Dragon Ball Super, from the stables of production house Toei Animation, has been a popular animated TV series that has been telecasted in Japan on Fuji TV. The series recently aired episode 22 that ran with the title, "Change! Impossible Resurrection! The Name is Ginyu!!"
We had revealed in our last preview how the Z fighters are scared about Tagoma and the review from Attack of the Fanboy says how episode 22 is important as it shows many aspects that were not seen in the "Resurrection F" movie, on which this segment of the series is based.
This episode sees Goten, Trunks and Captain Ginyu in action. Thanks to the training, Tagoma has been transformed into a very powerful fighter, so much that he dismembers one of Piccolo's arm in the fight. Gohan interferes at this juncture and the fight ensues. Later, he is attacked by Super Saiyan Gotenks and Tagoma is seen reeling.
Now, we see Ginyu coming into the picture as Tagoma gets up he sees Ginyu the frog, who makes the latter exchange the body with him. Ta da! Ginyu is now in Togoma's body.
Ginyu is seen narrating his life story on how he came to be a frog in the first place. And, he thrashes the Z fighters, this prompts Bulma to dial Whis, but sadly Goku and Vegeta are still in training and have not yet reached the Super Saiyan Blue form.
Meanwhile, Gohan is the only fighter who is holding against Ginyu and he defeats him after transforming to Super Saiyan.
Frieza comes into the act and starts attacking Gohan and Piccolo. This marks the end of episode 22.
Next week, the fans will see the airing of episode 23 titled "Earth! Gohan! A Desperate Situation! Hurry back Son Goku!" and we also have a sneak peek preview of it.
The next episode will see Goku and Vegeta enter the fighting against Frieza and his army. Whis is seen narrating what happed on Earth when they have been practicing. But, they realise that they are too far to come back instantly.
So, there is a call for Goku to came back to Earth hurriedly as its inhabitants need him to defend the planet from the evil designs of Frieza.