TOEI ANIMATION

Dragon Ball Daima Anime Gets an Exciting New Character Trailer

Prominently featuring the iconic character Goku

Toei Animation has recently unveiled an exciting new trailer for the highly anticipated Dragon Ball Daima anime series, generating a buzz among fans during the Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour event. The trailer prominently features the iconic character Goku, and the event also provided a glimpse of character designs for Goku and Krillin.

Set to be released in the fall of 2024, the Dragon Ball Daima boasts the return of the legendary Masako Nozawa as the voice of Son Goku. The series is under the direction of Yoshitaka Yashima, known for his work as an animation director on Dragon Ball Super and the Digimon franchise, along with Aya Komaki, who has served as the series director for One Piece and worked as an episode director on Marie & Gali.

Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru, recognized for his contributions to Dragon Ball Z and the Digimon franchise, is responsible for adapting Akira Toriyama’s character designs for animation. Yuuko Kakihara, known for her involvement in the Digimon Adventure tri. films and 2022’s Urusei Yatsura, is supervising and crafting the series scripts. Akira Toriyama, the creator of the Dragon Ball franchise, is credited with developing the new anime’s story and character designs.

The Plot

The intriguing plot of Dragon Ball Daima takes a unique twist, as Goku, Vegeta, Bulma, and other beloved characters from the series find themselves undergoing a dramatic transformation, becoming younger than usual. This storyline differs from the one in the Dragon Ball GT anime, where Goku reverts to a child after the conclusion of the original series. Although the title “Daima” does not have a direct translation, the kanji characters could be interpreted as “Evil” in English, hinting at a potentially dark and thrilling narrative.

Are you looking forward to this exciting new entry into this beloved franchise?

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