AnimeLab also has the entire series subbed for free and premium users; the subtitles for those episodes covered by the dub are still those provided by Toei for the simulcast, rather than the Funimation-Simmons subtitles on the home release. However, after those two arcs, the animation gets noticeably better.
People seem to think that because the animation in Super has become more consistently good recently compared to past arcs, the schedule for the series has improved. Beerus is also develops more as he gets to warm up to goku and his friends through out these arcs and I'm hoping maybe one day we can see him more in a situation to care about his own universe regarding his past actions.
The first 2 of the actual series that are new villains and the only ones that should be considered as such from episode 47 (sorry, but neither beerus, frieza, Jiren or champa counted for me as true villains) i felt both Zamasu and Black was a mix bag which I loved but also hated.
While drawing up Future Trunks for the current story arc, Toriyama did what he always did, only this time it wasn't changed back. The series is also able to incorporate effective drama and genuinely hilarious comedy into its story, the most noteworthy being the action and pure fighting that is reminiscent of Dragon Ball Z.
At this point in Super's life cycle, bad or at the very least minimalistic episodes are practically a necessity to make sure good episodes turn out alright. But with the lack of final boss defeats in Dragon ball Super, that theme isn't as resonant. The Mightiest Warriors Assemble!!" and is scheduled to air on May 21. In Episode 91, Gohan displays enough power in the training match to hold his own against Son Goku.
Because of Toei's nonexistent foresight, not only did early episodes suffer, all future episodes would have to cope with it. The schedule for Super means the second animators finish one episode they immediately have to begin working on another, or they sometimes work on multiple episodes at once, or they even have to use bank animation from a previous episode to keep up with the schedule's demands.
If I analyzed all of Super it literally has way more fan service to Dragon Ball than DBZ ever had (For example chiaotzu never used his psychic ability once in DBZ Trunks but in Super he tried to freeze Goku in the episode that Goku fought Beerus in Monaka's suit) , one of the nostalgic points is getting back to Goku's character.
He owns my favorite abilities and techniques in the Dragon Ball universe being the Time Skip techniques which just make him different in many ways to a lot of characters I've seen throughout the franchise and someone who is super composed, methodical in his outlook and strikes a code of loyal intent in his line of work.
Surprisingly, it was revealed that Goku and Jiren are not the only last fighters standing in the Tournament of Power as Frieza and Android 17 from Universe 7 were seen standing alive and well. I don't know, I think Dragon Ball Z was heavily influenced by editors because it had a different tone than Dragon Ball and because of that people think Goku really isn't what he's supposed to be in Super.
At the same time it also manages to become an unfulfilling mess with many Unresolved plot points that really makes this show's direction feel more like some unnatural fan fiction than an actual continuation after the buu arc which I feel is such a poor attempt and that is how I was honestly left feeling towards the end.