We now know what Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama and Toei Animation have in mind for their next TV series. It’s been a while since Dragon Ball Super, but that show upped the ante to the point that the Dragon Balls were as large as planets, so where do you go from there? Apparently, you go smaller….a LOT smaller.
Son Gohan has been an afterthought in the most recent Dragon Ball Super Lore. He quits fighting because his real dream is to be a scholar. He doesn’t want to fight. Son Gohan looks far and different from the Future Gohan who raised Trunks from the Dark Future in the Android Saga. The last time Goku’s eldest son shines is when he defeated Cell. After that, it became his ceiling as the story started focusing on his dad again. He became a Jobber to make the next antagonist look strong. The moment he became an adult, He is just a nerdy scholar who doesn’t want to fight.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, released last January, is the latest video game retelling of the life of Son Goku…strange visitor from another planet disguised as nobody in particular, who stands for truth, justice, and achieving a power level even higher than he did the last time you saw him.
Here’s what Viz Media plans to release this November. Start your holiday wish list now….
It’s a huge day for Dragon Quest fans on Switch….the first three games in the series have all been released simultaneously on the platform. Head to the Eshop now and you’ll find DRAGON QUEST ($4.99), DRAGON QUEST II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line ($6.49) and DRAGON QUEST III: The Seeds of Salvation ($12.49). Why the price increases? It’s lost on me.
Let this post serve as your reminder that Dragon Quest XI is out in America! Whether on Playstation 4 or on PC via Steam, hours and hours of classic RPG action can be yours, enhanced by the prettiest and most detailed visuals ever seen in the series. And don’t stop until you’ve squashed every last Slime! Spider-Man can wait.
Television and film production company, Funimation, announced Friday that it would screen a limited theatrical release of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods in over 350 North American theaters on August 5, August 6, August 7, and August 9.