Dragon Ball, drawn by Gerald Parel (Marvel, DC)


Published on Jan 06, 2019


Dragon Ball is no longer considered a success for the japanese, but a real immortal hit of international stature, therefore, it is increasingly common to see authors of american comic books think and implement a makeover of the universe created by Akira Toriyama through the designs that stray from the concept of the manga.

This recently was the case of Gerald Parel, the american artist who contributed to the realization of the covers of illustrated titles to Marvel comics like Iron Man: Season One, and S. H. I. E. L. D and, also, for the comics DC Comics such as Batman: Europa.

The author in question, through its official profile Twitter, has posted impressive full-color illustrations digital its decidedly western dedicated to Kale, Videl, Mr. Satan, Gohan, Piccolo, Broly from Dragon Ball Super Broly, Black Goku and Android Number 21.

Not only historical figures, but we notice how the american author's knowledge of Black Goku and Kale, or two important characters from the series Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Super. And not only that, the author has created Broly from Dragon Ball Super Broly, recreating all of its evolutionary phases and, finally, the Android Number 21, it was reported that the female created by Akira Toriyama on the occasion of the videogame Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Below, here are the fantastic illustrations to the theme of Dragon Ball according to Gerald Parel:

Spent some quality time with Louis, my latest nephew talking and playing Dragon Ball. Enough to revive my fanart need.

— Gerald Parel (@GeraldParel) December 30, 2018

One last for 2018. Best Wishes everyone

— Gerald Parel (@GeraldParel) December 31, 2018

— Gerald Parel (@GeraldParel) January 2, 2019

Substitute Dad

— Gerald Parel (@GeraldParel) January 3, 2019

Dragon Ball Super is an animated series of japanese, produced by Toei Animation, aired in Japan on Fuji Television which arises as a result of the defeat of Majin Buu. The series ended with the episode number 131 (A conclusion the miraculous! Goodbye Goku, until the day when we will see each other again!). The programming of the anime has stopped at episode 76.

The manga version is made on a monthly basis, designed and written by Akira Toriyama and drawn by Toyotaro. The manga is serialized in V-Jump (Shueisha) by 20 June 2015 and is currently joint chapter 43, with the first 40 written collected in 8 volumes. The manga is currently dealing with the narrative arc Universal Survival (Tournament of Power).

The Italian edition of the manga is entrusted to Star Comics with the first 5 volumes already available for purchase.

Source: CB

Dragon Ball, drawn by Gerald Parel (Marvel, DC)




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