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Dragon Ball Z: The Chronicles of Future Trunks (Korean: 장민철의 후후 트론, Japanese: ドラゴンボール クロニクルズの進化系) is a three-episode OAV that expands upon the Dragon Ball Z: Dragon Fusion series, with writer Daisuke Igarashi and director Hiroyuki Yamaga. It was first shown at a Jump Festa event on June 2, 2009, with a second showing on July 7, 2009. The anime itself was released in Japan on July 8, 2009. The new season opens when Goku and Vegeta meet up with the 15-year-old future son of Vegeta and Piccolo, Future Trunks. Goku is currently in a coma, and his power has been greatly weakened by the test-tube infant Dragon Balls and the Namekian Dragon Balls. As a result, Future Trunks is automatically infused with all of Goku’s and Vegeta’s powers. Z is considered a spin-off to Dragon Ball Z by fans. Though both are part of the same continuity, the story of Dragon Ball Z does not take place until some time after the events of the OAV. On 9 January 2009, the Dragon Ball website announced a series of announcements on the Dragon Ball series’ future, including Dragon Ball Z: The Chronicles of Future Trunks OAV. On 15 January 2009, Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama announced on his web site that an OAV would be produced for the first time since Dragon Ball Z: The Movie in 1999. The announcement noted that the production started in April 2007. It was completed by October 2008. On February 26, 2009, it was announced that the anime would be shown at Jump Festa, held on July 7, 2009. The staff were asked to make the Dragon Ball Z: The Other World — a large portion of this OAV is an adaptation of a novel by Akira Toriyama. On July 8, 2009, the OAV was released, containing three episodes. The three episodes are: “The Original and Unprecedented Dragon Ball Z: The Chronicles of Future Trunks”, “Goku and Vegeta: The Bonds of Father and Son”, and “The Unfathomable Will of an Ancestral God”. “Dragon Ball Z: The Other World” is the first non-manga adaptation since “Dragon Ball Z: The World’s Strong


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