The newest trailer of Dragon Ball Super: Broly revisits the destruction of Planet Vegeta. The 20th Dragon Ball movie hits theaters in North America in January 2019. Check out our exclusive* first look!
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Not the exact same. Only 3 things are the same: both parents sent their babies to another planet for safety and both planets blew up and both became heroes of earth. Otherwise, different plots for different reasons. And i cant stand anymore marvel/dc comic heroes.
i can already see the plot holes, aren't sayians supposed to be a race of ruthless worriers? as far as i know they don't have that many family bonds, this is already turning out to be trash filled with plot holes just like the entire db franchise
I thought Broly was already on planet Vegeta when it was destroyed, but due to his special powers he managed to save his self and his father from destruction. And wtf what about Vegeta?? Wasn't he supposedly absent on a Frieza's errand or something the day his planet was destroyed??
holy howler the scene you’re referring to isn’t canon in dragon ball which means it never really happened in the real timeline, Toriyama didn’t make the first legendary broly movie, it was made by toei.
Vegeta's strength stems from pride and history.
Broly's strength stems from innate talent and legend.
Goku's strength stems from circumstance and passion.
Which one will prove to end up the most powerful? Only time and a super well-animated movie will tell...
I think Raditz is dead. Nappa too. I think they are non cannon in a cannon series. That means Toryama failed and this movie is another non cannon . So enjoy broly movie 4. If Raditz and Nappa are shown then this will change everything. This movie will be cannon. Or maybe they send Raditz and Nappa with Vegeta. We never saw how vegeta escape. Maybe King Vegeta say to Raditz and Nappa take care of my son. What do you think? Or maybe Vegeta will meet Raditz and Nappa on the planet he landed who knows we must wait and see. By the way they were both with frieza uniform Raditz and Nappa maybe they joined Frieza what do you think?
Not the biggest fan of some of the obvious retcons here such as goku not being sent to earth as a baby. The charm and magic of the original dragonball was watching him grow up from an infant all the way to what we see at the start of Z. This does look really interesting and cool asf though. Seeing more king cold is a bonus and having the concept for broly made canon is awesome and more bardock is an even bigger bonus, he's my personal favourite character honestly. I hope Raditz isn't retconnned though hes another favourite
Looks amazing. Dragon Ball is just the greatest anime series of all time. The characters are iconic the storyline is dope . and it influenced a LOT of other animes. Naruto is almost an exact replica knockoff
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