Crunchyroll’s recent announcement that it will begin streaming 15 ‘Dragon Ball’ movies came as a total surprise to us. The first batch of movies arrived on June 22 and the second is on its way in the next few days. All of the ‘Dragon Ball
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Fans of Dragon Ball always anticipate new releases. whether it be television shows, books, or advertisements. Therefore, for this week, there is one anime production that will detract from any episode. We are indeed discussing Super Dragon Ball Heroes Episode 46. In two days, the
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero film is finally out for the world to see, and the hype for it is crazy. Despite being a Dragon Ball movie, it features Gohan as the main character instead of Goku and his journey to recover his lost power.
Goku and Vegeta have always been a central part of the Dragon Ball universe, so it’s only natural for them to play a key role in every installment. However, that wasn’t the case for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. This led me to wonder if
Despite having a rocky start in Japan, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero seems to have overcome it with its recent US release. Yet, can it triumph over its precursor, Dragon Ball Super: Broly? Continue scrolling to keep readingClick the button below to start this article
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero premiered in Japanese theaters on June 11. Despite its initial popularity, the film is actually off to a pretty bad start in terms of box office revenue. Domestically, the movie may not have performed well, but we are yet to
Over the last year, Japan has tightened its copyright rules and regulations. The increasing number of piracy issues has already cut down profits in the anime and manga industries. In April 2022, companies from over 13 countries came together to form the IAPO or International