I try not to lean too much on Dragon Ball based content on my blog. I feel like I see enough people on Youtube who have made their bread specialising in talking about the franchise. But that doesn’t stop me from thinking about Dragon Ball an awful lot. And while my feelings on the current state of the franchise hang somewhere in the moderate, outside of the areas of extremes, I do have a lot to say when it comes to Dragon Ball.
Fresh from Goku going and screwing everything up again, this chapter concludes the battle with Moro in just about the most unlikely way possible. While the later parts of this arc have frustrated me, I’ll put my hands up and admit that of all the possible solutions I presented in my previous review to get out of this situation, the manga went with all of of them and added another twist. And i quality was based on how surprised I was, then this would be some top tier content.
Considering just how long Dragon Ball has been going, along with its ever increasing cast, it’s difficult to give every character a fair shake. I’ll concede that. Characters that were once vital components to creating the show’s identity eventually became relegated to the sidelines in order to further promote Goku’s one man show.