The deatils on advanced ticket sales in Japan for the upcoming Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero CG anime film were announced today with one of the biggest ticket drives in Japanese history – not due to the amount of tickets being sold though, just the sheer size of them! Mubichike, the company that usually sells advance movie ticket in Japan revealed the “Super Mubichike,” using the same kanji as “Super” in Dragon Ball Super.
These “Super Mubichike” advance tickets are 930 times larger than a normal Mubichike, measuring taller than the average human.
The card stands 2.4 meters tall and 1.8 meters wide
The cards complete reproduce the usual cards given to those who buy Mubichike, compelete with barcodes and serial numbers needed to be used at theaters to transfer the advanced tickets over to regular tickets – though I couldn’t imagine many people walking in with the “Super Mubichike” to transfer the ticket over when the smaller version is also given with every purchase. The price of the “Super Mubichike” are also nine times the price of the normal mubichike tickets at 13,710 yen (US$119) and go on sale on March 4.
Series creator Akira Toriyama is heavily involved in Super Hero, and was already writing the script for it while the last film, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, was still in production. The film opens in Japan on April 22 and goes internation in the summetime. Catch up with the rest of Dragon Ball Super right here on Crunchyroll!
Source: Comic Natalie
Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.