KEY POINTS

  • Bandai Namco has not yet said anything about "Dragon Ball Super" season 2
  • It is not known if the anime's second season is in development
  • A "Dragon Ball Super" panel will participate in this year's Comic-Con@Home

"Dragon Ball Super" ended in 2018 with Son Goku achieving the Ultra Instinct form, but  instead of a sequel, the team behind the hit anime released the blockbuster movie, "Dragon Ball Super: Broly." As there will be a "Dragon Ball Super" panel at this year's Comic-Con@Home 2021, fans hope that a sequel to the hit anime series would be announced at the online event.

The "Dragon Ball Super" panel discussion will start at 1 p.m. ET on July 23. The special panel will be joined by Goku's voice actor Masako Nozawa, head of "Dragon Ball" Shueisha Team Akio Iyoku and the producer of a new "Dragon Ball" movie, Norihiro Hayashida.

The participants will talk about the upcoming "Dragon Super" movie, which is scheduled to release in 2022.  They will also share "all the hottest info" and also give "some insight about what the production has been like behind the scenes!" Viewers will also be treated with a "special live performance from the one-and-only Hironobu Kageyama!" 

Dragon Ball Super: Battle of the Battles - Top 10 Countdown Livestream Event Announcement Toei Animation and Funimation invite you all to join a spectacular worldwide livestream event counting down the Top 10 Greatest Fights from the acclaimed "Dragon Ball Super" anime television series, chosen only by the fans! Joined by special guest, Ian Sinclair (English voice of "Whis") with snag giveaways, live commentary, and featuring clips of the greatest fights from the series. Watch it worldwide on Toei Animation's TWITCH channel and Funimation's YOUTUBE channel! Photo: Toei Animation US YouTube Channel

Unfortunately, fans may not get any updates about the second season of the anime series at the event. It looks like all the media blitz about the upcoming show are about the upcoming "Dragon Ball Super" movie and mention nothing about the anime or its sequel.

Last week, the official Twitter account of the "Dragon Ball" website shared interesting details about the upcoming panel discussion and noted that a "New Movie Announcement Panel Discussion [is] Also Confirmed!"

There are also event-exclusive figures for this year's Comic-Con@Home 2021 from Premium Bandai. This is to commemorate the announcement of the new "Dragon Ball Super" movie. Premium Bandai is the official Bandai store in the U.S. and it will release four exclusive figures and three pedestal designs for the event. The figures include Nappa, Super Saiyan God Son Goku, Whis and the god of destruction, Beerus. These commemorative figurines will be available for pre-order at the Premium Bandai Store starting July 22.