Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Is Now Streaming on Crunchyroll



Dragon Ball Super has recently made a triumphant return with a highly anticipated new movie, years after the TV anime concluded. Now, an even larger fan base can enjoy the latest installment, as Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is available for streaming on Crunchyroll! Following the success of Dragon Ball Super: Broly, the creative team wasted no time in developing the next major film in the franchise. This time, the spotlight shines on Gohan and Piccolo, bringing back beloved elements of the series into the official canon after a considerable hiatus.


Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero has not only achieved immense popularity among fans, but it has also become one of the most successful movie launches in the history of Dragon Ball. Furthermore, it stands as one of Toei Animation's most successful releases to date. Crunchyroll has been consistently expanding its collection of Dragon Ball movies on their streaming service, and they have now caught up entirely, offering Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero for streaming. Take a look at the promotional content below, celebrating the exciting addition of the newest Dragon Ball movie to Crunchyroll's lineup:








What to Know for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero

Under the direction of Tetsuro Kodama at Toei Animation, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero showcases an original story, screenplay, and new character designs personally crafted by the renowned creator of Dragon Ball, Akira Toriyama. Crunchyroll has tantalizingly teased the release of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero with the following details: "The Red Ribbon Army was once destroyed by Son Goku. Individuals, who carry on its spirit, have created the ultimate Androids, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. These two Androids call themselves 'Super Heroes'. They start attacking Piccolo and Gohan… What is the New Red Ribbon Army's objective? In the face of approaching danger, it is time to awaken, Super Hero!"







Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero boasts an impressive Japanese voice cast, led by the talented Masako Nozawa, who lends her voice to Gohan, Goku, and Goten. Toshio Furukawa portrays the iconic character Piccolo, while Yuko Minaguchi voices Pan. Ryo Horikawa takes on the role of Vegeta, and Mayumi Tanaka brings Krillin to life. Aya Hisakawa breathes life into the spirited Bulma, and Takeshi Kusao voices Trunks. Miki Ito portrays the formidable Android 18, while Bin Shimada takes on the role of Broly. Koichi Yamadera lends his voice to Beerus, and Masakazu Morita portrays the enigmatic Whis. Hiroshi Kamiya voices Gamma 1, Mamoru Miyano portrays Gamma 2, and Miyu Irino gives life to Dr. Hedo. Volcano Ota portrays Magenta, and Ryota Takeuchi lends his voice to Carmine.


In the English version, Kyle Hebert takes on the role of Gohan, while Sean Schemmel brings Goku to life. Robert McCollum voices Goten, and Jeannie Tirado lends her voice to Pan. Christopher R. Sabat showcases his talent as both Piccolo and Vegeta, while Sonny Strait portrays Krillin. Monica Rial breathes life into Bulma, and Eric Vale voices Trunks. Meredith McCoy takes on the role of Android 18, while Johnny Yong Bosch portrays the powerful Broly. Jason Douglas lends his voice to Beerus, and Ian Sinclair voices the enigmatic Whis. Aleks Le gives life to Gamma 1, while Zeno Robinson portrays Gamma 2. Zach Aguilar lends his voice to Dr. Hedo, and Charles Martinet voices Magenta. Finally, Jason Marnocha takes on the role of Carmine.


These talented voice actors contribute to the immersive experience of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, both in the original Japanese and English versions.

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