This April, Dragon Ball Super is making a major rebound to the universe of movement by means of its most recent full length film hitting theaters in Japan, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. With this new film set to point the focus on Gohan, Piccolo, and Pan versus the typical suspects in Goku and Vegeta, the Red Ribbon Army is set to make a significant rebound and has two new destructive androids to show for it in Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. As the film’s delivery date inches nearer, new promotion workmanship has shown up to give fans a superior gander at the new film.
Beside the appearance of this new film, Dragon Ball fans are looking out for word concerning when the TV series will get back to the wireless transmissions, with any semblance of the Moro Arc and Granolah The Survivor Arc being a prime area for Toei Animation to mean the little screen. While there has been no authority word, there have been bits of hearsay and clues twirling that 2022 may be the year that we see the series make its terrific return. With the forthcoming film set to hop into the eventual fate of the series by a couple of years, while additionally seeing Broly the Legendary Super Saiyan in another job as a preparation accomplice for Goku and Vegeta it appears, it will be fascinating to perceive how the universe of the Z Fighters has changed.
Twitter User DBS Hype shared this new promo from a recent issue of Shonen Jump, using the imagery from Super Hero’s poster, along with several images from the movie itself to get fans hyped for the next round in the battle between the Z Fighters and the criminal organization known as the Red Ribbon Army:
DBS: Super Hero Shonen Jump Promo Scan pic.twitter.com/sez6RcPk5F
— Dragon Ball Hype. (@DbsHype) January 20, 2022
Though Super Hero is set to arrive in Japan this April, fans in the West are waiting on word as to when they can expect the next chapter in Dragon Ball Super’s story to hit theaters in North America. With recent news hitting that Jujutsu Kaisen 0 is hitting theaters around three months following the arrival of the prequel film in Japan, perhaps fans can expect the new Dragon Ball story to do the same, priming for a summer release.
What do you think of this new look at the upcoming Shonen film? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of Dragon Ball.
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