Dragon Ball It was a reference point for many mangaka of the generation of the 90s and later. Akira Toriyama's manga has become unique in the world of Japanese comics, paving the way for a certain type of character and certain narrative implications that are now at the center of many combat actions.

Part of this charm is not only due to Akira Toriyama's narrative decisions, but also to her drawing style. Although this has changed a lot during the series and has become particularly nervous compared to the latest sagas, it is immediately apparent to every Dragon Ball fan.

Of course we always imagine Goku with this style, but what would happen if other authors' style were used to do it? There have been a lot of fans trying to make this change lately, as happened to Edward Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist or Nami from ONE PIECE.

In this case a Change the features of Goku's A2T Will Draw, already famous for other such experiments. This time, however, A2T teamed up with Dimotomic and introduced a goku that not only refers to the Japanese world, but also to western cartoons.

In the tweet below, we see the protagonist of Dragon Ball, drawn with the personal style of the two boys, but also that of a manga: ONE PIECE, Bleach, Naruto and Jojo. The ones who surprise more are me Goku in the style of the Simpsons, Adventure Time, Rick and Morty and The Griffins. Did you imagine such results for Saiyan?

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