As a huge fan of the Dragon Ball franchise, I have been eagerly awaiting for it’s return since my childhood. But with close to two years without any news and all signs pointing towards an eventual end in January 2019, how are we supposed to prepare?
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As the Dragon Ball Super brand prepares for the new year, whispers of a possible comeback of the TV anime series have began to circulate. Following a delicious hint from the producer of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero in a special greeting to fans on the official Dragon Ball website, there may be something more to look forward to this year besides the new film entering Japanese cinemas this Spring. Fans are arguing whether or not the producer has hinted at more episodes, but the true question is whether or not to abandon the CG animation.
Before the release of Dragon Ball Super: Broly, development on Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero started, and Toei Animation sought to set itself apart with this next project by fully using the latest CGI technology that the studio and team had been praising since the film’s announcement. They’ve been able to do all of this while working on a variety of other projects (on which former Dragon Ball Super animation crew members have gone on), which makes one question whether a full TV anime run for the series would have the same style.
(Photo courtesy of Toei Animation)
Because the small glimpses of the series via advertising materials have been really amazing so far, there’s a lot of enthusiasm for the complete CGI look for the brand in the next film. The issue with the full CG aesthetic is that we’ve already seen what the apex of Dragon Ball Super might look like in the events of Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Sure, the CG in Super Hero won’t be as bad as it was in the last film (particularly because director Tetsuro Kodama has a lot of expertise with CG animation productions), but the 2D animated extravaganza we’ve already seen is hard to forget.
Because the action of Dragon Ball Super: Broly has been boiling in the minds of fans for over four years, it’s probable that this would be the look that many more fans would prefer than a CG continuation. Then there’s the question of whether such a continuation is stable. With any form of animation, the anime won’t be able to keep the same level of quality throughout, but rougher edges would be easier to pick out (and pick on) with CG animation. It’s only a question of how much work the Toei Animation employees have to do.
At the end of the day, a new Dragon Ball Super anime, whether in 2D or 3D, would be thrilling, but let’s be honest with ourselves. No matter how fantastic the new movie’s CG approach is, if the whole anime returns with the same appearance, it would plainly offend viewers. We’ve all been wishing for the types of 2D animated peaks we’ve seen previously, and the bulk of us are hopeful they return.
What are your thoughts? Would you want to see Dragon Ball Super in 2D or CG animation return? Would you be satisfied with just receiving new anime episodes in general? Let us know what you think in the comments section! You may also contact me directly on Twitter @Valdezology for all things animation and other great stuff!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will Dragon Ball Super anime continue?
A: There isnt any confirmation on this yet.
Is Dragon Ball Super Over?
A: No, it is not. Dragon Ball Super will be airing until the early 2020s.
Will there be a Dragon Ball Super Season 2?
A: Unfortunately, there will not be a second season of Dragon Ball Super.
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