Dragon Ball Super Chapter 81 is set to release on Saturday, 20 February 2022. Fans are excited to read the latest chapter of this series.
Akira Toriyama wrote and illustrated the Dragon Ball Super manga series. The sequel to Toriyama’s original Dragon Ball manga follows Goku and his friends’ adventures during the ten-year time jump following Majin Buu’s defeat.
Dragon Ball Super Chapter 81: Plot
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Goku works as a farmer and lives peacefully with his family and friends four years after defeating Majin Buu.
Beerus, the God of Destruction, awakens after decades of slumber. Beerus seeks the Super Saiyan God with the help of his Angel assistant and teacher, Whis, threatening to destroy the Earth if he loses to him. With the help of his friends, Goku transforms into a Super Saiyan. Trunks depart for a different timeline.
Zen later holds the Tournament of Power, in which fighter teams from eight of the twelve universes compete, with defeated universes being erased.
Goku, his friends, Android 17, and a temporarily revived Frieza all attend the tournament. They are pitted against formidable warriors like Universe Eleven’s Jiren.
Meanwhile, Granolah, a Cerelian mercenary, learns from his employers, the Heeters, that Frieza is still alive and vows to destroy him in order to avenge Cereal.
Granolah sacrifices his life to become the universe’s strongest warrior by using his planet’s Dragon Balls. The Heeters trick Goku and Vegeta into fighting Granolah.
Dragon Ball Super Chapter 81: Release Date And More
can be read for free on several websites, and here are the official, legal sources.Dragon Ball Super Chapter 81 will be released on Saturday, February 20, 2022. DBS Chapter 81
The most recent three chapters of the Dragon Ball Super Manga series are always free to read, so please visit the following websites and platforms to support the manga creators.
Where To Read
It is available on Viz Media and Manga Plus. Readers can access the book online. You can also read it on the official website of Shonen Jump.
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