So the first episode of Dragon Ball Heroes aired today, and I have to say, it wasn’t as good as I expected it to be. But, I will also say that this is a Promotional Anime, not a TV anime. This was mentioned long before the series began airing, and was evident from the length if the episode as well. As you might have noticed, the episode length of Dragon Ball Heroes Episode 1 was just over 8 minutes. A normal Dragon Ball episode is generally over 20 minutes in duration.
I know a lot of you were disappointed in today’s episode, but honestly, that’s what it is going to be like. The story makes no sense and the characters just pop out of nowhere. For those of you who wanted to see Super Saiyan Blue Goku vs Super Saiyan 4 Goku, well you got your fight.
Dragon Ball Heroes: Super Saiyan 4 Goku vs Super Saiyan Blue Goku
If you were expecting them to go all out, you were wrong. Turns out, they exchange a bunch of blows and that’s it. I have to say, seeing Super Saiyan 4 once again did make me happy though. But, coming back to the episode, I think it all happened in the blink of an eye, so it didn’t interest me too much. We also got to see Cooler by the end of the episode. As you might have heard already, we are going to see Golden Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes as well. So that’s something I’m really excited for.
It seems like Trunks is the one who is going to go up against Cooler, so he may be the one fighting it as well. On the other hand, Cumber, the Evil Saiyan was also revealed to us in the very first episode of Super Dragon Ball Heroes.
Fuu will be using him pretty soon, and since this PV anime does take its liberties with the story, you might even see him wreck Super Saiyan Blue Goku. Cumber is a character that people want to see in action, so maybe that’s going to happen in Episode 2 of Dragon Ball Heroes. What’s more, it is possible that we will see Vegito Blue return in the next episode as well. Maybe that’s something that’ll make my interest in the anime go a bit up. As of now, I don’t think this is good enough to watch, but of course, you can give it a go if you want to.
Where To Watch Dragon Ball Heroes Anime?
Dragon Ball Heroes airs only in Japan, so you cannot stream it over Crunchyroll or any other such service. However, you may be able to find some streamable links with the fan provided subtitles. That’s the only way to watch Super Dragon Ball Heroes.