Shonen fans have been waiting for this day, when the latest chapters for Dragon Ball Super and Boruto: Next Generations are released to continue the stories of the Z-Fighters and the ninjas of the Hidden Leaf Village. Both manga chapters are not just full of spectacular action, but we also see their stories developed as Dragon Ball Super's Granolah the Survivor Arc continues to reveal more of what happened to the Bardock vs. Gas fight 40 years ago, and Boruto has a couple of amazing surprises that will leave fans craving for more.
In Dragon Ball Super Chapter 82, titled Bardock vs. Gas, we get to see the continuation of Goku's fight with Gas. The Saiyan uses Instant Transmission to teleport away from Planet Cereal and piss-off the "Strongest Warrior in the Universe", but when Goku returns to Planet Cereal, Gas is able to fly fast across space to chase the heroic Saiyan. But before the overpowered villain returns, Monaito hands Bardock's scouter to Goku, and Vegeta discovers that there's evidence of audio data.
With Granolah's companion Oatmeel's help, they could hear the audio recording from Bardock, and as Goku hears Bardock saying, "You have to stay alive", Goku appears to get a jolt of energy, and the scene switches to a flashback of Bardock and Gas' fight 40 years ago. You can read more spoilers for Dragon Ball Super Chapter 82 here. You can read the latest DBS chapter on Viz Media.
As for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Chapter 68, the Kara Organization is able to infiltrate Konoha thanks to the Claw Mark Code left on Shikimaru, which allows the villainous Code to teleport out of it. The villain's target is the former Kara scientist Amado, so he could have his Limiters removed, but it looks like Shikimaru has set a surprising trap for Code that involves a reprogrammed cyborg that looks like Delta. However, instead of trying to escape, Code brings Ada out of a Claw Mark. You can read more spoilers here, and read the latest Boruto chapter here.
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