Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Goku Black's final form revealed

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Goku Black's final form revealed

Super Dragon Ball Heroes

The Super Dragon Ball Heroes promotional anime series reached its 38th episode episode on September 15th and the final form of Goku Black was also revealed within it.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: The Return by Goku Black

The character in question, who appeared for the first time as an enemy in Dragon Ball Super, is back in the scenes of the promotional anime regardless of the official continuity to get rid, of course, of all those Goku scattered in different dimensions.

The return of the villain has also been peppered with a new mode, a new transformation that adds to his repertoire of the Super Saiyan Rosè (the result of a divinity in the body of a Saiyan that exceeds the limit of the Super Saiyan God), and is defined as the final form of the character as it is also officially baptized as Super Saiyan Rosè Full Power.

Despite the great and enormous power configured in the discount ro and after also absorbing the universal energy, the new Black Goku is defeated again this time at the hands of the merger between Goku and Vegeta which marks the return of Gogeta Super Saiyan Blue (appeared for the first time in Dragon Ball Super: Broly) strong even the Evolution variant.

The episode number 38 of Super Dragon Ball Heroes, part of the New Space-Time War narrative arc of the Big Bang Mission, was screened by Namco Bandai on September 15th and is titled “ The showdown in the Copy Universe! Clash between blue and scarlet “. We can watch it below:

The promotional anime of Super Dragon Ball Super currently consists of 38 episodes and the anime began on July 1, 2018 under the production of Toei Animation directed by Hiroyuki Sakurada and character design by Tadayoshi Yamamuro. Find the first season dubbed in Italian by the fans in this article.

The anime series is currently facing the New Space-Time War story arc.

The manga of Super Dragon Ball Heroes in Italy

The manga version of Super Dragon Ball Heroes debuted in Italy for S tar Comics on May 26, 2021. The manga is made by Yoshitaka Nagayama and you can buy the first volume here on Amazon. Don't miss it if you are in love with the infinite universe of Dragon Ball.

In the meantime, we invite you to join our review of the first volume here.

Star Comics also published the second issue on 23 June 2021 (you can buy it here on Amazon) and the third is available on July 21, 2021 (get it here). Below is a synopsis:

After using the time machine, Trunks meets the Kaioshin of Time and join the Temporal Patrol. But what does the Dark Demonic World have to do with the anomalies found in space-time?

Dragon Ball Heroes Drops References to GT in Latest Episode

Super Dragon Ball Heroes has been a dream for fans of the original sequel series to Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, with the spin-off making reference to the events of the series that take place outside of the making continuity of the franchise on a regular basis. With the anime series taking the opportunity to bring back the transformation of Super Saiyan 4 via Goku and Vegeta from the Time Patrol, the latest episode of the Space-Time War made sure to add not one, but two big references to the series that reverted Goku to his younger days.

Over the course of this latest episode of Super Dragon Ball Heroes, Goku and Vegeta found themselves struggling against the power of Goku Black and his Super Saiyan 3 Rose transformation. With the likes of Freeza, Cooler, and Cumber joining the fray, Goku Black decided to take things up a notch and introduce Omega Shenron, the final opponent of Goku and Vegeta in the last episodes of Dragon Ball GT. With the Goku and Vegeta of that timeline becoming Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta, they were able to defeat this evil version of the Eternal Dragon but clearly weren't able to stop him from being brought back in the universe of Dragon Ball Heroes.

On top of the return of Omega Shenron, one Dragon Ball fan, Renaldo Saiyan, was able to spot an Easter Egg that links Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta to the young version of Goku in Dragon Ball GT who was attempting to collect the Dark Dragon Balls in order to save the universe and hopefully restore himself back to normal:

One of the biggest draws of the introduction of this new spin-off anime was the idea that the story can go anywhere, bringing back not only elements and characters from the Grand Tour, but villains and heroes that only appeared in the Dragon Ball Z franchise, both in the television series and movies alike. With the likes of Cooler and Bojack being introduced as pawns of Fuu, it's clear that even dead characters have the ability to return in the spin-off. 

What did you think of these Grand Tour references in the latest episode of Dragon Ball Heroes? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of Dragon Ball. 

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