Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Review

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Director: Tetsuro Kodama

Studio: Toei Animation

Genre: Action, Fantasy, Comedy

Construction Year: 2022

Number of Episodes: Movie

Anime Rating: 10/8

Dragon ball özgü always been a special thing for me, although it was talked about in the past, it still makes me happy that it is still spoken and played. I have watched almost all of them from Dragon Ball to Dragon Ball Super (including GT) and Super left a big gap for me. As much as I love the Goku Black theme, I was aware that something was wrong. Super was very simple overall. After doing some research, I found out that Super doesn’t follow the manga. When I was wondering why they did such a thing, Super ended and Dragon Ball became a rather dull series for me. Until the Broly animation came out. You can read that post here. I loved everything about Broly, from the quality of the drawing to the general fights. After a while, the new movie Dragon Ball Super Super: Hero was announced. The production style was completely changed after Broly and it was switched to 3D animation style.

I can’t say I’m very enthusiastic with the first trailer. It looked more like a cheap made movie. The trailer reminded me of the PS3 era. Still, because he came to the cinema, I decided to watch the movie and went to the movie, at worst, I was saying that I would support the anime industry in the country. (There were only 3 people including me in the movie) When I left the movie, I left happily.

The movie first takes place around Gohan and Piccolo as opposed to Goku and Vegeta. You see your favorite characters such as Goku, Vegeta, Broly in the whole movie for only 5 minutes. Although it was a little sad, seeing Gohan made me happy. Especially in Dragon ball Z, Gohan’s use of Father-Son Kamehameha made him my favorite character. Gohan, who özgü not been fighting properly since then, is now weakened and can barely lift his old training outfit. We see that Piccolo also became sad when he saw him in this state, after all, he had trained him himself.

As for the subject of the movie; A company called Red Ribbon Army created Android 16-18 by Dr. Gero’s grandson, Dr. It begins with finding Hedo and trying to persuade them to work. Company He tells Hedo that people like Gohan will turn out to be evil and take over the World, and Dr. He asks Hedo to make new Androids. The superhero lover Dr. Hedo, on the other hand, accepts this offer, thinking that it will stop the bad guys.

The minus part of the movie is that there is not much of a decent enemy. In the trailer, Dr. Gamma 1 and Gamma 2 made by Hedo were shown. When I said that it was too dull, when I saw that a prototype called Cell Max was being made towards the middle of the movie, “that’s it!” I said to myself. They also aktarma Cell’s memory, they have a dialogue with Gohan, etc. The thought could have made this movie one of the best movies for me, which unfortunately did not happen. Cell Max only makes his way into the movie as an insignificant android who gets big and shouts “AAAAAA”.

As for the new biçim part we see in the trailer; I think they didn’t know how to handle Gohan in the Dragon Ball series. Except for Super Saiyan 2, there is a direct buffing idea. Gohan is weak, what should we do, let Z draw his sword, hop Ultimate Gohan, there is a similar situation in Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, let’s buff Gohan for an event! Hop Gohan Beast mod…

One of the most important parts of the movie that made me happy was the animation. As I mentioned before, even though it looks like a PS3 in the trailer, it doesn’t grin at all in the movie, and it gives the audience the impression that they made the game into a movie. In short, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is a very nutty movie. It’s not bad, but I can say it wasn’t exactly what I expected. I hope Gohan manages to come to the fore again with this movie.

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