JAPAN: Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is gearing up for its United States release on August 19, 2022. Following the United States debut, the anime film will arrive in India on August 26, 2022. The action-adventure movie already had its theatrical release on June 11, 2022, in Japan.
Tetsuro Kodama helmed the martial arts fantasy anime film. Toei Animation produced and distributed the movie. Dragon Ball series creator, Akira Toriyama penned the story of the anime feature. Naoki Sato provided the music for the film. Masako Nozawa, Toshio Furukawa, Ryo Horikawa, Hiroshi Kamiya, and Mamoru Miyano round up the movie’s ensemble voice cast.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is the first CGI animated movie in the franchise
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is the second film released under the Dragon Ball Super label. The film is the 21st instalment in the anime franchise. The anime feature was created utilising 3D computer animation, making it the first film to use this technique.
The anime’s plot revolves mostly around Piccolo and his student Gohan, who are attacked by the ultimate androids Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. The CGI animated film depicts the adventure of the Dragon Ball franchise’s fan-favorite characters to protect the world from the Red Ribbon Army.
In Japan, the anime film had a positive reception. The film’s domestic box office haul is likewise respectable, totaling $14.5 million USD. The film also received a favorable response from critics and audiences.
Fortnite x Dragon Ball Super crossover event
Fortnite recently announced a crossover event with Dragon Ball Super. On August 16, 2022, the gameplay was shown. Special footage is also added to the game to increase fan excitement. The players in the gaming lobby received a sneak peek at the upcoming film. The Fortnite x Dragon Ball Super crossover proved to be an outstanding audience-attraction technique.
Dragon Ball Super movie fact related to India
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is not the first Dragon Ball film to be released in India. Dragon Ball Super: Broly debuted in the country on March 29, 2019, following multiple petitions from the anime community. In addition to the film, the Dragon Ball Super series is now broadcasting on Cartoon Network India in five regional languages.