Vegeta Turns Super Saiyan For The First Time ANIME vs MANGA Comparison: Dragon Ball Super Z Classics

Vegeta Turns Super Saiyan For The First Time ANIME vs MANGA Comparison: Dragon Ball Super Z Classics

Hey guys its your boy ARJ, and I am back with EPISODE 1 of a new Dragon Ball Super / Dragon Ball Z Series. In this new series I will be looking back at CLASSIC Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball Super scenes, featuring all our favourite characters from Vegeta, Future Trunks, Android 19, Android 20 aka Dr Gero and Goku and etc and today’s episode will cover the time Future Trunks Destroyed Frieza, yes the Iconic moment, the prince of all saiyans, Vegeta Turns Super Saiyan For The First Time in both the Dragon Ball Z Anime and Dragon Ball Z Manga. I know we are all excited for the Dragon Ball Super Movie 2018 and manga wise we are excited for Dragon Ball Super Manga Chapter 35 where the tournament of power is still going on especially after seeing Dragon Ball Super Chapter 34, but do not forget that their was a Dragon Ball Z manga as well. And In this video we will compare the anime version of events of Vegeta vs Android 19 and the manga version events of Vegeta vs Android 19! A true ANIME VS MANGA Comparison, Don’t miss it! Make sure to subscribe for more!
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