Super Dragon Ball Heroes gave fans of the Akira Toriyama franchise some epic moments, such as the return of Super Saiyan 4 after a while. In addition to its numerous positive facts, the commercial anime has some obvious flaws. Let's find out which ones.

Each episode of Super Dragon Ball Heroes typically lasts between eight and ten minutes, including the opening. This isn't necessarily a flaw, but it would take up more space on a job like Dragon Ball. The solution could be to publish fewer episodes longer duration.

The consequences also seem to be separated from each otheras if they were part of different sagas sometimes. For example, sometimes one episode ends in one way and the next picks up on an entirely different event, leaving multiple issues open. Super Dragon Ball Heroes tries to tell its events in the best possible way, but the short time available does not allow the audience to analyze the plot.

The commercial anime focuses more on the main characters of the franchise's "real" timeline if it could be granted instead more space for the time patrol and the xeno warriors.

Hearts, Fuu, Cumber, and the other antagonists of the Super Dragon Ball Heroes deserve to be canonized so they can tell better their background. In fact, these characters are only highlighted for their power, leaving out their narrative side entirely.

Fan service is one of the show's strengths, but for fans There is not enough time to enjoy these events. The return of Super Saiyan 4 or the appearance of Trunks Super Saiyan God deserve entire episodes dedicated to them. Gogeta and Vegetto collide in the festive episode of Super Dragon Ball Heroes.

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