A chapter that begins with Goku receiving an almost Vegeta-like beat down. That’s certainly refreshing. What isn’t refreshing is the Namekians getting their home ravaged by a space monster who is after their Dragon Balls. Frankly, I don’t know why they still have the things around, they seem far more trouble than they’re worth. Y’know with the near extinction of their race on multiple occasions.
The chapter begins by trundling down the incredibly telegraphed grooves in the road that have been indicating the direction of this story: Goku and Vegeta rushed to confront Moro half cocked, didn’t realise his powers and get beaten down soundly by him as a consequence.
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This episode rolled around a lot sooner than I had been expecting. Yet I found myself excited to actually shove everything else aside and spend eight minutes watching it.
Looking back at my attitude regarding this series when it first started, I am amazed at how much I have flipped around on this mini series. While I was always aware this was a promotional anime, designed to sell a card game rather than a serious piece of storytelling (as serious as Dragon Ball can get there days) or add anything new to the ongoing lore.
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After being very down in the dumps about this mini show, the past few episodes have turned things around for me. Bringing the wider multiverse into the mix has gotten me a lot more interested, as I find myself way more excited to see more of Caulifler, Jiren and Hit.
Watching this episode, I realise that the android twins giving everyone so much trouble are machine mutants, like Baby from Dragon Ball GT, which I would have thought I would have picked up sooner considering I’m watching through GT currently.
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