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Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero to Stream On Crunchyroll
The latest Dragon Ball movie will hit the streaming service July 12th
Crunchyroll has recently announced that it will add the anime film Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero to its streaming platform starting July 12. This exciting addition will be available to users in a wide range of regions, encompassing North America, Central America, South America, Europe (excluding France), Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, the CIS, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and East Asia (excluding Japan).
The film will come with a variety of subtitle options in English, German, French, Russian, Italian, Arabic, Spanish (Latin America), Spanish (Castilian), Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), and Hindi. Additionally, viewers will also have the opportunity to enjoy dubbed versions of the film in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish (Latin America), Spanish (Castilian), Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), and Hindi.
Crunchyroll has provided the following description for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero:
Following Son Goku's previous victory over the Red Ribbon Army, a new group influenced by their legacy has emerged, creating the ultimate Androids known as Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. These Androids dub themselves "Super Heroes" and launch an attack on Piccolo and Gohan. With imminent danger approaching, it is time for the Super Hero to awaken!
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero premiered in Japan in June 2022 and was later released in the United States in August. The film received global screenings through a collaboration between Crunchyroll and Sony Pictures, offering audiences the choice between the original Japanese audio with subtitles or a dubbed version. The screenings featured the film in 13 dubbed languages and 29 subtitled languages.
The film was helmed by director Tetsuro Kodama and featured music composed by Naoki Satō. The artistic direction was overseen by Nobuhito Sue, Chikashi Kubota served as the animation director, and Jae Hoon Jung was the CG director. Akira Toriyama, the original creator of the Dragon Ball manga, played a significant role in the film's development, contributing to the original story, screenplay, and character designs