That's crazy that people will report you just for having a differing opinion.
That's BS. Look at Lord Beerus for example
. He almost always has things mainly positive to say about each and every episode in Super, yet he never gets any complaints. Why? Because he doesn't attack or hastily generalize people that disagree with him as "haters" like you do.
No where did I spam. I didn't even post in this thread until page 5. And i didn't post again until this page, where my last post had been on page 8 or 9.
Again, BS. Look at Asura
Asura wrote:There are a total of 209 replies in the thread, and you have 30 of them. You alone count for 14.3% of all posts in the thread, and you're only one person. That's insane, man. Furthermore, yeah, you have been spamming. When you make the same post over and over again, that's spamming. Just look at how many posts you've made that are just random positive comments all over the internet, or how many posts you've made that are just you mentioning how overwhelmingly positive the reception to this episode was.
Yes, you have been double and triple posting in this thread.
I'm not making generalizations. You can see the consensus. I don't care about validation either. I wouldn't care if I was the only one who liked an episode. That wouldnt change my opinion.
So you can look over every opinion on the internet (which is impossible) and say "this episode has overwhelmingly positive reception", but you can't even tell you been double/triple posting and spamming in this thread? Again, BS.
Back to the main topic, one thing I do like about Goku's Ultra Instinct is how some of his techniques have been his own re-imagination of Hit's techniques. Case and point, the air punch he inflicted on Kefla is very similar to the move Hit used to kill Goku in episode 71. And the move Goku used on Jiren in this episode (shown in this gif
) is strikingly similar to Hit's Time-Skip.
Another interesting parallel is how this is similar to Luffy's Gear Fourth techniques in One Piece being his own re-imagination of the Rokushiki techniques from the CP9 agents. And a third parallel is that Hit and CP9 are both assassins.
This is probably me looking to deep into something that is just a huge coincidence, but it's still interesting to point out.