No Dragon Ball Super Episode This Week! Explained In Detail!
Hey Guys! After the last Dragon Ball Super episode 129, I am pretty sure that you all are still recovering from the shock and the chills you got while watching the episode. Well I am here to give you some new news about the upcoming Dragon Ball Super episode. It’s a bit sad but kinda amusing if you see the reason.
By seeing the title, I am pretty sure that you already know what the sad news is. Yes, we won’t be able to watch Dragon Ball Super episode 130 this week due to some reasons. We had a similar thing last week too when we had to wait 2 weeks for Dragon Ball Super episode 129 because there had to air a marathon.
We have a similar scenario here as well. There won’t be any Dragon Ball Super this week because they are going to air an another marathon in the time slot in which Dragon Ball Super airs on FujiTV. I know that it’s frustrating to wait 2 weeks instead of the usual 1 week for an episode which was left at such a big cliffhanger.
STILL, don’t leave just right now. People are blaming the marathon for the episode delay but there’s something else as well. There’s another reason why Dragon Ball Super episode 130 has to air on March 18 and not on March 11. See, Dragon Ball Super’s main audience are the Japanese fans who watch it on FujiTV.
We all are kinda insignificant to them as majority of us outside Japan watch it on pirated websites instead of Crunchyroll, etc.. Okay, let’s get to the point why March 18 is so special. Japanese fans think the wait is kind of brilliant when you consider the return date. After all, March 18 in Japan is known as Saiyan Day. Toei Animation couldn’t have planned this better.
The holiday may not be an official one in Japan, but the country’s government doesn’t have to recognize to make it real. Dragon Ball’s massive fanbase has touted the holiday for years now, leaving March 18 as the day to celebrate all things Saiyan. Isn’t it really cool? A day just for Saiyan’s and it’s really perfect for Goku’s final match of the series!
This is not the only holiday which Dragon Ball fans have come to celebrate. Japanese wordplay has given characters like Hit, Bardock, Gohan, and more their own days. Saiyan Day is the next one the fandom plans to celebrate with Bardock Day will following on May 1 and Goku & Chi Chi Day coming up on May 7.