Streaming service Netflix has added the latest Dragon Ball movie Dragon Ball Super: Broly for the United Kingdom and Ireland territories.
The film, released in Japanese theaters back in December 2018, can now be watched on the Netflix platform, as of 20th November, it is currently accessible in original Japanese audio with English subtitles. Broly joins Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods and Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’, both of which are already available to stream on the service for the same territories.
Manga Entertainment licensed and released Dragon Ball Super: Broly for the UK & Ireland territories in both theatrical and for home video. It was theatrically screened in the UK & Ireland territories on 23rd January 2019 and the Blu-ray and DVD releases were released on 27th May 2019. The UK release features the correct video presentation and not the controversial green tint that was featured in the US Funimation release.
About Dragon Ball Super: Broly (via Manga Entertainment):
This is the story of a new Saiyan.
Earth is at peace after the Tournament of Power. Goku, knowing that there are ever-stronger forces in the universe he has yet to encounter, spends all of his time training to achieve another level. One fateful day, a Saiyan appears before Goku and Vegeta who they have never seen before: Broly. How can a Saiyan – who had all supposedly been annihilated after the erasure of Planet Vegeta – appear on Earth? With the return of Frieza from hell, a fierce battle awaits these three Saiyans who have followed completely different destinies.
Dragon Ball Super is available to stream legally in the United Kingdom and Ireland territories over on Crunchyroll in original Japanese audio with English subtitles. The series has also been licensed and distributed for home video by Manga Entertainment on Blu-ray and DVD across ten parts (with the 10th and final part scheduled for 20th January 2020).
Netflix has also added a couple of other anime over the past few weeks, with both seasons of Haikyu!!, both seasons of Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans, and the classic 1987 co-produced series Once Upon a Time… Life, known in Japan as Seimei no Kagaku: Micro Patrol, now available to watch for the UK & Ireland territories. Also coming very soon is Dino Girl Galko on 22nd November and Levius on 28th November.