Dragon Ball Super: Broly originally hit Japanese theaters back on 14 December 2018 and saw its home release 05 June 2019. In promotion for the upcoming Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie, Toei has announced that the “Broly” movie will be broadcast on Japanese TV for the first time later this month, followed by highlights of the upcoming “Super Hero” movie.
The previous work Dragon Ball Super: Broly will air for the first time on broadcast TV 📺⚡️
It will be broadcast on Fuji TV at 9:00pm on Saturday, April 16th!
After the broadcast, a special video highlighting the the latest work [Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero] will air.
Don’t miss it!!!!
The story, script, and character designs for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero are being crafted by original manga author Akira Toriyama. Shueisha’s executive producer Akio Iyoku has noted that the movie’s story will take place after the events in Dragon Ball Super: Broly, but before the 28th Tenka’ichi Budōkai, and feature the revival of the notorious Red Ribbon Army. The film’s director will be Tetsuro Kodama, who was most recently the CG Sequence Director for the Dragon Ball Super: Broly film, with Hoon Jung-jae taking over the CG Director role after being a CG effects artist in the preceding two films, Battle of Gods and Resurrection ‘F’. The film’s theatrical score will be composed by Naoki Satō and it has been noted that the Japanese cast recorded their lines in early October 2021. Following a network hack, the movie’s premiere has been delayed and is currently slated for release in Japan sometime in 2022, although no definitive premiere date has been set at this time.