Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero has already raised 1 billion yen

According to a report by Oricon NewsDragon Ball Super: Super Hero has grossed 1 billion yen (equivalent to $7.98 million) since its debut in Japan on June 11.

The feature film had already attracted 220,000 spectators at the opening.

Recently, Akira Toriyama had the opportunity to watch the finished version, and through the franchise’s official account, published his review.

“I finally got a chance to watch the full movie! In short, it’s an amazing animated film! Well, it’s my creation, so maybe it’s not very convincing for me to say things like that, but still, I got excited watching it! I may be an old man, but I got really excited.”‎”

Dragon Ball Super: Superhero is available in Japanese cinemas. The film will also arrive in the rest of the world (including Brazil) on August 18, thanks to Crunchyroll.

With their capes swinging, Gama 1 and Gama 2 can be seen striking some amazing poses! Also, there are some new original characters that we’ll have to wait and find out more about, no matter how difficult that might be!

The plot takes place after the events of Dragon Ball Super: Broly, where Broly, until then known as the legendary Super Saiyan, was eventually defeated by Gogeta. Now, he spends his days on the alien planet he calls home.