Dragon Ball Heroes is set to continue for now, and those of you that have been following it should be extremely happy. The show is going to continue even when Super returns in July, and that’s good because even if it doesn’t make much sense, it is fun to watch, of course. In the previous episode, we saw Goku tap into Ultra Instinct Omen in his fight.
Goku has trained under Grand Priest, and can now use it at will, unlike the other times where he had to work out to tap into it. We don’t know if he can use Mastered Ultra Instinct in the same way yet, but it will definitely be interesting if he can. Fans will now be waiting for the next episode of Dragon Ball Heroes, and we’ll be discussing that in the next episode in this post.
Before we begin, I want to let you all know that this post may contain a bunch of spoilers from the upcoming episode of Dragon Ball Heroes. If you don’t want to get spoiled, I suggest that you stop reading the post here.
However, if spoilers don’t bother you, we can get started. GP Goku, Vegeta, and the other allies are dead set on saving Universe 11, and they’ll be going all out in the next episode of the show. The title is a big giveaway. It reads, “Counterattack! Fierce Attack! Goku and Vegeta!”.
Here is the synopsis for Super Dragon Ball Heroes Episode 10:
“SDBH #10: utilizing Ultra Instinct Omen, Gokuu unleashes a fierce attack against the Core Area warriors. Having been caught off guard and absorbed by Oren before, Vegeta trembles in a fury. Will they be able to stage a counterattack against these limitless foes? Streaming mid-April”
Dragon Ball Heroes might be coming to an end in upcoming few episodes. You can watch Super Dragon Ball Heroes on Youtube.