Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball Z is undoubtedly one of the most influential and famous shonen of all time, but it has some holes that few fans noticed.
One of Dragon Ball Z’s holes is in the Majin Buu Saga, the last phase of the anime, where Toriyama ended up getting lost a little.
This scoop happens at the end of the saga, when Shenron is invoked to revive all the people who were killed by the pink villain.
Dragon Ball Z ending features plot glitch by Dragon Ball Super
When Dende asks Shenron to revive those killed by Majin Buu, he makes it clear that the dragon was supposed to bring only the good people.
However, as seen in Dragon Ball Super, among those revived by Shenron was Captain Ginyu, one of Frieza’s soldiers, who was all along scheming in the body of a toad.
Despite being in a toad’s body, Ginyu was still an evil being with evil plans, as shown when he managed to take over Tagoma’s body and again caused trouble, until he was finally killed for good by Vegeta.
Fortunately, this error is very small and does not affect the plot of Dragon Ball in any serious way.
Dragon Ball Super is currently in the Super Hero arc of the manga, where Goku and Vegeta are training with Beerus to defeat Freeza, while Gohan and Piccolo will get new transformations.
The power manga read by Manga Plus, which releases new chapters every month. The anime, on the other hand, has been paused since 2018 and there is no sign of a return for now.