I'm pretty sure some trolls will come accusing you of getting on one side when this comment doesn't say anime is better ...UI Peter wrote: ↑Tue Oct 13, 2020 3:07 amAfter reading these last few chapters of the Moro saga and rereading the DBS manga as a whole, its dawned on me just how awful and unimaginative of a writer Toyotaro really is. Its like he has no real grasp of how to carry a plot or develop a character and often just imitates and repeats things from Z in a shallow way. When comparing his version of Super's arcs to the anime, he often starts out in a more interesting way but halfway makes things worse, especially the ToP arc. This guy is clearly not capable of carrying the franchise after Toriyama.
in fact in general it is the other way around ... or at least it was when the anime was ahead I remember many said that the anime had ruined the personality of A 18 become to nami (one piece) for obsessing over money ... aww but when the manga did, so it okay right?Matches Malone wrote: ↑Tue Oct 13, 2020 9:26 amI'm also surprised of people calling out the manga for things the anime also does, sometimes even worse. When it comes to Toyotaro, I've been a very vocal supporter of him, but at this point even I have to admit he's not doing a good job. With the exception of the BOG movie, Modern DB as a whole has been a train wreck, and Toyotaro isn't the only one to blame for it.
the errors they have are the same as regards the script but with notable differences
even BoG there are notable differences If you have seen the manga version BoG eliminates all the development that the film and the series had with goku, vegeta and beerus so much so that goku and beerus do not have dialogues or the chemistry they had in their fight or the scene where beerus seems to be training with goku does not exist the battle was just grunts or noises