‘Dragon Ball Super’ Part 4 Review

The fourth volume of Dragon Ball Super has been released in Australia on Blu-Ray, and thanks to Madman we had a chance to check it out.

The end of the tournament organised by the gods of destruction, Champa and Beerus, finally finishes with an unexpected twist that leaves Goku excited as an even bigger tournament with all the universe’s mightiest warriors is set to happen.

For the time being the Z warriors decide going back to Earth, with Goku and Vegeta planning to take their training with Whis to the next level. However, what seemed to be a period of peace and harmony ends abruptly when teenage Trunks returns from the future. Trunks tries to stop mankind’s biggest treat to date: Goku Black, who has already slaughtered almost every earthling in the future, including Bulma and Gohan.

This new volume in the Dragon Ball Super saga has everything: hilarious comedy courtesy of Pilaf and his gang, great action, time-travel and some great Goku-Vegeta moments. It even has some fairly adult jokes , the likes of which we’ve never seen before in the series, that are simply superb and greatly appreciated among longtime childhood fans who aren’t little innocent kids anymore.

The only thing you can complain about in this volume is the way it ends, because when the truth behind Goku Black is set to be unveiled the disc ends! How cruel is that?

The Blu-ray also includes songs, an interview with English voice actor Sean Schemmel (Goku) and trailers.

Dragon Ball Super Vol. 4 is out now from Madman. Get your copy here.