Tue. Feb 27th, 2024

As fans continue to wait for more information on the highly anticipated Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, more images have been released online, showcasing what many of the characters will likely look like in the film.

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The new images come courtesy of Twitter user @guernicass4, and show off 20 different characters. Among them are the teenage forms of Goten and Trunks, and their form of Gotenks that appears after the pair fails to fuse together correctly, known by fans as “Fat Gotenks.” Several characters from the Dragon Ball Super: Broly film also appear, which is exciting for fans.

Check out the full batch of images for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero below:

“In the past, Goku destroyed the evil ‘Red Ribbon Army’ organization. But their will lived on!” reads the official description for the film as translated by Todd Blankenship. “Now that they’ve revived, the R.R. 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 all this death-match lead?! And what fate lies in store for Earth?!”

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Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero was originally slated to premiere on April 22, 2022, in Japan, with a release internationally originally planned for summer 2022. However, the film has since been delayed following Toei Animation being hacked. A new release date is not available as of now.

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