Dragon Ball Super: Is The Manga Wrong For Revisiting Super Hero?

 


Dragon Ball Super's latest manga arc has delved into the storyline of the popular film, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. While the preceding arc focused on Goten and Trunks assuming the roles of crime fighters in their city, the recent manga storyline follows the events portrayed on the silver screen. With that in mind, some fans question whether it was a wise decision for the manga to revisit the movie's narrative.


Currently, in the manga's final battle of Super Hero, Gohan has arrived at the headquarters of the Red Ribbon Army. As the Z-Fighters face off against the Gamma androids, the formidable Cell Max has yet to make his appearance, but his arrival is anticipated to leave a significant impact, much like in the movie. Supporters argue that adapting the movie's content in the manga provides an opportunity to expand upon certain events and present unseen moments. Additionally, the retelling allows Akira Toriyama and Toyotaro, the manga's creators, to introduce alterations to the film's storyline, such as offering further explanations of Vegeta's new training technique before the Saiyan Prince ultimately emerges triumphant over Goku.







Dragon Ball Super: Should We Super Hero?

An argument against the Dragon Ball Super manga revisiting familiar territory is that the material being covered might not offer significant new elements to justify the retelling. While there were some additional insights provided into characters like Vegeta, Piccolo, and Krillin, it also means that manga readers have to wait even longer for a fresh arc to unfold. Considering the highly anticipated conclusion of the Granolah The Survivor Arc, fans are eagerly waiting to see what happens next, particularly regarding one specific villain.


In the final chapter of the Granolah Arc, Frieza made his appearance, not only defeating the primary antagonists, the Heeters, but also revealing his new ultimate form, "Black Frieza," which solidified his position as the strongest being in the universe. The more the manga remains focused on Super Hero, the longer readers have to wait for the continuation of the Black Frieza storyline, which can be a concern for many fans of the manga.

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