It was reported by Sanspo that Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball Super anime is coming to a temporary end this March. Dragon Ball Super began its television run in 2015 and will end up with a total of 131 episodes when everything is said and done. While this is the end for now, the website did state that “it’s not like the series is finished,” hinting that this is mere a hiatus more than the end.
Todd Blankenship took to Twitter and reaffirmed that this is, indeed, a hiatus with the following Tweet:
“Thanks for always supporting us! The TV series Dragon Ball Super’s Universe Survival arc finally reaches its climax at the end of March, so please support us to the end! There’s also a movie this December too! The Dragon Ball series will continue on, so look forward to it!” https://t.co/RsRDkbAG1v
— Todd Blankenship (@Herms98) January 19, 2018
So, in short, the world isn’t coming to an end like most Dragon Ball Super fans have made it out to be. Hang tight, folks. There will be more to come.
MyAnimeList.net describes the story of Dragon Ball Super as follows:
Seven years after the events of Dragon Ball Z, Earth is at peace, and its people live free from any dangers lurking in the universe. However, this peace is short-lived; a sleeping evil awakens in the dark reaches of the galaxy: Beerus, the ruthless God of Destruction.
Disturbed by a prophecy that he will be defeated by a “Super Saiyan God,” Beerus and his angelic attendant Whis start searching the universe for this mysterious being. Before long, they reach Earth where they encounter Gokuu Son, one of the planet’s mightiest warriors, and his similarly powerful friends.