'Dragon Ball Super' episode 64 spoilers: Zamasu and Black Goku to fuse; Will Goku seal villains using Mafuba technique?

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The birth of Zamasu, deemed to be an explosive event, is slated to be highlighted in the upcoming, brand-new installment of hit anime series “Dragon Ball Super.”

It can be recalled that back in episode 63, protagonists Goku and Vegeta had finished their training session when they returned to the present time. Meanwhile, Future Trunks was the one responsible for buying them time as he held off the villainous pair.

In the said narrative, they also learned that the Mafuba technique can help them finally defeat the antagonist. However, the Mafuba jar is said to be broken and they have to find a way to fix it right away.

The sneak peek for episode 64 titled “Praise and Adore Him! The Explosive Birth of Merged Zamasu!!” teases Goku punching Zamasu straight in the face. There is also a scene featuring multiple versions of Black Goku.

It appears that the heroes seem to be gaining the upper hand in the battle, as Goku says in the subbed version of the clip, “Black! Zamasu! You may be immortal but it looks like you are running out of steam! From here on out, it’s time for a payback! Zamasu, I’m gonna seal you away! Don’t underestimate the strength of the mortals!”

In addition, a portal can also be seen curiously opening up with the clip showcasing Zamasu and Goku Black seemingly in fusion form using the Potarra earring. On the other hand, Goku claims that the immortals should never underestimate the Saiyans and their combined effort toward a common goal.

By the end of the episode, it is believed that Goku will be able to begin sealing away Zamasu using the Mafuba technique. However, it remains to be seen if this comes to fruition.

Episode 65 titled “Final Judgment! The Supreme God’s Ultimate Power,” is said to reveal the ultimate powers of Goku and Vegeta as they exert everything they have in the fight.

Episode 64 of “Dragon Ball Super” is slated to air on Oct. 30 to be followed by episode 65 on Nov. 6.