Details: More information can be found at https://www.funimationfilms.com/movie/dragonballsuper/ and https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7961060/
There are few things that have been with me longer than Dragon Ball. I used to wake up early at six in the morning and watch this show with the volume on low, just so I wouldn’t wake anyone up. Suffice it to say, I’m going to be a Dragon Ball fan no matter how many years go by (still not going to watch GT though). So if you tell me there is now an official Dragon Ball movie from creator Akira Toriyama that makes Broly canon, then I’m already on board.
Details: First started airing in 2015 and is still airing. There are currently one hundred and nineteen episodes. Each episode is a little over twenty minutes long.
Like many other children at the time, I grew up watching Dragon Ball Z. I used to wake up early every morning at around six, turn the volume real low and watch about thirty minutes of posturing and cartoon characters yelling at the top of their lungs. Dragon Ball Z was an integral part of my youth, which is why seeing it started up again in this most recent incarnation (and retconning all of Dragon Ball GT away) made me really excited. After watching over a hundred episodes of the show, I am happy to say that Dragon Ball Super is maintains the action and entertainment of Dragon Ball Z while reaching new levels of fan service.