And if TOEI Animation's choice to reproduce the history of Broly and the past of the Saiyan race on the big screen were nothing but a choice properly studied in the face of the new Dragon Ball Super? And why do Akira Toriyama and Toyotaro mark that person's accent?

For a good first part of the Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie, TOEI animation She bothered to retell Bardak's past, almost as if the study's intentions were theirs emphasize his figure as a father rather than a warrior and remove once and for all prejudices about a distant and careless parent of his own family. What if that choice had an ulterior motive?

Dragon Ball Super Chapter 68 starts with one Granolah flashback, the dream of a memory of that past when his life was turned upside down by a violent siege. We see a young Granolah, probably still a child, who runs towards a building to hide from these huge beings in the form of huge monkeys. Suddenly an oozaru leans out of a crack in the roof to look inside: it is Bardak, from what can be seen from the iconic scar.

In order to leave no room for misunderstanding, even the trailer for Chapter 68 of Dragon Ball Super lingers on this scar for a brief moment and colors it red, as if to underline the crucial role this person plays in the story. However, if you think carefully about why Granolah is still alive even though he was completely caught by one of those Saiyajins razing his planet? This Bardak made a conscious decision to see his own son di in this little cerelean spare him his life and remove him from the battlefield How will he later protect Kakaratoh from Freeza's plans? A connection that in this narrative arc could drop his father's legacy on Goku and, if developed correctly, could even reveal pleasant surprises.

We just have to wait for the next chapters to know how Toyotaro and Toriyama are going to develop this new saga that promises to be exciting and exciting. As for you, what do you think of this hypothesis instead? Let us know with a comment below.

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