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Superhero TV spot sheds light on Pan’s potential

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero It’s only a few hours after its release in Japan. After a long wait, the anime will make its return to the screens in 2018 following the return of Broly. And thanks to a new TV spot, the film is revealing a little more about Paan and Sai’s impressive potential.

The clip, as can be seen below, has been doing the rounds in foreign countries ahead of the film’s release. It may be short, but it follows Pan as the girl is introduced to the Red Ribbon Army in the worst possible way. Eventually, previous promos have confirmed that the girl has been kidnapped by the organization, but they don’t expect Pan to be as strong as he is.

Reel shows Paan taking down several of his commoners before entering the army’s main compound. The girl in this movie may be a baby, but don’t twist it! Gohan is her father, Goku is her grandfather, and Piccolo is her uncle in all things but blood. There was never any question of whether Paan would be strong or not and this clip proves just that.

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Of course, this girl won’t be the only one to get in on the action Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, Gohan and Piccolo are expected to lead the film with their partners standing by them on Earth. Goku and Vegeta will also play a minor role as they continue to train with Broly already. So in case you missed out on the epic fights of this anime, there will be a lot more to see in this movie when it hits theaters near you.

What do you think about Paan’s role in this new film? where do you want dragon ball super To take Sion? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or hit me up on Twitter @MeganPetersCB,

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Reference from comicbook.com

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