There will always be kids and kids at heart that will do anything to watch their favorite Dragon Ball episode. Goku and the gang have this charm that builds up hype and excitement whenever he got a new transformation. Who is not hyped for the new Ultra Instinct transformation? It seems like Goku and company succeeded in charming the Government of Mexico.
The municipality head Armando Cabada of the town Juarez take the hype into his hands and offered free streaming sessions for the last two episodes. Fans will surely enjoy this event which will be held in Plaza de Mexicanidad on March 17 at 4PM. The event was posted on Cabada’s official Facebook page and there are at least 12,000 people who registered as either going or interested.
However, Toei Animation was quick to burst the bubbles of every fan who prepared to go in this event. The animation company posted on their official Twitter account that the said free public streaming event was not authorized by them, and therefore, is close to an act of piracy. Furthermore, the Twitter post encourages all the viewers to watch in the authorized and sponsored media outlets. And yeah, it seems like the Government of Mexico is not authorized to do such public screening.
Fans are not happy with the development of this case. Afterall, this is a chance for fans to enjoy the Dragon Ball Super finale episodes as well as meet with new people who share the same interest as well as drag someone new into Dragon Ball. The series has been striving about three decades now and the continuity of it is due to newer generations being added to the fanbase.
Jiren and Goku’s fight is expected to be as memorable and become iconic just like Goku’s first fight using the Super Saiyan form. And because of this, Toei’s warning might just find its way into deaf ears because there is still no news that the screening will be canceled. It is not still certain if lawsuits will come flying in the future, but let’s just enjoy the show.