'Dragon Ball Heroes' Is Getting Its Own Anime Adaptation
Fans are hoping for the appearance of Golden Cooler.
Earlier this week, it was announced that Dragon Ball Heroes, a Japanese arcade game and digital card game, is getting its own anime adaptation. The short series will be used to promote the Dragon Ball Heroes video game and its latest arcs. Therefore, it will be a short one — its episode count has not yet been revealed.
Dragon Ball Heroes will pre-screen its first episode this summer. The premiere is set to take place July 1 at a Dragon Ball event in AEON LakeTown, Japan’s largest eco-friendly shopping center. While its official release date is undetermined, fans are hoping that the full series will launch this summer.
Dragon Ball Heroes is a top earning digital card fighting game in Japan. It is known for its fan service, introducing lots of new character and integrating characters and transformations from other series to the game, such as Super Saiyan 4 Gohan, a fusion of Super Android 17 with Android 18, and more. Fans are also anticipating that the short series will feature Golden Cooler, who was recently revealed for the game.
DBH’s Universe Survival and Prison Planet arcs that will be made into an RP Anime. The first episode’s pre-screening will take place on July 1 at Ion Lake Town. And although it’s a PR Anime they’ll mash a few episodes together in order to extend its length.
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