Toei Animation Hacked, Delay Dragon Ball Anime Movie

We'll have to wait a little longer to see Super Hero in action.

We’ll have to wait a little longer to see Super Hero in action.

Originally slated for an April 22 release in Japan, Dragon Ball Super: Superhero was delayed after an unauthorized third party hacked Toei Animation.

Accordingly Yahoo! Japan, Toei became aware of the hack on March 6 and shut down part of his internal system. This impacted the company’s workflow and planning, leading to the inevitable decision to delay the Japanese release of the upcoming feature anime Dragon Ball Super: Superhero.

“It made it difficult to work on productions,” Toei Animation explained in one official release. Because of these difficulties, the company has no choice but to delay the film’s release.

“For those looking forward to the release, we are truly sorry.”

Dragon Ball Super: Superhero is the twenty-first dragon ball Movie. Creator Akira Toriyama is writing and contributing to the film’s story superheroCharacter design by . The new film takes place after that Dragon Ball Super: Broly but takes place before the 28th Tenkaichi Budokai.

Last year, we took a closer look at the CG animation of the upcoming film. This isn’t the first dragon ball Film with computer animation, but the film’s trailer seemed to adopt the style.

Dragon Ball Super: Superhero is not the only anime affected by the hack. Yahoo! Japan also reports that the hack also affects TV anime, including Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai, Tasty party cold, Digimon ghost gameand One piece. Toei will be airing reruns and specials shortly as production tries to get back to normal after the hack.

Toei Animation will announce the film’s new release date at a later date and asked fans to understand the current situation. No doubt they will.

kotaku reached out to Toei Animation for comment but received no response prior to publication. Toei Animation Hacked, Delay Dragon Ball Anime Movie

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