Dragon Ball Super is Seriously Misusing Vegeta’s Ultra Ego

This comment is a reference to one of the main functions of Vegeta’s transformation. As the Saiyan Prince lusts for battle grows, this new form increases Vegeta’s strength. Unfortunately, Vegeta only divulges this information at the end of the current chapter. As a result, all readers see for 30 pages is him fighting alongside Goku – and it is impossible to tell the difference between their movements or that the two Saiyans are something other than a Super Saiyan, let alone that they have attained different forms. The manga should have focused more on showing Vegeta and Goku reacting and fighting differently from each other, especially since Vegeta’s new Ultra Ego form is the opposite of Goku’s Ultra Instinct. Taking a step back, what made Ultra Instinct stand out was how Goku’s movements remained visible, creating a “fading” effect. As Goku has continued to utilize Ultra Instinct, that aspect has been forgotten. Just like Ultra Instinct originally, Vegeta’s Ultra Ego should have had a unique visual element. That or Vegeta could have articulated what he was experiencing. In fact, Vegeta did this in chapter 75 when he first unleashed Ultra Ego against Granolah. Readers were therefore very aware that what they were witnessing contrasted greatly from any form of Super Saiyan or Ultra Instinct

Aside from the deterioration of Ultra Instinct’s depiction, Dragon Ball has made a habit of either forgetting or ignoring certain aspects of various transformations. The most crucial of them is the rage users experience when they tap into their Super Saiyan form. When Goku first transforms in DBZ, he orders Krillin to take Gohan away since he doesn’t know if he can control the rage. However, from that moment on, rage isn’t factored in as a downside of going Super Saiyan as Saiyans have either become accustomed to it or just no longer feel that intense anger. Hopefully Ultra Ego doesn’t experience the same fate in Dragon Ball Super as other transformations have in the franchise. Of course, Vegeta seems to be much gabbier by the end of the latest chapter. Hopefully he keeps it up in the next installment to further capitalize on Ultra Ego’s differences.

The latest chapter of Dragon Ball Super is available now on Viz Media’s Shonen Jump App!


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This comment is a reference to one of the main functions of Vegeta’s transformation. As the Saiyan Prince lusts for battle grows, this new form increases Vegeta’s strength. Unfortunately, Vegeta only divulges this information at the end of the current chapter. As a result, all readers see for 30 pages is him fighting alongside Goku – and it is impossible to tell the difference between their movements or that the two Saiyans are something other than a Super Saiyan, let alone that they have attained different forms. The manga should have focused more on showing Vegeta and Goku reacting and fighting differently from each other, especially since Vegeta’s new Ultra Ego form is the opposite of Goku’s Ultra Instinct. Taking a step back, what made Ultra Instinct stand out was how Goku’s movements remained visible, creating a “fading” effect. As Goku has continued to utilize Ultra Instinct, that aspect has been forgotten. Just like Ultra Instinct originally, Vegeta’s Ultra Ego should have had a unique visual element. That or Vegeta could have articulated what he was experiencing. In fact, Vegeta did this in chapter 75 when he first unleashed Ultra Ego against Granolah. Readers were therefore very aware that what they were witnessing contrasted greatly from any form of Super Saiyan or Ultra Instinct

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Aside from the deterioration of Ultra Instinct’s depiction, Dragon Ball has made a habit of either forgetting or ignoring certain aspects of various transformations. The most crucial of them is the rage users experience when they tap into their Super Saiyan form. When Goku first transforms in DBZ, he orders Krillin to take Gohan away since he doesn’t know if he can control the rage. However, from that moment on, rage isn’t factored in as a downside of going Super Saiyan as Saiyans have either become accustomed to it or just no longer feel that intense anger. Hopefully Ultra Ego doesn’t experience the same fate in Dragon Ball Super as other transformations have in the franchise. Of course, Vegeta seems to be much gabbier by the end of the latest chapter. Hopefully he keeps it up in the next installment to further capitalize on Ultra Ego’s differences.

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The latest chapter of Dragon Ball Super is available now on Viz Media’s Shonen Jump App!

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