Monaito's account of the night of the extinction of the planet Cereal, described in chapter 77 of Dragonball Super has generated a lot of reaction from readers, particularly regarding the demeanor of Bardock, the Saiyan warrior father of Goku, which we have only seen in action in a few and specific circumstances.
Of course it was Rescue of Granolah and her mother cereal von Bardock himself to trigger the countless reactions in the social networks, and as you can see from the various posts below, when on the one hand this unique narrative section that was inserted into the series has been recognized by a retrospective, on the other hand some aspects that by may be viewed negatively by some enthusiasts.
The attention given to a character as valued as Baddack excited many, as well as his new hood design that arose from the makeshift farce to send the Heeters away, and the in-depth study of some of his character traits it was positively received by a large part of the community.
Several comments have focused on the resemblance to Goku, viewing it as a mere narrative excuse to bring them closer, or a good gimmick. What do you think about it? Do you think Chapter 77 has it improved or worsened the character of Baddack in any way? As always, let us know in the comments section.
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BRO BLESS THE LATEST CHAPTER.- GamesCage - Hype Guy (@OnTheDownLoTho) October 20, 2021
WE HAVE MORE HISTORY FOR BARDOCK & THE HOODED STYLE LOOKS CLEAN😭👌🏻 pic.twitter.com/K1DFwdksOv
I loved that #DragonBallSuper Chapter. What people don't realize is that Bardock chose to spare THREE people because he was reminded of his wife and son doesn't soften him. It actually gives it more complexity than the OG Bardock. Saiyans are more fascinating with depth. pic.twitter.com/R5Ldazi5Hn- The deleted chronicles and the heart of the adventurers (@HeartofErased) October 20, 2021
THAT is what Goku inherited from his father. Bardock doesn't understand what he's doing because his compassion / kindness is INSTINCTIALLY NOT idealistic. pic.twitter.com/3YV3NpSEOG- Jordan Lee (@JordanLDurham) October 20, 2021
Take a good look at Goku before you bump into his head. He's practically Bardock Junior. Just because he inherited instinctive compassion from his father doesn't mean he is guaranteed to be "good". Bardock wasn't even all that good ... he just had an instinctive need to act on. pic.twitter.com/DVhuX9R2Rx- Jordan Lee (@JordanLDurham) October 17, 2021
THE FAITH IN BARDOCK SUPREMACY pic.twitter.com/jzUfAnMMjp- GamesCage - Hype Guy (@OnTheDownLoTho) October 19, 2021
Crested Bardock😩👌 pic.twitter.com/qzbnbqdzpA- ImNotThatGuy / Spongebob Enthusiast (@LuayYagami) October 20, 2021