Dragon Ball: The eternal debate about the best form of Super Saiyan continues

From the time of Dragon Ball Z We have seen numerous clashes between fans over the best form of Super Saiyan ever seen in the franchise created by Akira Toriyama, and today, more than 30 years after the manga was first released, with the new transformations in Dragon Ball Super die Discussion go on.

When that was shown for the first time Super SaiyanThis warrior, capable of unleashing power and asserting himself against Lord Freeza, had achieved impressive fanfare, both for Toriyama's ability to create that aura of mystery and interest among readers for both the design that radically changed Goku's usual appearance.

To insert other characters that were up to the Z warriors, we saw two more transformations, the SSJ2 and SSJ3, both justified as a necessary upgrade to save the planet earth and the universe from threats from Cell and Majin Buu. But that's also why the Super Saiyan legend has become less and less relevant.

As we proceeded to the non-canonical Super Saiyan 4 transformation, we saw Goku and then Vegeta become first Super Saiyan God and then Super Saiyan Blue. These are probably the less successful transformations that are based solely on a change in hair color and have few innovations and matches with the texture.

The fans then expressed themselves by suggesting their favorite Super Saiyan employees. Below you will find the answers to the first post by @MoonMonkeyIsle, in which the SSJ4 is defined as the best form. There are also those who joked and showed their sympathy for Black Goku's Super Saiyan Rosé.

And what do you think about it? Do you agree with what has been said or do you prefer the latest transformations more? Let us know with a comment below.

Recall that we recently gave 5 reasons why the SSJ4 should become canonical, and that Goku has received a magnificent collector's statue.

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