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Dragon Ball Super reveals the original design of Saiyaman X1 and X2 | spaghetti code

Date: May 22, 2024 Time: 11:13:28

The Dragon Ball Super manga, after the Granola Arc, was responsible for introducing two new characters to the franchise with what was the Super Hero Arc, which functioned as a prequel to the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie, which is currently being adapted into a manga by Toyotaro and Akira Toriyama.

These two characters we mentioned are none other than Saiyaman X1 and X2, the “alter egos” of Trunks and Goten who created them so they could fight crime and not be discovered by their mothers or their friends. These characters are embodied by the younger versions of the Saiyans, who have taken on a bit more importance in these last two arcs of the Dragon Ball Super manga, now that Goku and Vegeta have gone unnoticed due to the training they are doing at Beerus. planet to overcome the power of Black Frieza.

Saiyaman X1 and X2 are apparently inspired by Gohan’s Great Saiyaman and also use Capsule Corporation technology to disguise themselves, only it turns out that the original design that was introduced by Toyotaro before it was officially revealed in the manga seemed too muscular to the characters, which is not made a lot of sense when working with two teenagers, so Akira Toriyama was happy to change these versions to be more realistic and related to the character designs already seen in Dragon Ball Super: superhero.

No doubt Akira Toriyama’s decision was wise because it didn’t make much sense to see ridiculously stocky characters when they were still kids, though of course Gohan at his age already had the build of a warrior, but let’s remember that Trunks and Goten are getting an education in a more traditional way, rather than like Goku’s son, who grew up training and fighting.

What do you think of the original design of the Saiyaman X1 and X2 in Dragon Ball Super?

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