As the first 3DCG-animated picture in the franchise, the second Dragon Ball Super movie gives the familiar characters a brand new look. Our review of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero found that the film “effectively threads the needle between past and present, both displaying appreciation for the now codified personalities of its characters and finding a new path for them.” This is great news for Dragon Ball fans.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero will be in cinemas with a wide release date of August 19. If you want to know where and how to see it for yourself, read on.
Where to Watch Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero – Showtimes
On August 19th, you can see Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero in theaters all throughout the United States and the United Kingdom (AU moviegoers will get it a day early on August 18). Check your local listings at the following links to find out when and where you may see the film:
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When and Where Will Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Be Available to Stream Online?
Neither the current season nor the upcoming season of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero has been confirmed for any streaming service. Nonetheless, it will most likely end up on Crunchyroll, as the firm is handling the film’s distribution in North America and is teaming up with Sony to handle foreign distribution.
Where to Watch the First Dragon Ball Super Movie (and the TV Series)
The 131 episodes of the Dragon Ball Super anime, as well as the movie Dragon Ball Super: Broly, are available in a number of formats.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly
Dragon Ball Super (TV series)
Who’s in the Cast?
- Kyle Hebert as Son Gohan
- Robert McCollum as Son Goten
- Monica Rial as Bulma
- Christopher R. Sabat as Piccolo, Vegeta, Korin, and Shenron
- Sean Schemmel as Son Goku
- Sonny Strait as Krillin
- Eric Vale as Trunks
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Rating and Runtime
The film Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero has a PG-13 rating because of intense sequences of violence and smoking. The complete running time of the film, including the credits, is 1 hour and 40 minutes.
Someone who was a child or parent in the late 1990s or early 2000s is almost certain to have seen Son Goku and his super saiyan pals and family on at least one screen. If you are or have been a fan, however, it’s conceivable that you are more than familiar not just with the colorful characters from the Akira Toriyama universe, but also with some of the overdone cliches of the anime series, which has been on the air for the better part of the previous 30+ years. The new Dragon Ball Super series, Super Hero, is conscious of its predecessor’s heritage and makes good use of it. It’s a reasonable bet to assume you’ll enjoy it, whether or not you’re a fan.
While his father Goku and his friend Vegeta are training hard on the distant planet of Beerus with Broly from the previous franchise entry Dragon Ball Super: Broly, Gohan is enjoying some quiet time on Earth. The resurrected Red Ribbon Army, meanwhile, is hard at work creating two formidable androids with the express purpose of exacting revenge on Son Goku and the saiyans.
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