Cipher wrote: ↑
Sat Oct 17, 2020 8:10 am
Shineman wrote: ↑
Fri Oct 16, 2020 3:56 pm
Thanks man! Always coming in with that information. Huh... interesting to see that coloring are done by colorist teams. I always assumed that the creator does that at some point in the future, but based on what provided, it doesn't seems to be the case (similar to the colorist team in the United States for Marvel and DC).
You said that there often inconsistencies with colors for characters in the manga (and I can imagine some in the original manga run). Where there cases of characters having completely different colors between the two mediums (anime and manga)?
specifically? Since the coloring tends to take its cues from the anime unless Toyotaro has done something different in a volume cover, there aren't many. However, color Super does give present-day child Trunks blue hair, as opposed to the anime's purple. (Likely prompted by Trunks' blue hair on the volume covers.) Tenshinhan also keeps his Battle of Gods outfit colors in the colored edition of the manga's Tournament of Power, likely taking cues from the Volume 9 cover.
And yet there are deviations from Toyotaro's own colored work--a completely different shade used for Super Saiyan Blue from either Toyotaro's own self-colored art or the anime, for example. Rather infamously, what are normal-colored scraps of clothing hovering around Ultra Instinct in Toyotaro's colored artwork are also colored as flecks of aura in Volumes 8 and 9.
Very interesting... It's cool to see how colors differs in these medium and even from Toyotaro himself. Thanks again for taking the time to answer these questions for me! Much appreciated.
Based on the summary alone, I don’t have any major issues with this development. Goku doesn’t kill people when they’re down (at least, not after the 23rd tournament arc, but I’m pretty sure Goku never kill defeated opponents before that either). Goku was tick off when Vegeta killed Butta and Recoome even though they were no longer a threat and unable to battle any longer. The only time he doesn’t showcase this kind of mercy is when the opponent is either beyond hope or extremely dangerous and doesn’t see the value of keeping them around (Cell, Bebi, Zamasu, Omega). Clearly, he seen something with Moro that “hey, if you train and didn’t steal people’s strength, you wouldn’t been in this situation.”
I think that was highlighted with the Senzu Bean situation. Moro was practically humiliated, and Goku practically condemns him for stealing other people’s power instead of using his own, then telling him to train—after despite being fully heal, it didn’t do anything to Goku. I would like to think that Moro is attempting to prove to Goku that training doesn’t mean anything as long he can take a powerful skill, seen in the case with Merus—and yet, here he is, subjecting himself to his own destruction because, oops, he didn’t bother actually doing effort. He’s proving Goku’s point—and he won’t let that stand. At least… that’s how I got from that scene anyways.
I wouldn’t be surprised if one thing or the other, the finale arc just go rogue and Moro become a black-hole sort of thing as consequences. Or Vegeta coming in and spirit fission him out of there, since Moro is raging hard at Goku right now, and no longer focus on anything else.
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