Dragon Ball Super Manga Officially Reveals The New Form of Planet-Eater Moro

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While fans are waiting for new episodes of Dragon Ball Super, the manga series is getting more intense with its Galactic Patrol Prisoner arc. It looks like Moro, the Planet-Eater, is one of the most powerful villains Goku and Vegeta have faced yet, and in the latest chapter, the ram-looking sorcerer is making their power-ups completely useless, and he's already powered-up into a new form.

Dragon Ball Super Chapter 46 has been released in Japan already, and now, Shueisha has revealed an official look at Moro's powerful new form. Check it out:

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As you can see above, his new form looks more cut and apparently, the evil sorcerer is surprised at his own power-up, which is probably a result of absorbing Goku and Vegeta's energy after they attempted to transform into their Super Saiyan forms.

Of course, to a lot of fans, this news isn't a surprise. The latest manga was leaked earlier this week.

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The chapter continues to show how powerful Moro really is. The situation looks hopeless in New Namek with Goku and Vegeta in trouble thanks to Moro's overwhelming power but finding out how the heroic Saiyans can overcome seemingly-impossible challenges is what we love about Akira Toriyama's series.

Here's the reported synopsis of the Galactic Patrol Prisoner arc:

"Shortly after the ToP and the events of DBS: Broly, Goku and Vegeta are training together when Bulma passes along a message from Mister Satan that a mysterious group has appeared at his house and is attempting to kidnap Buu. Goku and Vegeta go to investigate and indeed find a group loading the (still sleeping) Buu into a familiar-looking spaceship."

Dragon Ball Super is available to stream on Amazon Video, Funimation, Crunchyroll, and VRV. It also currently airs its English dub on Adult Swim on Saturday nights. Dragon Ball Super Broly is out now.

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