- Oct 29, 2017
Just telling it how it is for me
He was always goofy both as a child and in Z but I feel they made him a little too goofy in Super. It's almost to the point where he's like mentally handicapped, but I will admit this tone did bring some laughs when dealing with Beerus like Goku's interactions with Grand Zeno and seeing Beerus sweat the entire time.
Toriyama's Goku wasn't on scene much since by Z, he was a plot device. We barely saw how Goku acted in normal life where the world wasn't at stake every five minutes. By the time he did fight, things already went to hell and his friends were either dead or dying. And even Toriyama's Goku had childish moments, like in the Resurrection 'F' movie where he treated fighting Frieza like a game and got into a fight with Vegeta about who got to fight him.I think the actual thing people take issue with Goku's Super characterization is how childish he can sometimes comes across.
Toriyama's Goku is dumb, goofy, thoughtless, fight obsessed, and crazy reckless, but he's never felt particularly childish to me. Uh, as an adult anyway. Kid Goku is obviously childish.
The episodes will just release weekly. Also, we're still a couple of months away from Goku and Jiren's first fight.
I'd be down for more Broly-tier movies for sure.