The Dragon Ball Super anime franchise will return this year with the release of the next feature-length movie Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, and while Goku and Vegeta won't get the spotlight in this movie, Son Gohan, Piccolo, Pan, and the other heroes in Earth will have to step it up to fight the villainous Red Ribbon Army and their powerful new androids. Now, new dialogue shared by voice actors from the movie has been shared online following the latest Jump Festa, revealing the opening dialogue between Gohan and the new androids, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2.
Over on YouTube, DBHype shared new footage that features Gohan voice actor, Masako Nozawa, sharing some lines of diloague from Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. The legendary voice actor is also known for voicing Son Goku and Son Goten. The brief clip that includes English Translations, also features the voice of Piccolo (Toshio Furukawa) as well as the voices of Gamma 1 and Gamma 2 (Hiroshi Kamiya and Mamoru Miyano, respectively).
The dialgue also hints the use of the Dragon Balls once again, as the Piccolo's voice shared dialogue that teases the return of the Shenron the Eternal Dragon. As for the new androids Gamma 1 and Gamma 2, their origins have already been revealed, and it turns out that the Red Ribbon Army has hired a new scientist named Dr. Hedo, who seemingly is able to create new androids that are more powerful than anything Gero had created.
Check out the dialgoue from Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero here:
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is set to release in Japanese theaters on April 22, 2022. A North American release date hasn't been announced yet.
For more details about the highly-antiicipated anime film, check out everything you need to know about Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero here.