"Dragon Ball Super" is coming up with a new narrative arc in the manga. A few days ago I shared that the "DBS" manga will enter a new narrative arc. Now, on the internet, some important details have emerged about the saga. As reported by Todd Blankenship, the publisher, Shueisha, has hinted that it will be a rather important narrative arc and not a simple filler.

The new narrative arc

As the insider states on Twitter, the advertising material says that "a new and awaited chapter" will debut in the November issue of V-Jump. It will be larger than usual.

According to Blankenship, "Assuming there isn't some mistake, this would mean that the new 'DBS' manga chapter will both wrap up the ToP arc and begin a new arc. This might mean it's extra long, especially since the V-Jump issue itself will be extra-large."

As the source points out, the publisher used very similar words for the narrative arc of Future Trunks and Black Goku, referring to those events as "a new chapter." It is possible that the imminent saga marks a rather important point in the continuity of the work. Judging by the advertisement, Chapter 42 of "Dragon Ball Super" will start a new and important narrative arc. It will probably be longer than usual, given that it will come out in a number of V-Jump issues that are defined as being extra-large.


There is a very important chapter, which could also provide clues about "Dragon Ball Super: Broly." It is a film that will come out only a few weeks after the launch of the new chapter. The full trailer of the movie has been recently released by the makers. I also think that this is going to serve as an official announcement for the Tournament of Power 2, but I am not sure at this time.

I will try to update the readers in the future if I come across more information on the movie, its release, and what the plot point of the film are going to look like.

According to a report from Comic Book, "The new trailer is a lengthy one and checks in on Son Goku and the gang. The reel comes shortly after a trailer teaser was released in Japan, and the 30-second clip included plenty of new footage." To those who don't know, the upcoming "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" movie will be released on December 14 in Japan.

The anime film is scheduled to hit the threaters in the US in January. It is written by Akira Toriyama and the storyline is based on the history of the Saiyans. I will keep you updated once I read about more information online. Stay tuned.