That tremor you undoubtedly felt Sunday wasn't from leftover Fourth of July fireworks, but rather the booming excitement from fans as "Dragon Ball Super," the franchise's first television anime in 18 years, premiered in Japan.
While there's no word as to when the series might air in North America, I'm sure you can track down the first episode without too much effort. In the meantime, you can revel in the opening credits below.
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 Super” will contain plot elements that tie into the recent “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’” movie.
New episodes will air each Sunday morning on Japan's Fuji TV.