Dragon Ball fans can rejoice as we have a release date for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Movie after months of anticipation. Not just that, we have a new key visual depicting newer character designs for some of our most cherished characters. Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie has been long in the making as reports say that the production had begun even before the previous film of the franchise, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, was released.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Movie takes us back to the nemesis we have been introduced to several times, The Red Ribbon Army. First appearing back in Dragon Ball, we had been introduced to The Red Ribbon again in Dragon Ball Z. Back then, Future Trunks had come with the warning of two Androids, No.17 and No.18, causing havoc and destruction to the Earth, but inevitably, we saw many more androids than what was foretold.
This time, The Red Ribbon Army has been reformed, and they have created two new mightier Androids, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2, to take revenge on Goku and his family.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Movie Release Date Announced
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Movie is set to release on 22 April 2022 in Japan. Also, unlike other anime films, where we have had to wait at least half a year before a subbed version of the film dropped, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Movie will be released in North America in Summer 2022.
Along with the details for the release date, we also got a new Key Visual for the movie. It’s not really a new key visual, but this one reveals parts of the visual that was previously hidden. In the new version of the key visual, we see Bulma in the car’s driving seat, while Krillin in a Police Uniform poses with No.18 standing on his palm.
【Key Visual (New ver.)】
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Movie
Scheduled for April 22, 2022 in Japan!
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Lastly, we have something we thought we would never witness. Goten and Trunks are finally being shown to have grown up. Here, in the key visual, they are again posing with the Fusion Dance, so maybe we might see a grown-up Canon version of Gotenks as well.
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