‘Dragon Ball DAIMA’ Set for a Fall 2024 Premiere!

'Dragon Ball DAIMA' Set for a Fall 2024 Premiere!

Dragon Ball DAIMA is set to be the next anime project from the Dragon Ball franchise. Announced in late 2023, the series has now been officially scheduled for a Fall 2024 release on Fuji TV, with a lot of new and exciting updates being revealed recently about the show’s future. Sadly, all of this comes in light of the sad news of Akira Toriyama’s passing. Before we continue, you can check out the teaser trailer for the series released last year:

Dragon Ball DAIMA will be a blast of nostalgia for many fans, as our favorite characters from the original anime series will be back in their child forms. No, this is not a reboot of the series, but rather a completely new plot conceived by Toriyama himself, which has an evil entity transform the heroes into their child forms. Of course, while the visuals will remain more or less true to the original designs, the animation will be better as the authors are going to use new techniques that were not available back then. So, you can basically expect a remastered version of the original series with a completely new plot.

The original cast and crew will also be back, but while there were initially many speculations about the show’s nature and how it was going to be aired, recent news has confirmed that the series will air in Fall 2024, as well as that it is going to air on Fuji TV, which means that it won’t be a web series, as was initially thought. This news came not long after Toriyama-sensei’s passing on March 1, 2024, so this brings a bit of hope about the franchise’s future.

We don’t know how much of the story has already been written, but we assume that Toriyama’s original vision will be presented in the anime in the best possible way. More updates are sure to follow in the upcoming months, so be sure to keep following us for the latest news related to Dragon Ball DAIMA as they arrive.

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