Well, this was pretty much guaranteed if they wanted to introduce more characters for the Gacha game:
Danmachi is getting both a second season and a movie "Arrow of the Orion". The strophion returns.
I am really hoping that the second season keeps at least to the level of season 1 adaptation quality, even though it rushed and skipped things it was astronomically better than how they did the Sword Oratoria adaptation.
Meanwhile SAO Alicization will be fully adapted and possibly have enough episodes not to be extra rushed. Considering that said arc has more novels than the 2 previous seasons together it might get a quad cour, or 2 separate double cours?
On the other hand Happy Sugar Life is the kind of story that goes well after seeing the latest episode of Criminal Minds or Silence of the Lambs, frankly I couldn't tolerate more than a couple chapters of the manga before giving it up, the protagonist makes the girls from Mirai Nikki look sane.
I would read this, but no way it ends well for either of those kids.
At best, the Death Star was only operational for a few months, and as Force Sensitive as seems to be implied, assuming they aren't on board the Death Star when it is destroyed, they are left without Tarkin shortly after he picks them up within the Empire and completely unaware of what being found out would mean for them.
They'd be lucky if it was the Emperor and not Vader that found them out. Vader is likely to try and train them as apprentices, and eventually one would be forced to kill the other. They the other would likely end up being killed as Vader would likely not be taking them seriously [see Force Unleashed for how that plays out as a best case scenario.]
Palpatine on the other hand would probably train them to be Dark Jedi or Sith Assassins rather than apprentices. They still might be pitted against each other during their training, but have a better chance of surviving together.
Yes, it is indeed based on the arcade card game, which is an offshoot or sorts from Xenoverse.
This is the next Dragon Ball project they were talking about, and it isn't clear if it is part of the main continuity or not.
The Goku Blue we see here is the one from DBS, but it's not clear if this happens after the conclusion and continues the story, or if he is pulled from another point in the series.
It seems like it is based on an arc in the DBH manga.
All and all, it probably won't be canon if another main line Dragon Ball series is made, but it could be interesting regardless just for the fact that it's probably going to be a shitton of DB fanservice crammed into one show.
If this becomes canon then it will mean that all DB is now canon, including GT, and takes place across a huge multiverse.