Tokyo Ghoul creator Sui Ishida submitted his artwork for Dragon Ball’s official “Super Gallery” collaboration event.
Akira Toriyama’s beloved Dragon Ball manga series began on June 19, 1984. As part of the manga’s 40th anniversary celebration, famous artists across Japan are recreating works of art. Iconic Dragon Ball cover art. Sui Ishida, a legendary mangaka famous for his beautiful watercolor art, has redrawn Dragon Ball Vol. cover of issue 8. Hype (or@DbsHype) shared a portrait of Ishida on his X (formerly Twitter) page, which depicts a more realistic version of Son Goku. Master Roshi and Oolong are also shown driving a car past Goku’s head.
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Weekly Shonen Jump’s “Super Gallery” event kicks off in July 2021 with an entry from Naruto author Masashi Kishimoto. Each subsequent issue of the magazine features at least one alternate cover artwork from Akira Toriyama’s classic series, with a total of 42 planned. In addition to Kishimoto, the participating artists so far include Gege Akutami (Jujutsu Kaisen), Boichi (Dr. Stone), Hideaki Sorachi (Gintama), Hirohiko Araki (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure) and Tatsuya Endo (Spy x Family), in that number. others. Weekly Shonen Jump will publish its final article in the November 2024 issue.
Dragon Ball’s popularity has endured decades since its debut, cementing its legacy as one of the most successful multimedia franchises of all time. With the cooperation of Toei Animation and Bandai Namco, two companies that have produced many anime adaptations and video games respectively, Dragon Ball’s total net worth has exceeded $24 billion. While Toei finished adapting Dragon Ball Super in March 2018, the company is currently working on a new installment called Dragon Ball Daima.
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Daima, which is also being created to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Dragon Ball, revealed its first trailer at this year’s NYCC. Toei’s first footage shows the results of a mysterious spell that turns the Z-fighters and their friends into children. According to Toei, the plot of the series will follow the gang as they embark on a new adventure to find the culprit. Despite initial skepticism about its premise, OG Dragon Ball fans have grown more excited about Daima after learning that it will emphasize traditional martial arts techniques. Dragon Ball Daima is scheduled to release in October 2024.
Dragon Ball and its subsequent manga series are available in English from VIZ Media. Toei’s popular anime adaptation is available on Hulu and Crunchyroll.
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