, but as IBT pointed out, there may have been an error in translation: “Japanese translator and social media influencer Ken Xyro pointed out what the Toei animator said — ‘I’m also excited to see if there will be a new continuation of Dragon Ball Super tv anime.'” Whether it was an accidental slip or a rumor gone rogue, it’s clear that fans want more “Dragon Ball Super,” and are anxiously awaiting the announcement.
What are the reviews from critics?
Critics for Dragon Ball Super Season One gave the show mixed reviews. On Rotten Tomatoes, Dragon Ball Super received a 60% approval rating from critics with an average score of 16/100.
On Metacritic, Dragon Ball Super has been given a 40 out of 100 on their critic’s aggregate—with 12 reviews counted and giving it either one or two stars.
But fans seem to be absolutely loving Dragon Balls’ return! They have flooded Twitter feeds and made memes celebrating its arrival as they anxiously await more episodes in Dragon Ball Super Season Two.”