Dragon Ball Super: Broly North American Premiere Date Announced

The official Dragon Ball Super Twitter page has updated with the North American premiere details for Dragon Ball Super: Broly. The film will premiere in theaters on January 16, 2019 and is stated to be a multiple night event. No other details are confirmed at this time, however tickets for the event should open soon so check out the official Dragon Ball Super website for more details.   The tweet also revealed that the English Dub cast will return to reprise their roles for the film. This includes Vic Mignogna and Dameon Clarke who will reprise their roles as Broly and Paragus, respectively. 🗣 Lend us…

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Dragon Ball Super: Broly Character Posters Revealed

The official website for the Dragon Ball Super: Broly film recently updated with new character posters. The posters take a look at several of the characters that will be featured in the film. 20th Century Fox will distribute the film in Japan and it will premiere on December 14. Funimation will release the English dub for the film in North American and Canadian theaters in January 2019.    The Japanese voice cast includes Masako Nozawa as Goku, Ryo Horikawa, Ryusei Nakao, Bin Shimada, Aya Hisakawa, Toshio Furukawa, Takeshi Kusao, Kouichi Yamadera, Masakazu Morita, and Katsuhisa Houki. Outside…

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SDCC 2018: Dragon Ball Super Broly Trailer

Today, Funimation Entertainment held their Dragon Ball Super panel at San Diego Comic Con 2018. This event was to promote the on-going dub for anime, as well as the upcoming film, Dragon Ball Super: Broly. During the panel attendees were presented with the first official trailer of the film. However, this trailer was not subtitled but featured the English dub. Following the panel, IGN was exclusively permitted to release the trailer to the public via their YouTube Channel (seen below): Dragon Ball Super: Broly is set premiere in Japan on December…

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Funimation to Release Dragon Ball Super: Broly in North American Theaters

IGN has reported that Funimation Films will be releasing the Dragon Ball Super: Broly film in North America, both the United States and Canada. For those who are unaware, the film was announced earlier this week and will be the 20th film overall for the franchise. The film is set to premiere in Japan on December 14th, 2018 and the international release will be in January 2019.    IGN also revealed an official intentional poster for the film. The film is stated to feature the origins of the Saiyans and Frieza with the film taking place shortly after…

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The “Unofficial” Drop: Broly is Canon?

On Monday, we reported that the latest Dragon Ball Super movie is called “Dragon Ball Super: Broly!” The announcement has fans that like him jumping for joy that he’s “canon.” Whereas, the fans that hate him are face-palming, and other fans asking “if Broly was not canon” before? However, the answer is, “canon” is not even the right term to use, especially when it pertains to a franchise like Dragon Ball that has multiple forms of media and series.   Luckily we can all thank Kanzenshuu for the information, and…

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Dragon Ball Super the Movie Features Broly’s First Canonical Appearance

Today, Toei Animation announced the official title for the upcoming Dragon Ball Super movie, titled Dragon Ball Super: Broly; this will mark the first canonical appearance of the “Legendary Super Saiyan,” Broly!   The character made his debut in the 1993 film, Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan; in the film Broly is revealed to have fulfilled the legend that Super Saiyan appears every thousands of years before Goku, and unlocked the form’s alleged full potential. However, this film as well as it sequels, Dragon Ball Z:…

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Shonen Jump Reveals New Cast Members In One Piece Whole Cake Island Arc

Thanks to a early look at the upcoming issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, it has been revealed that Miyuki Sawashiro will be joining the One Piece anime cast.  She will be voicing Charlotte Pudding in the Whole Cake Island Arc of the anime.  It has also been revealed that Mami Koyama will be voicing Charlotte “Big Mom” Linlin.” Currently it is unknown if she will be voicing the role fully, but she will be voicing the character in an upcoming image song.  The character was originally portrayed by Toshiko Fujita.  The issue also featured a preview for the upcoming Ace serialized novel. Source: Crunchyroll  

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Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker & Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy Announced

The recent issue of Shonen Jump magazine has revealed two new games based on the Naruto franchise. The first game is Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker, which is a multiplayer “acrobatic ninja battle game.”   The game will support up to four players locally and eight players via online play.  No other release details are confirmed for the game at this time so stay tuned for updates. The second game is a collection of the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm games titled “, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy.” The game will consist of first three Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm games and the DLC. Naruto: Ultimate…

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Mazinger Z Film Planned for 45th Anniversary

Earlier today, Toei Animation that Go Nagai’s popular giant robot manga series, Mazinger Z, will be receiving a new movie adaptation. Now, the press release did not confirm if the film would be a live-action adaptation, or new animated feature. What was confirmed is that this new feature length film will commemorate the 45th anniversary of the series. The film is currently titled, Mazinger Z The Movie, and will be produced by Toei Animation. A website was launched for the upcoming film, which it also promotes a staged event being…

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New Additions to Shonen Jump Revealed

An early look into issue 34’s table of content for Shonen Jump revealed recently that Haruto Ikezawa’s Shogi Comedy series, Monofu will be coming to an end, following that issue and in two later issues we will see three new mangas joining the Shonen Jump family. These mangas are as followed: #35: Yakusoku Neverland by Posuka Demizu (art) & Kaiu Shiroi (story) #38 : Love Rush by Ryôhei Yamamoto #39 : Red Sprite by Tomohiro Yagi Here are some examples of Posuka Demizu’s artwork, for those interested: Source: Crunchyroll

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