Dragon Ball Super It has returned to be a trend on social networks after the publication of chapter 94 of the manga. Toyotaro continues with the “Super Hero” saga, where passages from the film of the same name are adapted. There, Piccolo tricks Gohan into getting him back into shape, just like in previous years.
Let’s remember that all the z fighters, with the exception of Goku and Vegeta, relaxed upon returning from the Tournament of Power. Kakarot and the prince of the Saiyans faced Moro and Granola on strange planets, while Gohan finished his research on insects at the university.
But the time for peace is over. The Red Patrol is on its feet once again and has a creature with enormous destructive power in an incubator. We refer to Cell Max, an android created by Dr. Hedo, one of the successors of Dr. Gero, who created the first androids.
Piccolo’s plan in action
The Namekian knows that the strongest Saiyans are out of the equation, since they are on Beerus’s planet training, so he needs a powerful fighter by his side to face Cell. However, Gohan is out of shape and hasn’t trained in a long time.
For this reason, he tricks Magenta into kidnapping Pan in order to lure Gohan to the battle arena. Knowing all this, Goku’s son goes to meet Pan and is surprised that Hedo had created two powerful androids who believe they are superheroes: Gamma 1 and Gamma 2.
“You were glad I came, huh?” Piccolo comments to Bread. “Yeah, but that guy is strong. Can dad win?” the little girl replies, referring to Gamma 1, who sends Gohan to the basement of the Red Patrol laboratories with a single blow.
That’s when Piccolo reveals the reason why the current version of Gohan can’t win against this android: “It’s impossible. Let’s hope that Gohan recovers his fighting sense and wakes up in this fight, “adds the namekian.
Remember that you can read chapter 94 of the Dragon Ball Super manga in Spanish on the portal Plus Sleeve from Shueisha. You should read the episodes on the opening day, since little by little they are disappearing from the web.
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