perucho1990 wrote:I dont understand why Yashima did the storyboard for episode 115, add also Kitano animation, did Toei forget how much of a failure episode 33 was when both men worked together that time?
And yes Yashima should never storyboard ever again, its not his strength.
The director was the same one from episode 93 and 99, so it wasnt really his fault.
Anyways Kalefla is done next week.
Wasn't episode 33 Goku vs. Botamo? If so, oh man, that really was a recipe for disaster. This was probably not the episode to try the Yashima/Kitano combo again.
Artorias wrote:The single biggest problem with this episode is that literally every single fight they cut away to was more exciting than the main event Goku vs. Kefla. And I think I speak for most of the fandom when I say that. When all is said and done, we will have spent FOUR EPISODES IN A ROW on this Goku vs. Kale/Caulifla/Kefla fight. FOUR WEEKS of this stuff. That would be excessive for a fight we actually deeply cared about, let alone this nonsense.
Agreed. When 30 seconds of Namekian action is more engaging than your main fight, something has gone wrong somewhere (storyboarding, as it seems to be in this instance).
JazzMazz wrote:The worst thing about this fight is, its not going to lead into anything. At the end of it, Goku's just going to go back to being tired and "vulnerable" like he 4 episodes ago. That means we're probably going to have to repeat this whole recover bullshit all over again.
This the basic narrative equivalent of the multiple incursions to the future in the sense one of those times probably could have been skipped. Instead of going to the future too many times, its instead Goku getting his stupid third wind.
Yeah, I feel they really screwed up the narrative structure of this part of the arc. I feel it would have worked better if it happened like:
1.) Hit sacrifices himself to freeze Jiren in place temporarily
2.) Various characters (Cabba, Vegeta, Gohan, etc.) have fights while Goku rests to regain his strength
3.) After a bunch of stuff with the others happens, Caulifla and Kale then challenge Goku
Would have made for a more interesting narrative and removed the repetition.
"If you notice this and understand that it's flawed and just don't let it bother you, that's perfectly fine. But enjoying a flawed movie and calling a movie flawless are two completely different things."
-Adam from YourMovieSucksDOTorg
(Replace "movie" with "DBS episode" and that's pretty much my thoughts in regards to DBS critique)