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Galactic Patrol Prisoner Arc Anime Coming?

Galactic Patrol Prisoner Arc Anime Coming?
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Is Dragon Ball Super anime TV series really returning to feature the Galactic Patrol Prisoner Arc?

Dragon Ball Super anime is set to return this year with the release of the upcoming movie Dragon Ball Super: Super Herobut fans are wondering if the anime TV show will return to continue the popular shonen manga series by creator Akira Toriyama and artist Toyotarou.

Dragon Ball Super Season 2: Moro Arc

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Dragon Ball Super Season 2: Moro Arc

It’s been four years since the anime series ended its run with the conclusion of the Tournament of Power, but there’s still plenty of material from the ongoing manga that’s left to adapt, including the Galactic Patrol Prisoner and the Granolah the Survivor arcs. Now, a new April Fool’s Day prank has fans believing that the anime TV show is set to return next year to follow the story of Goku and Vegeta’s conflict with the powerful energy-absorbing criminal-sorcerer, Moro

If you haven’t caught up with the manga, the story of the Galactic Patrol Prisoner Arc begins after the Tournament of Power, and the Z-Fighters find themselves facing off with an energy-absorbing wizard that’s seeking to absorb entire planets into his being.

Over on Twitter, user DBS Chronicles posted a hilarious rumor claiming that Dragon Ball Super’s anime series is set to return with an adaptation of the Galactic Patrol Prisoner Arc. Fans have been waiting for Toei Animation to announce the return of the anime following the show’s long hiatus, but sadly, this is just an April’s Fool Joke.

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Despite this post turning out to be a joke, fans are still hopeful that Toei Animation will renew the anime series for a new season. Hopefully, the studio will announce a new season after they release Dragon Ball Super: Super Herowhich was originally set to release in Japanese theaters this April, but due to the Toei Animation hack, it has been postponed with no exact date announced yet.

You can read more details about the potential Dragon Ball Super Season 2 here.

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