Tatsuya Nagamine (Heartcatch PreCure!) serves as director for the sequel story to the TV anime
The 50,000-limited first edition advance ticket for Toei Animation's upcoming 20th Dragon Ball film, Dragon Ball Super: Broly has gone on sale at Japanese theaters since last Friday and already sold 24,000 units in its first three says. Its first two-day sales was 236.7% of that of the 2013 film Dragon Ball Z：Battle of Gods and 207.2% of the 2015 film Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F'.
The advance ticket (1,400 yen for adults, 900 yen for children over three years old) come with Goku or Vegeta's "God Change Strap," whose hair color changes with temperature, Super Saiyan blue in cold and Super Saiyan gold in hot.
On a screenplay by the Dragon Ball manga's original creator Akira Toriyama, Dragon Ball Super: Broly
is directed by Tatsuya Nagamine (Heartcatch PreCure!, HappinesCharge PreCure), who served as series
director for the Dragon Ball Super TV anime series, and is set to open in Japan on December 14, 2018.
Japanese edition trailer
English-dubbed edition trailer (via: IGN)
Main poster visual
Source: Mantan Web
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