With the announcement of Dragon Ball Super, the series has come full circle.
For the first time since its inception, a new series is being brought to life.
And if that’s not exciting enough, the original Dragon Ball is back with an all-new adventure.
As the new series gets underway, the animated series is bringing back a host of familiar characters from Dragon Ball and the Dragon Ball Universe.
The most notable returning character is Akira Toriyama’s iconic character Goku, who’s in a battle against Super Saiyan 4 Goku, the “Super Saiyan” form of Super Saiyan God.
In addition to Goku, several new characters from the Dragonball universe will return in Dragon Ball: The Return of Cooler, which debuts on March 12 on Funimation.
The other new character from the series is Cooler the Demon, who returns in the same way as Cooler from the original series.
While Cooler is more of a side character than Goku in the original, Cooler has a role in the upcoming series.
He’s a villain, but one who has a lot to do with the story.
While the series does not name him as the antagonist, he’s definitely a part of the storyline.
The series also brings back many familiar characters, like Goku’s father, Piccolo (played by Toshiyuki Tomino), and Master Roshi (played in an all new, original Japanese voice cast).
There’s also a new character named Towa, a girl who appears in a flashback in Dragon Boy and who has her own story arc.
Towa is the only female character from Dragon Boy who doesn’t appear in the series.
Another new character is Piccolo’s grandson Gohan, who joins the series in the latest trailer.
He joins the other new characters and has a new story arc as well.
The new series also introduces some new Dragon Balls and a new main villain, which is Towa.
The characters in the new Dragonball Z: Super Adventure!
are returning from the animated Dragon Ball series, with a new and different story to tell.
The Return and the Super Adventure are the only new characters of the series to appear in Dragonball Super.
And while Goku is returning, he doesn’t have a direct line to Goku from the past.
Goku is now a young man who wants to save his world.
But Goku’s past doesn’t necessarily end when he is killed by Beerus, so there’s a lot of tension to be had with his journey to learn the ways of the Dragon Balls.