It’s true. Power levels in any sort of fiction are generally arbitrary metrics designed to try and convey some level of seriousness or drama. When the main characters reach a certain point to match the level of a villain, they are then confronted with another villain even stronger than the one from before.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is what is known as power creep.
It happens all the time, and the most notorious series for it is Dragon Ball. Now, don’t get me wrong, Dragon Ball was a very important influence for me when I was younger. I hold it sacred somewhere in my heart for the first bouts of emotion I felt when watching it, but power creep is a terrible mechanic, and it’s usually never intended (as far as I know).
I feel like Freezing is having that issue as well, but I’m here with you guys every Friday with another chapter, and I’m going to stay here with you guys for more chapters.
Why? Because Freezing has one thing that Dragon Ball lacked.
Enjoy the chapter, and please ignore my ramblings~ I’ve done a lot of scanlation in the last two weeks, so I’m actually just losing my mind.
Freezing – Volume 21 Chapter 142: The Sisters of Lab 13, Part II