Dragon Ball Super leak reveals Moro’s newest transformation

Published: 18/Mar/2019 18:49 Updated: 14/Oct/2020 18:12

by Alan Bernal


A leak of the upcoming chapter in Dragon Ball Super has revealed a startling new form to super villain Moro which reveals an even more dire situation for Goku and Vegeta.

Moro is the main antagonist in the Galactic Patrol Prisoner saga and is shaping up to be one of the most exciting villains to date.

Now a new look into Chapter 46 shows Moro’s new form after seemingly draining Goku and Vegeta of their ki, revealing a revitalized look to the ancient wizard.

ToyotarouIt looks like the latest main villain has deadly secrets for Goku and Vegeta.

After busting out of his 10-million year imprisonment, Moro took off to New Namek where he encountered Vegeta. When the Prince of Saiyans unleashed everything he had at the ancient fiend, even turning into Super Saiyan Blue, Moro uncovered one of his magical abilities that let him absorb the energy of both Vegeta and Goku.

In the leak, even Moro looked stunned at his new form. Though powerful, the wizard looked thoroughly aged with scrawny limbs and a drawn-out beard.

Moro’s new fit shows him in a much younger light. What was once an almost malnourished and decrepit figure has turned into a muscular form touting a much shorter beard.

By draining the powers of the two Saiyans, he’s left them completely void of energy as Goku noted that he couldn’t even use his Instant Transmission after being drained.

With two of Earth’s strongest fighters out of commission before the encounter with Moro’s new form even starts, it’ll be interesting to see how the saga unfolds to stop the burgeoning threat.


Attack on Titan cosplayer hacks and slashes into battle as Eren Yeager 

Published: 2/Dec/2020 7:07

by Alex Tsiaoussidis


Attack on Titan’s Eren Yeager is a popular choice among cosplayers, but a recent effort re-created the character perfectly, and the pictures have gone viral. 

Attack on Titan is one of the darkest and strangest mainstream animes in recent times. However, that hasn’t stopped it from becoming an incredibly popular smash-hit. If anything, it’s probably the reason why.

Nobody ever thought they’d be into a story about human soldiers locked into a battle with over-sized human-looking monsters called Titans who eat people.

Yet, here we all are, and we’re hooked. 

Attack on Titan has many interesting characters, but it revolves around Eren Yeager, the main protagonist. He started as an impulsive and hardheaded peasant with a burning despite to help eliminate Titans.

But he quickly grew into a capable member of the Scout Regiment and even stumbled upon a special power of his own. For that reason, he’s become a fan-favorite among fans and cosplayers alike.

Attack On Titan Eren Yeager Cosplay
Eren Yeager is the main protagonist in Attack on Titan.

A cosplayer named Noah Lance decided to step into Eren Yeager’s boots. They’re massive ones to fill, but he did such a great job, the photos have gone viral. The pictures have already generated almost 10,000 likes on Instagram.

“I hate people when they’re not polite,” he said, in reference to one of Eren Yeager’s quotes from the show. “If you end up on my table, then it serves you right.”


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Noah’s outfit looks like the real deal. It has everything from the khaki-colored shirt, brown belt, brown straps to a replica necklace. The dual swords are the best feature, though, and they round it off nicely.

There’s also a second shot that provides a more zoomed-out view of the boots, straps, and pants. Noah’s definitely put in a lot of attention to detail, and it shows.

“And I’m hoping that you will see yourself like I see you,” he said.


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Attack on Titan can be dark and grueling at times, but it still provides endless opportunities for fans and cosplayers to shine. Noah’s Eren Yeager cosplay is a testament to that.

The fourth and final series kicks off on December 7.

It marks the beginning of the end for the show, but there’s no doubt Attack on Titan fans will be in for a roller-coaster ride along the way.