"Dragon Ball Super" ended in the best way possible with Universe 7 coming out as the winner of the Tournament of Power. In-between that time, Toei Animation teased the upcoming "Dragon Ball Super" movie, although the first animation clip was teased back in October without context, so fans didn't really pay any attention to it.

Since then, fans have been hungry for new information related to the upcoming movie and to keep fans entertained till December, the official "Dragon Ball" site has decided to launch an article-based series called "Dragon Ball Movie Frontline" that releases new information regarding the movie every Sunday.

The recent V-Jump release has revealed new designs for Goku and Vegeta, along with their Super Saiyan forms, as well as, Piccolo, Whis, and Beerus.


Goku, Vegeta, and Piccolo

Goku's new design is a bit different from what we saw in the original poster for the movie. The nose and mouth positioning on the face have been perfected and the hairstyle is also a little different from what we saw in the poster.

On the other hand, Vegeta's armor's color has been changed from bright blue to a darker blue shade and fans will also notice that he got his old big forehead back from the earlier series and his widow's peak hairstyle is slightly bigger than before.


In Piccolo's design, the major difference is his nose. His face seems a bit slimmer as compared to the recent "Dragon Ball Super" series and his looks are a bit grimmer than before.

Super Saiyan Goku and Super Saiyan Vegeta

The Super Saiyan design of Goku is similar to that released in the V-Jump March 2018, although the highlights have been completely removed. Meanwhile, Vegeta's Super Saiyan design doesn't tell much about his front view, but it seems like they finally addressed his height difference from Goku because Vegeta is way shorter than Goku and, in "Dragon Ball Super," this difference was almost gone.


Beerus and Whis

Beerus' new design has more round edges while Whis' design is almost similar to Toriyama's original design, although he doesn't have a short torso now.

V-Jump issue of this month revealed these new designs along with some news about "Dragon Ball Heroes" anime that is going to air on July 1 this year. There will be elements from both, Super and GT, series in this new anime and it is officially stated that the series will be based on "Prison Planet" arc.

The new "Dragon Ball Super" movie is set to be released on December 14.