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Which one was better?

Super 59 79.73%
 
GT 15 20.27%
 
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Super is not only far better than GT, but combines the best of Dragon Ball and Z and gets rid of the rest.

Z had too much build up and filler moments and was too serious almost all of the time.
Dragon ball was more of an adventure/comedy then an action show.

Super is serious at times but knows how to be light-hearted. Super is also a decent pace (we don't want multiple episodes filled with redundant fight/dialogue scenes to have the plot line moved; every episode feels important). Honestly, if nostalgia weren't in the way, I'd probably view Super as the best dragon ball show period. I'm currently only on the black part of the show (I have always watched the English version and I refuse to start watching the Japanese version now, even if it is ahead by a ton) so please don't spoil anything, but as of this point in the show that is how I feel (and I feel like the show is improving drastically as it goes along).



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Dulfite said:

Super is not only far better than GT, but combines the best of Dragon Ball and Z and gets rid of the rest.

Z had too much build up and filler moments and was too serious almost all of the time.
Dragon ball was more of an adventure/comedy then an action show.

Super is serious at times but knows how to be light-hearted. Super is also a decent pace (we don't want multiple episodes filled with redundant fight/dialogue scenes to have the plot line moved; every episode feels important). Honestly, if nostalgia weren't in the way, I'd probably view Super as the best dragon ball show period. I'm currently only on the black part of the show (I have always watched the English version and I refuse to start watching the Japanese version now, even if it is ahead by a ton) so please don't spoil anything, but as of this point in the show that is how I feel (and I feel like the show is improving drastically as it goes along).

This.

The only times I questioned the pace of Super was when Gok was recruiting the fighters for the tournament, I like the recap but to spend an episode each on each fighter felt a bit of a drag. But that's maybe because I was really looking forward to the tournament.

But man Super was near perfect, especially as the episodes went on, absolutely loved it. 



DB Super of course. GT's not even close.



Dulfite said:

Super is not only far better than GT, but combines the best of Dragon Ball and Z and gets rid of the rest.

Z had too much build up and filler moments and was too serious almost all of the time.
Dragon ball was more of an adventure/comedy then an action show.

Super is serious at times but knows how to be light-hearted. Super is also a decent pace (we don't want multiple episodes filled with redundant fight/dialogue scenes to have the plot line moved; every episode feels important). Honestly, if nostalgia weren't in the way, I'd probably view Super as the best dragon ball show period. I'm currently only on the black part of the show (I have always watched the English version and I refuse to start watching the Japanese version now, even if it is ahead by a ton) so please don't spoil anything, but as of this point in the show that is how I feel (and I feel like the show is improving drastically as it goes along).

Really? A half hour long, or was it hour long tournament took at whole like 35 episodes. I swear the last 5 episodes were supposed to be 5 minutes.

Basically every episode covered 1 minute. Great pacing. /sarcasm

Even if you consider say 5 episodes are supposed to be all happening at once, the dialogue doesn't up at all. We are supposed to believe that this fight between two characters only took 30 seconds, yet the dialogue between them takes 5 minutes of screen time. Are they also talking to each other at the speed of light?



Super, for sure. Except for the first episodes, which were basically a retreat of the DBS movies, the last 3 sagas were pretty enjoyable. And it's constantly improving. Pace is also pretty good generally speaking.

I think it finds a balance between Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. It mixes more epic, serious moments but knows how to retain humour and a sense of adventure. Also, I really like that they re-introduced proper strategy into some battles. Now, the contest for me is between Z and Super. Z was WAY too serious imho, and has plenty of filler and a really uneven pace. Z has the power of nostalgia though, which is pretty powerful. Saw it recently and the quantity of filler and just unnecessary episode is really outstanding. Now, the original show is unbeatable imho.

Last edited by Volterra_90 - on 26 March 2018

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Although the first 28 episodes or so of Super were garbage. Better to just watch the two movies movie and skip that part.
It got really good from the Future Trunks arc and onward.
And especially when Yuya Takahashi animated the episodes, inspired by DBZ's artstyle. That was a godsend to the series.

Last edited by Hiku - on 26 March 2018

Gt sucked, I miss Oob though, awesome character. Super was better, the integration of the old Z fighters was great. Although Yamcha and Chaotzu were left behind.



GT would lose by default to The Door, so the idea of it being better than Super is laughable at best.



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irstupid said:
Dulfite said:

Super is not only far better than GT, but combines the best of Dragon Ball and Z and gets rid of the rest.

Z had too much build up and filler moments and was too serious almost all of the time.
Dragon ball was more of an adventure/comedy then an action show.

Super is serious at times but knows how to be light-hearted. Super is also a decent pace (we don't want multiple episodes filled with redundant fight/dialogue scenes to have the plot line moved; every episode feels important). Honestly, if nostalgia weren't in the way, I'd probably view Super as the best dragon ball show period. I'm currently only on the black part of the show (I have always watched the English version and I refuse to start watching the Japanese version now, even if it is ahead by a ton) so please don't spoil anything, but as of this point in the show that is how I feel (and I feel like the show is improving drastically as it goes along).

Really? A half hour long, or was it hour long tournament took at whole like 35 episodes. I swear the last 5 episodes were supposed to be 5 minutes.

Basically every episode covered 1 minute. Great pacing. /sarcasm

Even if you consider say 5 episodes are supposed to be all happening at once, the dialogue doesn't up at all. We are supposed to believe that this fight between two characters only took 30 seconds, yet the dialogue between them takes 5 minutes of screen time. Are they also talking to each other at the speed of light?

That's not what pacing is in this context.



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irstupid said:
Dulfite said:

Super is not only far better than GT, but combines the best of Dragon Ball and Z and gets rid of the rest.

Z had too much build up and filler moments and was too serious almost all of the time.
Dragon ball was more of an adventure/comedy then an action show.

Super is serious at times but knows how to be light-hearted. Super is also a decent pace (we don't want multiple episodes filled with redundant fight/dialogue scenes to have the plot line moved; every episode feels important). Honestly, if nostalgia weren't in the way, I'd probably view Super as the best dragon ball show period. I'm currently only on the black part of the show (I have always watched the English version and I refuse to start watching the Japanese version now, even if it is ahead by a ton) so please don't spoil anything, but as of this point in the show that is how I feel (and I feel like the show is improving drastically as it goes along).

Really? A half hour long, or was it hour long tournament took at whole like 35 episodes. I swear the last 5 episodes were supposed to be 5 minutes.

Basically every episode covered 1 minute. Great pacing. /sarcasm

Even if you consider say 5 episodes are supposed to be all happening at once, the dialogue doesn't up at all. We are supposed to believe that this fight between two characters only took 30 seconds, yet the dialogue between them takes 5 minutes of screen time. Are they also talking to each other at the speed of light?

 

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