Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero maintains its status as one of the most compelling comeback tales of the Summer movie season. Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, which just finished its run at number one at the box office in the United States, is now the fifth highest grossing anime film in the history of the US box office.
As a way to commemorate the event and the film's success, Crunchyroll has unveiled a brand new trailer for the movie, in which they highlight some of the most exciting new developments and unexpected twists that appear in the movie.
A word of caution: the following contains spoilers if you haven't seen the movie yet!
The English voice cast includes several returning cast members: Kyle Hebert (Son Gohan), Sean Schemmel (Son Goku), Robert McCollum (Son Goten), Christopher R. Sabat (Piccolo, Vegeta), Monica Rial (Bulma), Sonny Strait (Krillin), Eric Vale (Trunks), Kara Edwards (Videl), and Jeannie Tirado (Pan).
New voices to for the English voice cast include Zach Aguilar (Dr. Hedo), Aleks Le (Gamma 1), Zeno Robinson (Gamma 2), Charles Martinet (Magenta), and Jason Marnocha (Carmine).
The Japanese voice cast includes Masako Nozawa (Son Goku, Son Gohan, and Son Goten), Toshio Furukawa (Piccolo), Aya Hisakawa (Bulma), Ryō Horikawa (Vegeta), Mayumi Tanaka (Krillin), Takeshi Kusao (Trunks), Yūko Minaguchi (Videl), Yūko Minaguchi (Pan)
Miyu Irino (Dr. Hedo), Hiroshi Kamiya (Gamma 1), Mamoru Miyano (Gamma 2), Volcano Ota (Magenta), and Ryota Takeuchi (Carmine).
About Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero
Son Goku was once responsible for the destruction of the Red Ribbon Army. Gamma 1 and Gamma 2 are the ultimate Androids, and they were created by people who carry on the spirit of the original Android. The two Androids in question refer to themselves as "Super Heroes." They immediately begin assaulting Piccolo and Gohan... What exactly is the objective of the New Red Ribbon Army? It is time for you to wake up, Super Hero, because there is imminent danger!
The illustrious mangaka Akira Toriyama was responsible for the film's original story, screenplay, and character design. Toriyama lent his full commitment to the project and was deeply involved in its production.
The Dragon Ball phenomenon started in 1984 when the first chapter of Akira Toriyama's famous manga was published in Shueisha's "Weekly Shonen Jump." The manga went on to become a top-ranked title throughout its entire run of publication, which lasted for ten and a half years. Since then, the popularity of the manga has continued to rise, reaching an astounding record of 260 million copies sold worldwide as of this writing, and the number is still growing. In addition, as the popularity of Dragon Ball continues to rise, the series has moved beyond the realm of manga and into other mediums such as television animation, movies, video games, and merchandise. Dragon Ball is still going strong 38 years after it was first published as a manga, and it is about to reach new heights with the release of this new, large-scale film.