Dragon Ball Daima Anime Release Date: Dragon Ball fans can be happy because a new anime show called Dragon Ball: Daima was revealed at New York Comic Con. The show will start airing in the fall of 2024, which is the 40th anniversary of the franchise.
The show is being drawn by Akira Toriyama, who made Dragon Ball. It claims to have a story that has never been told in the Dragon Ball universe before.
What’s Dragon Ball: Daima All About?
A mysterious scene from the show’s teaser trailer shows Shenron, the dragon who gives wishes, asking someone to say what they want.
The next thing we see, Vegeta, Bulma, Chi Chi, Krillin, Piccolo, and many more of Goku’s friends have been turned into children. The show seems to be about what happens when this wish comes true and the events that happen after.
Some fans have said it reminds them of Dragon Ball GT, a non-canon spin-off show with a younger Goku. But Dragon Ball: Daima is said to be an official part of the Dragon Ball canon, and Toriyama is involved in more ways than normal. The teaser also gives away a hint that you might be able to explore the Demon Realm, a dark realm full of powerful enemies.
Dragon Ball Daima Expected Cast
The voice artists who will bring the characters to life are one of the most-anticipated parts of Dragon Ball Daima. Dragon Ball fans will recognize some characters from the cartoon, but there will also be some new ones. So far, this is what we know about the people who will be in Dragon Ball Daima.
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Dragon Ball: Daima Anime Release Date
Fans have been wondering what will happen next with Dragon Ball Super ever since the continuing anime series concluded more than five years ago.
Fans won’t have to wait too long for Dragon Ball Daima, thanks to Toei Animation. The upcoming Dragon Ball anime has no set premiere date, programming schedule, or episode order beyond the fall of 2024.
The series is reaching a very important milestone as it approaches its 40th anniversary. Daima appears to have been created to commemorate four decades of Dragon Ball.
It is Set to Be Released Before the Dragon Ball Super Event
Dragon Ball has a timeline that is fairly complicated and doesn’t follow a straight line. This has allowed the show to make some interesting choices.
One example is Dragon Ball Super, which takes place after Kid Buu is defeated. Still, the whole series takes place before the time jump of ten years at the end of Dragon Ball Z. Dragon Ball Daima occurs after Kid Buu but before Beerus in the overall timeline.
These changes mean that Beerus and Whis will not be a part of the new adventures. Also, super forms like Super Saiyan Blue and Ultra Instinct will not be possible. It’s also possible that Daima’s place in Dragon Ball’s history means that its events will be mentioned again in Dragon Ball Super.
Dragon Ball: Daima Anime: Where to Watch It?
Toei happily announced Dragon Ball Daima’s wide release date at the New York Comic Con, but they didn’t say where people could watch it.
Different versions of the main Dragon Ball shows have been shown on TV, but Dragon Ball Daima is said to be an ONA (original net animation) online series. Some Dragon Ball web series, like Super Dragon Ball Heroes, are not given as much attention as their TV versions.
We hope that these prejudices don’t follow us to Dragon Ball Daima, especially now that Toriyama is on board. People are used to seeing new episodes of Dragon Ball every week on TV, but Dragon Ball Daima might release episodes less regularly online, with episodes that are shorter than the normal 23 minutes.
An English Dub Hasn’t Been Confirmed Yet
Dragon Ball is a very popular anime show around the world, so it would be foolish not to make an English dub for Dragon Ball Daima. An English dub is possible, but Daima didn’t say anything about it at New York Comic Con, and they also didn’t say if it would be available to stream on Crunchyroll with the rest of Dragon Ball.
There’s almost certainly going to be a Dragon Ball Daima dub, but it’s not clear when it will come out. There was a long break between when Dragon Ball Super first aired and when its dub began. Fans might look forward to simul-dub versions. But it might take even longer than Fall 2024 to get Daima in English.
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Dragon Ball’s Cast Become Kids
The characters in Dragon Ball are well-known and loved, so fans will watch them do anything. The chance to spend more time with these people is more important than the events. Having said that, an interesting story can make a series a hit.
Dragon Ball Daima is about a monster that, with the help of the Dragon Balls, turns Goku, Supreme Kai, and the other characters in the show into kids. Daima wants Goku to go all the way across the universe and break this curse.
Akira Toriyama is Deeply Involved in the Project
As the creator of Dragon Ball, Akira Toriyama has the final say on what is canon, and the fact that he is involved with any Dragon Ball product a lot is a good sign for its success. Dragon Ball Daima is happy to say that Toriyama not only worked on the anime but also came up with the idea, story, and characters for the original series.
Toriyama’s interest in Dragon Ball Daima and help with Shepherd’s work on it make the controversial idea easier to understand. At the moment, Daima is seen as a spin-off show, but since Toriyama is involved, it will also be canon.
Supreme Kai Will be the Central Character
The most surprising thing about Dragon Ball Daima is that Supreme Kai, who also turns into a child, seems to be Goku’s main helper on this journey. To get himself and his friends back to normal, Goku has to go to new, amazing places. Goku is used to having Vegeta, Piccolo, and Gohan help him the most.
All of these characters are in Dragon Ball Daima, but they seem to get lost when Goku and Shin go on an unknown quest. Shin has always been an interesting character who deserves more attention. It will be interesting to find out why he’s so important to Dragon Ball Daima’s story.
Dragon Ball Super Won’t Be Replaced by Daima
Since the show ended in 2018, Dragon Ball Super’s manga has come a long way in building its story. People think that a new Dragon Ball Super successor show with Moro and Granolah will be coming soon, based on the manga’s story arcs. Even though Dragon Ball Daima doesn’t read Dragon Ball Super, that doesn’t mean there isn’t going to be a real Super sequel.
There is a fun spin-off called Dragon Ball Daima that is meant to honor the original series rather than plan its future. It’s possible that another Dragon Ball series is being made at the same time as Dragon Ball Daima. Because Super’s movies and books have been so popular, the story is still going on.