The news that Dragon Ball Super is ending in spring and will remain on indefinite hiatus has caused a lot of impassioned reactions from fans. A lot of that reaction has been outright bewilderment, as Dragon Ball Super is ending it run at a time when it's never been hotter. With the "Universal Survival" saga opening up new doors of possibility and power for the Dragon Ball characters, it seemed as though Dragon Ball Super was poised for the next chapter to unfold seamlessly, as the Tournament of Power finally came to end.
Now that we know there won't be a "next chapter" after the Universal Survival saga, it's time to discuss just why Dragon Ball Super is going on hiatus, and why it may actually end up being a good thing.
Toei Animation only has so many resources, and the announcement that a new Dragon Ball movie is coming in 2018, may have had unexpected consequences for the Dragon Ball Super TV series.
This 2018 movie will reveal the highly-anticipated history of the Saiyan homeworld Sadala, and series creator Akira Toriyama is investing a lot of his own effort into making...