During the new arc, we will see the continuation of "Dragon Ball Super." We also witness the return of a long-absent character in the saga. Let us take a look at the one in question and how he relates to the narrative that awaits the fans. As any enthusiast will now know, the "Dragon Ball Super [VIDEO]" manga is about to enter what will be the first completely new narrative arc, not seen already during the animated adaptation. The new adventure is titled " The Prisoner of the Galactic Patrol," and in the course of it, we will have the long-awaited return of one of the most beloved characters of this third part of the story of Dragon Ball, the member of the Galactic Patrol, Jaco.

Jaco in Galactic Patrol

"The "Galactic Patrol Prisoner Arc [VIDEO]" hinges around Galactic Patrolman Jaco and his organization of intergalactic cops, the Galactic Patrol, coming to Earth to take claim of Majin Buu," reports Comic Book.

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Many of the fans will remember that our Jaco has not appeared since Goku was busy looking for those who would be part of the team he was training to win the upcoming Tournament of Power. But his return is not only welcome due to the fact that Jaco is one of the most interesting characters introduced by "Super," but also because some of the most dangerous criminals in the entire universe are often associated with his appearance.

An example would be that of the incredibly powerful parasite fought by Gohan in the past, giving him more than a few troubles.

Given the name of the saga, it is not difficult to imagine that it will be just Jaco to take care of the prisoner referred to by the title. So, is the new story focused on Jaco's attempt to redeem himself in the eyes of the Galactic Patrol? Or will he simply be the person responsible for remedying someone else's mistake? We just have to wait for the beginning of this adventures.

Toyotaro's work

"Dragon Ball Super" is a manga written by Toyotaro under the supervision of Akira Toriyama, who is now preparing to overcome the events of the animated series of the same name. The paperwork will resume from the events that follow those depicted in the upcoming film "Dragon Ball Super: Broly," which will arrive in Japanese theaters on December 14 this year.

The movie will release in the US in January 2019. The film is based on the history of the Saiyans. One can expect a number of new characters in the anime film. For those who don't know, "Broly" is written by Akira Toriyama. I will keep you updated once we receive more information regarding the show, so stay tuned.