During New York Comic Con 2021, Toei Animation has revealed the first teaser trailer for the upcoming anime movie; Dragon Ball Super Super Hero. It is slated to premiere sometime in 2022.
The newÂ Dragon Ball SuperÂ movie is a sequel and follow-up toÂ Dragon Ball Super Broly, which was released back in 2018. Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama is writing the story for the upcoming movie.
Fans will be happy to learn that the Red Ribbon Army and Dragon Ball Super Broly‘s Broly will return in Dragon Ball Super Super Hero.
Plus, the older Pan looks so cute.
Written by Toriyama and illustrated by Toyotarou, theÂ Dragon Ball SuperÂ manga originally premiered in June 2015 as a sequel to Toriyamaâ€™s originalÂ Dragon BallÂ manga, which initially ran from 1984 to 1995. TheÂ Dragon BallÂ Super anime launched in Japan one month after the manga, running for 131 episodes from July 2015 to March 2018.
Dragon Ball Super BrolyÂ premiered in 2018 as the first film to carry theÂ Dragon Ball SuperÂ branding. It is also the 20thÂ Dragon BallÂ feature film overall, though only the third to be made with Toriyamaâ€™s direct involvement after 2013â€™sÂ Dragon Ball Z Battle Of GodsÂ and 2015â€™sÂ Dragon Ball Z Resurrection F.
In the meantime, you can check out my review ofÂ Dragon Ball Super BrolyÂ byÂ heading over here.