The last "Dragon Ball Super" panel held in San Diego Comic-Con, back in July 2018, revealed huge info about the upcoming movie and released the second trailer [VIDEO] for the movie, and now, the movie panel is coming to New York Comic-Con.

What to expect from the panel

Currently, there's no info about the contents of the panel, but fans can expect some big revelations about the franchise and the movie in the panel because Goku's original voice actress Masako Nozawa, Goku's English dub voice actor Sean Schemmel, and "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" director Tatsuya Nagamine will all be making an appearance.

New York Comic-Con made the announcement on their Twitter account.

The panel is held on Friday, October 5 and fans can meet the anime guests on the same day. According to Comicbook, they might share their perspective about the already revealed info, but chances are, that they might reveal something new as well.

In his interview, Tatsuya Nagamine said that Goku is approaching the level of the Gods, and Vegeta is also training hard to catch up with Goku. Frieza's strength is also growing over time and now that beings like Beerus, Whis, and Omni-King exist, he's planning on reaching to a level even higher than them.

Considering all this, the trailer for the upcoming movies shows that Goku and Vegeta still struggle against Broly in his base form, so we can assume that Broly really is at Jiren's level (or even stronger) and that our heroes will be using a trump card [VIDEO] in order to beat him.

The info about this trump card might be revealed in the upcoming panel of the movie.

You can attend the event at Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden held on Friday, October 5 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

New promotional ad

Recently, Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump featured a "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" advertisement for the promotion of the upcoming movie. The new ad features two high-quality Broly shots, one in his base form and the other in his Super Saiyan form.

The ad also shares Vegeta's Super Saiyan God form from the upcoming movie and it is the first time that we're going to see this form in the anime, although the form is canon because it has already made an appearance in the Future Trunks arc of the "Dragon Ball Super" manga.

The ad also features shots from San Diego Comic-Con when Sean Schemmel, Akio Iyoku, and Norihiro Hayashida spoke onstage during the "Dragon Ball Super" panel.

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