'Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero' Fans Fear Movie Leaked in Toei Animation Hack

When anime fans heard about the Dragon Ball Super: Super Heroes being indefinitely delayed due to Toei Animation being hacked, fans rushed online to find out what happened. They checked the official website to find a Japanese message from the Dragon Ball studio. When they translated it, the statement made fans fear that third-party hackers had leaked the Dragon Ball Super: Superhero movie or at least had their hands on it.

Translated Toei Animation's Hacking Statement Has Fans Worried That Hackers Leaked 'Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero' Movie

On March 6, 2022, an unauthorized third party attempted to hack Toei Animation. Several titles, like Dragon Quest: Dai's Adventure , Delicious Party: Pretty Cure , Digimon Ghost Game , and One Piece, had delayed episodes when the anime studio began their investigations.

And the Dragon Ball Super: Superhero movies have also suffered delays, delaying the Goku, Vegeta, Gohan, and Piccolo adventure. Toei Animation released a statement in Japanese, requiring English fans to read a translated version.

One line sounded particularly alarming, reading " Dragon Ball Super Super Hero Movie which was scheduled to be released nationwide from April 22nd (Friday), has been released due to unauthorized network access by a third party production company Toei Animation.

“Wait, so did the people who violated society release the film themselves? Is it just a weird translation error or something like that? A fan asked on Reddit.

It looked like the studio had said the hackers leaked the Dragon Ball Super Super Hero movie. However, the verb was jerky, like most machine translations. This led fans to ask if a mistake mixed up the meaning or if the pirates got their hands on the film.

Fans debated if there was a translation error or if the 'Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero' movie was leaked

Anime fans weighed in on both sides. For one thing, Toei Animation's statement said third-party pirates leaked the movie. On the other hand, localization teams often need months to convey the same meanings from Japanese to English.

Another version of the post read, "As previously reported, Toei Animation, the production company for the Dragon Ball Super: Superhero movie which was scheduled to be released nationwide on April 22 (Friday), has experienced unauthorized access to its network. by a third party, which made it difficult to produce the film.

Fans hoped the second reading would prove to be the most accurate.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Japanese Release Delayed, Citing Unauthorized Third Party Violation at Toei Dragonball Animation

However, fans on Reddit haven't ruled out the possibility of a Dragon Ball Super: Superhero leak. A fan said that the English dub of Dragon Ball Super: Broly leaked online before it hits North American theaters.

"I guess translation is off when written" was posted due to unauthorized third party network access "because it makes it look like these hackers may have altered or got their hands on the film? A fan said.

They expressed concern over the international exit, joining many others in hope for good news.

No links have surfaced following the Toei Animation hack

Some curious fans might not care about the leaked studio drama and just want to know where to watch the Dragon Ball Super: Superhero movie.

However, no link has surfaced. While third-party pirates managed to get their hands on the animated film, they haven't put it online.

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Alternatively, as a fan suggested, they may have edited the movie internally. This lets Toei Animation repair any damage done.

As the investigations continue, fans can only sigh and wait for more information from the anime studio on the Super Saiyan fighters' next adventure.