Toei Animation Hacked, ‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ Movie Delayed

Toei Animation was hacked yet again by a 3rd party, interrupting their internal servers causing Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie to be delayed.

The new movie is the second animated film of the Dragon Ball Super franchise and was initially supposed to be released in Japan on April 22, 2022 before the hacking attack from unauthorized 3rd parties.

The movie directed by Tetsuro Kodama based on Dragon Ball by Akira Toriyama is the 21st Dragon Ball movie and the second Dragon Ball Super movie. The movie will mainly be produced using 3D animation.

The movie is set around the Peaceful World Saga as Pan is 3 years old. Not only will the Red Ribbon Army play a significant role in the movie, but Broly as well.

The premise of the movie centers around the criminal organization Red Ribbon Army who are coming back with newer androids: Gamma 1 and Gamma 2 after the reform.

In the past, their army was defeated by Goku and they are coming back after their defeat in search of Goku, his friends, and family to seek vengeance.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero was teased to feature new character designs, such as a new transformation of Piccolo along with a new mysterious villain.

As Goten and Trunks will be introduced in the movie transformed as teenagers, fans can look forward to new and fresh looks to the rest of the characters.

Toei Animation is also home to the production of other anime series as well, meaning that broadcasting delay is also affected to other anime: One Piece, Digimon Ghost Game, and Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai.

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