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Date: May 25, 2024 Time: 16:29:15

Toyotaro, the manga artist of Dragon Ball Super, is known for periodically making different character drawings in the work of Akira Toriyama, and this time the artist has made a new and incredible illustration that brings back the angel Merus.

Every month Toyotaro makes various drawings of Dragon Ball characters, although the artist is not limited to this work of master Toriyama, as in other cases he was inspired by some other mangaka’s creations, such as last month, he drew Beelzebub of the Sandland amazingly. However, this time the illustration that Toyotaro gives us is a little different from the ones he makes month after month, as it is not just some kind of black and white sketch, but a slightly more complete or elaborate illustration that also takes us back from the tomb of a beloved character. Dragon Ball Super.

Toyotaro’s new Merus illustration is pretty cool, as you can see, and it looks like it will be part of the 21st volume of the manga, which is about to go on sale in Japan this month. We don’t know what caused this character to return, because let’s remember that he died after interfering in the fight against Moro, which he could not do, since he is an angel who cannot interfere with the fate of the Earth, but still. Some say the character is still alive, so could it be that his return is foreshadowed by this art made by Toyotaro?

We don’t know this at the moment, but it’s possible that he will return after the current events of the manga that adapts the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie.

What do you think of this illustration of Merus by Toyotaro?

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