Dragon Ball Super Chapter 73 is yet to be released in the next few days but the spoilers and raw scans for the chapter have already been leaked online.
Just like the other popular manga series, Dragon Ball Super is also being targeted by manga leakers. It’s not surprising to see the details of the upcoming chapter and we’re here to share the information that we gathered about Chapter 73 of the Dragon Ball Super manga.
Dragon Ball Super Chapter 73 Spoilers
According to the leaked Dragon Ball Super Chapter 73 spoilers on Twitter, the upcoming chapter will be titled “Goku vs Granolah“, suggesting that it will cover the fight between Goku and Granolah.
The fight between these two powerful individuals has been showcased in the upcoming chapter. Unfortunately, the leaked Chapter 73 raw scans see the defeat of Son Goku.
Granola (verdadeiro) humilha Goku!
Dragon Ball Super Spoilers 73 pic.twitter.com/T92oHG9M8v
— Kami Sama Explorer (@kamisamaexp) June 18, 2021
Goku was seen lying on the ground while Granolah seems to be undamaged. With Son Goku’s defeat, Vegeta was smiling and was ready to step in to fight Granola.
Dragon Ball Super Chapter 73 Release Date
Similar to the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Dragon Ball Super manga is only getting one new chapter every month. Chapter 73 of the Dragon Ball Super manga will officially release on June 20, 2021.
Now that the spoilers and raw scans for the upcoming chapter are already available online, it is safe to assume that the manga will be releasing on its regular schedule.
Be the first to read the official release of the manga by visiting the official distributors such as Viz Media and Manga Plus by Shueisha.
More About Dragon Ball Super
The Dragon Ball Super manga continues the story of Son Goku and his adventures after the battle against Majin Buu, but before the final chapters involving the 28th World Martial Arts Tournament. While it is based on Toriyama’s outline, it differs significantly from the two most recent Dragon Ball Super anime and the Dragon Ball Z films in terms of plot.
Dragon Ball Super was serialized by Shueisha in 2015, and it was published in the V-Jump magazine. In 2017, Viz Media has also started releasing the official English version of the Dragon Ball Super manga series. Currently, Dragon Ball Super already has a total of 6 story arcs, having Granolah the Survivor Saga as the current and ongoing arc.For more updates on Dragon Ball Super and other new manga and anime, follow us here.