The Dragon Ball Super TV Anime Is Ending This March [Update]

According to Japan’s Mantan Web, the Dragonball Super anime will be ending its television broadcast this March. Debuting in Japan in June 2015, Dragonball Super’s main story arc was created by Akira Toriyama. A new GeGeGe no Kitaro anime will take over the Dragon Ball Super’s current TV time slot in Japan and begin airing this April. Masako Nozawa, who voices Goku, will be voicing Medama-Oyaji and Piccolo voice actor Toshio Furukawa will play Nezumi-Otoko in the new GeGeGe no Kitaro anime.


Multiple times in the long-life animation that continues from the Showa era, the new series is being broadcasted is the Japanese television series “Lupine the 3rd generation” which started in 1971. There are six spin-off works of Midomi Fujiko, including a new work “Lupine The Third Party PART 5” started in April. Fuji series “Dragon Ball” starting in 86 years, 5 series including “Dragon Ball Super” (Sunday 9 · 0) currently on air. “- super” ends with the end of March as “Gegege no Kitaro” started. Fuji explained the future new broadcast will be undecided, but explained that “the series will not end.”

Source: (2) 




Date published: 19/01/18

Written by: Joseph Opoku 

Source: (1) Kotaku [Dragonball Super Ending] (2) Sanspo [Japanese News Publication]

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5 thoughts on “The Dragon Ball Super TV Anime Is Ending This March [Update]

    1. Oh really, I though so maybe a hiatus there’s been a lot of rumours since Universe 7 entered the tournament of power and trying to defeat Universe 11’s Jiren the gray. The people at Toei animation will most likely bring it back in Japan and overseas on Crunchyroll

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      1. Yeah probably. I haven’t been watching the latest episodes but I hear the Universe 7 warriors are trying to defeat Jiren since he’s OP. I bet if it does end, it will be the conclusion to the tournament.

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