Dragon Ball Super: this is how Freeza conquered planets according to chapter 77. (Photo: Toyotaro)

Goku and Vegeta face one of the most powerful villains in Dragon Ball Super: Big wave. This character has managed to accumulate a lot of power after making a wish on Ultimate Shen Long and now he has sworn revenge against Freeza and his subjects (the Saiyans) because they attacked his planet in the past.

While many fans hope the epic match continues, Toyotaro proves he has other plans. Recently, the first images of chapter 77 of the manga began to be shared, where part of the plot is advanced.

Only in the first image you can see that it is one of those episodes that takes a look at the past. Monite, the last Namekian on the planet Cereal, begins to explain the exact moment that Freeza arrived.

The Cerelians and Nameks were exchanging technology and agriculture when the spaceships of Freeza’s army arrived. They began to launch the Saiyans in capsules from the sky to transform them into giant primates.

Meanwhile, the other villains go down and take care of the survivors. If you pay attention to the last vignette, Bardock, with his characteristic scar, can be seen going on the attack against a mysterious character.

Dragon Ball Super: this is how Freeza conquered planets according to chapter 77. (Photo: Toyotaro)
Dragon Ball Super: this is how Freeza conquered planets according to chapter 77. (Photo: Toyotaro)
Dragon Ball Super: this is how Freeza conquered planets according to chapter 77. (Photo: Toyotaro)
Dragon Ball Super: this is how Freeza conquered planets according to chapter 77. (Photo: Toyotaro)
Dragon Ball Super: this is how Freeza conquered planets according to chapter 77. (Photo: Toyotaro)
Dragon Ball Super: this is how Freeza conquered planets according to chapter 77. (Photo: Toyotaro)
Dragon Ball Super: this is how Freeza conquered planets according to chapter 77. (Photo: Toyotaro)

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