It’s clear that Dragon Ball Super is one of the biggest anime franchises, and the series is proving it with its new movie, which in case you didn’t know, Gohan and Piccolo are leading the way in theaters, and Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, is bringing fans fans back, so clearly many have kept it courtesy of Toyotaro’s manga, and the artist has just released a new piece of Goku artwork for fans to enjoy.
This art is part of the last volume of Dragon Ball Super in Japan, a courtesy that Toyotaro did as part of the inner cover, and there was no one better to ink than Goku, as we can see.
This artwork is done in grayscale, and shows Goku in the heat of battle, where with his ripped outfit and shirt he makes it clear that Saiyan’s opponent is not an ordinary bad guy, so Dragon Ball fans know that the manga has kept Goku busy with a new enemy lately.
Gas, who has Goku and Vegeta strapped into battle with granola for months, but that feud recently came to an end as it’s about time for Dragon Ball Super to start a new arc after all, so it’s good to see Toyotaro finish the story with Goku.
Remember that you can read the latest arc of Dragon Ball, online through the Shonen Jump app or Manga Plus, and that the next big release of the franchise is also scheduled to arrive globally in August, with the arrival of Dragon Ball. Super: Super Hero, the film scheduled to hit theaters in the United States on August 16 and will later move to other international markets.