Goku vs. Moro Fight: Dragon Ball Super 58 Spoilers

A week ahead of the release of Dragon Ball Super 58, the official Dragon Ball website has shared early versions of Toyotaro’s manga panels, which tease Goku’s return to Earth and the long awaited rematch between Goku and Moro. Will we see Mastered Ultra Instinct make a reappearance this chapter?  Keep reading to know what to expect!

UPDATE: scroll to the bottom of this article for brand new leaks from Dragon Ball Chapter 58 revealing Ultra Instinct’s return!

Goku Returns To Earth


It appears before Goku and Moro fight, Goku must first help close out some of the battles his fellow Z fighters have been tangled up in around the globe. First  we see Goku and Roshi taking care of the recently fused trio of warriors from Moro’s Galactic Prisoner gang. Whether Goku was needed for this fight or arrived just after Master Roshi singlehandedly defeated them is not known quite yet.


Next we get an important look at the Galactic Patrol on cleanup duty. In the bottom right you’ll notice Galactic Patrolman transporting defeated escapees into their ships, while Goku, Krillin and Roshi look on from above. In the final panel (bottom left) Goku tells Krillin and Roshi “Understood,” before preparing for an instant transmission.

Goku Teams Up With Tien, Yamcha, and Chiaotzu


This page leak is an exciting one: as we saw last month, Tien and Chiaotzu have met up with Yamcha, tugging on those Saiyan Saga nostalgia strings. They seemed to be on the losing end of a battle against one of Moro’s lackeys when Goku confidently teleports in.

With so many fights happening around the globe, we doubt Goku has much time to chat with the trio of O.G. Z Fighters. Our bet is his next stop is to meet up with Gohan, Piccolo, and the others.

Next Stop: Moro vs Goku or Goku vs SaganboDragon-Ball-Super-58-Goku-Vs-Moro-Fight

Last we saw Moro he was staring down a tired group of Z Fighters that includes Gohan, Piccolo, Android 17 and Android 18. A powered up Saganbo is dealing with the four of them while Moro calmly watches.

This Chapter we expect to see one of two things:

    1. Goku takes on Saganbo in a one-on-one fight
    2. Goku’s presence give the four present Z Fighterz the morale boost needed to turn the tide on their fight with Saganbo, while Goku goes straight for Moro.

In either scenario, we predict what follows will be a tired Goku losing to Moro, leaving things all up to Vegeta. The Moro arc has focused on Vegeta making up for some of his past sins, like when he protected the new Namekians in an effort to make up for his past violence against their people.

If we had to guess, Moro vs Goku will be set up up at the very end of Chapter 58, with the actual fight coming next month inside an epic Chapter 59. Vegeta will probably make his appearance at the end of 59, and debut his new Yardrat technique during Chapter 60. Vegeta vs. Moro is the major event we’re counting down for, though whether or not Goku will be able to pull out his Ultra Instinct in this arc also has us super curious!


Huge news: In Chapter 58 Goku reveals to Moro that he has the ability to trigger Ultra Instinct on command!

We also see that Goku demolishes Saganbo before the main event, and it looks like he didn’t even need Ultra Instinct for this opponent.

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Attack On Titan 127 Spoiler Discussion | Shingeki No Kyojin 127 Leaks

Welcome to the leaks and spoiler discussion page for Attack On Titan Shingeki no Kyojin Chapter 127. Will Isayama’s latest contribution to the story win back the fans who were unhappy with Chapter 126 or will it continue to disappoint them?

Do you think the end of Attack On Titan / Shingeki no Kyojin is being rushed? Do you have faith that Isayama will stick the landing with this incredibly ambitious and complicated story?

Things Chapter 127 Didn’t Answer

Who is the man in the window from chapter 126? Where is Zeke? What is Eren’s plan as of Chapter 127? All this and more is hanging up in the air, and fans are dying to know.

Discussion: Major Chapter Moments

Will Armin & Mikasa Kill Eren? 
An important takeaway from Chapter 127 is Armin and Mikasa’s current position on Eren and whether he is or is not beyond saving. As of now, the two have clearly shown an interest in having another civil conversation with Eren. When pressed by Annie about what they’ll do if Eren refuses to call off the rumbling, Armin and Mikasa were uncertain.

It’s key to know at this phase in the game that while both recognize Eren’s plan needs stopping, neither have verbalized the lengths they’re willing to go to in order to stop it from happening.

Putting The Past Behind Us
A large portion of the chapter saw members of the anti-Eren union of Marley and Eldian fighters yelling back and forth about which nation really kicked things into motion and is the most responsible for the current apocalypse they find themselves in.

Hange calls attention to the absurdity of arguing over events from thousands of years ago that no one around the bonfire was even present for. Hange then acknowledges the simple fact that both Marleyans and Eldians are currently sitting in a circle together, sharing a meal, and not killing each other. It’d be foolish to consider this some turning point in their international relations, but it’s something that hasn’t happened before.

Attack on Harbor 
The Marley-Eldia Union’s plan involves securing a plain (or floating boat as the crew likes to call it) from the Harbor that’ll get the team closer to the Founding Titan. Their decision to refer to Eren as the Founding Titan hear may imply that Eren is still in that monstrous form we saw a few chapters ago, moving around the island of Paradis.

The union makes their way to the harbor only to find a squad of Yaegerists lead by everyone’s favorite character, Floch. It does not seem that Eren or Zeke is present, and we assume Floch is the highest ranking member of the Yaegerists on site.

We expect a showdown between the union and Floch’s branch of the Yaegerists. If the manga is truly wrapping up this year, and assuming some more characters will need to be removed from the story Game Of Thrones style, there is reason to believe this may be Floch’s final battle.

We’ll see next month what goes down at the Harbor! Do you think we’ll see casualties from the Marley-Eldia Union? 

Easter Eggs You Missed in Suicide Squad

Suicide Squad may not be jam packed with as many easter eggs and comics references as Batman V Superman, but there’s still a handful of awesome nods to the fans hidden inside DC’s latest.

Not surprisingly, some of the best references have to do with two of the movie’s biggest standouts, Harley Quinn and the Joker. Here are the coolest easter eggs and references that we could find.

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Top 10 Villains We Want in Batman: The Telltale Series (That Aren’t the Joker)

Though Telltale Games’ new Batman series debuts this summer, there are still many details we don’t know, including what villains we can expect. Looking back at Batman’s history with the Arkham games and the comics, there are actually a few characters that may have been underused…

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