In short, yes… but, no.
The new Dragon Ball Super movie marks many firsts for the franchise that could question the official canon, It is worth mentioning that this article will contain some spoilers.. If you want to see it on your own, we recommend you wait a little longer, as Crunchyroll and Toei Animation have mentioned that the latest film of the successful world-renowned anime franchise, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero in Spanish Latin It will be released on August 18, 2022, including the release date in Mexico and Latin America.
Dragon Ball Super has reinvigorated the popularity of the venerable Shonen Jump franchise for a new generation. This has of course resulted in several films, although he bucks this trend with another. The Dragon Ball movies of the last decade have had continuity with the anime, something that was not the case with the older films in the franchise. And, for this reason, his fandom has questioned what and what is not in the official canon.
In fact, recent movie leaks have gotten the fandom excited to see the newest movie, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, finally getting a Western release this month. Given the precedent so far for these movies, the bigger question is whether the movie is canon and continues the story of the anime. And the answer is: Yes, it is a film within the official canon of the sagalike the rest of the franchise’s productions in recent years.
The story of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero moves the action away from Goku and Vegeta to focus on Gohan and Piccolo. The villains are none other than the Red Patrol Army, who first angered Goku when he was a child. Years later, his associate Dr. Gero would create the androids as well as Cell, the latter of which was defeated by Goku’s son Gohan. Now, the villain conglomerate has returned with new androids named Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. These creations act as superheroes and focus on Gohan and the Namekian warrior Piccolo in revenge.. New enemies, new attacks, and new powers are present throughout the story, making battles more epic than ever.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is part of the official canon of the franchise
The film is the 21st film in the Dragon Ball franchise, and the second to be under the Dragon Ball Super label. A novelty of Dragon Ball will be that it is 3D animation, which speaks to the magnitude of luxury and budget that was put behind the project. Given this production element, in addition to the fact that series creator Akira Toriyama was involved in the film like his immediate predecessors, many have confirmed that this means the production will be canon to the anime.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero takes place directly after the events of the last Broly movie, which was released four years earlier and was the previous movie in the series. Broly was something of a canon remake of Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan, making it the first film in the series to be canon with the show. Being the sequel to this movie, and even briefly featuring Goku, Vegeta, and Broly training together, it makes sense that Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero would also be canon..
If you are interested in seeing Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero in Latin Spanish it is very easy, according to the Crunchyroll statement it will be available in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Central America, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Venezuela, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. For now, there is no guaranteed date for Spain or other European countries. However, if we pay attention to the forecasts given by Jujutsu Kaisen 0, its premiere could take place between two to three months later than in the American continent. We hope to have more news about it very soon.