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Dragon Ball Super: This was the last manga illustration by Akira Toriyama | Spaghetti code

Date: April 19, 2024 Time: 02:47:05

It’s been a little over 1 month since Akira Toriyama’s departure, which seems to leave a huge void in the world of manga and anime even among fans, but as time goes on, more and more details about the author’s latest works are becoming known. on Dragon Ball Super.

Current Dragon Ball Super manga illustrator Toyotaro shared two different sketches of the franchise’s latest chapter: the first is his original idea, and the second is the final adjustment made by the author.

Both images were created by Toyotaro himself, as he cannot publish Toriyama-sensei’s material without permission.

What’s amazing is that some changes are noticeable to give a little more meaning to the story of Dragon Ball Super, which seems to have already completed the Superhero arc, so it remains to be seen to see what happens. happened to Z Warriors?

Toyotaro’s Idea / Toriyama’s Idea | Source: Shueisha

Toyotaro comments that it was not his intention to draw Piccolo this way, however, after seeing the changes, he can’t help but give the scene a different meaning. His teacher’s favorite character was Piccolo, so this amendment can be understood in different ways, such as the fact that he said goodbye to everyone due to health reasons.

Meanwhile, Toyotaro also took the opportunity to share a clearer message in the form of gratitude to his teacher: “Toriyama-sensei, thank you very much for your hard work. The fact that I managed to work with you for 9 years is like a miracle. Thank you very much. I pray that you may rest in peace.”

The illustrator of Dragon Ball Super clarifies that he was informed about the author’s death immediately after the last of the drafts of chapter 103 of the manga were submitted, so he managed to leave just in time, but Akira Toriyama could no longer see it completed.


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