He's my favorite fictional character of all time, I feel like I understand his personality so why am I not mad that about how he is in Super? - How good the storyboard artist for the episode is. - How many other projects the staff members are working on at a given time.
DBS does do a good job in paying homage to some classic nostalgic moments from Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z through a lot of scenes and flashbacks including technique recreations that We fans have lived through our experience as we watched Dragon Ball Super deliver these moments though however some vary in terms of quality.
Goku's first battle against Frieza is ICONIC, but it only turned out that way because there was a entire arc of buildup. This could be a nice way to wrap up the series, especially that most story arcs in the anime also involved the mystical dragon. Fans will have to tune in to the episode to see what comes next, and thankfully watching Dragon Ball Super has never been easier.
Just go back and watch the episode 61 of Future Trunks gaining a new transformation when goku and vegeta fail to deal with the villains Goku Black and Zamasu and tell ME they didn't have to do some absolute bullcrap powerup to make Trunks seem relevant to the current scaling right there.
At this point in Super's life cycle, bad or at the very least minimalistic episodes are practically a necessity to make sure good episodes turn out alright. But with the lack of final boss defeats in Dragon ball Super, that theme isn't as resonant. The Mightiest Warriors Assemble!!" and is scheduled to air on May 21. In Episode 91, Gohan displays enough power Grand Priest in the training match to hold his own against Son Goku.
I can easily watch the original series or read the original manga but this to me was a such a Major failure to live up to those previous titles in many categories that I'm surprised it even got finish by 131 episodes later. Fans of the Dragon Ball franchise were eagerly waiting for the story to continue upon the release of Dragon Ball Super's first couple of arcs but were instead greeted by the start to a long remake of Battle of Gods and Fukkatsu no F.
His interaction with Future Trunks after not seeing him in a very long time was really too brief but also way too carefree and yes I'm aware gohan has a completely different to that of future trunks but I felt gohan could show at least more concern and urgency regarding future trunk's presence again another inconsistency of gohan's character shown here which he then later regrets when he finds out the real predicament later concerning future trunks.
I have no idea why his treatment in his writing has been cheapen, simply put I believe they just did not know what to do with him, by far the only thing that l liked was how he got gohan to reconnect back to basic with his power back in the buu arc but even that was not well written if all he had to do was scold gohan.
With all that being said just because the start of the anime was terrible doesn't mean it should be ignored as powerhouse animation directors like Yuya Takahashi and Naotoshi Shida eventually show up and blow everyone's heads off with their effort. I will go in depth with my overall thoughts about Dragon ball Super taking in some account the manga as well.
Gods in anime are nothing new in dragonball, hell not even in anime in general since they have been around for a long time. I would not care about him along most of the characters in the tournament of power once its done its already an after thought and considering he is supposedly the last obstacle in the arc of super is just lame to me.