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In the past few days, a rumour has made its way among the "Dragon Ball Super" fans. The series is finally returning with long-awaited new episodes. As soon as this rumour began, Toei Animation intervened to correct any confusion. Recently, a number of stories were circulating regarding the new series of the anime. If rumours are to be believed, Toei Animation has produced new episodes of "Dragon Ball Super," which might come out later this year. You might recall the anime ended with Tournament of Power, where Goku and Vegeta faced the mighty Jiren of the Universe 11.

Rumours

Despite having denied the indiscretion, Toei provided an ambiguous answer and alluded to an arrival of a second animated series, following the events of the Tournament of Power and the film "Dragon Ball Super: Broly."

Earlier WorldScreen portal reported that Toei Animation might come up with the new episodes of "Dragon Ball Super" as it has transcended in the NATPE Miami 2019, an event organised by the National Association of Television Program Executives in the United States.

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To those who don't know, the NATPE Miami 2019 is a space in which content distributors and broadcasters executives houses negotiate the sale of films, series, documentaries, entertainment, etc. They further reported that it is not known precisely what will be the saga that the anime will tackle after the close of the Power Tournament. It is rumoured that the arch "The Prisoner of the Galactic Patrol " of the manga would be the most likely to be adapted to television.

The official note of the creators stated that Toei never "mentioned or announced" previously unpublished episodes, declaring to the microphones of Anime News Network that "at the moment there is nothing true." The fact is that the rumour in question is not true at the moment. However, there are still hopes for fans who want "DBS 2" to happen as soon as possible.

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Dragon Ball has been popular inside and outside of Japan for decades now and has gained a new burst of popularity with Dragon Ball Super. Broly brought in over $7 million from the U.S. box office on its first day. Currently, "Dragon Ball Super" is running in the cinemas. Synopsis of the anime says, "Destinies collide in a battle that will shake the universe to its very core. Goku is back to training hard so he can face the most powerful foes the universes have to offer, and Vegeta is keeping up right beside him. But when they suddenly find themselves against an unknown Saiyan, they discover a terrible, destructive force." Stay tuned for more news and updates.