Dragon Ball Super Chapter 86 Brings Back Goku's "Susanoo" Ability

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Dragon Ball Super Chapter 86, titled All-Out Bout, was just released today, continuing Goku, Vegeta, and Granolah's intense battle against Gas of the Heeter Force. While the earlier half of the chapter shows Gas unleashing his powers to punish Goku (in his Ultra Instinct - Sign form), Granolah joins the fight to buy enough time for Goku to charge-up enough power to take the villain down.

Vegata and Monaito also take part in holding Gas off while Goku charges-up to full power, and after Goku transforms into his Ultra Instinct - Mastered form, he unleashes a giant humanoid avatar of himself, the same ability he used against Moro. Many shonen fans are calling this "Susanoo" because of the powerful ability of the Uchiha Clan in Masashi Kishimoto's Naruto franchise that resembles it, and it's easy to see why.

Just check out Goku's "Susasnoo" from Dragon Ball Super Chapter 86:

As you can see above, Goku's Susanoo-like avatar throws Gas in the air, and with Oatmeel's assistanc to aim accurately, Granolah unleashes an incredibly powerful canon beam in the air to finish the villain off. The huge flash of ki explosion ultimately defeats Gas, but Granolah says that he didn't kill him because he's not out for revenge anymore.

It's likely that the Granolah the Survivor arc will conclude in the next chapter. Shueisha hasn't released any information about the next arc for Masashi Kishimoto and Toyotarou's manga series, but with Comic-Con coming this week, it's likely we might find out more information about it - and hopefully, a new season of Dragon Ball Super anime series.

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Dragon Ball Super Chapter 86 is now available to read on Viz Media. You can read more details in everything we know about the latest chapter here.


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