Dragon Ball: a giant Freeza invades Shinjuku

Dragon Ball: a giant Freeza invades Shinjuku

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A giant Freeza in all his terror appeared in 3D at the east exit of Shinjuku station, but rest assured, he didn't cause any damage around.

Dragon Ball: Freeza appears in Shinjuku

The famous villain of the Dragon Ball manga and anime series appeared through the first digital curved LED billboard set up in July 2021 right in the Tokyo commercial district just mentioned, emulating one of his historical poses.

Freeza is was reproduced in these guises on the occasion of the advertising campaign for Bandai's smartphone video game, Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle, but the residence time was relatively short, i.e. from 24 to 30 September. Here is the emperor of evil come to life:

The large curved billboard with 3D technology is called Cross Shinjuku Vision and in the last days it is capturing the attention of citizens and tourists for reproduction of a giant cat that seemed to realistically float without any effect of gravity.

As we refer you to the video below, the company involved in the management of the attraction states that it expects to see everything in that corner of Shinjuku.

How beautiful and unpredictable Japan is.

Dragon Ball Super - manga and anime

Dragon Ball Super is a Japanese animated series, produced by Toei Animation, broadcast in Japan on Fuji Television which arises as a follow-up to the defeat of Majin Buu. The series ended with episode number 131 (A miraculous conclusion! Goodbye Goku, until the day we meet again!).

The Italian edition of the anime, acquired by Mediaset and broadcast on Italia 1, it began on 23 December 2016 and was completed with the last episode aired on 29 September 2019.

The direct sequel to the anime series is the 20th animated film of the franchise, Dragon Ball Super: Broly released on February 28, 2019 with Koch Media Italia and Anime Factory.

A new animated film will arrive in Japanese cinemas in 2022. This is the 21st film for the entire series and the 2nd dedicated to Dragon Ball Super. Akira Toriyama is actively working on the characters and dialogues.

The manga version is produced on a monthly basis, conceived and written by Akira Toriyama and drawn by Toyotaro. The manga is serialized on V-Jump (Shueisha) from 20 June 2015 and is currently in chapter 76, with the first 72 writings collected in 16 volumes. The manga is currently facing the unpublished narrative arc of "Granola, the Survivor".

The Italian edition of the manga is entrusted to Star Comics with the first 14 volumes already available for purchase:

Several time has passed since the great battle between Goku and Majin Buu, and now a new threat hangs over the world that has found peace ... This time the enemy comes from the "Sixth Universe"! A completely new Dragon Ball begins, picking up the Saiyan adventures where they left off!

Find on Amazon the most recent issue of the Italian edition of Dragon Ball Super, the 14th.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Debuts Promo Poster as NYCC Opens Doors

New York Comic Con is just a day out at this point, but the event is already opening its doors for some. The big convention has opened up for Will Call at long last, allowing anyone to pick up their tickets ahead of time. Of course, this means some of the event's signage is being seen for the first time, and one of them is all about Dragon Ball Super.

As you can see below, the artwork was spotted today when NYCC opened its doors. Fans could not overlook the giant Dragon Ball Super poster hanging in the convention center, and it hypes up the anime's upcoming movie.

In the center, fans will see Goku and Piccolo standing side to side. The Saiyan is brought to life with CG graphics, and they fit the design well. The same can be said for our Namekian, and there are two other figures in this poster.

At this point, fans know little about these characters. The duo, who wear 'one' and 'two' on their shirts, seem to be heroes given the movie's title. Of course, Goku might need to join up with the pair depending on who their foe is. But at this point, we have no clue what sort of threat Goku is facing in this movie.

If you are hyped for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero to go live, the movie is expected to debut in 2022. NYCC will have a main stage panel dedicated to the movie, so fans hope tons of new information will be dropped about the movie shortly. The panel is slated to start on October 7 around 11:30 AM CST, so we'll keep our fingers crossed for a trailer debut!

How excited are you about this new Dragon Ball Super movie? Will you be tuning into the anime's panel tomorrow? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or hit me up on Twitter @MeganPetersCB.

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