Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero will see the return of Broly, the legendary Super Saiyan mutant and son of Paragus who was first introduced as a misguided central antagonist of the Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie, but the next film will show Broly as a training partner to Goku and Vegeta. Now, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero has given us a brand new look at Broly and his current best friend Cheelai.
At the end of Dragon Ball Super: Broly, Goku and Broly seemingly made peace, with the legendary Super Saiyan being transported back to the planet he considers home throughout his childhood. Broly is joined by Cheelai and Lemo of the Frieza Force, and it seems that he has changed from a destructive and uncontrollable force into a much more calm and collected fighter.
During last weekend's Anime Japan event, the promotional materials for the movie have shown that Broly will be fighting Goku, most likely training alongside him and Vegeta on the world on which Whis and Beerus reside.
Recently, Twitter outlet DBS Chronicles shared new promotional images for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, and as you can see below, most of the cast are featured, giving us a fresh look at Broly and Cheelai. It's still unclear what roles they will have in a story focused on the return of the Red Ribbon Army, but it looks like they will be allies to Goku and the rest of the Z-Fighters.
Another image reveals Cheelai holding a "bag", and one theory is that she and Broly might already have a child. As you can see below, the bag has some sort of harness or blanket for what appears to be a baby. After all, the two of them are close, and if you've seen the Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie, you'd already know that Broly responds to Cheelai in a way he's never done before, so fans wouldn't be surprised if they actually have a baby.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero's April 2022 Japanese release date was pushed back due to the Toei Animation Hack, but Toei hasn't announced a new theatrical release date yet. The film is slated to release in North American theaters this summer, but there's still no word on whether or not the hack affected its release schedule.
You can read everything we know so far about Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero here.