Goku is one in the manga and another in the movie “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero”. On May 18, chapter 93 of the manga was published, where an important passage for the current saga was addressed: the moment in which Goku and Vegeta train on Beerus’s planet against Broly. If you don’t remember, these Saiyans did not participate in the fight against Cell Max because Bulma was never able to contact them due to interference.
The chapter begins by showing us a summary of Broly’s sad life, who has had to suffer expulsion from the planet Vegita to Vampa, grow up in an extremely hostile environment without friends, fight against Gogeta and see his father die. All this happened in the 2018 movie, while in the manga it is summarized in a brief three pages.
Meanwhile, Goku tries to calm him down to prevent him from releasing his berserker version, where he loses the ability to speak or negotiate. Vegeta instead decides that he has had enough physical training and they must train their minds. Strange on him, but he learned that meditation can give him much more techniques with the Yardrat during the Moro saga.
The difference between the manga and the movie “Super Hero”
In the manga, Goku is really surprised by Vegeta’s peaceful and calm attitude. “Do you want to help? You’re going to rust there, sitting there forever,” Goku comments as he sees him on the ground. “Quiet, don’t bother me,” Vegeta replies. “Train through meditation! You among so many people? That is new ”, concludes Kakaroto.
In the movie something totally different happens. Goku sees him sitting there and tells him that he’s going to go soft if he just sits there meditating. Next, Vegeta tells him that he is also training, just like Broly, but not his body, but his mind.
Immediately, Goku reacts in surprise and comments that meditation is not a workout. Could it be that Toyotaro is correcting the errors of the Toei Animation movie?
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