It has only been a couple of weeks since Dragon Ball Super ended, however, we were given a glimpse of hope stating that Dragon Ball Super will not be ending for long, which has made so many of us incredibly happy.
At the end of Episode 131 of Dragon Ball Super, the dying credits mentioned that the series will be returning again soon. However, we have only recently received a confirmation that the Dragon Ball Super series will be back in 2019.
According to reports released on Otaku Kart, the Dragon Ball Super series will be returning in Japan’s Spring season in April 2019. This means that there will only be a 12-month wait for episode 132 of Dragon Ball Super to air.
In addition, this will be three months after the Dragon Ball Super movie premieres and will likely be the aftermath of the upcoming movie. Hopefully, though, we don’t get another movie remake.
Remember, at the start of Dragon Ball Super we were given two arcs that were essentially just remakes, with slight differences, of the two movies Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods and Dragon Ball Z: Ressurection of F.
Also, the episodes were heavily criticised as the animation was horrible in comparison to the later stages of Dragon Ball Super and the movies.
Hopefully, when Dragon Ball Super does return, they don’t try and incorporate the movie into the episodes but if they do, they will likely do a better job than the early stages of Dragon Ball Super.
Sadly though, not much else has been revealed for the return of Dragon Ball Super or even if the return of Dragon Ball will be the return of Dragon Ball Super and therefore episode 132 of Dragon Ball Super, or if Dragon Ball Supers’ Return will be called something entirely different.