DBS Manga Creator Reveals Which Character Is The Hardest To Draw

Dragon Ball Super’s anime is in its final stages right now. We have the Tournament of Power coming to an end within the next couple of episodes, and by March 25th, it’ll be over. This came as a big shock to the Dragon Ball community. While there were rumors about its end, there was never really any solid proof that the show would end, until the announcement was made official a couple of days ago.

It is news that’s really hard to take, and the show will be dearly missed. However, the good thing is that we still have the Dragon Ball Super manga. I think all of you are aware of the fact that the Dragon Ball Super manga is quite a bit behind the Dragon Ball Super anime. Right now, the manga is at the beginning of the Tournament of Power arc.

Toyotaro, the illustrator of the Dragon Ball Super manga hasn’t had much to say about the anime ending, but he did confirm that the manga would go on. Recently, Toyotaro also revealed some information which I noticed thanks to @Terez27 on Twitter. Toyotaro was asked about the interactions that he has with Toriyama, the creator of Dragon Ball.

He said, “Every month, I’ll create a storyboard for him to review, and then he’ll give me input and suggest changes. When I’m working with Toriyama, there are many portions he gives me props for coming up with, but he is very particular about other things and always points them out for me to correct. And when he corrects me, I think “Wow, I guess I don’t completely understand the way he looks at things,” so his corrections and feedback are incredibly accurate and helpful. It’s a lot of fun to be able to get closer to his way of thinking.”

Toyotaro was also asked about who he thinks is the hardest to draw from all the characters. He answered, “I would say it is the new characters who first appeared in Dragon Ball Super like Beerus, and Whis since there are no similar characters in the past who I can use for reference. Whis’s eyes are especially difficult! It is a struggle. It is a feature that no other character in Dragon Ball has had before.”

It seems like Whis is especially hard for Toyotaro to draw. Hopefully, there will be a lot more that he will have to draw, and I hope the manga catches up with the anime, and doesn’t end anytime soon. That’s it from me. I’ll see you guys around!


5 Reasons Why Universe 11 Will Not Win ToP

Hey guys. Dragon Ball Super is quickly moving towards the conclusion of the Tournament of Power. We are left with just two universes, who are battling to ensure the survival of their respective universes. There are currently 6 fighters remaining in the Tournament of Power. Two of them belong to Universe 11 and the rest of them belong to Universe 7. A lot of theories have been put forward regarding the end of the Tournament of Power. Each one has their own reason to believe it.

So, today I put forward my own theory regarding the end of Tournament of Power. I will give you five reasons why Universe 11 will not win the Tournament of Power. Let’s begin—
5. Universe 7 will get equal amount of power. Many people have started blabbing that with two God of Destruction characters, and Universe 7 can’t compete with them. However, that isn’t the case. Gokū in Ultra Instinct is more or less equal to Jiren.

Vegeta will be surpassing the God of Destruction level in Dragon Ball Super episode 126.
4. Universe 7 holds the numeric advantage over Universe 11. Right now, there are four warriors left for Universe 7 while as Universe 11 has got just two warriors. So, if the Tournament ends as it is, Universe 7 will be the clear winners. They needn’t necessarily beat Jiren and Toppo.

3. Time is very scarce. We are left with just 6 more minutes in the Tournament of Power. It is possible that one of the Universes may lose all of its fighters in the 6 minutes but then again Universe 11 has just two fighters and Universe 7 has four.
2. Universe 11 winning would undermines the theme Toriyama and Toei were trying to push with this arc. It is quite clear that Toei was trying to teach us that technique and skill ultimately matter more than pure strength.
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Wamiq Fida

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I'm Wamiq Fida and I'm still in my 20s. I love everything related to Dragon Ball Super and One Piece. I was exposed to anime when I was 10 and since then it's been one hell of a ride. You can get in touch with me at [email protected]

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