The Dragon Ball Super anime film opens in Japan on December 14, with North American screenings set for January 2019. Ahead of that, IGN went up with a timed Comic-Con 2018 exclusive look at the first English-dubbed trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Hit the jump to watch!
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The full title was revealed for the Dragon Ball Super anime film earlier this week, with Dragon Ball Super: Broly set to open in Japan on December 14. North American fans won't have to wait long to see the epic big-screen Broly brawl in theaters, though! Read on for details.
The official website for Toei Animation's upcoming 20th Dragon Ball film, which tells a sequel story to the Dragon Ball Super TV anime in 2015-2018, announced today that its official title is Dragon Ball Super: Broly and also posted a main poster visual featuring Goku and Vegeta in their Super Saiyan Blue form and Broly. Check out the latest information after the jump!