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Dragon Ball Super: the narrative arc of Moro on the cover of V-Jump

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Published on Sep 17, 2019

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On the 21st September 2019 and will be published in Japan and online stores, the volume of November of V-Jump magazine of Shueisha, which, among others, publishes the manga series Dragon Ball Super and Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations.

There are only a few days to the long awaited release of number monthly and on the web has already appeared on the cover, which features Dragon Ball Super. The manga of Akira Toriyama, and Toyotaro is now facing the unusual narrative arc of “The Prisoner of the Galactic Patrol”, so the cover could be made of the contents of this story.

In particular, as you can see below, in the foreground on the cover, we have Goku and Vegeta in action intent to confront the Moor, the villain of today. In cover, among other things, it is precisely this Moro in his best form for the first time with the color scheme of the official.

You can see below the cover with Moro color:

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The narrative arc tells the story of the return of one of the enemies most elderly of the whole franchise, Moro. The warrior had been imprisoned in jail by the Galactic Patrol as a result of the seal, thrust upon him by the Great Kaioshin (subsequently, the latter is absorbed by Majin Buu). After the events of Dragon Ball Super Broly, Moro is able to escape from prison, and now, through his magic, is able to absorb enough energy from the planets around him, especially from the planet Namek, to restore his strength and to subdue the Galaxies under his sight.

Clearly Goku and Vegeta are currently in difficulty as the power of the enemy is different from all the others discussed up to now, but the minutes are counted before the next triumph of peace.

The story arc with Moro began at the end of chapter 42 and has, for now, the volume, the number 10.

The Italian edition of the manga is published by Star Comics with 8 volumes available.

Dragon Ball Super is an animated series of japanese, produced by Toei Animation, aired in Japan on Fuji Television which arises as a result of the defeat of Majin Buu. The series ended with the episode number 131 (A conclusion the miraculous! Goodbye Goku, until the day when we will see each other again!). The programming of the anime has stopped at episode 76.

The direct sequel of the anime series is the 20th animated film in the franchise, Dragon Ball Super Broly released on the 28th of February with Koch Media Italia and Anime Factory.

The manga version is made on a monthly basis, designed and written by Akira Toriyama and drawn by Toyotaro. The manga is serialized in V-Jump (Shueisha) by 20 June 2015 and is currently joint chapter 51, with the first 48 the writings collected in 10 volumes. The manga is currently dealing with the narrative arc Universal Survival (Tournament of Power).

The Italian edition of the manga is entrusted to Star Comics with the first 8 volumes already available for purchase.

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