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Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie gets English-language trailer at SDCC

The series may be over, but Dragon Ball Super will still continue in a big way.

IGN has released the first full, English-language trailer for the upcoming Dragon Ball Super movieDragon Ball Super: Broly. Check it out for yourself up above, if you're powerful enough to handle it.

Broly, the Legendary Super Saiyan is a formidable foe who was first introduced in a non-canonical movie for the Dragon Ball Z series in the early 90s. 

Now, with Dragon Ball Super: Broly officially taking place after the events of the Super series' Tournament of Power, the movie is the first canonical property in the series to feature the Broly character.

Also coming back into the fray, per the trailer, is the slightly-less-evil-than-he-used-to-be Lord Frieza, who's been popping up more and more in the Dragon Ball series since Super started up. According to the trailer, the villain will get his chance to go head-to-head with Broly, along with the Saiyan prince Vegeta and, of course, our powerful and good friend Goku.

If you're not quite ready for the new stuff, you'll also be able to check out some of the older Dragon Ball movies in new remastered forms before the Broly movie hits theaters, with select films from the Dragon Ball series being set for theatrical re-release. 

The first, fittingly enough, is 1993's Dragon Ball Z: Broly — The Legendary Super Saiyan, the movie which first introduced the formidable Saiyan foe to the Dragon Ball series. It will screen in US theaters between September 15 and September 17. 

It will be followed by a double feature of Dragon Ball Z: Bardock — The Father of Goku and Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn, set to screen under the title Dragon Ball Z Saiyan Double Feature from November 3 to November 5. 

Dragon Ball Super: Broly will be out in Japanese cinemas on December 14, 2018 — you can watch the Japanese-language trailer here. The English dub will be out in North American theaters in January 2019.

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