Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero's theatrical release date was recently postponed due to the hacking of Toei Animation by a third party. The highly anticipated anime film's original April release date in Japan was delayed to an unreleased date in the future, and it was slated to release in North America this summer, but Toei has yet to confirm if this is still the case following the hack. While Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero doesn't have a panel at this year's Anime Japan event, the film has put up two life-sized statues.
Over on Twitter, DBS Hyper shared a photo of the life-sized statues for Gohan and Piccolo from their upcoming appearance in Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, with the two fighters slated to battle Gamma 1 and Gamma 2, the two new powerful androids created by Dr. Hedo for the Red Ribbon Army. As you can see in the tweet below, the two life-size statues are featured in front of the huge key art for the movie.
While fans are already informed that the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero will feature a story focused on the conflict between the Z-Fighters and the Red Ribbon Army, one of the biggest questions is the identity of the mysterious villain teased in the latest trailer. Many fans are speculating that the film will feature the return of the villainous Cell.
You can watch the latest trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero below:
The official synopsis for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero reads:
"In the past, Goku destroyed the evil 'Red Ribbon Army' organization. But their will lived on! Now that they've revived, the RR create the new androids 'Gamma 1' and 'Gamma 2', and begin their revenge.
Piccolo soon notices this disturbing activity, and sneaks into the Red Ribbon base, but there he discovers an unimaginable 'ultimate evil weapon'..!!
Pan is kidnapped in order to lure Gohan to the base. There, he too joins the fight, and an unprecedented Super battle begins!
Where shall this death-match lead?! And what fate lies in store for the Earth?!"
Epicstream.com will update you once Toei announces new theatrical release dates for Japan, North America, and other regions You can read more details about the upcoming anime movie here.