Q & A #1

Is “Super Saiyan Blue” the new name for “Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan?

The name “Super Saiyan Blue” is suggested in the Toyotarō manga adaptation. What does this mean? This means that we do not know for certain yet if Toriyama plans to adapt this name in the Dragon Ball Super anime. Also, this manga adaptation is written by Tototarō, and NOT Toriyama. Super Saiyan Blue was suggested as an easier spoken alternative to SSGSS (which was never actually stated in Resurrection ‘F’, just guidebooks, etc.)

When will the next manga chapter be released?

Toyotarō’s manga adaptation of Dragon Ball Super can be found in V-Jump, which is released on the 21st of each month in Japan.

Where is Pan?

Pan is scheduled to make her first appearance in episode 017 of Dragon Ball Super. Pan, like Uub, is first seen in the final episodes/chapters of Dragon Ball Z, which is following the 10 year time skip after Majin Buu’s defeat.

Jaco the Galactic Patrolman

If you haven’t already, it is extremely important that you read Toriyama’s Jaco the Galactic Patrolman“. Jaco the Galactic Patrolman, as stated by Toriyama, serves as prequel to Dragon Ball. Both print and digital editions can be purchased on Amazon.

Breathing in Space?

Even when leaving the Earth and entering space, the effects of the earth’s gravity and atmosphere are do not leave immediately. The earth’s forces begin to take effect before leaving space and returning to earth, and this includes the presence of oxygen that allows people to breathe. It can be debated that during Goku’s battle with Beerus, and much earlier, Bardock’s confrontation against Freeza, take place in the portion of space that is still affected by the earth’s forces in the last stretches of the planet’s atmosphere. So it is perfectly logical for Freeza to argue that Saiyans can’t breathe in the vaccum of space, because during those scenes, they are not IN the vaccum, they are still in Earth’s atmosphere (remember when Freeza blew up Namek he did so knowing that Saiyans can not breath in space, so even if Goku survived the explosion he would die from the lack of oxygen). This argument is also supported by the fact that as Goku began to fall after Beerus seemingly defeated him (before getting up for the last time before the match ended for good) in Dragon Ball Super, he began to descend at a rapid pace, enveloped with flames as he gained speed. This is Earth’s gravity affecting his body, pulling him in with intense and extremely powerful force towards Earth. This is how it can be proved the two beings were fighting in the atmosphere, regardless of being in space

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