Dragon Ball is a legacy that won’t stop anytime soon. Besides the most recent video games like Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot or FighterZ, the legendary moniker continues with the Super Dragon Ball Heroes anime. The show continues Goku and Vegeta’s adventures as they encounter new foes and even themselves from another timeline. This led to the arrival of two of the most controversial transformations into one single scene: Super Saiyan Blue and Super Saiyan 4.
Super Dragon Ball Heroes showcases some never seen before plot, where fighters from different timelines encounter to battle each other for various goals.
Big Bang Mission 3 Opening: ‘Dragon Fist’ is back!
The Dragon Fist technique was used by Goku way back in Dragon Ball GT, and also in some video games. While it’s nothing new that Heroes brings back characters, transformations, and attacks, Goku’s devastating attack comes back once again. Furthermore, his long rival Vegeta will also use it:
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Big Bang Mission 3 Opening. pic.twitter.com/xjLsAQ4LNS
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As you can see, the terrifying demon Janemba is back for another round against the only remaining pure-blooded Saiyans. The villain was last seen in the Fusion Reborn movie released way back in 1995. Will Goku and Vegeta be able to stop him once again? And which version of the two heroes will be? Super Saiyan 4 is now fighting side by side with Super Saiyan Blue, which means that you simply can’t afford to miss the show if you’re a Dragon Ball fan.
Judging by the rhythm Super Dragon Ball Heroes is going, we shouldn’t be surprised to see pretty much any character brought back at this point. And you shouldn’t worry one bit that their power levels will be too weak in order to compete with the godly skills of Goku and Vegeta. Dragon Ball never had a problem with boosting up power levels insanely high, even without bothering to provide a compelling explanation.