It has been a long time since the Dragon Ball Super Gallery project aimed at this was started Follow the story of Goku with the different covers Originally designed by Akira Toriyama between 1984 and 1995. Everything to appropriately celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Dragon Ball, which will take place in 2024.
It has been known for a few weeks that the next appointment with this event will be given by Tadatoshi Fujimaki, the author of Kuroko's Basket and Robot x Laserbeam. The mangaka has spoken and has now been published there Dragon Ball cover art redesigned by Kuroko's author. The choice fell on number 14, which originally saw a now-adult Goku on a purple motorcycle with a red cane and a bag on his shoulders.
How did Fujimaki prepare it? His vision wasn't to redraw Goku in the same pose, but he decided to show what could have happened in hindsight. Indeed, in Fujimaki's picture, Goku crashed the purple bike into a crevassedestroys it and now looks at a map with concern.
A very special reinterpretation of the cover of Dragon Ball number 14 and this is different from what other mangaka thought, did you like it? The project will continue until November 2024, so many more covers of this genre are to come.
DRAGON BALL Volume 14 by Tadatoshi Fujimaki (Kuroko's Basketball).
This is part of the DRAGON BALL Super Gallery project to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the series. Each month until November 2024, different mangaka will redesign one of the 42 covers in the series. pic.twitter.com/pJnph81PPb- Shonen Jump News - Unofficial (@WSJ_manga) October 28, 2022