Victory Uchida, the editor of the Dragon Ball Super Manga, revealed during the Dragon Ball Super stage at Jump Festa 2022 on December 18th, 2021 that the ongoing Granolah arc will soon end.
A new arc is set to start in V-Jump from next year and is already in the making.
The Dragon Ball Super stage at Jump Festa 22′ revealed a new trailer, the staff and cast members for the upcoming film Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero which is set to release on April 22nd, 2021 in Japan.
Earlier this December, Victory Uchida interviewed Manga author Toyotarou to commemorate the release of Dragon Ball Super Volume 17. During the interview, Uchida asked questions that fans posted a month prior to the interview release date.
Written by Akira Toriyama and illustrated by Toyotarou, Dragon Ball Super is a Japanese manga and anime series that follows on from the original Dragon Ball manga. Having a monthly release schedule, it began serialization in Shueisha’s shōnen manga magazine V-Jump in June 2015. As of December 2021, the series is compiled into 17 volumes.
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