>D-Dragon Ball is simple and for kids!
Kek. The overarching theme of Dragon Ball speaks to self-improvement; constant striving to be the best you possible, no matter what the odds or obstacles you must overcome. This grandiose motif postulates that the true enemy--the enemy that will always be the one standing before you, no matter how many others you knock down--will be the self, or rather, the unmaking of the self. The unwillingness to rise ABOVE the self and improve it, with no foreseeable end. Goku and Vegeta have realized this, as well as others, most notably Roshi, Piccolo, and of course, Jiren, and through them, many of us have as well. Those who choose to flaunt such teachings--lazy trash like Gohan, Champa, and Beerus who are content to loaf about aimlessly, gorging themselves upon greasy "nourishment" and neglecting their training to the point of weakening themselves into a state that can barely fight at all, let alone protect the innocent--seek to tarnish the very fulcrum, the essence, upon which this great series is built.
Dragon Ball is a series for those men, those alpha CHADS, who will always seek to improve themselves no matter what the cost. Because at the end of the day, we--like the Saiyans--realize that WE are all we have. We realize that the only person we can ever count on will be ourselves. Dragon Ball taught us that and reinforces it with every movie, every video game, and yes, every cancerous cesspool of a thread. And that's a beautiful thing.