Pardon, but do you really this is all on Toyotaro and Toriyama has zero influence on it? Cuz I don't believe on that, then Toriyama has failed as much as him.emperior wrote:This such a shame because I never expected Toyotaro to produce a chapter that ignores what was written in the past by Toriyama and completely fails to represent its characters.
Why? Sure the chapter was terrible, but this scene was okay, I guess.Doctor. wrote:Champa's goodbye was awful. Completely overblown on his part and Beerus' reaction I would say is out of character.
Not at all. In the original Japanese version, the concept of "Heart of the Cards" is touched on in the first episode, but largely not referred to since. However, it is frequently said that since you put all of your feelings into building your Deck, it can be relied on to help you win.TKA wrote:Firstly, "Heart of the Cards" is some made-up 4Kids bullshit that has no bearing in the actual original story Kazuki Takahashi created. In his story, they're just cardboard. Secondly, spirituality has always been a part of Dragon Ball. Thirdly, this is Toyotaro's manga, not Toriyama's.
And this manga is drawn by Toyotaro from Toriyama outlines, is not like is 100% his ideas on it.
Yes it does. In the original work a great increase in power also meant a big increase on speed, if Jiren is stronger than time itself I don't see how Roshi could dodge any of is punches.Meshack wrote:I just don’t understand how people think Kame-Sennin dodging Jiren means he got some crazy power up. I didn’t know dodging required great strength lol
That cracked me up more than the GIF you're using as avatarKokonoe wrote:I really cannot praise the Master Roshi bit enough, like it felt like I was reading Dragon Ball again. It really saved the chapter and is gonna be a memorable moment for the series for sure.