‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ Is Finally Available on Crunchyroll’s Platform
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 Z’ movies, save for ‘Battle of the Gods,’ are included in this set. While it was initially unfortunate that the most recent film, “Super Hero,” was missing from the collection for “Dragon Ball Super,” that feeling has since dissipated.
On Tuesday, Crunchyroll announced that the July 12 release of the film ‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ would be available for streaming. Viewers throughout North America, Central America, South America, South Asia, Europe (except France), the Middle East, Africa, Oceania, the Russian Federation, Southeast Asia, and East Asia (excluding Japan) will be able to tune in.
‘Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F’ and ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ are among the other films from the third batch that have already been streamed, and this one arrives on the platform nearly a week after they did so. The film premiered in Japan in June 2022 and then went on to have a global release, screening in theaters around the world with 13 dubbed language versions and 29 language subtitle versions.
The picture earned over $1 billion at the box office and rose to the number four spot in the US. Worldwide sales totaled $96 million.
Coming soon to Crunchyroll, ‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ will be subtitled in the following languages:
- English (Sub and Dub)
- German (Sub and Dub)
- French (Sub and Dub)
- Russian (Sub Only)
- Italian (Sub and Dub)
- Arabic (Sub Only)
- Spanish – Latin America (Sub and Dub)
- Spanish – Spain (Sub and Dub)
- Portuguese – Brazil (Sub and Dub)
- Portuguese – Portugal (Sub and Dub)
- Hindi (Sub and Dub)
Since the film was released internationally via Crunchyroll, fans must have been wondering why it wasn’t available on the service sooner. You may feel some relief now that the movie is almost here. If you want to get spoiled a little, you should read the most recent chapters of the “Dragon Ball Super” manga.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero
Super Hero is the twenty-first film in the Dragon Ball franchise. Tetsuro Kodama helmed this computer-animated martial arts fantasy/adventure picture, which Toei Animation and Dragon Ball author Akira Toriyama produced.
It stars the descendants of the Red Ribbon Army, which Goku once annihilated. Now they’ve come back for payback on the Saiyan, and they’ve brought androids with them.
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