New info about the upcoming "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" movie is getting revealed almost every week and it is compensating for the anime series that is on a brief hiatus. This new footage of the battle between Goku and Broly was revealed on Saturday, during the "One Piece" special episode titled as the Episode of Skypiea.

According to Comicbook, the special episode aired on August 25 in Japan. The episode was broadcast on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Anime Lab. The ending of the episode excited fans when it surprised everyone with new footage from "Dragon Ball Super: Broly." You can watch the new footage below:

Although the footage doesn't reveal anything new, aside from the extended battle scene between Goku and Broly, it should be noted that the footage is incomplete and the final product is going to look a lot different than this.


In the footage, you can notice that the explosion looks really artificial, and Goku and Broly in this scene are 3-D rendered, while the rest of the assets in the background are taken directly from the "Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F."

More new info about the movie

This new footage is not the only new info about the upcoming movie that was revealed this week. We also got a new look at Vegeta's Super Saiyan God form which is a new addition to the movie. This form previously appeared in the manga in Future Trunks saga when Vegeta fights against Zamasu, but this is going to be the first time that this form is going to make an appearance in the anime.

Dragon Ball Movie Frontline update

New info regarding the movie was revealed in today’s blog by the Dragon Ball Movie Frontline series that is updated on every Sunday.


Today, we got a look at our favorite character designer’s (Naohiro Shintani) workplace. We can see various character designs opened in tabs on the PC screen and original drawings on the desk.

According to the blog, the insect-looking monster is said to appear at the start of the movie. Shintani also mentioned that he keeps Akira Toriyama’s original “Dragon Ball” manga on his desk for reference. In addition to the manga, he also has “Dragon Ball” action figures placed on a shelf behind the desk.


Being three-dimensional, he takes references from different angles of the figure.

"Dragon Ball Super: Broly" is set to be released on December 14, 2018, in Japan. Funimation has acquired the theatrical rights for the movie and is planning to release it in the United States and Canada in January 2019.