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Picture Leaked: Android 17, Gohan Resurface In 'Dragon Ball Super New 'Saga [VIDEO]

Update Date: Dec 15, 2016 07:54 AM EST
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The tournament of the twelve universes will continue as another character joins the saga and a wildcard returns. The image shows Majin Boo from the left who will likely return to snatch the pedestal of the protagonist once again for "Dragon Ball Super."

On February 5, 2017 in Japan and February 4, 2017 in the United States, "Dragon Ball Super" will hit the screen with a new saga. A reportedly an official image was leaked depicting android number 17 and Gohan, SaiyanIsland revealed. Standing next to him is Krilin who will return to the battles similar to what Android 18, his wife who is next to him in the picture, has done. Goku remains at the center with other important characters next to him such as Vegeta, one of the most powerful Saiyan of the universe seven, along with him.

About Gohan

In the new "Dragon Ball Super" saga, the first son of Goku will show no trace of his trademark, the protruding hair in the front, and Android 17, the brother of Android 18, dressed in another way with his beloved sister. Gohan apparently returns to training and is expected to join the tournament of the twelve universes which will start in 2017. Two main reasons why he goes back to rebuilding his body and strength are protecting his family and fighting any potential enemy that would threaten the Earth.

Who is Android 17?

Android 17 is the twin brother of Android 18 and the seventeenth android creation of Dr. Gero. He killed Gero after being uncooperative with Android 18's curiosity in activating Android 16.

The plot of the new "Dragon Ball Super" saga remains a mystery as the release date draws near. Although the storyline that has been discussed at length which has something to do with the death of Goku at the hands of Hit. How its outcome will affect it is another riddle. The saga will be called "The Surviving Universe," Blasting News reported.

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