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  • Anti-Climax Boss:
    • For all the build-up towards who Captain Ginyu was, along with the dramatic plot-twist that he was in King Cold's body followed by him stealing U16 Son Bra's body, he is immediately discovered, quickly defeated, and forced to switch back.
    • Hatchiyack, Raichi's ultimate trump card, only lasts 8 pages before Gast kills him in one shot, and fights using a simple, easily expoitable attack pattern.
    • Majin Cell's rematch with Gohan was highly anticipated by fans, but despite all his powerups he gets killed in one hit when Gohan finally stops holding back.
  • Arc Fatigue: One of the biggest complaints about the comic is how long the story takes to move things along. (The comic began in 2009 and we haven't even gotten to the quarter finals of the tournament.)
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    • Bra vs. Cold was the longest fight in the comic and right as it wrapped up Cold was revealed to be Ginyu and stole Bra’s body, which then took another chapter to resolve. Combined with a slower release schedule and a U16 special chapter right in the middle, the story ended up spending six straight months on U16 Bra.
    • Gast vs Raichi was released at two pages a week and had a double special in the middle. Not to mention most pages with Hachiyack were splash pages.
    • The Majin rebellion arc, while positively received, began in 2017 and is still ongoing. When things looked like it's gonna end Majin Bra appears.
  • Ass Pull:
  • Author's Saving Throw:
    • Many fans believe the novelization handled the controversial Bra vs King Cold fight better than the comic did, as it addressed many fan complaints of the comic’s depiction. The most notable one would be the senzu bean debacle. The rules stated that the senzu beans do not count as outside help, and thus is not considered cheating. Furthermore, Bra’s defense for her actions comes off as more justifiable, since she’s simply exploiting the rules to her advantage like Cold did. If Cold won’t get penalized for abusing the system, why can’t she?
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    • After years and years of waiting, a Universe 9 Special has finally been announced. And There Was Much Rejoicing.
    • U16 Bra getting Majinized by Babidi addressed many fan complaints that she was a Designated Hero.
  • Awesome Art:
    • Chapter 29 Special was praised for having a better art than the rest of the special chapters. It was drawn by a new artist on the team, and has made this special probably the best received so far.
    • Chapter 41 takes on a very different, more realistic style. Despite being another filler chapter, nobody really minds, because the art is both amazing and visually distinct, and Gast is a walking collection of awesome.
    • Pretty much the whole webcomic in general became this once Asura stepped in, but special mention goes to Chapter 53. Namely because King Cold’s 6th form is absolutely flooded with immense detail and nonstandard shapes but is still drawn consistently throughout an entire chapter with lots of movement and action.
    • Any of the colored specials are particularly impressive, especially Chapter 54 and 56-57.
  • Base-Breaking Character:
    • XXI was a very anticipated character, but once he appeared some were disappointed by his underwhelming design or how he beat Vegito by exploiting a technicality in the tournament rules. His victory over #18 by using the remote deactivator didn’t help the problem. Some fans enjoy how XXI is a Combat Pragmatist using wits to outsmart his foes, while others feel his style is against the spirit of Dragon Ball, which favors straight-forward combat. The Reveal that XXI is an Eldritch Abomination using the old man “XXI” as a disguise may fix things.
    • King Cold's augmentation forms created an unprecedented number of comments, both positive and negative. Some think they look awesome, others think they look stupid. Some say that it makes total sense for Cold to have two augmentation forms, while others point out that the augmentation forms were supposed to have only been discovered by Cooler, and question how he could have found two.
    • Hanasia is this, to a lesser extent. While many fans praised her for being a cool representation of what Goku's mother would look like (the fact she predates Neutral Female Gine is a plus), many are annoyed by how the comic states she is stronger than both Bardock and King Vegeta, saying this breaks the underdog theme of the Saiyan saga. Others feel this is mitigated by how she is surpassed by a fairly young Vegeta and unceremoniously and brutally killed by Broly.
  • Better Than Canon:
    • Multiverse was made specifically to be a better sequel to Dragon Ball Z than Dragon Ball GT, and going by the fan reception, it succeeded in its goal. Some also consider it to be better than Dragon Ball Super to the point of forming a Fandom Rivalry.
    • An in-series example would be Minicomic #57; where instead of Vegetto divorcing Chi-Chi and marrying Bulma, Bulma and Chi-Chi steal his earrings and fuse together to be his wife. Going off the comments, lots of readers thought this version was more heartwarming and prefer it.
    • Many fans prefer Multiverse's retellings of several Toei films, such as the first two Broly movies and the first Cooler film. Cooler's Revenge is particularly notable, since Cooler actually puts up a terrific fight in the DBM version instead of only having a shot with his Supernova against Super Saiyan Goku.
  • Big-Lipped Alligator Moment:
    • The beginning of the tournament's second day is celebrated with a musical performance by the Star Wars Cantina Band. Pan and Tapion enjoy the musical interlude, Bra, Frieza's Family and Babidi do not. Zen Buu thought it was so bad that he demanded that they give their instruments to him so he could play.
    • Beerus and Whis' cameo appearance as spectators. DBM began five years before Battle of Gods was released and does not include it or Dragon Ball Super in its canon.
  • Broken Base:
    • The specials. Are they good side stories, or are they a waste of time? Many think they're being wasted on villain win stories instead of more interesting ones, like how Cell dealt with Bojack.
    • The art in the specials. Some like that different artists do them in their own unique style instead of trying to copy Toriyama's artwork, while others dislike it since the quality widely varies.
    • The overall length of the series. There is a group of fans who believe that the comic has gone on too long and have lost a lot of its luster, especially since it can't incorporate material from Battle of Gods, Resurrection 'F', and Super. Others think the length is fine and Multiverse is better off not including material from the The New '10s.
    • The entire Bra vs. King Cold fight. Whether or not you like it depends on whether you think all of the character's abilities and transformations are justifiable or Ass Pulls. It's not helped by how Bra is a very polarizing character.
    • The overall treatment of Frieza and his family. Unlike many of the other villains, they haven’t gotten any character development, possible redemption arcs, or major power boosts, and other than King Cold (who isn’t actually King Cold), they’ve mainly been Butt Monkeys or Elite Mooks for Babidi. Some fans say the Frost Demons deserve more respect and point out there are ways the webcomic could’ve justified them becoming stronger (such as fighting threats in their own universe). Others say the Frost Demons’ role makes sense in a setting where older villains are often pitifully weak compared to newer ones. Still, others say DBM’s treatment of the Frost Demons is Fair for Its Day, since when the webcomic began in 2008 the idea of Frost Demons reaching much higher levels of power was not as commonly accepted as it is now.
    • The treatment of female characters, like U16 Bra or Hanasia. The comic presents them as A-grade badasses (something the canon work was never particularly known for), which has won some fans over, but others feel this is taken too far.
  • Canon Defilement: The series violates all levels of the canon at various points.
    • Salagir openly admits that he ignores the guidebooks and substitutes his own fan theories for them, even though they're official material and approved by Akira Toriyama himself.
    • Salagir has stated that all Saiyans lack empathy which was how they could be mass-murdering Space Pirates. This goes against the manga where Nappa shows some empathy towards Raditz by wanting to wish him back, was shocked that Vegeta killed a Saibaman, and was shocked again when Vegeta chose to kill him instead of helping him. Using material from the anime, you have Bardock being upset that his crew was brutally murdered. Overall, Saiyans do show empathy, just not for anyone who wasn't a Saiyan.
    • The Future Androids are stated to have gotten weaker due to a lack of maintenance on their robotic parts, as a justification for why their present selves are seemingly stronger than them. The problem is that the future versions weren't weaker than their present counterparts, they were just holding back so they wouldn't immediately kill Gohan. With them killing him the moment they due decide to go all out. While this can be explained if DBM used the Future Trunks OVA as canon, as the androids were legitimately weaker compared to their present selves, but it's been stated by the author multiple times that the manga is source of all canon events.
    • Salagir is also very open about the fact that he "allows himself" to change non-manga materials as he pleases, i.e. the movies. In particular, almost everything about Broly, from his power to the story of his second movie, because Salagir thinks he's cool.
    • It's stated in Multiverse that Super Saiyan 3 drains a user's power more quickly the stronger they are. There is nothing in canon to suggest this. In fact GT Goku seems to infer that a weaker body has a harder time handling SSJ3, while in Super Goku has no trouble with SSJ3 at all despite his immense power at this stage.
  • Creator's Pet:
  • Critical Research Failure: An in-universe example for Ginyu. He's served Freeza for years, and only now does he realize Freeza's a Bad Boss.
  • Darkness-Induced Audience Apathy:
    • Many specials focus on the universes where the villains win, often by showcasing in detail how the heroes die in each of them.
    • In the main comic, the mostly morally sound U18, U9, and U19 get noticeably less focus than the far more dysfunctional U16 and the various villain universes.
  • Designated Hero: U16 Bra was long considered one of these, though considering she became Majinised, she may not have ever been intended to be a hero at all. She is still quite firmly a Hate Sink and The Scrappy, though.
  • Ensemble Dark Horse: The villains steal the show.
    • Kakarotto for being psycho and hilarious., along with being a very disturbing yet oddly tragic version of the main hero.
    • Cell, due to combining the best traits of his imperfect and perfect form, as well as delivering consistently good fights whenever he enters the ring.
    • Zen Buu, an Affably Evil True Neutral Magnificent Bastard with many funny and awesome scenes. A lot like the original Super Buu, except more intelligent and civilized. Comes with a helping of Creepy Awesome.
    • If Gast wasn't on the list before, he certainly earned his spot when he effortlessly stopped U4 Buu's rampage.
    • U13 Vegeta for his absolutely awesome battle with Raichi, even though he lost.
    • Raichi for being a much more sympathetic character than he is in canon, and showing genuine care and friendship towards Tapion.
    • King Cold, being an Adaptational Badass and showing off not one, but two augmentation forms (both of which were beautifully drawn by DBM's current artist Asura). He only improves after the reveal that he is actually Captain Ginyu, since he puts U16 Bra in her place and steals her body. Many were disappointed we didn't get to see more of this Bra!Ginyu, since she's restored to her body shortly after.
    • Universe 9, due to being the one universe where the humans really get to shine, unlike in Z onward where they are mostly on the sidelines. This was to the point where the announcement of their special was met with cheers.
    • The Universe 19 warriors as a whole, due to being Badass Normals whose usage of advanced technology gives them a unique fighting style. The female warrior Phipsil is especially popular due to her cute design and being badass during Babidi's coup where she kills Dabura.
  • Epileptic Trees: Many fans speculate that Kakarotto gained immortality, due to his insane ability to survive injuries that would have killed even other Saiyans.
  • Fandom Rivalry: The more vocal parts of the Multiverse fandom have an intense rivalry with Dragon Ball Super. It is so bad that going into the comments section and saying that you like Super in anyway can get you mobbed by fans claiming that you have poor taste and that Super stole Multiverse's ideas. It's to the point that saying you like GT more than Super will get you a less violent response. Things had only gotten worse since Super caused a influx of new fans to start reading Multiverse and they're left wondering why the webcomics "leave out" stuff from the show like Beerus, Whis, Zen'o, and Vegetto having a one hour time limit, ticking off the older fans.
  • "Funny Aneurysm" Moment:
    • A very early April Fool's joke had page 104 drawn by Salagir, with the explanation that the comic's artist Gogeta Jr. had decided to leave the project. This joke became a lot less funny when, a little over three years later, Gogeta Jr. actually did quit drawing DBM, causing the project to be without a main artist for several months until Asura stepped in as a replacement.
    • In the middle half of the three-part Universe 8 special, we see Jeice dreaming about Ginyu stepping down as leader and making him in charge of the new "Jeice Force". At the end of the special, Ginyu will die taking the blame for Frieza's men, thus making Jeice (as the second in command) the new leader of the Ginyu Force.
  • Harsher in Hindsight: In Universes 1 and 10, the Supreme Kais decided to forsake their oath of non-intervention, killing Broly, Frieza and his family, and Bibidi before they could become threats, all in the name of the 'greater good'. Super introduces Zamasu, a Supreme Kai-in-training who adopts a similar philosophy... but takes it much further, developing into a Knight Templar, Omnicidal Maniac who wants to kill all mortals since he believes they'll never be anything more than violent savages. For bonus points, Zamasu also comes from Universe 10, just Toriyama's version of it.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: Has its own page.
  • Internet Backdraft:
    • In a case of Fandom Rivalry, bringing up Dragon Ball Super in any positive way is a strict no-no.
    • These days any naive fans attempts to defend U16 Son Bra is a ticking timebomb which will spawn a torrent of flamings from a large portion of the fandom.
    • Related to the above, the last few pages of the Bra vs. Cold fight. The comments section broke records in terms of number of replies, with many fans accusing Salagir of favoritism towards Bra and regarding his explanations for Bra’s victory as condescending and illogical. Though the uproar cooled down after Ginyu stole Bra’s body, it flared up again once that plotline ended up going nowhere.
    • The U3 Special The Age of Saiyans received a bit of backlash when Gine (Goku's mother in Dragon Ball canon) was mentioned to be killed with Kakarot calling her a "loser" for dying. While meant to be a Take That! towards Dragon Ball Minus, fans felt that Gine's treatment to be unnecessarily cruel on Salagir's part, especially since Gine is considered to be one of the few redeeming aspects of Minus.
  • Jerkass Woobie:
    • Kakarot of U13. Though an Ax-Crazy psychopath, he was frequently abused by his mother, and was separated from the rest of human civilization, making him even more savage than the usual Saiyan. When he finally found a friend in Krillin, his own uncontrollable urges plus his mother's abuse cost him their friendship and eventually Kakarot ended up killing his friend, something that he regretted.
    • All versions of Raditz could also qualify. U3 Raditz showed that his father treated him with no respect and was frequently bullied by his fellow Saiyans in childhood. Likewise, U13 Raditz is treated by his Saiyan comrades with no respect due to being the weakest of the group.
  • Magnificent Bastard:
    • U4 Buu, even more so than his original counterpart. He's basically running the entire tournament, and the Grand Supreme Kai is either his accomplice or puppet.
    • To a lesser extent, U8 Ginyu, considering how he successfully took over the strongest body in his universe without anyone noticing and trained that body to incredible levels. How he handled defeating the Kais during Babidi's rebellion could also qualify as well.
    • Unlike his canonical counterpart, U13 Babidi. He Majinized basically every evil person at the tournament during Round Three (taking care to hide their Majin seal), and then teleported all the contestants he couldn’t control to a planet with a toxic atmosphere billions of parsecs away from the arena.
    • Bardock in the U3 specials. Though not the strongest Saiyan, unlike his Bardock TV special counterpart U3 Bardock made full use of his future sight powers. He successfully masterminded becoming king, killing the Frost Demons, keeping himself in a position of power, and eliminating Broly, often setting up plans decades in advance. Though the full U3 story hasn't yet been released, many assume that under his guidance the Saiyans would've remained the dominant species in the universe...if Raichi hadn't come along.
  • Memetic Loser: Raditz's usual portrayal as this is played with here. Besides losing on the first round on the main storyline, a minicomic was published which made fun of the concept.
  • Moral Event Horizon:
    • Bojack snapping U16 Pan's neck. Cell's beatdown on him was very satisfying.
    • Bra crosses it in the novelization, when Eleim threatens to use the carbonite and potentially kill the entire audience in the hopes of making her give up. She apparently couldn't care less and indeed, she seemed to find his threat amusing in that he believed that she'd make the "noble choice."
    • Majin Cell crosses it when he murders the Piccolos and Videls from both Universes 16 and 18, all to spite Gohan for abandoning their fight.
  • Narm:
    • Zen Buu's punch to the West Kaioshin in page 735 was deemed similar to those from cartoons.
    • The Kaioshin's rather direct way of dealing with upcoming dangers, like killing Frieza and Cooler when they were children and Broly when he was an infant, in the Universe 1/10 Special was noted to be too violent by fans.
    • The art for the Universe 11 special could count as one, mainly the poses that Android 18 makes, such as this page.
    • The heavy amount of gore the comic features has gotten this reaction as its use has gotten more frequent and ridiculous, with Gohan graphically punching Nappa and Kakarotto to bloody chunks being the most prominent example.
  • Rescued from the Scrappy Heap:
    • To many, Pan, who was redesigned from her counterpart, being given more similarity to child Goku.
    • Among the special chapters, the U3 and U7 have been well-received for having more interesting plots and character development.
    • U16 Bra's novel counterpart is considered to be this by many readers, due to having her arrogant Jerkass qualities toned down and coming out as more sympathetic, with a surprising number of Hidden Depths compared to her comic version.
  • Rooting for the Empire: As a result of many of the villains being much more likable, Crazy Awesome, and charismatic than they were in the main timeline, it's not uncommon to see people cheering for the villains. The most standout example being the King Cold Vs. Bra fight where people were rooting for King Cold to win and cheered when Bra got her body stolen by Ginyu.
  • Silent Majority: Non-posting readers.
  • The Scrappy:
    • Son Bra of U16 was once a firm Base-Breaking Character, with some liking how she was a female character with a plot-viable level of power, while others regarded her as an overpowered, arrogant Spoiled Brat who respects only her father and insults everyone else. Still others said she was a Hate Sink meant to be dislikable. Over time her bad qualities became more blatant, however, and after her controversial fight with King Cold (see Ass Pull and Broken Base above) it’s hard to find anyone still defending her character. Many feel her Plot Armor is so strong that she robs her fights of all tension, while others hate how she's a Hypocrite who tries to act like a pure-blooded Saiyan yet doesn’t have their sense of honor.
    • Hachiyack for having a boring fighting style, no personality, and accomplishing nothing. The fact that he took the place of Dr. Raichi, who himself is an Ensemble Dark Horse due to being a rather sympathetic Anti-Villain, doesn't help his case.
    • Bojack, not only for lacking any of the likeable qualities that made the other villains popular among the fans, but also for his U6 specials being pointless filler with bad art.
  • Take That, Scrappy!: U16 Bra getting her body stolen by U8 Captain Ginyu. Though it was reversed shortly afterward.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Character:
    • Many think the main universe, U18, in general fell into this since they get little spotlight despite them supposedly being the 'canonical' universe. In particular are Uub, Goten, and Trunks, who have gotten very little development despite being different from their GT counterparts.
    • Frieza and Cooler are frequently killed in special chapters and their tournament versions have had no increase in power. Both are also easily and unceremoniously killed by Piccolo during the Majin rebellion.
    • The U19 Tech Warriors are the most unique fighters present in the whole tournament with a compelling backstory...that's only revealed after all of them are eliminated in humiliating ways. Thankfully this is finally starting to get subverted. U19 is getting its story told in novel/fan fiction form that is on the DBM site. Not only that, the warriors Nedwook and Phipsil who weren't in the tournament get a chance to shine during Babidi's coup. There, they prove themselves to be formidable fighters who manage to take out many of Babidi's heavy hitters such as Dabura, Kakarot and King Piccolo.
    • U9 was also sold short. This is the universe were the only defenders Earth had were Yamcha, Krillen, Tien and other humans. They all have nifty abilities, Yamcha is an android and they all had to contend with the likes of Frieza and his ilk. They've also been knocked out of the tournament and so far, their role in the Majin rebellion has been minimal at best.
    • The girls from U6 have been getting complaints. Fans feel they are unnecessary since their backstory hasn't been explored yet nor have their characters made any impact on the tournament besides being fodder for stronger characters. Many felt U6 special should have told the girls story instead of showing Bojack and his gang killing the Z-fighters.
    • While U16 as a whole is a Spotlight-Stealing Squad, that universe's version of Piccolo seemed to only exist to be Bra's tailor. Pan from the same universe also doesn't get much focus since she died to Bojack and just came back and only appears to adore Bra, which is a shame since she's one of the few characters from that universe aside from Gohan who isn't a jerk.
    • Raichi was considered to be a massive improvement over his canonical counterpart, being a fleshed-out and sympathetic Anti-Hero instead of being a cliched mad scientist and his fight with Gast was hoped to be not only exciting, but also heartfelt as it was a duel between two opposing ideals: revenge (Raichi) and peace (Gast). Instead, Raichi gets killed off unceremoniously and his trump card (Hatchiyack) lasted only for a few pages before being destroyed in one shot by Gast. Worst of all, apparently Raichi was a ghost as well, and so it's likely he's been permanently killed. What was the point of improving his character so much just to have him get killed off without any closure?
    • U13 Raditz gets more love than most characters, but he is again overshadowed by his brother in this universe. This doesn't make a lot of sense in U13, where he and his brother love each other and train together and learn from each other. Out of all the possible Raditz of the multiverse, this one is the most likely to go SSJ. This may yet be fixed if he is successful in getting the Elder Kai's power upgrade.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot:
    • Some longtime Dragon Ball fans think the entire webcomic became wasted the longer it went on. Instead of writing more Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny What If? fights like Cell vs. Dabura and Nail vs. Recoome, it shifted to using more and more Original Characters in the plot and tournament.
    • Fans love the concept of multiverse with various universes, different from the main DB universe, but some feel its being wasted for a tournament. Many fans feel the specials as a whole are wasted because most of them retell how canonical events went except with the villains winning instead of exploring the repercussions of the villains' victories. The U6 special got a lot of complaints because it showed Bojack and his minions killing all the Z-fighters and never even showed the girls in U6 at all.
    • The U17 Special was disliked for similar reasons. Cell killed the Z-fighters in his universe? Naw, ya think? Plenty of fans were wondering why they didn't show, say, how Cell dealt with Babidi.
    • The Future Majin Attack special. The special was better received than most of the others, but there was still outcry from fans on how forced the plot was to make Future Gohan win against Babidi and Dabura. See the Ass Pull section for more details. Instead, the special could have been centered around Future/U12 Trunks and 16, and how they dealt with Babidi and Dabura coming to Earth to revive Majin Buu, which is exactly what Dragon Ball Super did, minus Android 16.
    • A minicomic revealed that U8 Paragas and Broly are still around, but chose to live in peace instead of attacking Freeza and his PTO, who are still dominant in the universe. What would have been an awesome special in itself, it has been decided it is not worth exploring, let alone other universes where multiple evil factions would still be around.
    • Some fans saw the fight between U16 Bra and U8 King Cold as a chance for the former to learn to be less arrogant by losing to the latter after agreeing to fight without Super Saiyan and King Cold having two new transformations. She did seem to be losing at first, but after some senzu beans and some improbable techniques, she defeats King Cold easily and not only does she fail to learn anything, she becomes even more smug over her capabilities. Some felt this was corrected with Ginyu stealing Bra's body, leaving her crippled and bleeding on the arena floor in King Cold's body until a few pages later when Vegito's group instantly found out Ginyu body jacked Bra rather than everyone being in the dark about it, followed by Vegito immediately ejecting Ginyu from Bra's body.
    • After years of build-up, Ginyu is revealed! And fans love him. Aaaaaand he's promptly defeated in the most obvious way possible in 15 pages, resulting in him back in his old body, U16 Bra back in hers, and no one having learned any lessons or Character Development. What could have been an excellent ongoing arc basically had as much importance as that episode of DBZ where Goku gets a driver's license.
    • Gast vs Raichi was a highly anticipated matchup, due to a combination of conflicting ideologies despite their similar origins, and the potential of a fight between a warrior who has been hyped up to be on par with Vegito and Zen Buu fighting a Badass Army of Super Saiyans, Frost Demons, Space Pirates, and a Kaiju. In reality, Gast and Raichi barely talk to each other and the only two ghosts that Raichi uses are U13 Vegeta and Broly which also ends up revealing that Gast is only on par with SSJ3s and is only able to beat Raichi with pure luck. Furthermore, when Raichi transforms into Hachiyack, the only thing he ends up doing is screaming and firing a ki blast every 15 seconds until Gast kills him.
    • The idea of characters getting new forms, due to being strengthened by Babidi, is very under utilized, with only Kakarot, and Frieza getting new forms, and even then, neither of them even live long enough for the extra form to matter.
  • Unintentional Period Piece: Of the Turn of the Millennium Dragon Ball fandom. Frieza being a weak Butt-Monkey? Hard limits to character potential? Bra being older than Pan? Potaras being permanent? While DBM’s story and treatment of characters don’t necessarily represent the ideas of all Dragon Ball fans in the early 2000s, they still reflect an era before Dragon Ball Super, Dragon Ball Kai, and even Dragon Ball Z Abridged (which Multiverse predates by about a month.) Because of this, newcomers to the webcomic often wonder where Beerus is or why Goku isn’t going Super Saiyan Blue.
  • Win Back the Crowd: After a controversial battle between Bra and Cold and the Ginyu subplot going nowhere, as well as a lackluster battle between Gast and Raichi, the subplot of Babidi's coup is seen as this to many fans. Not only were there greater stakes, it allowed the characters who fans felt were severely under-utilized to shine with many awesome fight scenes.
  • What an Idiot!: Has its own page.

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