The "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" panel at the New York Comic-Con will take place in less than 24 hours and we've already got the next batch of information concerning the upcoming film. A recent Shonen Jump scan revealed a little bit of Broly's backstory and his introduction to two of the characters in the movie. Before explaining that, you should note that there might be some light spoilers about the movie in this article and it seems like a new trailer is also confirmed for tomorrow's panel, so proceed with caution.

Toei hints at a new trailer

A recent tweet from Toei Animation might have confirmed that a new trailer is indeed going to debut at the New York Comic-Con, because, at this point, bigger news for the fans would be a closer look at the plot of the movie.

Toei Animation has also capitalized on the remaster of "Dragon Ball Z" double feature which showcased Bardock and Gogeta, so it definitely has some connection with the upcoming movie. Before both of these remasters, they re-released a Broly movie in the U.S. and Canada, and later on, Broly was revealed in the trailer for the upcoming "Dragon Ball Super" film.

Broly's introduction to Lemo and Cheelye

Recent "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" scans from Weekly Shonen Jump revealed that this time, the anime will give a backstory to Broly which, in a way, will be similar to Goku's backstory. Thanks to Herms, the scan was translated from Japanese to English:

According to Herms' tweet, aside from Paragus, Broly will also meet Lemo and Cheelye before his encounter with Goku and Vegeta.

Lemo and Cheelye are members of Frieza Force, so maybe that's how Frieza gets to meet him as well, and it's no surprise that Frieza will fight him just because he's a Saiyan.

The Saikyo Jump's November issue will mainly focus on "Dragon Ball Super: Broly," so we can also expect tons of new information about Broly from this as well.

Movie run-time

A special premiere for the upcoming "Dragon Ball Super" movie will take place on Nov. 14 at Nippon Budokan, a month before its release in Japanese theaters. Apparently, only 2,000 people with Japanese addresses will be able to attend the premiere and they will be chosen through a lucky draw. According to Herms, the scheduled screening time will be 100 minutes.

The new Dragon Ball Super movie is set to be released on Dec. 14 in Japan. Funimation has acquired the theatrical rights to the movie and is planning to release it in the United States and Canada on January 16, 2019.