I’ve seen some of the discourse on this story arc complaining about Granolah and how he just got his powers from nowhere and such. But at this point I feel like people will complain about anything, and for some reason it all just bubbles to the top. Personally, I’ve this arc to be something of a slower burn so far and I appreciate it for that. Putting us into fight after fighter after fight throughout an arc can get somewhat exhausting.
Although I get the impression we might be approaching that stage very soon either way.
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Granolah went and Gon’d himself. I was pretty confident that the miniature Cerealian Dragon wasn’t going to be able grant Granolah’s wish to become the strongest fighter in the universe without come kind of wrinkle. I mean, it just seemed too easy. I am kind of surprised that this wasn’t a slightly more prolonged process though as we’re already finding a route to a collision between the newly empowered sniper and our Saiyan heroes.
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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?