Since Goku’s Ultra Instinct was introduced in the Tournament of Power, everyone seem to want Goku in that state again. We just can’t help ourselves to disagree on Whis’ statement that it is impossible for Goku to achieve that state again. And because of this, we just really want Goku to beat the heck out of Kefla and move on to Jiren again.
But it seems like we will be seeing the Ultra Instinct a lot earlier than we really expected. We don’t really need to wake Jiren up and drag him out of his meditation. Latest spoilers from Todd Blakenship states that Goku will be using Ultra Instinct again in the Episode 116 of Dragon Ball Super. Titled “The Comeback Omen! Ultra Instinct’s great explosion!”, it can be concluded that Goku will be utilizing the Ultra Instinct again.
Just like the Super Saiyan God, Goku seem to be able to utilize the Ultra Instinct even without the help of a catalyst such as the Spirit Bomb. According to the spoiler, Goku will be using the Ultra Instinct against Kefla, the powerful Potara Fusion of Kale and Caulifla. This means that Kefla has a power that even rivals that of Goku’s Super Saiyan Blue Kaioken.
It was never stated clearly if Goku will be able to eliminate Kefla, but it was mentioned that because of Goku’s Ultra Instinct, Kefla will be pushed to power up further. It looks like Goku is really in trouble while fighting Kefla. It was not sure if Goku will be using the Ultra Instinct without the red aura or not.
Beerus and the other Gods might hate it, but now tha t it seems like Goku can achieve this state at his will, he basically surpassed them all totally. All that Goku needs to do is to train and improve his usage of the state and who knows he might even be able to use it like that of Whis.
Dragon Ball Super Anime Is Not Ending
Dragon Ball Super anime is more than two years old, and the anime is still going on high. “Dragon Ball Super” is quite popular in Japan and now getting dubbed in various other languages across the globe. But there are those fans who are already counting down the days until Dragon Ball Super ends. In the show, a two-year run is a long time unless you are One Piece, but fans shouldn’t worry just yet. According to Toyotarou, DBS still has a long way to go.
The timeline of Akira Toriyama’s franchise is a confusing one, and the creator could choose to retcon any part of DBZ after its time skip. When the last anime ended, it did so following a ten-year jump which saw Goku meet up with Uub. Dragon Ball Super takes place 4 years after Majin Buu was Defeated, so the show has to cover six years worth of content.
However, many fans noticed that the show did not touch the ending of DBZ. Characters like Bulla, Pan, and Uub were not included in Dragon Ball Super at the beginning.
These characters have since been slowly introduced into the show. Pan was born in the “Golden Frieza” arc and Bulla was born more recently in the “Universal Survival” arc. As for Uub, Dende mentioned a “powerful village boy” when talking with Goku. He suggested that Goku should train him.
The author of Dragon Ball Super, Toyotarou, says that the goal is to revisit the end of Dragon Ball Z.
Dragon Ball Super runs on story suggestions, Toriyama designs the main characters, but the artwork comes from Toyotarou, a creator of manga who started drawing Dragon Ball because he was a big fan.
“Dragon Ball Super must reach Dragon Ball Z’s ending, the last chapter, ten years after Buu; The story must go there.
Even Toriyama, when drawing the manga, didn’t think about the end of the show, and so we don’t know how far we have to go yet”.
Kimitoshi (Super’s first series director) and the current producer, Hiroyuki, was recently in Barcelona At manga convection, and their comments suggested that a March ending might not be the case.