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'Dragon Ball Super' Update, Rumors: Director Confirms Dragon Ball GT Related To DBS; Akira Toriyama Approves; Sparks Fan Outrage

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"Dragon Ball Super" is having a spin-off and this time it was confirmed by its director, Todayoshi Yamamuro. "Dragon Ball GT" featured some new plots and characters. However, some fans are not happy with the news as they claim to be a den for unusual transformations like Vegeta's transition into Super Saiyan 4.

Can We See Redirection Of "Dragon Ball Super" To "Dragon Ball GT"?

Amid the talks whether "Dragon Ball GT" is for real, Yamamuro confirmed and revealed interesting facts in his interview with Mision Tokyo. "Dragon Ball GT" has drawn much-attention from fans since it did not even reach 100 episode during its run.

The credence of Yamamuro spans from being the best animator and illustrator of the Dragon Ball series to directing the movie "Resurrection F". He brought in the fact that Dragon Ball Creator Akira Toriyama permitted the making of "Dragon Ball GT" and even illustrated some of the characters, USBlastingNews wrote.

What To Expect From "Dragon Ball GT"?

When asked regarding the transition modes which apperared in "Dragon Ball Super", particularly the Super Saiyan God and the Super Saiyan Blue and in case his team has forgotten about the Super Saiyan 4 form "Dragon Ball GT", Yamamuro explained that, for a fact, during the arc Buu, the Super Saiyan 3 transformation happened. He added that Super Saiyan God has appeared in "Ressurection F" and only then "Dragon Ball GT" and Super Saiyan 4 appeared, USBN added.

For Further Updtaes

Yamamuro clarified that the "Dragon Ball GT" script was written by Toei Animation Company and not by Toriyama. Yamamuro then explained that "Dragon Ball GT" is generally incidental. But story-wise, it is somehow related with "Dragon Ball Super", even if it was not part of Toriyama's manga. 

Whether "Dragon Ball Super" will cover and improved the storyline of "Dragon Ball GT" or just keep some aspects of the series, remains untouched by our sources. Hence, Dragon Ball universe will still continue and produce massive battle stories.

Do you know any interesting theory about the Dragon Ball universe? Share them with us at the comment section below or watch out for more news and spoilers ahead.

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