Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball has spawned several spin-offs, video games, movies, merchandise, and much more to see the details, shocks the manga fans to no ends.
The official series has become a public sensation. There are fans who have fond memories of watching one of the most popular spins on the anime, Dragon Ball Z: Abridged. The first episode of Dragon Ball Z premiered in 2008.
Team Four Star has confirmed that they are ending the series after its strong ten plus year run. They have expressed their desire not to continue the adaptation of the material for the series.
The series was started by Scott T. Frerichs, Nick Landis, and Curtis Arnott (who go by their nicknames KaiserNeko, Lanipator, and Takahata101. The series had some of the most memorable moments of the original anime and made it even more special in their own way.
Frerichs has declared on an official statement that the team just can’t quite muster the spirit to continue it anymore beyond its natural end
A statement was released earlier this week, which shocked fans with the abrupt end of the project. Frerichs discussed the thought process behind such an abrupt decision,”
“Recently, we publicly announced that DBZA would not continue via the original footage ala our classic method of Abridging.”
It was plausible that the franchise moved forward with the Buu Saga via the same animation provided in the Shortz. However, that was deemed impossible by the heads of the franchise.
” The ending of the Cell Saga gave us a sense of finality that is impossible for us to escape,” said Frerichs. He has confirmed that the team will continue to work on their other non-Dragon Ball Z Abridged related projects.