Dragon Ball Super Chapter 88 Delayed: New Release Date, Spoilers, Raw Scans, Leaks, Countdown, Where to read online

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Hello there! Today we will provide an update on Dragon Ball Super Chapter 88, including all you need to know about the forthcoming chapter, along with its publication date, spoilers, raw scans, and where you can read the new chapter.

Dragon Ball Super is the continuation to the legendary Dragon Ball manga series, which was written and illustrated by ToyoTarou and was overseen by Akira Toriyama. It is radically different from the Toei Animation anime, and with the conclusion of the Galactic Patrol Prisoner Saga in the manga, readers are quite eager about what the author has in store for the fans.

Elec sacrificed his brother’s entire lifespan in return for making Gas the strongest. Frieza appears on Cereal and dispatches Gas and Elec with ease. He transforms into Black Frieza after undergoing a new transformation. Goku and Vegeta, on the other hand, leave Cereal, while Granolah hopes to utilize the Dragon Balls to repair his world.

Dragon Ball Super Chapter 88 Release Date

Following the conclusion of the Galactic Patrol Prisoner Arc, artist Toyotarou revealed that the series would be put on indefinite hold in order to prepare for the next plot line. Fans anticipate a 2-4 month pause until the series returns in November 2022.

Dragon Ball Super Chapter 88 English translations are expected to be released on November 19, 2022, at 12:00 AM JST. On November 17, 2022, the official Japanese version will be released two days before the English version. The DBS manga is published by Shueisha’s V Jump magazine, with a new issue issued on the 20th of each month.

Release time

For our international readers, this is when chapter 88 of Dragon Ball Super will be accessible to read online.
Pacific Time: 9 AM
Central Time: 11 AM
Eastern Time: 12 NOON
British Time: 5 PM

Is Dragon Ball Super On on break this week?

No, luckily, the manga is not on break this month, and chapter 88 will be delivered on time. So far, the author has not mentioned any such postponement.