Dragon Ball Super — Episode 120 Review

Spoilers will be talked about below, so please be sure to watch the latest episode before reading on! This review is based off of the dub version of Super that currently airs on Toonami.

Dragon Ball Super Episode 120
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We’re down to the wire in the Tournament Of Power with only three universes remaining: 3, 7 and 11. And we’re not slowing down as Universe 3 goes on the crazy offensive against Universe 7 in Episode 120. So what exactly went down between the two universes and what was Universe 11 up too while all of this was happening? Well, lets get into the review.

Dragon Ball Super Episode 120
Photo Source: Funimation/Toei Animation/Cartoon Network

We pick up shortly after the end of last week’s episode, with a bit of a slow down in the fighting as Gohan regroups with Goku and Vegeta and the Androids are paired up.Before they have any moment to catch their breath though, the God of Destruction of Universe 3 gives the orders for his 5 remaining fighters to go all out against Universe 7. And that they do, with the three robot fighters charging at a breakneck speed against the Sayians while another goes after the Androids while the last one Dr. Pepperoni is hanging back and issuing orders to them all.

Dragon Ball Super Episode 120
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The Universe 3 robot fighting against Androids 17 and 18, is at first impervious to all attacks but then is easily defeated once 17 and 18 push through and break his defense. 17 says it was stupid of them to just take their attacks like that, especially when the Androids ramped up the heat against it cracking its body armor. It’s at this point we spend most of the episode with Gohan who at this point is fighting all three robots on his own while giving Goku and Vegeta time to rest up.

Dragon Ball Super Episode 120
Photo Source: Funimation/Toei Animation/Cartoon Network

Everything is going well until the three robots combine together Voltron-style and get a massive power boost. Luckily, Gohan gave enough time to his dad and Vegeta and they are able to help out the younger Saiyan by firing off a Galick Gun and Kamehameha combo. However, this was just a decoy and Gohan’s Kamehameha was the real move that blasted the combined robot and Dr. Pepperoni away from the fight.

Dragon Ball Super Episode 120
Photo Source: Funimation/Toei Animation/Cartoon Network

You would think that this was the end of it and the last four Universe 3 fighters are gone, but that wasn’t the case and instead they were just at the very edge of the stage! Dr. Pepperoni then stood up and lifted his cane into the air as he bathed the entire area with a strange purple hue, saying that his universe still has one super powerful, ultimate technique left as the episode came to a close with only ten minutes left for the Tournament.

Dragon Ball Super Episode 120
Photo Source: Funimation/Toei Animation/Cartoon Network

Other things going on, is that while all of this was happening Frieza — who sounded really weird this episode — was off just chilling and watching the fights. Same was said of Universe 11’s remaining Pride Trooper as they just, rather menacing, watched everything too. Beerus on the other hand was quite impressed by Gohan’s intelligence and skill while fighting and actually acknowledge him by name. Beerus doesn’t do this that often!

Dragon Ball Super Episode 120
Photo Source: Funimation/Toei Animation/Cartoon Network
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Author: Mark Francis

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