Toei Animation will sue to see Pirate Super Hero

Toei Animation will sue to see Pirate Super Hero

Although Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero will arrive in our territory until next August, some people have already had the opportunity to see this film, and no, I am not referring to those who enjoyed this film in a movie theater in Japan, but to those who have seen copies anime pirates. Now, it was recently revealed that those who have enjoyed or distributed this feature film by this means, could face legal problems from Toei Animation.

According to Toei Animation, shooting the movie secretly and uploading it to the internet is a violation of copyright law, and the perpetrators are subject to penalties of up to 10 years in prison or a fine of up to ¥10 million yen, or both. This was what was said about it:

“We are determined to take strict action against such acts, including legal action, and have already discussed this case of voyeurism with our legal counsel office.”

During the first 10 days after the film’s release, three thousand illegal clips of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. This number is 10 times higher than what was reported at the time with Dragon Ball Super: Broly in 2018. Toei Animation is working to remove such clips and images. Alongside this, they are also monitoring the situation in theaters and strengthening their vigilance.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero It will be released on August 18 in Mexico. On related topics, will Luisito Comunica be Gohan’s voice in the anime? Likewise, the limits of Vegeta’s Super Ego are revealed.


Via: Oricon

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