'Dragon Ball Super' episode 64 spoilers: Triple Fusion tipped to appear in upcoming installment


The battle between heroes and villains continues with the promise of a bigger spectacle courtesy Zamasu and Goku Black in a brand-new “Dragon Ball Super”.

The Future Trunks storyline appears to be reaching its climax with the ongoing battle against the evil duo. For quite some time now, Son Goku, Vegeta and Future Trunks have been trying to pin down the two since they came to prominence but the feat is proving to be a more difficult than initially perceived.

For one, Zamasu is sporting an immortal body which makes him incapable of physically dying. Goku Black, on the other hand, is the marriage between Zamasu and Goku which makes him extremely dangerous given his amplified capabilities. Despite this, the trio of heroes was finally able to get the upper hand in the match last week via forcing their nemeses into defensive mode after being aggressive for most of the fight.

Unfortunately, Trunks and company’s good fortune is expected to not last long with the potential move that might spell their end. Spoilers for episode 64 suggest that Zamasu and Goku Black will be digging deep into their bag of tricks and will pull out something that has not been seen in “Dragon Ball” their fusing.

A sneak peek of what their combined form might look like is described as something reminiscent of Super Saiyan White. For quite some time now, fans have been clamoring for the form’s debut as it is highly tipped to be the inverse of Super Saiyan Blue.

Placed at a disadvantage, rumor has it that Trunks, Vegeta and Son Goku will be retaliating with a fusion move of their own as it would be quite difficult for them to fight the hybrid monster individually. Alleged leaked images of the triple threat recently made their way online further backing up the aforementioned speculation.

“Dragon Ball Super” started airing last July 2015. It stands as a sequel story to the “Dragon Ball” manga and the “Dragon Ball Z” animated series. It airs every Sunday, 9 a.m. JST on Fuji TV.