Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Star Teases Gohan's Epic Fight

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Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, the next feature-length film for Akira Toriyama's shonen franchise, recently put Son Gohan in the spotlight thanks to the new trailer and visuals Toei Animation released during the anime's Jump Festa 2021 panel in Japan. Familiar characters other than Goku and Vegeta such as Piccolo, Bulma, Pan, and Krillin will also get their moments to shine along with Goku's son. Now, fans are excited to see how Gohan will fight the new Android models of the Red Ribbon Army.

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During the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero panel at Jump Festa, voice actor Masako Nozawa read a line as Gohan, teasing the new villains from the Red Ribbon Army are in fact androids.

"You're not a robot...an android then?" Nozawa said before asking how she did with the audience present at Jump Festa 2021.

Nozawa, who's famously known for voicing Goku, Gohan, and Goten, looks delighted to be involved in the upcoming feature-length film. The 85-years-old actress has been sharing his excitement in conventions, and fans are excited to hear her voice again when Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero hits theaters in a few months.

The latest trailer and poster for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero made it clear that Gohan will play a major role in the conflict against the Red Ribbon Army, and he will be unleashing his Super Saiyan form rather than his Ultimate From in the movie.

Related: Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Director Shares New Art of Gohan and Piccolo

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is set to release in theaters on April 22, 2022.

For more details about the upcoming anime film, check out everything you need to know about Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero here.