Japan saw its Blu-ray and DVD release of Super Broly
Recently, Japan saw its Blu-ray and DVD release of Dragon Ball Super: Broly goes live. It had been their fans who picked up a booklet placed in the Blu-ray including an interview from Akio Iyoku, the director of this Dragon Ball Unit together with Shueisha. A partial picture of the bonus interview has been shared to societal websites, and it had been there Iyoku said preparations are being created for a brand-new Dragon Ball Super currently airs its English dub on Adult Swim during the Toonami programming block on Saturday evenings. It’s also available to stream on Funimation and Amazon Video.
Super Broly is currently available on Blu-ray and DVD.
The Japanese-language launch of the series is complete, and accessible to stream on Funimation now and Crunchyroll. The manga has chapters which can now be read for free thanks to Viz Media, and Dragon Ball Super: Broly is currently available on Blu-ray and DVD.
Continuing, Iyoku shared additional details about his work on Broly and his thoughts about where the franchise will go next.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly hit theatres.
If you’re among many people awaiting for a new Dragon Ball Super film, then it appears to be a gift that has been dropped at your door. Things are quiet with the anime since Dragon Ball Super: Broly hit theaters, but a fresh interview with an anime executive shows plans have been in the works for yet another film. These comments were seconded by Norihiro Hayashida, the producer of Dragon Ball Super: Broly. So far, Toei Animation has yet to make any official statements about a new film or anime job period for Dragon Ball Super, but this newly released interview has fans confident Son Goku has not been forgotten. —– “Broly was so powerful that I think the next one will most likely be totally different. I’ve overcome various hurdles with parts of Broly, so I will not get burnt out. I think that Dragon Ball will last, so I want fans to look forward to it.”