Dragon Ball Super - Super Hero: trailer and release date of the animated film

Dragon Ball Super - Super Hero: trailer and release date of the animated film

Dragon Ball Super - Super Hero

On the occasion of the Jump Festa 2022 the new trailer entirely dedicated to Dragon Ball Super - Super Hero was revealed, the 21st animated film and the 2nd to merge into the era of Dragon Ball Super with story, character design and dialogues by Akira Toriyama, and the release date in Japanese cinemas set for April 22, 2022.

In the last few days we have had the opportunity to look at the surprising new poster (visible on), while now we have new scenes to finally show you followed by a comment from the master who gave life to the entire franchise, Akira Toriyama. Here is the trailer released by the official YouTube channel of Toei Animation:

And here is the inevitable message from the master Toriyama:

“I am the master Toriyama! The title of the film, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, seems a bit repetitive, but I'm sure you'll find it a fun movie! I created the story, the dialogue and the character design. Not to mention the quality of the animation, it's particularly impressive from what I've seen so far and I can't wait for you to watch it! "

Regarding the character design, Toriyama has created the brand new Gamma # 1 and Gamma # 2, two new androids of the Red Ribbon army. At Jump Festa 2022 it was announced that the former will be played by Hiroshi Kamiya (Trafalgar Law, Levi Ackermnn), while the latter by Mamoru Miyano (Light Yagami). The rest of the known cast, for example Masako Nozawa (Goku, Gohan, Goten) and Toshio Furukawa (Piccolo), will return to play their respective characters.

What do we know about the new Dragon Ball Super movie?

The story of the film takes place precisely after Dragon Ball Super: Broly and before the end of Dragon Ball Z with the 28th Budokai Tenkaichi tournament. Click here towards our previous article to discover the other confirmed characters and the trailer.

This is the 21st animated film considering the entirety of the franchise and the 2nd to merge into the Dragon Ball Super era, which sees Akira Toriyama same original story, dialogues and character design together with Toei Animation. The film will be released in Japanese cinemas in 2022, while a western date is not yet known.

The project will boast CGI components, departing largely from previous cinematic experiences. Even Toriyama-sensei himself in the announcement comment had anticipated that the new animated film would have explored never before seen territories in terms of artistic aesthetics.

The plans related to the new Dragon Ball Super film were started in 2018, even before the release of Dragon Ball Super: Broly (released in 2018 in Japan; in 2019 in Italy), and will aim to tell a story full of spectacular fights able to respond to the enthusiasm generated by the success of the previous.

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 stands as following 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, began on December 23, 2016 and was completed with the last episode aired on September 29, 2019.

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!

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. It is currently available for viewing on Netflix.

A new animated film will hit Japanese theaters in 2022. It is the 21st film in 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 78, with the first 76 writings collected in 17 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.

Retrieve on Amazon the most recent volume of the Italian edition of Dragon Ball Super, the 14th.

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