Goku’s Day at the end did give his tail and the week has ended giving us a news for the fans of ‘dragon ball‘. And it seems that we will not have to wait too long to see ‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ in Spain, since Crunchyroll has confirmed that it will manage the world premiere.
Summer premieres around the world
The premiere of the new ‘Dragon Ball’ movie has had its bumps along the way, especially due to the hacking of Toei Animation. It finally hits theaters in Japan next 11th of Juneand although it was known that it would be released in the summer ‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ in the United States, there was no confirmed news for many territories.
In the end the hare has jumped and since Crunchyroll have revealed that it will be in charge of managing the theatrical release worldwide.
They have also confirmed thatThe anime film will arrive both in Japanese with subtitles and dubbed in all territories where it is released, including North America, Latin America, Europe, Australia, Africa, the Middle East and Asia (except Japan, of course).
The spirit of the Red Ribbon Army lives on in these two Ultimate Androids who call themselves “Superheroes”.
Crunchyroll will be bringing Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO to theaters worldwide later this year!
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No specific release dates or cast of voice actors have yet been confirmed, but the streaming platform promises that there will be more news soon. Considering they’re committing to a summer release, let’s hope the arrival in theaters won’t be delayed too long and we’ll get to see ‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ on the big screen before September.
It is the second time after ‘Jujutsu Kaisen 0’ that Crunchyroll manages the release of an anime film in theaters at this level. We will have to keep an eye on the dubbing to see if the actors of ‘Dragon Ball Super’ are preservedbut it is seen that the platform is already taking more and more steps to include more dubbed content.
For now ‘Dragon Ball Super’ can be seen on Crunchyroll, although only in Japanese with subtitles. Now it’s time to cross your fingers so that the rest of the anime also reaches the platform as it has done in the United States.