Since the end of "Dragon Ball Super" series, fans have been waiting for the next story in the "Dragon Ball" universe. While Toei Animation is still working on an original story in continuity with the main "Dragon Ball" franchise, fans can enjoy this new miniseries that is set to be released next month in Japan. The release date for western countries has not yet been confirmed. Although the new anime series is not canon, still, fans are going to have a good time watching it because it is based on one of the best arcs of the "Dragon Ball Heroes" arcade game.


New trailer for 'DBH' anime

The first trailer for the short-series was released recently and it looks promising.

The new trailer features Goku and Vegeta, along with the characters that were confirmed by the official "Dragon Ball Heroes" website. So far, only two episodes have been confirmed for the series.

Comic book notes that the miniseries will be based on the "Prison Planet" arc of the hit card game. The trailer features a battle between Super Saiyan Blue Goku and Super Saiyan 4 Goku, along with a short glimpse of the Prison Planet itself.

The trailer also shows that Future Trunks and Future Mai return to the main timeline, but Trunks is somehow teleported to the prison.

One thing of note is that Son Goku and Vegeta undergo a Potara fusion and turn into Super Saiyan Blue Vegito, which means that whoever they fight against is going to have to have the power level of at least Goku Black/Zamasu.

New visuals

Over in Japan, new anime magazines went live a few days ago, which revealed a two-page spread for "Dragon Ball Heroes."

Starting from the left, the image shows the new mysterious Evil Saiyan with red aura and glowing eyes, and the fan-favorite villain, Cooler, who also achieved the golden form and will be joining Trunks when he escapes from the prison planet, so we will see him helping the heroes just like Frieza.


A battle between Super Saiyan 4 Goku and Super Saiyan Blue Goku is also one of the main elements of this series that created all the hype. Future Trunks, Future Mai, and Vegeta will also be from the "Dragon Ball Super" universe. And Fu, who is said to be the son of two main villains from the "Dragon Ball Online," will be the main antagonist of the series.

The official synopsis of the series reveals that Future Trunks vanishes during training with Goku and Vegeta. At the same time, Fu appears and informs them about Trunk's location and that they'll have to collect the seven dragon balls in order to release Trunks from the prison.

The first episode of "Dragon Ball Heroes" will premiere on 1 July.