"Dragon Ball Super," the franchise's first new, original TV anime in 18 years, now has a premiere date.
According to the new issue of Shueisha's "Weekly Shonen Jump, the series will make its Japanese debut Sunday, July 5, on Fuji TV and other channels.
“Dragon Ball Super” is set a few years after the defeat of the planet-destroying Majin Buu/Majin Boo, at a time when Earth is peaceful again. “Dragon Ball” creator Akira Toriyama is credited with “original story and character concepts.”
A manga adaptation, drawn by "Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission" author Toyotarō, will debut in the super-sized August issue of Shueisha’s "V Jump" magazine.
(via Anime News Network)