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  • Casting Gag: This isn't the first time Keith Silverstein has voiced the villain of a shonen movie who creates a giant metal robot in the final act.
  • Marth Debuted in "Smash Bros.": Bizarrely enough, Mexico (and just Mexico, for now) will receive the film at February 2019, despite the TV series wasn't even shown there or even dubbed yet. This is even more egregious if you consider that the manga, while popular there, hasn't had the same level of popularity of other Shonen Jump powerhouses, like Dragon Ball, Saint Seiya, or even not so popular in the region franchises like Naruto or Bleach, the latter two had their dubs of their respective animated adaptations cancelled, so the decision of bringing the film, and with a dub comes out of the blue for the Mexican fans.note 
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  • No Dub for You: A subversion: The movie did get a sub-only release in Mexico through the famous Le Film Artistique legal loophole at November 2018, but a dubbed version was released at February 2019.
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