Broly, the Legendary Saiyan, returns to the big screen in Japan with a new film. The new film from the "Dragon Ball Super" franchise, "Broly" has brought back one of the most important characters in the Z Warriors saga, and definitely one of the most missed by fans of Dragon Ball. Now, Akira Toriyama will participate directly in his inclusion to the original plot.

Goku and his friends must face a completely different Broly from the past. The trailers published by Toei Animation confirmed that this character is not evil, but only has an uncontrollable temperament and an equally destructive power that gets out of control in the film.

Now that its premiere is so close in Latin America and the US, after its arrival in Japan, many are looking for some way to see this film to find out all the history behind the leaks and trailers of Toei Animation.

The release date of the movie in the United States is January 15, 2019

Can you watch 'Dragon Ball Super: Broly' online?

For now, the only legal way to see "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" online is with patience. Finding some video of the first special function that was given in Japan and its subsequent release is very unlikely, and if found, the quality is terrible because it is an illegal upload.

Therefore, if you want to see the full movie "Dragon Ball Super: Broly online," even with Spanish subtitles or dubbed into Latin Spanish, all you have to do is wait for some streaming page like Netflix or Crunchyroll get the rights to broadcast, which could take a few months after its release.

On the other hand, there is the possibility that some people recorded the film in question from the cinema, but that, besides being illegal, it would reduce the quality of the image and ruin all the graphic efforts that the animation team of Toei Animation invested in this new movie.

YouTube may be an option

On the other hand, there is a possibility, very remote, that the same company chooses to upload this film on its official YouTube platform, in the same style of "Dragon Ball Heroes." Unfortunately, it is not such a likely possibility, because even if they did, YouTube's copyright would automatically identify it, eliminating the file immediately.

For the moment, it only remains to wait for Toei Animation or Akira Toriyama to decide to publish the "Dragon Ball Super movie: Broly" on some online streaming platform in order to enjoy the epic battle of the Saiyajins from the comfort of our homes.