Were you perhaps unable to catch Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO in theaters back in August and September 2022? Or perhaps you just don’t like going to movie theaters in general? Too much bother, perhaps? Well, now you don’t have to worry about that. Crunchyroll has your back there. Don’t believe me? Then why not check out Crunchyroll’s new streaming trailer for this Dragon Ball anime film, and see for yourself in English dub?

Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO ~ Crunchyroll Details

Why is it that this thumbnail is making it look like Piccolo is the star of this anime film?

Crunchyroll is proud to announce that they will be streaming Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO on their streaming platform via that streaming trailer above on YouTube. To me, it’s rather peculiar that said trailer is in English dub rather than the original Japanese audio with English subtitles. Then again, perhaps Dragon Ball fans are just used to the English dub? So much so that it’s their preferred method of watching this anime? Might be just speculation on my part, but it’s the only thing I can think of to rationalize it.

Anyways, at the end of this streaming trailer, Crunchyroll reveals that they will be streaming Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO starting on July 12, 2023. As you might expect, it’s a Crunchyroll exclusive for now. Unfortunately, Crunchyroll hasn’t believed in free anime for a while now, so you’ll need a paid subscription in order to watch this latest Dragon Ball anime film.

Bonus: Synopsis

Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO NA key visual.
Honestly, it just looks like every other Dragon Ball episode in existence to me.

Want an idea of what Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO is like as a teaser? Well, Crunchyroll does have an official synopsis for this anime film for us today. You can check that out below:

The Red Ribbon Army was once destroyed by Son Goku. Individuals, who carry on its spirit, have created the ultimate Androids, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. These two Androids call themselves “Super Heroes”. They start attacking Piccolo and Gohan… What is the New Red Ribbon Army’s objective? In the face of approaching danger, it is time to awaken, Super Hero!

The film is directed by Tetsuro Kodama and the Japanese voice actors for the film include Masako Nozawa (Gohan, Goku and Goten), Toshio Furukawa (Piccolo), Yūko Minaguchi (Pan), Ryō Horikawa (Vegeta), Mayumi Tanaka (Krillin), Aya Hisakawa (Bulma),  Takeshi Kusao (Trunks), Miki Itō (Android 18), Bin Shimada (Broly), Kōichi Yamadera (Beerus), Masakazu Morita (Whis), Hiroshi Kamiya (Gamma 1), Mamoru Miyano (Gamma 2), Miyu Irino (Dr. Hedo), Volcano Ota (Magenta), and Ryota Takeuchi (Carmine).

The English voice cast includes Kyle Hebert (Gohan), Sean Schemmel (Goku),  Robert McCollum (Goten),  Jeannie Tirado (Pan), Christopher. R Sabat, (Piccolo and Vegeta), Sonny Strait (Krillin), Monica Rial (Bulma), Eric Vale (Trunks), Meredith Mccoy (Android 18), Johnny Yong Bosch (Broly), Jason Douglas (Beerus), Ian Sinclair (Whis), Aleks Le (Gamma 1), Zeno Robinson (Gamma 2),  Zach Aguilar (Dr. Hedo), Charles Martinet (Magenta), and Jason Marnocha (Carmine).