After long years of publication, Dragon Ball Super finished Molo's narrative arc, officially called "The Galactic Patrol Prisoner's Bow". It was an intense fight for Goku and Vegeta that led them to develop new techniques or improve existing ones.

After it landed in V-Jump magazine every month with the individual chapters, all of this has also arrived in Japan in a tankobon version with volume 15 of Dragon Ball Super. In the covers that dazzle readers in Japanese comics, there is also what he sees Goku and Molo against each other.

However, as always, Toyotaro draws both an illustration for the dust jacket and an illustration below, creating two images with the same configuration. In this case, too, as with earlier fuel tokens, there is a similar, but at the same time different situation. As you can see below, the envelope on the tape looks yes Molo on the right like the dust jacket, but in lower left are Colonel Kaioshin and very young Uub.

Uub was the top of the scales in the last arc of Dragon Ball Super. His intervention enabled Goku to launch an epoch-making counterattack that eventually destroyed Molo. Hence the band also celebrates the intervention of the future warrior.

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