With the release of the 20th volume of manga from Dragon Ball great The long and tormented saga of Granolah the Survivor has come to an end, and the short high school superhero adventure of Goten and Trunks has made its paper debut. However, changes were also made regarding the last sentence spoken by one of the heeters.
A few hours after the release of the series' new tankobon in Japan, some of the additional information related to the special supplements was released, including unpublished illustrations and comments shared by Toyotaro and the readers who had read the chapters at the time of the MangaPlus release -Application did not miss the change in the parting words spoken by Gas.
Little Heeter turned out to be an extremely dangerous threat, and the only one who could stop him was Black Freeza, who showed up by surprise, leaving Goku and Vegeta stunned, unable to do anything about gas, not even by exploiting it the abilities of Ultra Instinct and Ultra Ego. Gas has tried in every possible way to prove himself a valid ally of Elec, the leader of the Heeters, only to be vilified and insulted.
In response to the last serious insult, Gas had shouted: "I will kill you' addressed to Freeza, while now in the paper version and therefore definitive of the chapter these words have been replaced by 'I'm not useless“. A bitter ending made even sadder by this reinterpretation of the joke. And what do you think of this change? Tell us in the comments.
Before we say goodbye, we leave you with the beautiful Easter egg that appeared in the last chapter of the Dragon Ball Super manga.
DBS Volume 20 contains a dialogue change from serialization (cerealization?), changing Gas' last words from "I'll kill you!". to "I'm not useless!" after Elec talks down to him just before rushing Freeza. https://t.co/JzbH3LGmnY— Ian (@Cipher_db) March 4, 2023