Dragon Ball: Everything About Super Saiyans That Makes No Sense



Super Saiyans Make NO Sense
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What Dragon Ball fan doesn’t remember how exciting it was the first time we saw our hero Son Goku go Super Saiyan? But as much as it gets the adrenaline going, there have been quite a few inconsistencies over the years, as well as some serious retconning from series creator, Akira Toriyama. Although the ability has something to do with the amount of S Cells, even those have been the subject of as much debate as power levels. And this move isn’t limited to this franchise, as we’ve seen it used in Dr. Slump as well. Why was the form in Cooler’s Revenge seemingly capable of healing, yet this was never brought up again on any of the shows? Back on Planet Vegeta, it was considered a mere legend of their true strength, but are we really supposed to believe that Goku was the first to pull it off? Not that he’s not great, it’s just that he’s not the first powerful member of the Saiyan race.

What do you think about this transformation and how it’s been used over the course of the franchise? Do you think it’s way too convenient of a plot device, or do you get hype everytime it happens? Share your thoughts on Super Saiyans with us and your fellow fans in the comment section below. Make sure you don’t forget to click on the subscribe button, give us a thumbs up, and turn on your notifications for the latest and greatest videos from us here at CBR.

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