Dragon Ball Super Manga Launches Super Hero Arc
From Prequel to Feature Film Adaptation
Last year, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero took theaters by storm, and now, the Dragon Ball Super manga has officially begun its adaptation of the feature film. Previously, the manga kicked off a particular prequel arc that led into the events of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, featuring teenage Goten and Trunks in leading roles. With the prequel concluding in the previous chapter, it’s time to delve into the movie’s entire story.
Chapter 91: The Start of the Super Hero Arc
The Super Hero arc in the Dragon Ball Super manga has been officially kickstarted with Chapter 91, which picks up around the beginning of the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie. The manga has revealed some minor changes to keep the story fresh for fans. Dragon Ball Super Chapter 91 is free through Viz Media’s digital Shonen Jump library.
What to Expect in the Super Hero Arc
Dragon Ball Super manga Chapter 91 begins just like the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie, shifting the focus from Goten and Trunks to Piccolo and Gohan as they take center stage against the primary threats. Dr. Hedo has been contacted by the remnants of the Red Ribbon Army and is inspired to create heroic androids to combat threats to Earth, such as “Demon King” Piccolo, Goku, and other usual Z Fighter allies.
Already, a few changes are expanding on the material seen in Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. Chapter 91 showcases how the manga will likely further develop some moments from the movie that fans might want to see more of. The cliffhanger leads to the first significant battle in Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, and soon we’ll discover how the Dragon Ball Super manga handles this story.
How do you feel about Dragon Ball Super’s manga adapting Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero? What are you hoping to see in this new arc? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments!