Dragon Ball Super (Superheroes)" is one of the top five U.S. animated films of all time.

As the summer theatrical season draws to a close and movie theaters look to re-releases of older films to inspire moviegoers, several animated films continue to perform well at the box office in North America and abroad.

In its second week, Crunchyroll's Dragon Ball Super (Superhero) fell to fifth place with a $4.6 million weekend box office. However, after a strong first week with an opening weekend of $21.1 million, "Super Hero" has now grossed $30.76 million, passing "Dragon Ball Super Broly" to become the fifth highest-grossing animated film of all time at the US box office.

Superhero's second-week decline comes as no surprise. The majority of an animated film's box-office revenue is usually earned in the first two to three weeks after its release. However, with relatively few films competing at the box office, a 78.4% drop for the latest installment in the "Dragon Ball" series is still a gut punch.

Proving it has at least four legs, "DC League of Super-Pets" finished the weekend in sixth place with a domestic box office haul of $4.2 million, not bad for a fifth-week film. Minions The Rise of Gru was another film with similar longevity, finishing eighth at the North American box office in its ninth week of release with $2.74 million in ticket sales for a total of $354.7 million.

"Marcel the Shell with Shoes On" grossed $103,825 in 169 theaters (for a total of $5.8 million) and was in the closing stages of its box office run.

"The Rising of the Grue," which was again the number one film worldwide over the weekend, ran past another milestone by surpassing the $500 million mark at the international box office. It earned $514 million internationally and $354.7 million in North America, bringing its worldwide box office total to over $868 million.

"New Gods: Yang Jian," still only in China, once again topped the box office in China, taking in another $12.9 million, bringing its two-week total to $43.6 million. (The film will be released in the U.S. by GKIDS early next year.)

No. 9 at the worldwide box office over the weekend was "Dragon Ball Super" with $8.7 million ($4.1 million from outside North America) and rounding out the top 10 was "DC League of Super-Pets" with $8.6 million ($4.4 million from ($4.4 million from overseas).

Overseas, another notable film: Paramount opened the Spanish feature "Tad The Lost Explorer And The Emerald Tablet" in 15 markets, grossing $4.1 million over the weekend.