Remember Dragon Ball Super Broly? Yes, the one we saw way back in 2019. Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Movie is going to be the first one in a very long time.
The Dragon Ball franchise is all set to make heads roll by clashing a bang in the movie theatres. The Dragon Ball Panel that took place in San Diego was where the announcement took place.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, which you can consider as a continuation to Dragon Ball Super is set to return in 2022.
Goku can’t wait any longer to appear on the big screen in the coming year. Goku is seen with a new avatar and his design is all ready to dive into the CG world.
Guess what? There is a teaser that follows too.
Let’s roll into the details.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero – Expectations!
We finally have a trailer from the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero which has led people to go crazy.
The trailer has so much up the notch and it just takes the excitement to the brim.
With the title, fans could also see a glimpse of Goku’s design that was built-in with CG animation.
The first look that you see below isn’t a specific filming scene but these teasers have a lot in place lined up. Overall, just a tad bit of what you can expect, that’s all.
How are we feeling about #DragonBallSuper's new CG look for Goku in #DBSuperMovie's first teaser for Super Hero? pic.twitter.com/y8O9J0X0Fo
— Nick Valdez (@Valdezology) July 24, 2021
Akira Toriyama, the producer for the Dragon Ball series and the current one, is the editor along with Akio Iyoku, put down in front of the panel how the details shared aren’t specific scenes from the movie but the kind of expectation audience can gather.
The animation producer, Norihiro Hayashida, also chimed in to mention ”trying new things”. He stated how the team is focused on ”trying new things” and he also mentioned how he wants fans to spot the ”ingenuity” they are putting in.
Hayashida went completely coy when he was asked if there are significant changes that the audience will witness.
The Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, as the trailer is put, explains a lot of CG animation that is put in effect.
However, there still isn’t a lot about whether the whole movie will include CG animation. Though one thing’s for sure and that it is most certainly going to include more than Dragon Ball Super: Broly.
So, if by any chance, the teaser is what is there is in store, oh my god, we can clearly figure out the fun it holds.
What do you think about the teaser? How much would a CG animated movie bother you? Well, stay tuned for the answers.