The new Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero trailer with unreleased sequences

The new Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero trailer with unreleased sequences

The new Dragon Ball Super

On the occasion of the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero panel at Comic-Con San Diego, Crunchyroll has unveiled the new trailer with unreleased sequences dedicated to the film animated by the mind of Akira Toriyama and inspired by the world of Dragon Ball.

The new trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero with unreleased sequences

The animated film was released in Japanese cinemas on 11 June 2022, while in Italy the September 29, 2022 again for Crunchyroll:

It's time! Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO tickets are now available for the US, CA, UK, IE, AU and NZ!


- Crunchyroll (@Crunchyroll) July 23, 2022

Tetsuro Kodama directed the animated film at Toei Animation and Naoki Sato composed the music. Nobuhito Sue held the role of art director, Chikashi Kubota was in charge of animations and Jae Hoon Jung oversaw the CGI. Akira Toriyama himself, the creator of the original manga, worked on the story, screenplay and unreleased character design.

Want to know as much as possible about the new project before heading to the cinema? Prepare in advance by catching our special here.

The Red Ribbon Army was destroyed by Goku. Some people, however, who keep the spirit alive, have created the perfect Androids, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. The two Androids are called "Super Heroes" and will launch at the attack of Piccolo and Gohan ... what is the goal of the new Army of the Red Ribbon? At the dawn of a new danger, it's time to awaken Super Hero!

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, 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 looms 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!

A new animated film, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, hit Japanese theaters on June 11, 2022. It 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. It will be available in Italian cinemas on 29 September 2022 for Crunchyroll.

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 86, with the first 80 writings collected in 18 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 16 volumes already available for the purchase. Retrieved on Amazon Dragon Ball Super 16.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Releases English Dub Trailer

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero isn't just bringing back some familiar foes to face off against Gohan and Piccolo while Goku and Vegeta are off-world, it's throwing a few new villains into the mix via two androids known as Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. With the shonen movie having a panel at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, the film created by Toei Animation has dropped a new English trailer to get fans in North America prepared for its August 18th release date.

The footage comes courtesy of Crunchyroll and Toei Animation following Dragon Ball Super's return to San Diego Comic-Con. The movie took over Hall H not long ago, and it was there guests were able to watch a full 20 minutes of the movie ahead of its nationwide premiere in August. ComicBook was there, of course, and we can say the sneak peek was something special! If you have not gotten tickets to see Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero yet, you can do so right now! Fandango put up pre-orders for tickets earlier today, and theaters across America will welcome the flick's subbed and dubbed versions. 

READ MORE: Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Comic-Con 2022 Panel Recap

For those unfamiliar with this new movie, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is the second movie to come from the IP's latest anime. The first, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, made its debut back in 2018. This new venture highlights Piccolo and Gohan as the pair lead their first big-screen adventure once the Red Ribbon Army pops up. The organization comes out of hiding in this movie after being wiped out by Goku years and years ago. When the army puts another one of its schemes to the test, Piccolo and Gohan must defend Earth and their families against all-new foes. And by the film's end, some surprising faces from the past appear to make the whole adventure even more complicated. 

Want to know more about Dragon Ball Super's big new movie? You can find the official description for the upcoming flick here: 'The Red Ribbon Army was once destroyed by Son Goku. Individuals, who carry on its spirit, have created the ultimate Androids, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. These two Androids call themselves 'Super Heroes'. They start attacking Piccolo and Gohan… What is the New Red Ribbon Army's objective? In the face of approaching danger, it is time to awaken, Super Hero!' 

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