Fans generally have bad opinions and latch on to anything they can meme, make videos about or get "hype" about. All tend to be very flimsy, surface level drivel. When just a well-animated fight can galvanize the entire fanbase (the last 2 episodes of Super) even though the narrative is absolute trash, then you don't have a very discerning fanbase.Regarder wrote: ↑Thu Jul 25, 2019 1:48 pmI think it says something when the sign of a bad Dragonball villain is when they act just like a Dragonball villain. It says that the series has been around for such a long time that the older fans want it to reinvent itself to be fresh, rather than just safely play out the same script for a whole new generation of fans.
Moro, as he's been written thus far, is a bad villain. Moro, also, is nothing like what canon Dragonball villains tend to be. Toriyama has a formula, but Moro is outside of that. Moro has been like a Toei villain for the vast majority of his screentime. The only thing he's done to differentiate himself from the typical Toei villain is wish to free all the criminals instead of wishing for immortality.
I'm waiting to see where this goes to justify making that wish.