In the new Ark of Dragon Ball Super, Goku and Vegeta are facing the strongest enemy ever since planet Earth is getting stronger with each passing moment. Arc fan has been a big flashback for fans because Goku and Vegeta are fighting for the life of the new Planet name, and it compared some of the most famous arcs of the entire franchise. Naturally, this means that fans are comparing new villains with Frieza.
The latest chapter of the series takes that connection one step further as the plans of Freeza and Moro are the same. Gathering Dragon Balls from the village bring their strategies closer together.
In Chapter 47 of the series, Goku and Vegeta are hiding from Moro because they defeated them and removed them from all their kites. Both are hoping that by hiding in a remote area, they will have some time before doing Moro spots. It is here that Waza makes a direct connection between two villains because he mentions that Moro is going to the village and is destroying them in hopes of finding Dragon Balls.
They are hoping that Moro will pass through the other Namchian villages, which makes their hiding even more frightening, but soon it is known that Moro can understand the power of Dragon Balls themselves and find them long ago. This original name is a major deviation from the Ark because it never had the capability in the Freeze.
This current arc series has been an introspection for vegetables because it has been compelled to face its past time and time. He not only repents for the slaughter of Namchians in the arc but also an ex-Freedom soldier because he had fought Moro. This is another connection to bonding Moro in the past, but it is still in the air whether Moro will be remembered as a freeze or not.
Although Moro and Frei’s strategies share parallels, Goku and Waza will definitely not be able to overtake Moro, the way they did the funeral eventually. The Dragon Ball Super currently runs its English dub on Adult Swim during 11:00 pm on Saturday, the Toonami programming block. It is also available for streaming on Funimation and Amazon Video. The Japanese language release of the series is complete and is now available for streaming on the FunimationNOW and Crunchyroll. There are chapters in the manga which can be read for free at the present Viz Media.