One Dragon Ball Super fan animation has given the Granolah the Survivor arc a perfect anime debut. The manga release of the series has gone far beyond the bounds of where the anime came to an end. Following the events of Dragon Ball Super: Broly, the series has seen Goku and Vegeta heading into godly new territories as they face some of their strongest foes yet. This looks to continue with the Granolah the Survivor arc, and fans have been eagerly anticipating seeing this arc and its potential fights get its full anime debut someday with an official return of the anime.
With the new Granolah the Survivor arc setting up its major fight with each new chapter, some fans are taking it upon themselves to imagine what this new arc would look like with a proper anime adaptation! Artist KameArtZ (who you can find more work from on YouTube here) has done just that with a stunning take on these early moments from the arc with a cool animation. Check it out in the video above!
Dragon Ball Super's Granolah the Survivor arc would definitely be an interesting one to see in motion with an anime. While the Galactic Patrol Prisoner arc before it offered a much more action intensive arc that would probably be a huge success in the anime considering how much it seems to be inspired by Dragon Ball Z's best fights and arcs, this new arc is taking a much different approach.
Instead of having a clear cut antagonist like Planet Eater Moro, Granolah actually has a valid reason to want to fight Goku and Vegeta. Though it's not like he wants to fight them specifically (instead wanting to kill Freeza and avenge the destruction of his planet and death of his people), he'll do whatever it takes to accomplish his long awaited goal. We just haven't seen Granolah test the limits of this desire.
It's still too early to tell how the rest of this newest arc will shake up, but if fan reactions to the new chapter and the look of this killer animation, Granolah the Survivor would likely be one of the most popular arcs of the anime yet! But what do you think? Do you want to see Dragon Ball Super's anime return someday? Would you rather see more movies instead? Let us know your thoughts in the comments or you can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!