Dragon Ball: Daima, a brand-new Dragon Ball anime series, has been confirmed to release in Fall 2024.
The big news was dropped at New York Comic Con‘s Dragon Ball panel. They even revealed a teaser. . Initially blocked on the livestream, Toei Animation promptly shared the teaser online. The footage features de-aged versions of Goku, Vegeta, Bulma, and other characters.
While there have been many analogies to GT, it is a unique narrative “never told in Dragon Ball,” according to the film. It is being illustrated by Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama. During the panel, it was hinted that Toriyama will be active with Daima “beyond his usual capacity.”
We don’t know much about it yet, including where it fits in the timeline, but in the teaser, Shenron is shown stating, “Now, state your wish.” We next witness Goku being de-aged before seeing several other characters, including Chi Chi, Pamput, Krillin, Piccolo, and Shin, all in much, much tiny versions. Take a look at the screenshots below.
Toriyama’s series most recently inspired the Dragon Ball Super anime, which was followed by a slew of anime films, including 2022’s Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero.
All Dragon Ball anime films are streaming on Crunchyroll and Hulu.