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Earlier this spring, it was announced that Dragon Ball was getting its first anime series in nearly two decades. At that time, all we got was a logo. Now, we finally get a very short look at what to expect.

The trailer, translated by YouTuber Dragon Ball Z á´´á´°, is around 14 seconds long and debuted on Japanese TV.

As previously mentioned, in Japanese, the title is Dragon Ball Chou (Super), as “chou” (超) means “super,” “hyper,” “ultra,” or even “very.” Dargon Ball creator Akira Toriyama is handling the story, which takes place after after Goku defeats Majin Buu.

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Dragon Ball Super is set to air starting this July in Japan.

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