We’re only a month out from Dragon Ball Super, the first new Dragon Ball TV series in 18 years, and we’ve yet to see much in the way of visuals from the series.
That’s changed a little bit in the last few days, as we’ve finally gotten a peek at some storyboards and the logo for the new series.
First off, the official Dragon Ball Super twitter account posted a snapshot of a storyboard Saturday, saying, “we’ve gotten permission from the person in charge, so here’s a peek of the ending storyboards!”
— 「ドラゴンボール超」公式 (@DB_super2015) June 6, 2015
The same weekend, the latest episode of Dragon Ball Kai included a brief look at a new logo for the series. We say a logo rather than the logo as this may still be a mockup.
These small peeks aside, there are growing concerns on social media that with the show only a month out and so little promotional material that Dragon Ball Super might not be ready to go by its scheduled airdate.
What do you think? Is the lack of visuals a cause for concern or a deliberate strategy to build hype?
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