Toyotaro with Dragon Ball Super he certainly succeeded in fully resuming Akira Toriyama's legacy, though it had innumerable flaws. Add to this the innumerable criticisms of fans who are not satisfied with some developments in the sagas that are too similar to the narrative arcs of Dragon Ball Z.

The Molo saga was originally created with the intention of reviving a franchise that was too tied to the past, but over time, even the final arc has begun to mimic already familiar situations. The wizard's transformations, the death of someone dear to Goku, and his resulting power-up are all scenes already seen in the time of Freeza which of course was also noticed by fans with a hint of disappointment.

Chapter 64 also continued on the same line. Just think of Goku who is strong at it Conversion to Ultra Complete Instinctwho fights Molo in much the same way as his epic battle on Namek against the Emperor of Evil. In fact, by the end of the news itself, you can see Toyotaro's obvious attempt to simulate the scenes, even if only from the perspective of perspectives and footage previously edited by Akira Toriyama.

And you, instead, what do you think of these tables, is it a tribute or a lack of originality? As usual, let us know what you think about this with a comment in the appropriate field below.

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