Now word on the net is that the new series will also get a manga adaptation courtesy magazine V Jump.
The manga will be co-authored by Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama and Toyotaro, author of the Dragon Ball Heroes spinoff manga that also runs in V Jump.
Website ShonenGameZ published an English-translated version of the Dragon Ball Super manga announcement on their page May 16. The ad promises “fights beyond your wildest imagination.”
Meanwhile, there are reports Super will feature a villain even more powerful than Buu or Frieza.
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