He also said he likes to give side characters some spotlight and make them usefull so we know how that went last chapter.sintzu wrote:He said his favorite was Goku so him treating Vegeta better than the anime does has to do with good writing and balancing his role with Goku's.Whatever wrote:,Toyotaro is treating Vegeta better due to his favoritism of him.
Despite all he's given Vegeta, he still made sure to give just as much if not more to Goku, the difference between how he and Toei write Goku is that he doesn't force him down our throats. In some cases like here, less is more.
Toei forces Goku down our throats but he does the same with Vegeta.
He even made that 1/10 power rule in the Champa arc(which btw its never brought up again)as an attemt to make Vegeta not look pathetic when he lost against Hit since its clear that Toriyama's outline at this point wanted Goku to be 10 time stronger than Vegeta.
Lets not forget the focus he got during the FT arc out of the 3 despite having the least connection to the plot and villain,including Vegeta 1 shotting 2 Merged Zamasus while battle damaged while the stronger MSSB Goku could barely handle one.
First time we see Gohan after BOG(and that one side story with FT)we do not see him interacting with Piccolo or Goku but with Vegeta.
After 17 bonds with Goku,guess who interacts with?Maybe his sister?His brother in law?Maybe Piccolo who was the Z fighter he interacted the most during Z?
Nope it just had to be Vegeta again.
I am sure i am not the first one you heard this before.
Vegeta was pretty much the MC in AF.Michsi wrote:
To be honest, I'd avoid being honest when answering this question, too. Specifically to divert the 'fanboy' criticism. Makes Vegeta's importance feel genuine instead of character favoritism. Goku is the safest answer, because he is supposed to be the star of the show.
How was he treating these characters in his fancomic?