Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie officially announced, releasing in 2022 – ark dragon

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie officially announced, releasing in 2022 – ark dragon

The new Dragon Ball Super movie is officially announced! Titled Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, this anime film is set to premiere in 2022.

Do you miss the action of Son Goku and his friends against their strong opponents? Even though you have to be a little patient and wait for about a year, the latest Dragon Ball Super movie has finally been officially announced.

After some time ago there were rumors and leaks related to the film, finally Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero has been confirmed.

Quoting from Crunchyroll, the film titled Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is officially announced. The good news is that the creator Akira Toriyama was also involved in making a film that tells the story of the main character named Son Goku.

At the Comic-Con @Home 2021 event which was held last weekend (24/7/2021), a special Dragon Ball panel discussed this latest film.

In the event, Masako Nozawa will also return to voice Son Goku. Masako Nozawa has been involved in various Dragon Ball series and films for approximately 23 years.

Masako Nozawa was not alone, in the event he was also accompanied by several people who were involved in the making of this Dragon Ball film. They are Akio Iyoku (Editor of Toriyama’s series), and Norihiro Hayashida (Producer of Toei Animation).

Comic-Con @Home 2021 in the Dragon Ball special panel also shows some of the character designs that will appear in this film. Like, Picollo, Krilin and Pan.

As the title suggests, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero will focus on the superhero aspect. Unfortunately there are no further details about this.

At the same time, a short teaser to introduce the film was also shown. You can see the 3D animation of the Son Goku character that looks smooth.

The teaser also showcases the Dargon Ball Super: Super Hero logo and the year of release which will fall in 2022.

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Dragon Ball Super will return to the big screen in 2022

Toei Animation officially announced that there will be a new film for “Dragon Ball Super” released in 2022 to celebrate “Goku Day”.

The new film “Dragon Ball Super” will be a continuation of the previous film “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” which was released in theaters in 2018.

“The new film will be the second adaptation of ‘Dragon Ball Super’ which is a manga title as well as an animated series that was released in 2015. This also continues the first film released in 2018 namely “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” which touched sales records exceeding 120 million US dollars,” Toei Animation said in a statement as reported by CBR, Sunday.

This film was brought to the big screen following the enthusiasm of Dragon Ball fans in 2018 when it welcomed the first film “Dragon Ball Super: Broly”.

“Akira Toriyama, who created the manga, will be the scriptwriter of the new film to satisfy fans’ desires. Toriyama has worked very meticulously to create a script with the highest quality standards, making this film different from previous Dragon Ball films,” said Toei.

This was further strengthened when Toriyama uploaded his statement in the form of a message to his fans.

However, he does not want to divulge about which Dragon Ball story will be appointed in the film that will be shown next year.

“Get ready for this super fun entertainment, which may include unexpected characters. We will explore new territories to provide an engaging experience for viewers. I hope everyone can look forward to this new film,” said Toriyama.

The Dragon Ball Super manga is a sequel to Toriyama’s first comic titled “Dragon Ball” which ran from 1984 to 1995.

The anime has also aired in Japan for 131 episodes during 2015-2018 and aired in the United States in 2017-2019.

The film, which was finally adapted to the big screen, does not yet have an official title, although it is certain to be released in 2022.

 

“Dragon Ball Super: Broly”, the fierce battle of the Saiyans

For Dragon Ball fans, starting today the movie “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” is showing in all theaters. This film will take you to witness the fierce battle between Goku, Vegeta and a Saiyan who has been considered lost.

“Dragon Ball Super: Broly” is a new Saiyan story. Back then, Earth was already at peace after the Tournament of Power. Even so, Goku still spends his entire day training to achieve greater abilities. Because he realized that the universe still had many stronger people.

One day Bulma’s Dragon Ball was stolen by Frieza’s men who had returned from Hell. This then leads Goku and Vegeta to meet a Saiyan named Broly.

Broly had never been seen before. Because the Saiyans were almost all wiped out since Planet Vegeta was destroyed. It turns out, Broly is the son of Paragus who was once exiled by King Vegeta because he has extraordinary strength.

Broly is instilled with hatred by his father with the aim of killing Vegeta. This is where a fierce battle takes place between Broly, Vegeta and Goku.

Because of the great power possessed by Broly, Goku and Vegeta were overwhelmed. The two almost give up and are forced to devise a plan to defeat Broly.

Although in this film there are many battle scenes, Goku’s innocent and silly nature is able to melt the atmosphere. His jokes and questions were able to invite laughter from the audience in the midst of the commotion.

However, for the novice audience or those who have never followed “Dragon Ball”, they might be a little confused by the various characters in this film. Because every character created by Akira Toriyama does have its own history.

However, the director, Tatsuya Nagamine, continues to explain how the destruction of Planet Vegeta and the Saiyans, and the beginning of Kakarot or Goku coming to Earth.

“Dragon Ball” composer Shunsuke Kikuchi dies

Shunsuke Kikuchi, composer for the popular anime series “Dragon Ball”, died at the age of 89 on Saturday (24/4) at a Tokyo medical facility.

According to Variety, Japanese news outlet Oricon News said Kikuchi was undergoing medical treatment for aspirational pneumonia.

Kikuchi began his writing career in the 1960s, and his first film was “The Eighth Enemy” in 1961. He continued to compose music and theme songs for several long-running anime and TV drama series into the 2010s.

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The Japanese anime “Dragon Ball”, produced by Toei Animation, premiered in 1986, and Kikuchi composed the music for the series, which gained immense popularity worldwide.

He also joined the sequel series “Dragon Ball Z” in 1989, a follow-up film and remastered series “Dragon Ball Z Kai” and composed music for them as well.

Some of his other composition credits include “The Unfettered Shogun (Abarengō Shōgun)”, the theme song for “Doraemon”, “Masked Rider (Kamen Rider)”, “Tiger Mask”, “Gaiking”, “Tōshō Daimos”, “Dr. Slump” and dozens of others. Kikuchi retired in 2017 due to illness.

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Overlook Events, a production company that hosts concerts featuring “Dragon Ball” music and composers such as John Williams and Ennio Morricone, paid tribute to Kikuchi on Twitter.

“Our work and concerts were dedicated to him from the start,” the company wrote.

Kikuchi was nominated for a Japan Academy Award for his outstanding music in 1983 for his work on “The Gate of Youth” and “To Trap a Kidnapper”. He received achievement awards at the Tokyo Anime Awards in 2013 and the Lifetime Achievement Japan Record Award in 2015.