Dragon Ball: Goku according to Takehiko Inoue (Slam Dunk)
Although the two genres are completely different between them, it is well known that Takehiko Inoue and Akira Toriyama have written the story of the manga of Weekly Shonen Jump in the course of the years 80 and 90 of the ‘900.
The one with the spokon Slam Dunk and the other to the shonen fighting the mainstream Dragon Ball, the two authors have done the imagination of generations and have inspired the mangaka in the future.
Inoue and Toriyama wrote the story and it is right between the Olympus of the manga to be traveling on the same lane as you, even if the works of the two artists tell the stories of different kinds, they can be complementary in the spirit.
To celebrate 30 years of the series, Akira Toriyama was published the Dragon Ball 30th Anniversary Super History Book, the special edition that celebrates the history of the manga created by Akira Toriyama.
Among the other artists, the same Takehiko Inoue has given his contribution in the celebrate Dragon Ball by drawing their own version of Goku. The graphic style is unmistakeable and gives us a more realistic hero.
Here it is below:
Goku Drawn by "Takehiko Inoue" (Slam Dunk Manga Writer and Illustrator) for the Dragon Ball 30th Anniversary Super History Book : 2016 pic.twitter.com/IHTeHd2i99
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In Italy, Dragon Ball is entirely published by Star Comics, while the Slam Dunk is by Planet Manga.
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