- Oct 25, 2017
Expected. Super is fossilized already.
April 2021 we in there?Actually, Digimon replacing Kitaro is kind of good news because it means Dai, a series that is going to run for up to 3 years, is not going to be in the DB time slot.
with one exception Digimon series all run for one year, so the slot will be back up for grabs next year most likely. Personally I think the best case scenario would be a summer 2021 DBS movie and Digimon running for anywhere from 18-24 months and then being followed by Dragon Ball Super.
No matter what happens I think it is important to keep in mind that this is good news because it means we might not have to wait till 2023 or later for DB's return to TV.
Nah, I doubt it comes back that early. Sure it could happen, but i really think the movie comes first. I can't see DB coming back to TV any earlier than 2022, but I would LOVE to be wrong. I think the most likely situation should Digimon run a year is that a non DB show takes the slot for another year or so.
Wasn't Digimon tri supposed to take the spot Super ended up taking after Kai or something like that?Life is pain.
Who the fuck would have thought the anime from my childhood that would be taking Kitaro's place when its run came to an end... WAS DIGIMON.
Do we have an episode count for this Digimon series? I have my all my fucking cours marked down on the calendar and need to know which ones to cross out.
Nah, I doubt it. Tri is clearly made for an older fanbase. It'd never fit in Super's morning timeslot.
Seriously, this part of the story is something even they could be involved in. But blah, blah, lame excuse for the kids.
You know we don all argued about these points so much I don’t got it in meI really can't blame Toyo for not giving a damn about Goten and Trunks.
I mean, yeah, from a story perspective it's dumb that they always sit out, but its not like we're missing much. They're worthless individually and Gotenks's schtick would just be old at this point.
No, real Yamcha.
Their time to die?
Let's be real, this chapter could easily be expanded into 4 episodes worth of content in a typical manga based anime.
A lot has happened though. Moro started conquering planets, Goku and Vegeta started training, 7-3 and others came to earth and fought, Moro's reason for coming to Earth was set up, Merus's origin was revealed, Vegeta got a power boost, 2 months passed, a full scale invasion of Earth started, the main henchman fights are started and Moro is about to join the fight. It's not really that different from the pace of a Z arc.
I'm pretty sure Trunks and Goten getting sidelined is mostly due to some Toriyama guideline. Don't forget Toei pushed them quite a bit in their original stories in the first half of Super (they also had a big marketing presence and were even added to RoF) and even they gave up towards the 2nd half of the show.
If you include the anime, there's the time he beat up some of the otherworld tournament fighters in the Buu Saga.