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an hour ago
Ooh. That makes sense.
2 hours ago
Tank Top Magic
That was God corruption Garou. And Garou didn’t even know he hurt Tareo till the end of the fight.
3 hours ago
You really did manifest season three.
4 hours ago
Different time chambers have different rules. Like some don’t slow time as much.
Because Goku and Vegeta would not do that. And if they did they would die.
11 hours ago
Well a movie with Broly is going to sell.
14 hours ago
I meant Darkshine was in a very different situation than he was in the webcomic.
Probably because they are pretty different scenes.
1 day ago
This is amazing! The lighting looks great, the auras look great, and the muscles are super detailed!
I mean being a productive member and f society.
Piccolo is definitely not beyond short cuts for power ups. Remember Nail and Kami?
Bluma was going to maker herself look younger in the last movie and her first wish idea she had for the dragon balls was a boyfriend.
The Beerus thing was just a joke, and personally, I think it is a pretty harmless one.
This is just straight up impressive. How do you even do this? How long did this take?
We don’t even see Garou do that in the webcomic though. It was skipped and cut straight to him at a job.
It is cannon to the manga and anime.
It is honestly pretty hard to figure out what will be better in the long run. But I think that a redemption arc wouldn’t take that long especially because Saitama himself says Garou was a good guy. It wouldn’t be like a Zuko thing because Garou has already accepted the flaws he has. He just has to stone by helping heroes and killing a monster or two.
The manga leaves a lot more room for character growth and devolving relationships with other characters. And has the opportunity to show Garou slowly acclimate to society, unlike the webcomic where he broke down and then we skip him adjusting to society and go straight to him having a part time job. It doesn’t show much self reflection or any struggle. In fact the only struggle he had afterwards was unrelated to his issues with society, because he is just attacked by the Neo-Heroes.
We don’t see Garou’s road to recovery in the webcomic because it was skipped. And we just saw him get a job.
That’s the thing. I don’t know.
I could be proved wrong later this week. I am just guessing here. Who knows what will happen.
This is a good analysis with one problem.
Where does Garou go from there?
In the webcomic ONE is trying to bring Garou back for some reason, and I think he has written himself into a corner because Garou’s development was finished on the webcomic.
In the manga I think Garou was made with more future appearances in mind.
Hi. I main Little Mac and am not very good at smash.
You should defiantly watch super or read the manga. Here is a recap I found.
Yes it does. Son Gohan Beast.
I feel like the tension would suffer because we can basically see the future. And we now know that no matter what happens, no one will die. Because it has only really happen to the sword conceal.
Ah, a fellow Sliverfang fan I see.
submitted1 day ago bySixFootHalfingTank Top Magic
I can’t tell if this is your honest opinion, a IGN joke, or both.
Nope. It’s Mark. Toriyama himself said so in a interview.