As it turns out, we won’t have long to wait to watch the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero anime film in theaters. How do I know this? Well, because Crunchyroll and Toei Animation said so.

Not Long Before We Get Our Super Hero?

"Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero" key visual.
Although, they seem considerably less heroic when you look at all the collateral damage they’re causing.

Crunchyroll and Toei Animation are proud to unveil exactly when we’ll get to see Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero in theaters. For us in the US and Canada, that date is on August 19, 2022. You can pre-purchase tickets for it starting on July 22, 2022; so you won’t have that long to wait to grab them. This anime film will arrive in over 2300 theaters across the US and Canada, including select IMAX theaters in the US. You’re a bit spoiled for choice here in that regard.

What happens if you don’t live in either the US or Canada though? Well, no worries there. Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is a global debut, after all. This anime film will make its debut in theaters on or close to that same date. You can find the full list of release dates for each region below:

  • August 18 in Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Central America, Ecuador, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay
  • August 19 in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, Zambia, Vietnam 
  • August 26 in India, Indonesia
  • August 30 in Malaysia, Brunei
  • August 31 in the Philippines 
  • September 1 in Singapore
  • September 8 in Taiwan
  • September 15 in South Korea
  • September 29 in Thailand, Hong Kong, Macao
  • Additional global release dates for the film will be announced soon

For more info, you can head on over to the official website for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero ~ English Dub Details

Listening to their English voices reminds me of my childhood.

That’s not all for today, folks. Crunchyroll has also unveiled the full list of the voice cast for the English dub as a bonus treat. Check them out below:

  • Son Gohan – Kyle Hebert
  • Son Goku – Sean Schemmel
  • Son Goten – Robert McCollum
  • Piccolo – Christopher R. Sabat
  • Bulma – Monica Rial
  • Vegeta – Christopher R. Sabat
  • Krillin – Sonny Strait
  • Trunks – Eric Vale
  • Videl – Kara Edwards
  • Pan – Jeannie Tirado
  • Dr. Hedo – Zach Aguilar
  • Gamma 1 – Aleks Le 
  • Gamma 2 – Zeno Robinson
  • Magenta – Charles Martinet
  • Carmine – Jason Marnocha

Source: Crunchyroll News