The teen versions of Trunks and Goten, as well as a revised Android 18, are featured in a new edition of promotional artwork for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is set to hit Japanese theaters in April.
A new design for fan-favorite characters Trunks, Goten, and Android 18 in order to generate excitement for the forthcoming debut of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero.
Although the new designs for Goten, Trunks, and Android 18 are amazing, it is unclear how much airtime the three will have in Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero.
Akio Iyoku, the series’ producer, commented, It’s been over 40 years since the series began, yet never before has there been working with so much emotion and added that this time, the tale is concentrated upon the master-disciple combo of Gohan and Piccolo according to the published article on the CBR.com website.
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The first look at the new look for Android 18 in the awaited Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero film has been released by Dragon Ball Super! Fans will soon get to explore how the world of the series has altered after the events of Dragon Ball Super: Broly, as the franchise returns for its first new anime official launch in four years.
It’s unclear what kind of role Android 18 will have in the future film, but given that much of the action will take place on Earth and will involve the returning Red Ribbon Army and some new Androids, it’s safe to assume that Android 18 will be involved in the proceedings.
Furthermore, the Dragon Ball Super Gallery Project, a Shueisha endeavor commemorating the 40th anniversary of the original manga’s launch in 1984, continues to generate amazing artwork.
One of the concerns among Dragon Ball fans is that Goten and Trunks have remained the same age and size in recent entries, regardless of the fact that Battle of Gods, keeping Trunks and Goten the same size wouldn’t make sense because Pan’s age is clearly a major plot aspect in Super Hero, based on the post news on the Comicbook webpage.