Movie Review: Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero

Being the twenty-first Dragon Ball film, and the second Dragon Ball Super film, you’d expect the relevant production companies and animation studio to know how to make a great Dragon Ball film – especially after the roaring success of Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Alas, that is not quite the case. Instead I found Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero to be a super disappointment that does not live up to the expectations set by the previous film, but at the same time still manages to offer something fun for casual viewers to enjoy.

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Crunchyroll to give Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO a Worldwide Cinematic Release in 2022

Crunchyroll have announced that they will release the feature-length-film Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO into cinemas worldwide during Summer 2022 with both Subtitled and Dubbed versions planned.

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Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure Event Announced for London Performance in August 2022

Overlook Events have announced that the Dragon Ball Symphonic Adventure, a once in a life-time-concert experience that brings the soundtrack of the Dragon Ball franchise to live music event, will be taking place at the SSE Arena, Wembley, in London on Sunday 7th August 2022.

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Crunchyroll to add Air Master & Kira Kira Pretty Cure A LA Mode for UK Streaming

Crunchyroll have today announced through a video on social media that TOEI Animation’s 2017 anime series, Kira Kira Pretty Cure A LA Mode, and 2003 anime series, Air Master, will be added to the streaming platform for UK and North Ireland viewing later this month. In addition of a selection of titles licensed on home video in the UK by Anime Limited, such as Blood Lad, K: Return of Kings and Mobile Suit Gundam: Reconguista in G, will also be coming to the platform later this month. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Super Pop-Up Events Appear at Shopping Centres Across the UK

Bandai UK, in partnership with PlayTime PR, Bandai Namco Entertainment and TOEI Animation, have announced that during the month of March a selection of Dragon Ball Super themed pop-up experience events will take place at Shopping Centres across the UK. Read more of this post

Crunchyroll Expands ONE PIECE Streaming Availability to include UK and Europe

Crunchyroll and TOEI Animation have teamed up to expand the streaming availability for One Piece within Europe; which means that as of today (once updated) One Piece will be available to stream legally in the UK. It’s not all good news though as currently only One Piece: WANO KUNI will be available to stream in the UK along with brand new episodes; but more is planned in the near future. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Super The Movie: Broly To Receive UK Cinematic Release Next Year

It’s the news Dragon Ball fans have been waiting for; as today Manga Entertainment UK have confirmed that Dragon Ball Super The Movie: Broly will receive a cinematic release within the UK during January 2019. Read more of this post

Digimon World: Next Order European Release Date Announced


Publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment have announced that the Digimon World: Next Order, which is one of the latest entries into the Digimon World videogame franchise, will be released on the 27th January 2017 within the UK and Europe for the PS4 as both a digital download and retail disc with the game featuring both English and Japanese audio. Read more of this post

Daisuki to Simulcast Dragon Ball Super within the UK


It’s the news Dragon Ball fans within the UK have eagerly been awaiting for and today the relatively unknown streaming service Daisuki.Net have announced that they will be simulcast streaming episodes of Dragon Ball Super every week starting with the Future Trunks Arc of the series. Read more of this post

One Piece Film Gold To Receive a Theatrical Release within England


It seems the latest One Piece film, known as One Piece Film Gold, will receive a UK (or at the very least an England) theatrical release a lot sooner than one might expect, as announced during the premiere of the film in Tokyo it was revealed that the film would be receive a premiere in thirty-three countries across the globe; with England being one of them.

While the film will premiere in thirty-three different countires at some point in the future the following countries have been confirmed. Read more of this post