As much as many of us hate to admit it, Super's animation will likely never be up to par with other shonen animes such as My Hero Academia, Hunter x Hunter, or the previously mentioned One Punch Man. This is exactly why certain Episodes was so terribly rushed; the series' schedule collapsed on the animators and they had to turn in tons of sloppy work to even get the episode to air on time.
He has gone through a rocky road still as his writing in the show feels very conflicted which did not favour a lot with some fans and understandably so, His Involvement in Super through a lot of the series run time was becoming a joke at this point and it started to annoy me greatly as the aspect of his character was for the most part was being brushed aside by his own career prospect didn't even do much for himself in the plot of multiple arcs which purposefully made him be on the sideline, not to mention that nearly being killed by frieza only to be save by his mentor and friend piccolo for the 50th time was jarring just to create some tension for that arc that was already badly written and showed regression in his character to the point where he was below his own power when he was a teenager back then when he first unlocked his SSJ transformation for the first time, while also wearing what some fans call his worst design the green jump tracksuit (which I honestly didn't mind).
Goku's first battle against Frieza is ICONIC, but it only turned out that way because there was a entire arc of buildup. This could be a nice way to wrap up the series, especially that most story arcs in the anime also involved the mystical dragon. Fans will have to tune in to the episode to see what comes next, and thankfully watching Dragon Ball Super has never been easier.
If you look at the best looking episodes, they often have very large talented staffs with great supervisors and storyboard artists, are viewed by Toei as important and hyped up episodes, and have many more weeks of time given to work on them than a lesser episode.
He is also One of the more interesting characters in the show as he tends to hold in balance a lot of morals and choices throughout the entire show. "Dragon Ball Super" Episode 92 Spoilers And Airdate: This episode is titled "Emergency! Goku faces off against the God of Destruction, a powerful supernatural being, who is very eager to defeat him to fulfil a prophecy.
At first it I found it underwhelming and he had at times some hit and misses here and there but then his music started to pick up a bit more in the later arcs which we got some pretty good standout tracks that at times while being overplayed were put in at some of the right moments.
With this review I could go on but one thing I do need to mention and that There is as usual, going to be more dragon ball content going forward for a long while but I have honestly lost interest for many of its arc in super as it has left me deflated in how much bad certain things went in and out of this, and the Dbs manga changes don't really effect to much of the changes that great of a deal either being as it may.
The Beginning of Dragon Ball Super from an animation and art style standpoint I felt was it's biggest thing working against it. Coming out the gate looking look the hottest of garbage is the worst thing you can do for a first impressions for any series.
The first 2 of the actual series that are new villains and the only ones that should be considered as such from episode 47 (sorry, but neither beerus, frieza, Jiren or champa counted for me as true villains) i felt both Zamasu and Black was a mix bag which I loved but also hated.
VRV also has the entire series subbed; the subtitles for those episodes covered by the dub are Goku Black Zamasu still those provided by Toei for the simulcast, rather than the Funimation-Simmons subtitles on the home release. There is also what I'm going to be referring to as "bank animation", which is basically animation that is recycled to be used across multiple episodes, as a lot of people have noticed that tactic being used recently in Super.