Dragon Ball Super: Superheroes is TOEI Animation's latest effort tied to Akira Toriyama's masterpiece. It's a project made entirely with computer graphics technique and despite the different style compared to all the other titles of the franchise, it still managed to have a tremendous success.

The film's CGI was built around the Kame House, the first 3D rendered model, which served as the starting point for the overall style of the feature film. In fact, the film's visuals have been the most debated element of DB Super: Super Hero, both for better and for worse since then TOEI animation focused heavily on the technical area.

In any case, the overall style of the animated film was appreciated, also thanks to the character design and the team's approach. In this regard, the artist is known as Nathan TBR recently created an illustration, the same one you'll find at the bottom of the messages he imagines Black Goku in the style of Chikashi KubotaL'animation director of the feature film.

However, in the fan art in question, the well-known villain is in 2D style compared to its Dragon Ball Super counterpart: Super Hero. And you, what do you think of this graphic representation? Let us know with a comment below.

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