Dragon Ball Super episode 47 kicked off the Future Trunks saga and it was one of the more popular episodes to date. Episode 48 starts where we left off, and Trunks is still mourning the loss of Mai and his mother Bulma.
To recap a bit, Black Goku is pretty much the most evil character in Dragon Ball Super to date. Not only did he kill off Future Bulma, but Future Mai is dead too. Trunks is livid at this point and finally turns into a Super Saiyan to kick off episode 48.
Next week is episode 49 and the preview shows that Black Goku has found a way to the present somehow. It could have been a wormhole or something left from the Time Machine. In either case, our heroes have a big battle on their hands. We will have our review up next week for you so stay tuned.
Super Dragon Ball Heroes is a Japanese original net animation and promotional anime series for the card and video games of the same name. Similar to Dragon Ball GT, it is a manga-inspired installment of the Dragon Ball media franchise, created by Toei Animation instead of franchise creator Akira Toriyama. The opening theme songs for the season are \"Universe Mission Series Theme Song\" (episodes 1-20), \"Big Bang Mission Series Theme Song\" (episodes 21-28 and 30-40), and \"Fight Song\" (episode 29), all the theme songs are performed by Dragon Soul which is composed of Takayoshi Tanimoto, Mayumi Gojo and YOFFY. It premiered on July 1, 2018. Super Dragon Ball Heroes is presented with several alternate scenarios and possible outcomes within the franchise.
This particular episode will show Trunks studying with Pilaf. When he walks outside to take a break, he comes across a time machine. He checks the inside and is surprised to see who the rider is. The preview for the upcoming episode reveals that the rider of the time machine is none other than Future Trunks. He has landed in the present time for an important mission but he will need help especially since he isn't in a good shape.
The second episode of the Future Trunks arc is set to move things forward as Trunks arrives in the present time in the time machine. Viewers can watch \"Dragon Ball Super\" episode 48 on Sunday, June 19 on Fuji TV at 9 a.m. Japan Time.
In \"Dragon Ball Super\" episode 48, Future Trunks takes the time machine using the fuel given by Bulma to travel in the past and contact his allies. There is 'Hope' scribbled on the surface of the time machine and he is lying unconscious.
\"Hey, this is Goku! What! Future Trunks got beat up by some enemy called \"Black\" who looks just like me And now Trunks has come to our world in his time machine! This is no time to be taking it easy! Alright then! Me and Vegeta will go face him! Next time on Dragon Ball Super: \"Hope Again!! Trunks Awakens in the Present\" Don't miss it!\" reads the translation of \"Dragon Ball Super\" episode 48 preview trailer.
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