Super Hero Music Composer shares a major update

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero music composer Naoki Sato says they have finished the music work.

Dragon Ball Super: Super heroes should amaze fans with its groundbreaking animation, but the highly anticipated shonen movie should also have thrilling music that should excite fans as they watch Son Gohan and the other Z-Fighters battle the evil Red Ribbon Army. After all, the film’s music is composed by the talented Naoki Satō. Now he has shared an update on his work for the film.

On Twitter, Satō confirmed that they had completed the musical work for Dragon Ball Super: Super heroes a few weeks before its official theatrical release. Twitter outlet @DBSChronicles shared an English translation:

The 51-year-old Japanese composer is known for providing music to several popular anime series, including the first five Pretty Cure series, X, eureka seven, The Stranger’s Swordand Blood c. He has also composed music for animated films such as Pretty Cure All Stars DX trilogy, Remember me Doraemon. Satō also composed the music for the victory ceremonies at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Toei Animation hasn’t revealed what kind of music we can expect to hear Dragon Ball Super: Super heroesbut with Satō in charge of the film’s music, expect the soundtrack to be top-notch.

The synopsis of Dragon Ball Super: Super heroes bed:

“In the past, Goku destroyed the evil organization ‘Red Ribbon Army’. But their will survived!!

Now that they have resurrected, the RRs create the new androids “Gamma 1” and “Gamma 2”, and begin their revenge.

Piccolo soon notices this disturbing activity, and sneaks into red ribbon basebut there, he discovers an unimaginable “ultimate evil weapon”..!!

Pan is kidnapped in order to lure Gohan to the base. There, he too joins the fight, and an unprecedented Super Battle begins!

Where will this deathmatch lead? ! And what fate awaits the Earth?!”

Related: New Dragon Ball Super: Super heroes Synopsis Teases “Ultimate Evil Weapon”

Dragon Ball Super: Super heroes is set to hit theaters in Japan on April 22, 2022. Toei Animation previously announced that the film will be hitting North American theaters this summer and expects other regions to get official release dates soon. You can read more details about the upcoming anime movie here.

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