There are still many questions regarding Dragon Ball Super: superhero, TOEI Animation's new feature film linked to Akira Toriyama's masterpiece. Among the little information available to us, we know that film is being shown to the public in a style that is very, if not very, close to computer graphics.

At the moment, the reactions of fans to the new graphics of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero were rather cold and disappointing, a symptom of higher expectations after the extraordinary artistic use of Dragon Ball Super: Broly. In any case, we will have to at least wait for a first trailer with sequences from the film to get a more complete idea of ​​the technical component that has been set up by TOEI animation which will certainly cause discussions.

A fan, a certain one Bruce Wayne on Twitter, he used the opportunity to redesign the poster presented at Comic-Con with the release date in 2D. You can admire the result in question at the bottom of the news while you can see a head-to-head comparison thanks to the official visual at the top of the page. So from the artist's point of view the line appears more modern and less rigid than shown by the animation studio.

So we just have to wait the next few weeks for more news about the film, in the meantime we remind you that Akira Toriyama is heavily involved in this project. On the other hand, what are your expectations for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, do you like this revamped graphic style? Let us know with a comment below.

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