The second Dragon Ball Super film takes the characters we know and love and presents them in an all-new aesthetic as the franchise’s first-ever 3DCG animated film. Dragon Ball fans will be delighted to hear that the slick new film “manages to successfully swing the needle between past and present, both showing love for its characters’ now codified personalities and finding a new path for them,” according to our Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Review.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is still available in theaters, but you can’t stream it online yet. If you’re wondering how and where you can watch it yourself, take a look at the information below.
Where to watch Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero – Showtimes
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is currently available in most cinemas in the US and UK. To find out when and where you can watch the film near you, check the local showtimes at the links below:
When and where will Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero be available to stream online?
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is not currently available with any streaming subscription and there has been no official word on its streaming release. However, he will will probably make its way to Crunchyrollgiven that the company is distributing the film in North America and co-distributing it with Sony internationally.
Where to Watch the First Dragon Ball Super Movie (and TV Series)
If you want to watch the previously released Dragon Ball Super movie, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, or the 131-episode Dragon Ball Super anime, you have a few options.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly
Dragon Ball Super (TV series)
Who’s in the cast?
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero was written by Akira Toriyama and directed by Tetsuro Kodama. It features the following actors:
- Kyle Hebert as Son Gohan
- Robert McCollum like Son Goten
- Monique Rial like Bulma
- Christophe R. Sabat like Piccolo, Vegeta, Korin and Shenron
- Sean Schemel as Son Goku
- Sonny Strait like Krillin
- Eric Vale as trunks
Dragon Ball Super: Superhero Ranking and Autonomy
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is Rated PG-13 for certain actions/violence and smoking. The film lasts in total 1 hour and 40 minutes including credits.
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