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Dragon Ball Z Episode 47

Back in the present timeline, at Goku's House, Goku shows his newly-grown vegetable farm to Chi-Chi and Goten. Piccolo asks Goku why he called him, and Goku wants to train by collecting the entire harvest. Goku tells Piccolo that work can also be training, as Master Roshi trained him and Krillin as kids by making them work. Goten wants to join too, but Chi-Chi says he must study. While Goku and Piccolo are having an intense competition harvesting, Krillin arrives and wonders why Goku is okay with doing this while Vegeta is off training at Beerus' Planet. Overhearing this, Goku begins sensing for Vegeta's ki. On Beerus' planet, Vegeta is training with Whis. When Vegeta transforms into a Super Saiyan Blue, Goku locks onto his ki, and teleports. Everyone is surprised but Krillin, who is forced by Chi-Chi to harvest in Goku's place. As Vegeta charges, Goku teleports in front of him, and bumps into him. Goku calls Vegeta sneaky, while Vegeta calls Goku stupid. Beerus asks if Goku brought him a gift, and Goku gives him the ball of lettuce he has been holding. Beerus enjoys the lettuce but tells Goku that it is a gift too small for a God.

Dragon Ball Z Episode 47


  • Scramble for the Dragon Balls!SeriesSagaNamek SagaEpisode #47Uncut counterpart:Destination: Guru

  • Bulma's Big Day

  • Kai counterpart:A Touch-and-Go Situation! Gohan, Protect the Four-Star Ball!

  • The Countdown to Battle Begins! Enter, The Ginyu Force!

  • Chapter counterpartPremonitions of War

English airdateFebruary 7, 1998Previous episodeBig Trouble for BulmaNext episodeArrival of the Ginyu Force

"Scramble for the Dragon Balls!" is the twenty-first episode of the Namek Saga and the forty-seventh episode of the original Saban dub dub for the Dragon Ball Z series. If The Tree of Might three-parter is counted, then this episode is fiftieth overall in the Saban dub. It aired in first-run syndication on February 7, 1998.

Android 17 asks Cell if he were to believe him where they would go from there and feels disturbed him saying inside of him, telling him to stop it. Piccolo calls Cell a "walking, talking petri dish of the galaxy's strongest fighters", which Cell takes as a compliment and tells Piccolo that flattery is not needed from him since he is already "inside" of him, which Piccolo retorts with a "Stop it." Android 17 asks if there is anything else he needs to know about Cell and the latter tries to get Piccolo to tell him about his taking on of an entire battle ball team at the same time. 18 asks if he is kidding and when Piccolo confirms to her that he is not, she is unimpressed.

After several weeks of filler episodes, the long anticipated 'Black Goku' Dragon Ball Super saga is finally here. Episode 47 reintroduces us to an old friend and a deadly new villain, with plenty of questions that need answering.Spoilers after the bump:

To break up the grimness, we are given a humorous little 'slice of life' segment which intercuts with the dystopian future story. This creates a nice contrast, with the bright colours, wacky jokes and familiar bouncy music of the current timeline feeling like an antithesis of sorts. Peace time is a rare thing in the Dragon Ball universe. It will be interesting to see how the show marries the two very different styles in the next episode.

That brings us to Black Goku. Who exactly is he? The Goku we know is dead in Future Trunks' timeline, so unless they found a way to resurrect him it can't be him. Some have suggested that Black Goku is, in fact, a grown up version of Gotenks, but that doesn't make sense since he could never have been conceived, what with his father dying before getting the chance to sire him. One cool theory circulating the Dragon Ball fandom is that he is a version of Goku from Universe 6's Earth, which was restored by Beerus in Episode 41. Strangely, toward the end of the episode, Black Goku refers to Future Trunks as 'Saiyan' which would imply that this version of Goku is either being controlled by someone else (could that be why he is wearing a Potara-esque earring?) or some kind of construction based off Goku's body, because (to the best of my knowledge) no Saiayan has ever addressed another Saiyan in such a way in the history of Dragon Ball. Whatever the hell is going on, there will most likely need to be some mental gymnastics carried out in order to make it all work. Indeed, Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama mentioned that getting the plot to work within the time travel physics he set up in Dragon Ball Z was quite challenging. Here's hoping it doesn't get too complicated.

After a few underwhelming filler episodes, the 47th installment of Dragon Ball Super is a welcome return to form for the series. There's a great air of mystery about the episode which will compel viewers to tune in to the rest of the arc as the story unravels, while the shift in tone brings about a feeling that we could be about to witness a Dragon Ball story quite unlike what we've been getting since Super kicked off. Any fans who had dropped out in recent months should get back on the wagon immediately!

Zamasu (ザマス), spelled Zamas in Viz Media's English localization of the Dragon Ball Super manga, is a fictional character in the Dragon Ball series. He is introduced as Goku Black (ゴクウブラック, Gokū Burakku) in the forty-seventh episode of Toei Animation's Dragon Ball Super anime series which first aired on June 12, 2016 and in chapter #14 "An SOS from the Future!!" from the manga.

Zamasu is voiced by Shinichiro Miki in Japanese media. David Gray is credited as the English voice actor for the FUNimation.[7] Some sources speculated that David Gray, along with Sam Majesters who is credited as Zamasu's voice actor in Dragon Ball FighterZ, were in fact the aliases used by American actor James Marsters, who previously played King Piccolo in Dragonball Evolution.[8][9] Sean Schemmel, who voices Goku and Goku Black, claimed in an interview that Funimation wanted to keep Marsters' involvement as a surprise.[10] Marsters did not provide confirmation as to whether he is the English voice actor for Zamasu in Dragon Ball Super until a Fan Expo Canada event in October 2021.[11][12][13][14]

Super Dragon Ball Heroes is a Japanese original net animation and promotional anime series for the card and video games of the same name. Similar to Dragon Ball GT, it is a manga-inspired installment of the Dragon Ball media franchise, created by Toei Animation instead of franchise creator Akira Toriyama. The opening theme songs for the season are "Universe Mission Series Theme Song" (episodes 1-20), "Big Bang Mission Series Theme Song" (episodes 21-28 and 30-40), and "Fight Song" (episode 29), all the theme songs are performed by Dragon Soul which is composed of Takayoshi Tanimoto, Mayumi Gojo and YOFFY. It premiered on July 1, 2018. Super Dragon Ball Heroes is presented with several alternate scenarios and possible outcomes within the franchise.

The first provisional title of "Dragon Ball Super" episode 47 called "New Chapter! An Obscure Enemy Appears!" pertains to a new villain that will antagonize Son Goku and the rest of the Z fighters. The news website Yibada reported that Future Trunks will be sending an SOS from the future as the upcoming villain is expected to raise hell in all corners of the universe.

Anyway after that dark moment, the episode shifts to the present where we see what the other Z fighters are up to. Vegeta is busy training with Whis and Goku appears suddenly and wants to join in too.

(Twitter/@DB_super2015)Future Trunks is no match for the fighter called Black in episode 47."Dragon Ball Super" will soon unveil the heavily anticipated Future Trunks saga and fans can't wait to see just how formidable this new "Black" villain is.

The Future Trunks story arc will commence in episode 47 of "Dragon Ball Super." Titled "SOS From the Future! A New Black Enemy Reveals Himself!," the episode will reportedly show the aftermath of Mirai finally ending the Android's reign of terror on the Earth of his timeline. But the expected peace will not last long as a man named "Black" will suddenly appear and he's far stronger than Trunks, even at his full Super Saiyan glory. As expected, Future Bulma will start to make another time machine that will enable them to ask for help from Goku and Vegeta, but even after a year of construction, she will only acquire enough fuel for a one-way trip. But before Trunks and Bulma can take action, Black will appear again.

Fans would have to go through the whole Future Trunks saga if they want to get some answers. Luckily, they won't have to wait long as "Dragon Ball Super" episode 47 is set to be aired on Fuji TV on June 12 at 9 a.m.

"Dragon Ball Super" episode 47 will start a brand-new story arc in the series, and according to a report from Attack of the Fanboy, the series will be bringing back Future Trunks to deal with a brand-new enemy. According to the report, the villain may be an alternate version of Goku known as "Black Goku" or "Evil Goku."

However, in the most recent episodes Beerus wished the planet back to existence, indicating this Black Goku may have originated there. Just like the Universe 7 Goku, this Black Goku may have come from the Saiyan planet but did not lose his memory upon reaching Earth and fulfilled his duty to destroy and conquer the world.

The group, along with everyone else set off to find the Dragon Balls to correct the damage caused by the recent events. They soon have them all and attempt to summon the dragon, but are a little concerned that they are cracked. As the sky darkens as it usually would, the dragon balls let out an evil ki, revealing a strange dragon - not Shenlong.

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