The cast for the upcoming Dragon Ball Daima anime series has reportedly been confirmed after a post on X (formerly Twitter) claimed to have the official staff list for the film.
User X SupaChronicles posted a message on the platform last week confirming the official roster for Dragon Ball Daima, the sequel to the long-running Dragon Ball anime series. According to the post, the series will have Dragon Ball veteran Yoshitaka Yashima and One Piece alum Aya Komaki as co-directors, with character design by Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru and script by Yuuko Kakihara.
While this information has yet to be officially revealed and therefore cannot be confirmed, if this list is accurate, it means that Dragon Ball Daima is in the hands of veterans of the genre, many of them had experience with the Dragon Ball series. Komaki worked on One Piece and several of its films as a director, while Kakihara was the scriptwriter for Cells at Work.
However, series creator and longtime character designer Akira Toriyama was notably absent from the list of accused employees, leading to some concerns from fans about the quality of the show if the Its creator was not directly involved in the anime project. In both cases, the trailers and promotional materials gave fans enough information to predict the show’s setting within the main Dragon Ball chronology, placing it between DBZ and Dragon Ball. Super is running now.
The reveal of Dragon Ball Daima was initially met with some confusion and controversy, with many questioning the need for a lower-stakes spin-off series and wondering how it would affect the main content. However, with series veterans said to be on the show’s staff as of now, some of these concerns have been alleviated as fans prepare for the chapter’s release. presented next year.
Meanwhile, series creator Akira Toriyama is currently working on new episodes and chapters of Dragon Ball Super along with a new adaptation of his classic manga Sand Land, also scheduled to premiere next year. next. A video game adaptation of the series is also in the works by Bandai Namco and is scheduled for release in 2024, although as of this writing, no specific release date has been set. for any of these projects.
Dragon Ball Daima will launch on Crunchyroll with English subtitles in 2024.
Source: X (formerly Twitter)