I guess I'm one of those that don't know much about DBZ. I only enjoy watching the anime and TFS Abridged is hilarious.
But if I remember correctly, SSJ1 Gotenks struggled with Buu (forget which form), but SSJ3 Goku said he could have destroyed Buu when he was fresh and not holding back. Wouldn't that make Goku stronger than SSJ1 Gotenks?
SSJ1 Gotenks struggled with Super Buu. SSJ3 Goku stated that he could have beaten Fat and Kid Buu, but also stated that Super Buu was far stronger than himself(to the point where he didn't even want to try and fight Super Buu.)
IOW: Super Buu>>>>>SSJ3 Goku(full-power)>Kid Buu>Fat Buu.
Last edited by Galan007 on Jun 28th, 2015 at 02:55 PM
"It was recently reveled in this week’s issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump that the series will begin six months after Majin Buu’s defeat, placing it in November of Age 774 in the series’ established timeline. From there the series is now set to catch up to the events of Battle of Gods and Revival of “F”, with each being a “retelling” of their respective events, before going on to an all-new inter-universe storyline."
I'd imagine that Toriyama will use said 'retellings' as a means to emphasize a few key concepts of the films--namely, the multiverse. It may also depict a few portions of the battle(s) reimagined. This certainly isn't a bad thing, imo.
Well both are telling Toriyama's writing without Toriyama doing the art(sadly). I chalk it up to stylistic differences for now until we get a big difference, like Vegeta blowing up planets passively in DBZ.
For those interested in the feat: here are screen-caps from the show...
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That was an energy attack, not an amped strike. Beerus simply used a finger-tap as a means to discharge said energy.