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Itachi Uchiha’s Strongest Jutsus


We all know about Itachi Uchiha. He’s the prodigy of the Uchiha Clan, and arguably one of the most complex characters in the Naruto series. After witnessing the horrors of the Third Shinobi War Itachi turned into pacifist. However reluctant to battle Itachi understands the need to be strong in order to protect the ones he loves, and constantly received the highest marks in the Ninja Academy. Ultimately his loyalties lied with his brother Sasuke Uchiha and the Hidden Leaf village, betraying his very clan to keep them safe.

Being a member of the Uchiha Clan, Itachi was already a superior ninja, but even among the Uchiha he was considered a genius. As such Itachi is known throughout the ninja world for his remarkable strength, and accomplishments. He is able to hold his own among the Legendary Sannin and even defeated Lord Orochimaru with ease. With Obito’s help he was able to wipe out the entire Uchiha clan in a single night. Finally he was able to take out Kakashi Hatake (a senior Jonin possessing the sharingan, and eventual 6th Hokage) in mere seconds and left him bedridden in the hospital for weeks.

Needless to say, Itachi Uchiha boasted some remarkably devastating Jutsus. I’ve compiled the list to his Top 10, although there are certainly more I just couldn’t add all of them on here.

5. Clone Great Explosion Technique

This Jutsu enhances the already B-rank Shadow Clone technique. As the name suggest the user creates a shadow clone which which can be detonated. The advantages to this jutsu is that the opponent expects to fight in close range taijutsu not knowing that he or she is fighting a clone. Once the clone gets in range Itachi then detonates it delivering a deadly explosion.

4. Amaterasu

Itachi's Amaterasu

The most advance fire release jutsu known to the shinobi world, it can only be used by a very select few who have unlocked the Mangekyo Sharingan. It’s a visual jutsu which unleashes inextinguishable black flames on its target. It is a representation of the “Material world and Light”, the antipode of Itachi’s Tsukuyomi. The flames can burn for up to seven days and seven nights until there is nothing left but ash. Itachi used this jutsu to even burn the fire from Sasuke’s Great Fireball Technique. Aside from its amazing offensive capabilities, the Amaterasu can also be used defensively by casting the Amaterasu flames around him to block any incoming attacks or opponents.

3. Itachi’s Susanoo
Itachi's Susanoo
Itachi’s Susanoo

Since Itachi has awakened and possesses both of his Mangekyo Sharingan he has the ability to bring forth his Susanoo. A giant guardian deity composed of chakra with various defensive and offensive capabilities. Itachi’s Susanoo has in its right hand the “Sword of Totsuka” which can seal anyone it touches into an eternal drunken genjutsu state for all eternity. In it’s left hand he wields the “Yata Mirror” which changes chakra nature to completely negate any nature based chakra attack. This combo had effectively made Itachi invincible.

2. Yasaka Magatama

Itachi's Yasaka Magatama

Itachi himself said that this jutsu was his strongest long range jutsu in his fight against the reincarnated Nagato. To activate this jutsu Itachi must first summon his Susanoo. The Susanoo the either produces one or multiple Magatama from its hand. Itachi can make the Magatama as big or as small as he needs to depending on the situations, but even the small one’s are devastating.

1. Tsukuyomi
Itachi's Tsukuyomi
Itachi’s Tsukuyomi

A visual genjutsu surpassed only by Shisui Uchiha’s Kotoamatsukami (Kotoamatsukami while being more powerful takes up to 10 years to recharge, making the Tsukuyomi more useful). It is said to represent the “Spirit world and Darkness”. Madara used a variation of this jutsu (Eternal Tsukuyomi) in his ‘Eye of the Moon’ plan to cast a genjutsu on the entire world. Itachi activates this jutsu with his left Mangekyo Sharingan and requires direct eye contact. Once activated Itachi puts his opponents in a world in which he has complete control. Itachi’s mastery of this genjutsu is so great that he can even alter the perception of time. The effects are devastating, and Itachi’s Tsukuyomi left even Kakashi Hatake hospitalized for several weeks.

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5 Things you didn’t know about Sasuke Uchiha

Young Sasuke Uchiha

Sasuke Uchiha is the main rival of Naruto, and as such gets a lion’s barrage share of screen time. So for the most part everyone knows everything they need to know about Sasuke. Except me. I decided to dig into every interview with the creator, extra content, and filler I could find. The result is 10 tidbits of info that you probably didn’t know, enjoy!

1. Sasuke was named after the Third Hokage’s father

Sasuke’s father Fugaku Uchiha asked for the Third’s blessing in naming his son after the Third’s father Sasuke Sarutobi. Sasuke Sarutobi was a very talented and praised ninja and Fugaku hoped that his son would grow up to be as talented as his namesake. The Sasuke Sarutobi of the Naruto series is himself named after another famous ninja from Japanese culture. In Japanese fictional works he was the leader of the Sanada Ten Braves who work for a warlord in the Meiji period.

2. Sasuke Uchiha’s character design was based off a Yu Yu Hakusho character

For all the old school anime fans, you’ll love this one. If you’ve never seen Yu Yu Hakusho I totally recommend it. One of the classic anime series everyone should watch. Masashi based Sasuke’s design after Hiei. Check him out, the resemblance is uncanny.

Sasuke Uchiha character design

Red eyes, spiky jet black hair, and even shares a lot of the same personality traits. Masashi also went on to state that Sasuke was the most difficult character to draw, but also became his favorite character to draw.

3. The last name Uchiha is a reference to a fan

Sasuke Uchiha's crest

Uchiha is one of the pronunciation for the word Uchiwa. In Japanese means Uchiwa means “paper fan” which is used to fan the flames of a fire. This reference is used throughout the series. The Uchiha crest is a Uchiwa fan itself, and the Uchiha clan is known around the ninja world for their affinity for fire style jutsus.

4. Sasuke Uchiha originally wasn’t in the Naruto series

Sasuke Uchiha drawing

That’s right in Masashi Kishimoto’s original concept of the Naruto series there was no Sasuke. It was only after he talked to one of his editors about the future of the series that the idea of a rival for Naruto was brought up. This is where Sasuke Uchiha was created. It’s a good thing too because the Naruto series would have been very short-lived without him.

5. Sasuke doesn’t use honorifics with anyone outside of his clan

Sasuke Uchiha

If you’re a long time watcher of anime you’ve heard honorifics used. It’s usually the sama or san at the end of someone’s last name. Such as Orochimaru-sama. It is used to refer to someone whom you have a lot of respect for or is of high status. It is also very disrespectful to not refer to someone like a respected elder with these honorifics. So Sasuke comes off very arrogant and disrespectful in the series. Only using it to refer to his clan members also suggest that he thinks anyone outside of the Uchiha clan is worthless.

Your turn

Do you know any cool facts from Naruto? Doesn’t have to be about Sasuke Uchiha or any character in particular. Just something interesting you wouldn’t think too many people would know. Comment your facts in the comment section below!

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Top 5 Vegeta Fights in Dragon Ball Z

The Prince of all Saiyans is considered by many to be one of the greatest anti-heroes to bless the anime stage. He’s ruthlessness, love of fighting, and all around badassery make Vegeta fights some of the most exciting in the series.

Vegeta vs Recoome

There’s only a handful of times Vegeta does something out of character, but whenever he does you know its about to go down. Abandoning his one man rampage on planet Namek and teaming up with Gohan and Krillin is one of those times. But drastic times call for drastic measures.

Featured: Drastic Times
Featured: Drastic Times

What starts off as an intense volley of punches, kicks, and ki blasts from Vegeta ultimately ends as nothing more than some sort of weird strip. Vegeta only manages to blow up Recoome’s armor, only to then get beaten to a bloody pulp. Not one of the Saiyan Prince’s best moments, but one that contributes a lot to the show. It’s the first time Vegeta allied himself with the Z Warriors, and eventually leads to him joining them back on Earth.

Vegeta vs Zarbon Round 2

Vegeta Fights Zarbon

The Dark Saiyan Prince is back and stronger than ever thanks to the Zenkai boost from their previous fight. Zarbon’s greatest mistake was only leaving Vegeta on death’s doorstep and not taking him all the way through into the afterlife. Vegeta is only more than happy to return the favor this time around. Vegeta shows his opponent absolutely no mercy in his usual over the top kind of way we all grew to love. (Nothing screams over the top cartoon violence like getting punched, and then blasted through the stomach).

We also get to see Vegeta’s keen strategic mind in action, providing a more in depth look at how Vegeta fights. He easily get the upper-hand by baiting Zarbon to lunge at him. Vegeta then blinds Zarbon with a fistful of dirty he had picked up earlier and creates the opening Vegeta needs to strike his finishing blow.

Vegeta vs Android 19

Vegeta Fights 19

Quite possibly one of the greatest transformations in the Dragon Ball Z collection. I would even argue that Vegeta’s first on screen Super Saiyan transformation is in the worthy to stand next to that of Gohan’s Super Saiyan 2 transformation against Cell.

What puts this fight on the lists is basically all the things that makes Vegeta, well Vegeta. He comes back from humiliations in a way that makes you forget he was even humiliated in the first place. After losing the chance to become the first Super Saiyan in over 1000 years to Goku (a low class warrior), and the introduction of Trunks’ Super Saiyan form Vegeta finally stuns the Z Warriors with a transformation of his own.

Unlike Goku and Trunks however he shows no mercy with his newfound power. He defeats Android 19 in such a brutal way that you almost forget he’s one of the good guys now. This fight alone perfectly sums up the raw power, sinister undertones, and arrogant personality that makes Vegeta one of the greatest antiheroes in anime history.

Vegeta Fights Goku (Saiyan Saga)

Vegeta Fights

Argued to be on of the first real boss battles of the Dragon Ball Z series, and one of the most memorable Vegeta fights. Akira Toriyama spent the better part of the saga building up the hype behind the mysterious warrior race, and Vegeta delivered with interest.The Saiyan Prince pushes what’s left of the Z warriors to the brink, and Goku proves no match by himself even with King Kai’s training.

What puts this fight on the list (aside from the amazing fight animations) is that it has a lot of firsts and lasts. It’s the last time we’ll get to see the Great Ape transformation used (Dragon Ball GT is non-canon and doesn’t count). It’s also the first time characters powerful enough to destroy the planet in a single blast are introduced. Had Goku not performed the Kaio-Ken X4 Vegeta’s Galick Gun would have obliterated the Earth.


In the end it took Goku completely wrecking his body, a Gohan Great Ape transformation, Krillin, and Yajirobe to contain Vegeta. Noticed I said contain, because even with all that help Vegeta was still able to crawl away from the battlefield alive. Giving proof to the fact that at one point in time Vegeta was indeed stronger than Goku.

Majin Vegeta vs Goku

Vegeta Fights

Punch for punch this isn’t just one of the best Vegeta fights, but one of the best battles in the entire series. Seeing a glimpse of Goku’s power when Goku faced off against Yakon Vegeta realizes that even with all the intense training he underwent after the Cell Games he is still far behind Goku. Thinking that his time on Earth and his family have made him weak he allows Babadi to take control of his mind (although not completely) and tap into his inner hatred.

The two power up to Super Saiyan 2 and commence their most intense and final battle to prove who is strongest once and for all. The fight itself only last a couple of episodes, short compared to other fights in the DBZ series. What it lacks in length however it makes up with in jaw dropping action.

Vegeta Fights Goku
Majin Vegeta fights Goku

This fight is different from most in the series in that it appeared to be so evenly matched (sure Goku could go SS3, but we had no idea at the time). Most of the fights we had seen up until this point were either completely one sided or started off one sided until someone was able to unlock a new transformation and change the tide of battle.

We also get some great character development from Vegeta. He explains his constant struggle trying to keep up with Goku over the years, and how time on Earth had turned him soft. Goku tries to explains to Vegeta that he can both a great fighter and a loving father and husband. While at first Vegeta scoffs at the idea we see him come around sacrificing himself trying to defeat Buu not only for Trunks and Bulma, but Goku as well.

Your turn

What were some of your favorite Vegeta fights? I only cover DBZ, but feel free to include any of the other series. Comment your answers below!


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Strongest Anime Characters – Ultimate Guide

The strongest anime characters has been a debate issue since Goku first released a Kamehameha wave. While it’s impossible to state the strongest of all time. (New anime come out every year, and old characters are constantly getting stronger). I’ve decided to build a system that will let us compare the heros and villains of the anime universe more easily.

God Characters

These are without a doubt the strongest anime characters, the can accomplish inhuman feats without breaking a sweat or even showing their true power in a series. They are without a doubt the strongest in the series, but aren’t always the main character (being basically a God would make fights boring). It’s also hard to compare these character with character from other series because we haven’t even begun to see their true power. Some examples of these characters are:


1. Saitama (One Punch Man)

Strongest Anime Characters
Argued by many as one of the strongest anime characters

100 situps, 100 pushups, 100 squats, and 10 km run. Everyday for three years. One Punch Man’s rigorous workout routine that lead to his immeasurable power. This power has come at a cost however since he acquired it he has been able to defeat every single opponent with one punch. Much to his disappointment as he is no longer able to enjoy the thrill of a good fight. We have never seen One Punch Man break a sweat during his outrageous feats so we can only assume that he wasn’t even using 10% of his actual power.

Feats include surviving in the vacuum of space, and launching himself from the moon to the Earth. This is without burning up entering the Earth’s atmosphere. Withstanding the gravity effects of a black hole. Destroying an incoming asteroid. Even negating a star destroying energy blast, and killing his opponent with a single blow.

2. Whis (Dragon Ball Super)


Whis is the well mannered servant to the God of Destruction Beerus. It’s revealed by Beerus however that Whis was also his martial arts master, and is much stronger than even him. This is shown when Whis knocks Beerus out with a single chop to the neck. Whis is also able to fend off both Goku and Vegeta without much effort, even toying with them by writing his autograph on their clothes. Stating that he can react faster than their synapses could reach their brain. Aside from seemingly infinite speed and strength he also possess plenty of unique abilities. Reversing time for three minutes when the Earth was destroyed, and traveling across several nebulas in mere moments just to name a couple.

Legendary Characters

This are characters that basically dominated everything around them with ease. The only way they could be taken down is through every single other character uniting against them. They can be defeated, but it’s usually in some lame cop out that pisses a lot of people off because the author pulled something out of their ass. legendary characters are the strongest anime characters without basically being Gods and untouchable. Some of these anime characters include:

1. Broly (The Legendary Super Saiyan)


Born with a power level of 10,000 Broly as an infant is stronger than Goku even after Goku trained in the otherworld with King Kai. In his first appearance he was able to dominate all the Z warriors he went up against. Easily controlling the tide of battle against Super Saiyans Goku, Vegeta, Trunks and Gohan, and Piccolo in his Super Namekian form. Broly even takes a fully power Kamehameha wave at point blank without even flinching. Broly is only defeated after all the Z fighters transfer their energy to Goku, which is somehow able to defeat him. Even though all of them separately at full power couldn’t even scratch him. He appears again in later movies, again dominating every single Z fighter, and again somehow being defeated in the span of minutes with some cop out.

2. Kaguya Otsutsuki (Naruto)


The creator of all chakra, the first ten-tails jinjuriki, and possesses all Kekkei Genkai. It’s a long resume and we haven’t even started to talk about her abilities. She’s able to create and travel through different dimensions. Not only that she is the embodiment of every single ninja, possessing every ability in the series. I would have to write a completely different article to try and sum them all up.

To keep it short, I’ll try to describe what it takes to seal her away. (She can’t die because she’s immortal). She was first defeated by her two sons Hagoromo, the Sage of the Six Paths (a God himself in the series), and Hamura (also the equivalent of a God albeit less powerful than his brother). The second time she is defeated it takes Naruto (the series main character), Sasuke, Sakura, Kakashi, and Obito. And this is even after Naruto and Sasuke receive some of Hagoromo’s power, and Obito is killed.

Hero Characters

These are usually the main characters in a series. They definitely don’t start out as the strongest anime characters, but through their training are able to usually come out on top. Usually loveable and strong although not the smartest, they’re the character’s we all grow to love. Some of the favorites are:

1. Goku (Dragon Ball Series)


Born into the brutal warrior race known as the saiyans Goku was sent to Earth with the mission to destroy its inhabitants. One knock to the head, and a series that spans from 1984 and is still going on till this day, later we have the Earth’s greatest hero. Goku is the first person people think of when it comes to the strongest anime characters and with good reason. He’s battled galactic overlords, genetically engineered beings, and even receives training from Whis. Throughout the Dragon Ball series Goku is driven by the desire to fight strong opponents. And fights them he does. Often times his enemies are much stronger than him, but through intense training he is always able to overcome. While Goku may not be the strongest ever, especially with the arrive of people like Beerus and Whis he’ll always rank first in our heart.

2. Naruto Uzumaki (Naruto)


The number one hyperactive knuckle head ninja of the Hidden Leaf. Naruto starts out with the worst grades in the ninja academy, failing to become a ninja several times. Being the nine tails jinjuriki Naruto was always despised among the villagers, and acted out for attention. It was only thanks to Iruka sensei that he was able to start forming bonds with those around him. It’s this love for his friends and with their help he was able to become truly strong, and achieve his dream of becoming Hokage.

By befriending and learning from great ninja like Jiraiya, and Killer B, Naruto is able to master a kinds of new jutsu and able to tap into his hidden strength. Winning over the tailed beast inside of him even further bolsters his ability to the point at the end of the series he is able to go up against God like characters such as Kaguya.


Who do you think the strongest anime characters are?

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5 Best Sport Anime You Need to Watch

Let’s be honest most of us don’t play sports and we definitely don’t watch anime about sports. However after recently watching some of the best sport anime out there and I just found a new favorite genre. Just watch one of the shows on this list and I’m sure you’ll fall in love too.

5. Yowamushi Pedal


Samaichi Onoda is a regular Otaku student wanting to start an Anime club in his high school (hit’s right at home doesn’t it?). Having no luck recruiting the first members of his club however he decides to venture to Akihabara and asking around there. 90 Km away. On an old heavy bike. Luckily he’s been making this trip since he was a child. This is when he runs into cyclist Shunsake Imaizumi sees Onoda pedal up an incredible steep hill. Impressed Shunsake challenges Onoda to a race, if Onoda wins Imaizumi joins his anime club. So begins Onodas foray into high speed cycling. Fast bikes, Otaku student, and an anime about anime club? What’s not to love.

4. Haikyuu!!


Pipsqueak Shoyo Hinata feels inspired to start a volleyball team after watching the “Little Giant” in action. With some pretty impressive skill he even manages to take his newly formed middle school team to the championships. Only to be crushed in the first match by the Kings of the Court Tobio Kageyama. Shouyou vows to defeat him in there next encounter. Once graduated however he finds himself on the same team as Tobio in high school. Now they have to work together, improve each other’s weaknesses, and make their team the best in Japan. A great story with a strong rivalry, I’d give it a 7.5/10.

3. Diamond no Ace


You know how Americans are all about their football? Yeah well that’s how Japan is about baseball…but on steroids. That loves is perfectly portrayed in Diamond no Ace . It stars Eijun Sawamura who just recently accepted an offer to play baseball at renown Seidou high school. To say the competition is fierce is an understatement. Determined to make a name for himself Eijun vows he’ll become the team’s best player. Standing in his way is Satoru Furuya fellow first year who’s killer arm has already secured him a spot on the starting line up. If you want a good team oriented sport anime, this is the one.

2. Ping Pong the Animation

Best sport anime without getting to physical
Best sport anime without getting to physical

If team based sports or physically demanding activities isn’t in your taste, but you still want to give sport anime a try then I’d suggest watching this one first. Makoto Tsukimoto along with his friends compete in the iinter-high table tennis competition. To the winner goes the gloryIntense competition, ambitions main character, and grueling training. This has all the elements needed to be one of the best sport anime without the physical contact or team dynamics.

1. Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting


Finally we have Hajime no Ippo. This anime chronicles the tale of Ippo Makunouchi a shy student who is constantly being terrorized by bullies when one day during a particularly aggressive beat down he is rescued by Takamura Mamoru, a pro boxer. Takamura takes the unconscious Ippo to Kamogawa Gym, where upon waking up Ippo takes his frustration out on a punching bag. This is where Ippo’s gift for boxing is immediately revealed. After convincing Takamuro to bring him under his tutelage Ippo begins the start of his own boxing career. You’ll see Ippo completely all sorts of cool training and progress to different boxing championships. This series’ intense fight scenes are only matched by the colorful character development, the best sport anime in my opinion and worth looking into.



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The Evolution of the Sharingan

The sharingan is quite possibly one of the most badass Bloodline traits in the Naruto series. What started off as a cool gimmick to copy jutsus and play head games with your opponent quickly turned into the center stage for the rest of the Naruto Shippuden franchise.  In part this is due to its evolution in the series. Without going into to much of the detailed history of the Uchiha Clan (another post for another day) we’ll take a look into what made the sharingan and it’s subsequent transformations quite possibly one of the most overpowered transformation in the anime world. (Looking at you Super Saiyan)

The Basic Sharingan


Before we start I want to clarify that being born an Uchiha doesn’t automatically grant you the sharingan later in life. It only manifest in certain individuals, and even then that individual must undergo an intense emotional experience. The experience can be negative such as when Madara lost his younger brother, or positive like when Obito felt the strong desire to protect Kakashi. The premature and fully matured sharingan definitely have their perks, but they come with plenty of weakness and drawbacks that can be exploited. The premature sharingan has all the same abilities a fully matured sharingan has just not the same proficiency. It’s two main abilities include the Eye of Insight and the Eye of Hypnotism.

The Eye of Insight grants the user incredible clarity, making them able to see people chakra, predict an opponent’s movements, and even copy their jutsu. This technique isn’t perfect however. The Eye of sight can’t see chakra to the degree the Byakugan can, and it doesn’t matter if you can predict where your enemy is going to hit you if you can’t react fast enough to block or dodge. And while you are able to copy most jutsus if you can’t perform another clan’s Kekkei Genkai, or use a change in chakra nature you don’t posses.

The Eye of Hypnotism allows the user to cast powerful genjutsu on its opponents, and even in some cases allows them to fully control them. Its with this eye that Madara and Sasuke among other were able to control the Tailed beast. In most cases however the user has to make eye contact with their opponent, with only a handful of users able to perform this genjutsu without making eye contact.


First Evolution: Mangekyo Sharingan


This is where the badassery begins. To awaken the Mangekyo Sharingan the ninja must go through an extremely traumatic event, almost always involving the loss of someone very precious to them. In fact this is where the Uchiha Curse of Hatred comes from. Many Uchiha killed the ones they loved most in order to obtain the power of the Mangekyo Sharingan. Each ninja’s Mangekyo Sharingan is unique in its appearance and varies in ability, and if a user is able to unlock the Mangekyo Sharingan in both eyes he is able to wield the Susanoo, a massive humanoid deity made from the user’s chakra.

The abilities themselves vary greatly from Itachi’s Tsukuyomi, a genjutsu so powerful it is capable of disrupting the victim’s perception of time, to Obito’s Kamui which alters space-time itself allowing him to teleport things into a different dimension.  These great powers have an even great drawback however, using them more than a couple of times a day completely drains the user’s energy to the point that Kakashi would pass out if he used his Mangekyo Sharingan more than 3 times. Continued use also leads the user to blindness, no longer able to use the sharingan at all.


Second Evolution: Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan



Like its former variations it comes with a price. The ninja must receive a transplanted Mangekyo Sharingan from someone with close familial ties, ideally a sibling. This has lead to many among the Uchiha killing their own family members in order to obtain its powers. Achieving the Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan not only cures any blindness caused by overuse it also negates most negative sides effects and makes the originals abilities stronger. Transplanting a Mangekyo merges the design of the transplanter and transplantee’s eye into the Eternal Mangekyo.


Final Evolution: Rinnegan


The Rinnegan is the final evolution of the sharingan, and can only be awakened by gaining the Sage of the Six Paths chakra. This is done by either the Sage giving it directly or reproducing it by combining the chakra of his two sons Indra and Asura. Given how much is required to achieve this final transformation only two Uchiha, Sasuke and Madara, have been able to unlock the Rinnegan. With it the user can use all the Sage of the Six Paths abilities and all five changes in chakra nature. Each individual user also gets access to his own individual Rinnegan abilites such as Sasuke’s ability to switch places with any object within his range or Madara’s ability to create invisible shadows.

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What form is Trunks in, in Dragon Ball Super?

Nishit has been a fan of the page and website since the very start, and he definitely knows he’s stuff. So when he came to us about writing an article I knew I just had to post it. To say that it’s well written and insightful doesn’t even give it enough respect. Keep up the good work bud, you’re definitely going places.  Keep Reading

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Goku Black Finally Revealed

The complex history of Goku Black’s appearance has finally been revealed in the latest Dragon Ball Super episodes. It is revealed that Goku Black is actually Zamasu, former North Kia of Universe 10, who used the power of the Super Dragon Balls to swap bodies with Goku. Once Zamasu possessed Goku’s body he traveled to Earth and killed Goku and his family. Goku Black’s ultimate plan is to destroy every mortal across all times and universes.

To make that plan a reality Zamasu had to find a Universes without a God of Destruction since Kai’s can’t interfere with planets. After searching he eventually found Future Trunks’ universe which didn’t have a God of Destruction, and teamed up with himself (future Zamasu) and once again gathered the Super Dragon Balls this time wishing immortality for future Zamasu, and then after waiting a year wished for the Super Dragon Balls to be destroyed. This eventually leads us to events at the beginning of the Super Trunks Saga.