The exasperating Toei Animation hack had not only halted weekly anime episodes but had also indefinitely delayed the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero film.
After weeks of remaking and rearranging content, Toei is finally ready to come back with new episodes. The much-anticipated movie had taken a worse hit in comparison but it has finally been rescheduled.
The Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero film will premiere in Japan on June 11, 2022. Its initial release date was April 22.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero was initially supposed to debut in North American theaters in summer 2022. Since the movie’s actual release has been delayed, its North American debut will be delayed as well. You can expect it to arrive in America by this fall.
Some latest trailers and visuals of the movie hint toward a Gohan-focused plot. Two new villainous characters, Ganma 1 and Ganma 2 have also been introduced. Few old villains will make a comeback as Toriyama-sensei plans to resurrect the Red Ribbon Army.
Akira Toriyama is supervising the original film as it will divert from the actual Dragon Ball Super timeline. If you ask me, the movie couldn’t be in better hands.
With a surprising new plot and exciting characters, Super Hero is ready to pack a mean punch. The staff must have worked tirelessly to set things straight again in the past few weeks, and I hope there are no more delays in the future.
About Dragon Ball Super
Dragon Ball Super came into serialization in June 2015, edited and illustrated by Akira Toriyama and his protege Toyotaru, respectively.
Dragon Ball Super takes the DB universe to another level by introducing the long asleep God of Destruction, Beerus.
Beerus initially decided to decimate Earth but postpones his plans when discovering the fantastic food he had never eaten. He also hopes to fight Super Saiyajin God one day.
Source: Official Website