Catch Dragon Ball Z Super Broly on 1/16


Tyler Dahn, Reporter

If you are into the anime scene, you must have heard of the news of the return of one of the largest anime of all time: Dragon Ball Z. They are releasing a brand-new movie called Dragon Ball Super Broly starting December 14 in Japan. In the United States, however, they are releasing the movie on January 16, 2019. If you are a fan of the anime, you must have heard of him or have seen him as a kid‑the legendary Gogeta has returned.

The greatest anime is coming in limited theaters only and is surely something not to miss. This anime impacted a lot of us as children and made us want to do the main protagonist’s moves, including the spirit bomb or Kamehameha. In the new movie that is being released, we will finally get to see an alternative tale of Dragon Ball Z. In it, Goku, Vegeta, and Broly are all born at the same time.

In the anime series, you get to see Goku’s mom, Gine, who is a low-class warrior, for the first time. Furthermore, Goku and Vegeta find home on Earth while Broly is sent to another place. Vegeta will also achieve “Super Saiyan God” status, and Gogeta will come on the screen as a “Base” and “Super Saiyan God” form. A lot is expected from this movie.

Dragon Ball Z was first aired in Japan on April 26, 1989. That was the starting point of one of the largest anime of all time. The original story of Dragon Ball Z is about Goku being sent to Earth. Growing up, he thought a monster had killed his grandpa. He transformed into a Great Ape, but he ends up killing Grandpa Gohan by accidentally crushing him. His friends end up cutting his tail off.

Dragon Ball Z was not originally intended to revolve around Goku. Instead, it was going to be about his son Gohan. In one saga of the series, the plot actually does rotate around Gohan. The new movie’s alternative tale will include Goku being old enough to remember who his parents were, and it will most likely also have memories of Planet Vegeta.

Anime fans are stoked, and this movie is something Lancers should not miss!