SDCC 2018: Dragon Ball Super: Broly Movie English Trailer Reveals Some Big Fights

Coming this January.

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Now Playing: Dragon Ball Super: Broly - Official Comic-Con Trailer (Subbed) | SDCC 2018

During its San Diego Comic-Con 2018 panel, Funimation premiered a trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Broly. The movie, which is the first in the Dragon Ball Super series and the 20th Dragon Ball anime film overall, was announced earlier in the month and confirmed for a Western theatrical release shortly after. The trailer shows off Broly, the main villain, as well as some other characters and who might be fighting who.

You can watch the new English language dub version of the trailer below; a Japanese sub version can be seen further above. It includes Goku, Vegeta, Beerus, and Frieza--including Golden Frieza--and shows Broly fighting Goku, Vegeta, and Frieza in separate battles. The trailer ends with a mysterious look at a Saiyan tail.

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According to a previously released message from Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama, the film will feature "fierce combat" as well as "the paths of destiny that lead to an encounter between Goku, Vegeta, and Broly." The note also indicates that "[Dragon Ball Super: Broly] involves the Frieza Force and the history of the Saiyans, which end up having a major connection to everything. The story content turns out to be very large-scale and dramatic."

Dragon Ball Super: Broly is coming to North American theaters in January 2019, a month after the Japanese release. It picks up after the Dragon Ball Super anime series, which began in 2015 and recently ended (though the English dub is still going). If you're looking to stream the series ahead of the new movie, see our feature on how to watch Dragon Ball.

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