After (obviously) conquering Japan, Dragon Ball Super: Super Heroes prepares to land in cinemas around the world: at Comic-Con 2022 in San Diego, the international trailer of the animated film, the new exponent of the legendary saga created by Akira Toriyama, was shown.

The new cinematic installment of the world famous blockbuster anime will be directed by Tetsuro Kodama, overseen by the famous creator of the Dragon Ball saga, Akira Toriyama, who is also the author of the screenplay and character design. The film will hit Italian cinemas on September 29, thanks to a collaboration between Toei Animation, Crunchyroll and Warner Bros.

The Dragon Ball phenomenon began in 1984 when Akira Toriyama debuted in Shueisha’s “Weekly Shonen Jump” and became an icon in its more than ten and a half years of publication. Since then, the manga’s popularity has only grown with a staggering record of 260 million copies sold worldwide. Dragon Ball’s fame rose as the series brought anime, movies, games and gadgets to life. Now, thirty-eight years after the manga’s launch, Dragon Ball continues to evolve and reach unprecedented heights with this massive new movie.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is produced by Toei Animation Co. and Crunchyroll, a joint venture between Sony Pictures Entertainment and Aniplex Japan, a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc., both subsidiaries of Sony Group Corporation.

This is the official summary:
The Red Ribbon Army was destroyed by Goku. However, some people, who keep the mind 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 purpose of it New Army of the Red Ribbon? At the dawn of a new threat, it’s time to awaken Super Hero!

Source: Lega Nerd

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