"Dragon Ball Super" ended in Japan in March and we saw an amazing fight between Goku, Jiren, and Frieza. Not only this, but Goku's Ultra Instinct transformation left us spellbound. The finale of the show was one of the best episodes so far. And ever since then, we have been waiting for the next season of the show. Meanwhile, a new "Dragon Ball" anime has released the first synopsis.

The synopsis

Well, no need to wait until the winter, since we might have some new "Dragon Ball Super" episodes coming up soon.

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The latest issue of Japanese magazine V-Jump has announced a promotional anime which will be based on the popular arcade game "Super Dragon Ball Heroes." The anime will also follow its current Prison planet story based on the arcades.

Not only this, but we also see an image where Super Saiyan 4 Goku is seen fighting with Super Saiyan Blue [VIDEO] Goku. Now this sound's exciting right?

Coming back to the synopsis, according to Comic Book, “Goku and Vegeta set off to train where they’re visited once more by Future Trunks. But, suddenly, Trunks vanishes and the mysterious man ‘Fu’ appears." However, we don't know much about the anime. We have to get some details on the number of episodes, it's release date, etc. But amid all this, it's also been speculated that the preview screening of this show will be happening on July 1 in Japan. If you wonder what exactly is "Dragon Ball Heroes," it's a popular card game in Japan and is developed by a video game company called Dimps. The card game portrays various characters from the anime and even have some new characters and stories.

'Dragon Ball' movie

Apart from this, the makers have also announced a movie based on the show. The movie is all set to release in December and will be based on Saiyans. The movie will primarily focus on Saiyans [VIDEO]and will also narrate their history and origin. A new Saiyan is also seen in the trailer of the film and we wonder who that Saiyan is. The script and character designs of the show have been done by Akira Toriyama, the creator of the anime. And the English dub of the show, then you can watch it on Toonami TV at 9 PM on Saturdays. You can also watch it on Amazon Prime.

Meanwhile, you can get all the necessary details and updates about the upcoming anime in upcoming issues of V-Jump magazine. A website for the event is live but it doesn't reveal much about the event. What do you think about this upcoming event? Stay tuned for more "Dragon Ball Heroes" news and updates.