Despite Stating it to be a Conspiracy, the Events of Dragon Ball Daima May Strongly be Connected to Super

Despite having a totally different storyline, Dragon Ball Daima Might Still Have A Connection With Dragon Ball Super.

despite stating it to be a conspiracy, the events of dragon ball daima may strongly be connected to super

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  • Dragon Ball Daima will not be a continuation or sequel to Dragon Ball Super. One instance from Dragon Ball Super, however, may be relevant to the upcoming new series.
  • Most of the original cast members, including Goku, Vegeta, and Bulma, appear in de-aged form.
  • In addition, the teaser showed the Majin Buu Saga magician Babidi. As a result, the new villain could be linked to the magician in some way.
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The new Dragon Ball Daima anime was announced at the Dragon Ball panel at the new New York Comic-Con on Thursday, October 12. According to the clip, it’s being drawn by Akira Toriyama, the creator of Dragon Ball, and while there have been countless comparisons, it’s a distinct story never portrayed in Dragon Ball. The announcement has piqued the interest of fans, igniting a flood of conjecture regarding the impending Dragon Ball Daima anime.

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A still from Dragon Ball Daima
A still from Dragon Ball Daima

According to sources, Dragon Ball Daima will not be a sequel or continuation of Dragon Ball Super. However, one instance from Dragon Ball Super may have some relevance to the upcoming new series. This instance revolves around the three-second reset that Whis performed during Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’. Therefore, despite stating it to be a conspiracy, the events of Dragon Ball Daima may strongly be connected to Dragon Ball Super.

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Dragon Ball Daima’s Connection With Dragon Ball Super

There are many unanswered concerns regarding any possible link between Dragon Ball Daima and Dragon Ball Super. It is yet uncertain whether or if this new series will take place in the main Dragon Ball timeline when it will take place, and how it will be related to Dragon Ball Super. The three-second reset utilized by Whis in Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’, on the other hand, may draw parallels between the two series. Whis revealed in Resurrection ‘F’ that the three-second reset he did couldn’t be done so quickly since it would “throw off the time axis.” In Daima, this technique might be employed to return the characters to their original form.

Dragon Ball Daima
Dragon Ball Daima

However, for this notion to work, the conspiracy that turned the characters into children would have to be somehow tied to the time axis being thrown off. This is conceivable given that the claimed antagonists in the trailer resemble Whis.

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Dragon Ball Daima’s Unique Storyline

The new anime is a unique story created to commemorate the franchise’s 40th anniversary. Most of the traditional cast members, including Goku, Vegeta, and Bulma, appear as de-aged versions of themselves. They will travel to a new dimension teeming with mysterious and terrifying beings to repair the damage. The preview also shows Hercule Satan hanging out with Goku and others. As a result, there is a good likelihood that Gohan and Videl are already together.

Dragon Ball Daima
Dragon Ball Daima

The identities and abilities of the two new antagonists are still unknown. In addition, the teaser offered glimpses of the Majin Buu Saga wizard Babidi. As a result, there is a potential that the new villain is tied to the magician in some way.

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