From the spoilers I thought that this chapter was going to be disappointing, but I was pleasantly surprised at how awesome it was.
I think that the most surprising thing about this chapter is that it felt like Krillin and Tien had more of effect on the plot and tournament then their anime counter-parts who actually fought and eliminated someone did... even if it was indirectly. But with that said, I think that Toyo could have still been given them something to do, if the limited pages and once-per-month allowed him to that is. I understand that the scheduling, page numbers, and plot points can limit what he can really do and (and it is definitely going to feel less detailed in comparison to the anime, which gets to air 30-minute episodes 4-times a month) . It was a little weird seeing seeing Frost just eliminate them like that.
But, the thing about Frost is... he was fucking awesome this chapter, and I did not expect him to be so cool. And I love how Toyo also used as the rest of the fighters as well. There was actual tension in this chapter in comparison a lot of the anime, which isn't saying much considering that they lack it most of the time. Preserving stamina actually seems to be a major factor in the manga, and shows from Gohan almost powering up at the risk of using all of his energy, to fight Universe 9...only for Frieza to fool Frost into using all of his stamina at the promise the he will take care of the rest. And the way he gained his trust was just so evil and mean, that I wouldn't expect from anyone else.
Another negative however is that Universe 9's erasure did not really have any impact, which I think that the anime did better. It helps that the anime has a lot more time to dedicate to add details that were not given by Toriyama. We got the time to see their god of destruction and 3 main fighters before the tournament, and as much as I am meh on the anime, they definitely did that right. But universe 9 still did good this chapter. I think that Toyo has really good pacing, and everything feels energetic and lively. I must say that Toyo has really become better as time goes on. As a plus, he has become bolder, and it shows in this chapter, and the previous chapters during and after Goku's fight with merged Zamasu. He went from an artist who had a simple, modernness, gestural db art style that I just so happened to adore, to becoming a story-teller that I enjoy