The latest trailer of "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" showed some scenes that were among the violent and exciting for the brand. In the promotional video, in fact, Broly proves to be able to easily damage Goku and Vegeta, the two Super Sayan Gods. On several occasions in the trailer, Goku and Vegeta show difficulty in keeping up with the huge Saiyan.

Vegeta vs Broly

At first, we see the Super Saiyan God Vegeta attacking Broly in his basic form with a punch, which, however, cannot even move the opponent by a millimeter.


Goku does not fare anyway much better. In the trailer, Broly, in fact, grabs the head of Goku, slams it against a frozen wall and begins to drag the face of the unfortunate victim for its entire length.

This last particular scene should take place in the first part of the movie. The film, as has been confirmed, begins with Freezer's troops arriving on Earth to find the Dragon's spheres with Broly in tow, and that quest leads them into the Arctic. Goku and Vegeta perceive the enormous aura of Broly and meet up with him in the Arctic region, which is where this huge battle takes place.

In other words, this is just the beginning.

The power of Broly in its basic form, from what we saw in the trailer, would seem even bigger than that of the Super Saiyan God. What will Goku and Vegeta have to do to beat Broly in his most advanced form? The recent trailer for "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" is set to bring fans a lot of action, but not only that. There were several details that emerged from this promotional video that will allow you to see Broly's character from a different perspective.


More about Broly

The "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" trailer was initially published only in Japanese. Thanks to some fan-translators and to official channels like IGN, fans were able to notice some new details about the film, including one of crucial importance for Broly himself. In the original film, Broly frees himself from the control collar and releases his energy. Watching the trailer of "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" it would seem that our antagonist, once again, has got rid of it.

Meanwhile, In the earlier trailer, we also see Piccolo appear again, apparently with a leading role in the film, as well as Beerus and Whis.

Piccolo, it seems, will be involved in a particular way, even if it is not clear how interaction takes place with the three Saiyan protagonists. Then we see Vegeta Super Saiyan God in action, including the power and fury of the antagonist. Everything is accompanied by 'Blizzard,' the official song that makes up the soundtrack of "Dragon Ball Super: Broly."