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Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero | 2022 | PG-13 | – 1.4.3

content-ratingsWhy is “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero” rated PG-13? The MPAA rating has been assigned for “some action/violence and smoking.” The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes a flirtatious remark, some partial nudity, many fight scenes among people and cyborgs and aliens with superpowers that cause a lot of property damage and one death and some injuries with blood, and some strong language. Read our parents’ guide below for details on sexual content, violence & strong language.


Goku finds himself facing the Red Ribbon Army again and this time there are two new androids with powers that might be too formidable for him. With the voices of Masako Nozawa, Toshio Furukawa, Yûko Minaguchi, Ryô Horikawa, Aya Hisakawa, Mayumi Tanaka, Bin Shimada, Nana Mizuki and Tomokazu Sugita in the Japanese version; and the voices of Zach Aguilar, Johnny Yong Bosch, Sean Schemmel, Bruce Carey, Kyle Hebert, Erica Lindbeck, Zeno Robinson and Aleks Le in the English-dubbed version. Directed by Tetsuro Kodama. In Japanese with English subtitles, as well as a version dubbed in English. [Running Time: 1:40]

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero SEX/NUDITY 1

 – A character looks at a young woman and sighs saying, “I like this one” (attraction is implied). A woman yells at someone, “You took my husband!” A woman wishes for a buttock lift.
 A character’s shorts are torn in the back revealing his partial bare buttocks and buttocks cleavage. The camera focuses on the clothed buttocks of several characters, both male and female.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero VIOLENCE/GORE 4

 – Two characters fight with kicking and throws, and one tumbles down the side of a mountain: they continue to flight hovering in the air and throwing energy blasts at each other, and one uses a laser gun to shoot the other and flies away when he thinks the other is dead. A character sits on top of a mountain as lasers are fired on it causing a large explosion and a cloud of dust; we cannot see whether the character has been harmed until later (he’s OK). A man shoots another man and we see some blood. A man is stung in the neck by a cyborg-bee and he thrashes and gasps from being poisoned; he falls motionless.
 A machine generates a monster fighter inside a containment orb, it breaks out and floats in the air surrounded by glowing energy, it roars loudly as it fights with many characters in an extended sequence, and we hear that its weak spot is the top of its head and several try to hit it there; we see two characters motionless and carried to a sheltered area during the fight, a mountain collapses and covers the monster with rubble, a character grows to a much larger size and fights with the monster, the character is slammed around and seems unable to withstand the intensity of the fight (we see a bloody nose and mouth), others join in, the monster is blasted and its arm cracks off (we see the severed limb with exposed wiring), its head is blasted, we see it glowing and it collapses and self-destructs with a giant explosion leaving a crater in the ground.
 A character disables a guard and steals his uniform to infiltrate a factory (we see the guard with some blood on his face); he walks through a force field and finds an extensive setup. A man holds a gun on another man threatening him to do something; when the second man releases a cyborg-bee in the car the man is driving, he loses control and the car spins (they do not crash). A dead character’s body turns to ash and floats away in glowing embers.
 Several scenes show flashbacks to fights between characters with punches, kicks, throws and blasts of energy; one encounter shows a man being shot in the chest (we see a hole open in his clothing without blood evident). A man is released from prison and throws an explosive in the door as he leaves (we hear the explosion and see a cloud of smoke as he walks away). A man controls a cyborg-bee that we are told contains poison in its stinger.
 Two characters fight with punches, kicks and throws, they fly over a body of water, one is slammed into a stone wall and punched several times, they continue to fight, and one flips into the water and creates a large wave. An android and a man fight with kicks and throws, grunting and yelling, and the man is slammed to the ground and thrown against a mountain; the man grows larger and is imbued with more powers and two other characters join the fight. A character charges toward a young girl and she kicks and punches him; he then falls to the ground. A man becomes angry and uses his powers to blast a crater in the ground, and he is instructed to control his temper. A young girl blasts a character with a power discharges that knock him unconscious and a character carries him over his shoulder to a flying vessel; they fly badly and they crash through a billboard.
 A character punches a man in the stomach (he collapses to his knees), then puts a cape on him and the man complains of it being very heavy as he struggles to stand up. A 3-year-old girl trains using fighting skills and she stops when she ends up with a rock sitting on her head (she is not harmed); she then becomes frustrated when she tries to fly and is unable to do so. A young girl speeds away on foot kicking up a trail of dust in her path. A young girl pretends to be afraid when people take her hostage and she cries and pleads with them not to hurt her.
 A character summons a giant dragon that grants wishes and the character wishes for his powers to be returned; we see him surrounded by a glowing field. Two characters merge to make a large single character during a fight. A cyborg mocks another cyborg for not checking for a body after a fight with a character. A man says that his enemies are, “Mysteriously turning up dead.” A man says that he will, “Wipe out people that get in his way.” A character says, “I’m going to beat that brat within an inch of his life.” There are several references to mad scientist kinds of activity and creating an “ultimate living weapon.” A pharmaceutical company is implied to be a front operation for nefarious activity. We hear that a man was sent to prison after stealing three bodies from a morgue and transforming them into zombie-type androids; we see the three with green-tinged skin and malformed features working in a convenience store. There are several references to an alien invasion of Earth and the aliens have superpowers. A man talks about a “shock and awe campaign.”
 A character is a large green humanoid with tentacles on his head. A character resembles a cat with a long tail, long ears and sharp teeth. A man burns himself with hot tea a few times. A character yells, “I don’t eat food!” A character says, “I’ve been in the can,” and another character says, “Call of nature.”

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero LANGUAGE 3

 – 3 scatological terms, 4 mild obscenities, name-calling (villainous, Mr. Satan, bad anime, minions, idiot, world ending evil, rude, uptight, disappointing, real ugly, fool, boring, roly-poly twerp, overkill, bluff, cute, unfortunate, insane, coward, nuisance, trivial matter, petty, stupid, overstuffed sack, dumb, idiot, mania), exclamations (heck, what, huzaah, big deal, whatever, seriously, stop judging, oh come off it, screw it, get spanked, what the heck, perfect, jeez), 1 religious exclamation (e.g. Holy [scatological term deleted]. | profanity glossary |

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero SUBSTANCE USE

 – A man smokes cigars in several scenes.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero DISCUSSION TOPICS

 – Vengeance, world domination, heroes, anger management, kidnapping, justice, lying, teamwork.

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero MESSAGE

 – Teamwork can help save the day even under seemingly indomitable odds.

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