It’s been over a month now Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero debuted in theaters in Japan. And ever since the Toei Animation-produced feature took the plunge overseas, it’s never ceased to impress.
Gohan and Piccolo have really pulled it off and nothing seems to be able to stop their rise at the global box office.
Gohan shakes the planet
Rare enough to be highlighted, Goku and Vegeta, the icons of the Dragon Ball franchise, were not the center of attention. For this new opus, another duo stood at the forefront. Master student duo Piccolo and Gohan found themselves facing old acquaintances of Goku in the person of the Red Ribbon Army.
Although the duo were usually absent subscribers, that didn’t stop Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero from being a hit. At present, the animated film collects the modest sum of 50 million euros in the world. In addition, it should be noted that a large part of this sum is due to the receipts garnered in North America.
There’s still a long way to go
Compared to the Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie that preceded it, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero still has a ways to go. As a reminder, the film Broly totaled a sum of approximately 115 million euros. And it’s still far from the standards set by Jujutsu Kaisen 0, and Demon Slayer: Mugen Train.
These two titles brought in sums of more than 160 million euros and more than 450 million euros respectively. Given these numbers, it’s undeniable that Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero still has a long way to go. That said, Best-Gohan and Orange Piccolo haven’t finished talking about them yet.
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