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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Transitional chapter! Y’know, with the conclusion of the Moro story arc, I’d kind of hoped we’d finally get that time skip to the end of Z which has been at the back of my mind when anything perilous happens in Dragon Ball Super. And what with the events of the previous chapter, you’d think that it’d be closer than ever.
At this point, I feel like I could just as easily see the end of Z arc getting retconned out of existence. Which wouldn’t be the worst thing. Just age Goten and Trunks up for God’s sake.
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.