Y’know, if Majin Buu’s personality was even slightly less grating, I’d be a huge fan. His goofy nature and really unique power set could make him was more impactful to the show… the writer says when this manga chapter makes Majin Buu more relevant than he’s been since he was introduced as an antagonist. Continue reading “Dragon Ball Super Manga: Chapter 48: Moro’s Wish”
The madmen went and did it, something I would have never expected to see: They made Majin Buu relevant again.
When this arc started, with Goku and Vegeta joining the Galactic Patrol, I thought there was going to be more of a planet hopping aspect to the story, but as it turns out, we’re going to be spending a bit more time on Namek.
The battle continues with Moro, and the more we learn some more about how this villain works, the more I am starting the think the flipping of release schedules of both the anime and the manga might be the best thing to happen for the series since its revival.
In the last part, the emaciated warlock Moro had made his way to Namek with intent to use and abuse both it and its Dragon Balls, only to be intercepted by both Vegeta and Goku. Vegeta took the first shot at fighting Moro, so obviously is was going to job out at some point.