Cool to see the prison. Prisoners don't look great, but I didn't expect them to. Still not as bad as the fodder from the previous arc. I got pretty excited to see a bad Metalman.
The wish didn't really meet my expectations, but I think it works. While it's clear that Moro doesn't actually care about the personal well-being of his allies (Cranberry), his decision to rely on their teamwork works well coming off of the Tournament of Power. Moro's energy manipulation continues to get mileage here with beefing up fodder. The increase in length of Moro's beard after sharing power was nice attention to detail (I thought it was an error at first...). Looking forward to see what comes of this.
Not looking forward to reading about reactions to Vegeta's ""character regression"" in this chapter, despite the fact that he immediately goes against what he says. He wants to atone for his sins on Namek, but he's still allowed to be frustrated. Vegeta is allowed to be Vegeta. He acknowleges that magic and tricky techniques aren't his style, but he understands that there might not be another option.
Teleporting to the Galactic King's bathroom was pretty great.
If Vegeta only learns teleportation from Yardrat, okay. There's potential for more if Toyo/Tori remembered. It took Goku a year to learn teleportation, but Vegeta has come much further as a martial artist since then.
Regardless, we've been getting some pretty decent cliff-hangers lately.
This French tweet
explains that Moro and Saganbo's name puns are likely based on seafood like Jaco and Merus:
jplaya2023 wrote: ↑
Fri Jul 19, 2019 11:47 am
Why is boo "tired" he never gets that way unless he's fighting himself so it seems some plotholes have occurred again. shocking
Boo vs Beerus in Battle of Gods.