How and Where to See Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero on TV and Online

The second Dragon Ball Super movie takes the characters we know and love and gives them a whole new look.

It’s the first 3DCG-animated movie in the series. Dragon Ball fans will be happy to hear the stylish new movie “manages to successfully thread the needle between past and present, both showing love for the now codified personalities of its characters and finding a new path for them,” according to our Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero review.

Check out the information below to find out how and where you can watch it yourself.

Where can I see “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero”?

The action/fantasy movie only came out in theatres on August 19, but early showings started on August 18. Check your local listings to see if a theatre near you is still showing it.

Where can I see Dragon Ball Super Super Hero
Where can I see Dragon Ball Super Super Hero

When and where will you be able to stream Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero online?

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is not currently available with any streaming service, and there have been no official announcements about when it will be available.

But it will probably end up on Crunchyroll since that company is in charge of selling the movie in North America and is working with Sony to sell it in other countries.

Where You Can See the First Dragon Ball Super Film (and the TV Series)

There are several ways to watch the Dragon Ball Super movie Dragon Ball Super: Broly or the Dragon Ball Super anime, which has 131 episodes.

Dragon Ball Super: Broly

  • Starz (Stream)
  • Amazon (Rent or Buy)
  • YouTube (Rent or Buy)

Dragon Ball Super (TV series)

  • Hulu (Stream)
  • Crunchyroll (Stream)
  • Funimation (Stream)

Who is on the Cast List?

Akira Toriyama wrote Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero and Tetsuro Kodama was in charge of making it. The following people are in it:

  • Kyle Hebert as Son Gohan
  • Robert McCollum as Son Goten
  • Monica Rial as Bulma
  • Christopher R. Sabat as Piccolo, Vegeta, Korin, and Shenron
  • Sean Schemmel as Son Goku
  • Sonny Strait as Krillin
  • Eric Vale as Trunks

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Ratings and Runtimes

The PG-13 rating for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is for some action/violence and smoking. Even with the credits, the movie runs for 1 hour and 40 minutes.

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