Who likes worldbuilding? Because there’s a lot of that going on in this newest chapter of Dragon Ball Super. One thing I have noticed about Super is that while it seems super resistant to changing the status quo on Earth and with any of the characters who live there, it is very happy to chop and change the state of the wider universe.
The early parts of these manga arcs are always the most exciting parts of them. Maybe it’s because they’re full of potential and all the Dragon Ball obsessed bloggers and Youtubers come up with a ton of new, more interesting possibilities than the stories themselves end up being. Or am I being too cynical do you think?
It feels like an age since I last talked about this show. That mid-season break seemed to last an eternity, being edged out slightly by how long it’s felt like we’ve been building up to this interschool sorcerer tournament between Tokyo and Kyoto. It’s also finally the moment Itadori gets to reunite with his classmates, something I’ve been looking forward to seeing.
There aren’t going to be any images accompanying this post as I’m working with a makeshift internet solution for the time being. Sorry.