To celebrate the 11 June release of Dragon Ball Super Superhero, the 21st film version of the popular Dragon Ball animation series based on Akira Toriyama’s manga, a Media Liner decorated with characters such as Son Gohan and Piccolo will operate on the Toei Oedo Line. The train will run from 6-12 June.
From 6 June to 31 July, a digital stamp rally will be held on the Toei Subway and Nippori-Toneri Liner.
Participants can take part by reading the QR code on the entry posters at stations and accessing the dedicated website.
Stamp points are Shimbashi Station on the Asakusa Line, Jinbocho Station on the Mita Line, Shinjuku Sanchome Station on the Shinjuku Line, Roppongi Station on the Oedo Line and Kumanomae Station on the Nippori-Toneri Liner, where participants will receive a digital wallpaper.
An acrylic stand will be given to 100 people by lottery, and an original pass case and Toei Subway Pochibukuro bag will be given to 50 people by lottery.
Dragon Ball Super Super Hero is the first theatre version since the 20th Dragon Ball Super Broly, released in December 2018.
Original author Toriyama will write the script and design the characters.
Tetsuro Kodama, who worked on the 3D part of the previous Dragon Ball Super Broly, will direct the film.