Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai
Photo Credit: Toei Animation

Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai, the adventure/fantasy manga written by Riku Sanjo and illustrated by Koji Inada which is based on the video game with the same name was adapted into an anime from 1991 to 1992 and has received fans’ huge love and support with the great animation and the well-developed characters.

A new anime with the same name Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai was confirmed and and fans have gotten a glance at what this arrangement will involve.

Not very far in the past, the first trailer of the anime was released, and it turns out Dragon Quest has a great deal to offer. The staggering trailer has got fans aggravated up online gratitude to its Dragon Ball vibes, so it appears October 2020 can’t come quick enough.

A user on Twitter named @DBSHype shared the trailer which starts simple enough with a fix of the oceans. The fierce waves key fans in on the way that this Dragon Quest anime will be a rough ride, and the remainder of the trailer demonstrates that. All things considered, Dai will need to go on some large missions, and fans are given a gander at his companions and adversaries during the trailer. There is no denying Dai’s confidants are solid, yet the powers he should face will be considerable in their own right.


Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai is a Japanese manga dependent on the computer game arrangement of a same name. It was composed by Riku Sanjo and represented by Koji Inada and serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump from October 1989 to December 1996.

The manga was adjusted into an anime arrangement, delivered by Toei Animation and communicate on TBS from July 1991 to July 1992. It is the second anime adjustment dependent on the Dragon Quest establishment after Dragon Quest: Legend of the Hero Abel. Another anime adjustment has been declared, and is set to debut in October 2020 on TV Tokyo.

Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai is one of the Weekly Shōnen Jump’s top rated manga arrangement ever, with 50 million tankōbon volumes duplicates sold.

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