Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Reveals First Trailer at NYCC 2021

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Toei Animation has released the first trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, the latest feature film featuring the beloved anime characters of Akira Toriyama's popular franchise. The trailer premiered at Dragon Ball Super's NYCC panel today, where fans were treated with more information about the highly-anticipated film.

Watch the first trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero below:

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The first Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero clip teases a new crisis and gives us a glimpse of the new characters, including the two alien characters, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. Broly is also confirmed to be in the film as well as Gohan, Whis, and Karin. The CG animation is also a nice touch.

Guests Akio Iyoku (editor for Akira Toriyama/executive producer of Dragon Ball series) and Norihiro Hayashida (producer of TV animation and films for Dragon Ball series including Dragon Ball Super: BROLY) didn't reveal a lot of plot details about the movie, but they revealed that the events of Super Hero takes place after the Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie but before the 28th Tenkaichi Budokai Tournament. Toei Animation didn't reveal how it's connected to the Granolah the Survivor arc since that saga is not finished yet.

It's still unclear what role Broly will play in the film, but fans are excited to see him return in Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero.

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For more details about the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie, check out everything you need ot know here.

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Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is set to release in Japan in 2022, but Toei Animation hasn't confirmed an official release date for North America and other regions yet.