A new Dragon Ball anime series is set to return next year, and it will reportedly be a prequel to the shonen franchise's latest film, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. Details for the new anime are still being kept under wraps, but it looks like it will feature the revival of the infamous Red Ribbon Army.
As Twitter outlet @DBSChronicles pointed out, Dragon Ball teased: "The Red Ribbon Army, restarts. The Revival of the Red Ribbon Army is near!" Details will be revealed at 10 a.m. JST on Nov. 30. The update comes from the official Dragon Ball Super anime Twitter account, so it's pretty legit. As you can see, the tweet features an image of the Red Ribbon Army's logo.
Of course, it's still unclear what this teaser is hinting, but it's likely connected to the story of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, which featured the return of the Red Ribbon Army. The teaser could be hinting that the new anime will feature how Magenta revived his villainous organization. The tweet even references Magenta's line in the film.
Some fans are also speculating that the teaser could be about the Blu-ray release of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, but right now, we'll just have to wait for the full announcement tomorrow. According to recent reports, series creator Akira Toriyama will be involved in the new anime project, so expect it to be part of Dragon Ball's canon.
What do you think this mysterious teaser is about?
Expect more updates for the upcoming Dragon Ball anime soon.