Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero The anime community may have been buzzing thanks to the revelations of Piccolo and Gohan receiving new changes along with the return of a major villain from the past, but when the first footage of the next film in the shonen franchise dropped, many Fans have been discussing another major change within the film. The film relies almost entirely on computer-generated animation versus traditional 2-D animation that was used in the past, and one animator has shared a behind-the-scenes look showing how this new genre How is it planned?
Gamma 1 and Gamma 2 are the “new kids on the block” when it comes to the androids made by the Red Ribbon Army, the twist being that these two new characters are named Dr. Gero, the grandson of Dr. Hadow. Unlike Android 16 to 18 and the biological nightmare known as Cell, these two new villains hold onto a “superhero” aesthetic, believing that the path they’ve taken is for the good of the world. With Goku and Vegeta training, Piccolo is about to uncover this criminal organization and the return of their new automaton.
Twitter outlet DBS Hype shared this clip of an animator at Toei breaking down the process of animating the fight between Piccolo and Gamma 2, with Namekian sporting his new “Smooth Piccolo” form that lets him change colors— Along with a power boost. of his skin:
DBS: Superhero Behind the Scene – The Making of Piccolo Vs Gamma 2 pic.twitter.com/dJhF5YrxY3
— Hype (@DbsHype) 13 July 2022
Spoilers are getting hot and heavy when it comes to Dragon Ball Super: Super HeroThe film is already hitting theaters in Japan. However, fans will have to wait for a few more weeks for the film to release worldwide this August. While the status of the television series’ return is still nobody’s guess, the creators behind this new film have already stated that a new Dragon Ball Work on the animated project is underway, though details about its story or release date are yet to be revealed.
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