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After the franchise's big screen success in Japan, and now coming to America, it looks like the Dragon Ball Z film series is far from over. According to AnimeNewsNetwork:
The September issue of Shueisha's V Jump magazine is announcing on Saturday that a new Dragon Ball Z movie will open during the Golden Week string of holidays next spring.Dragon Ball manga creator Akira Toriyama is personally credited with the original concept, screenplay and character designs of the new movie "that the entire universe eagerly awaits!!"
Toriyama confirmed in the magazine that this new film, likelast year's Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, will tell a new story. He had intended to have this story during his manga's original serialization. Although he did not plan on it, he is not only putting a lot of effort in drawing the art, but also "fussing over the smallest dialogue lines." He also promised more action scenes. He teased that the story is still secret, but will be "utterly funny."
To emphasize the effort he has put into this new film, Toriyama said that even his first manga editor praised him on the work he has done, even though this editor rarely ever does that. Toriyama is confident that fans will be able to thoroughly enjoy the movie. He is currently drawing up new character designs, and asked his fans to look forward to the movie.
So ther you have it. Not only are we getting a new DBZ film, but the creator is writing and designing the new character designs! I say that's something to get excited for. What are your thoughts Z fans? Are you looking forward to the new Z film?
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