Dragon Ball Super: Superhero was one of the most anticipated novelties on the animation scene, and while fans are already discussing the novelties and references to the past in the film, Yusuke Murata, one of the most popular artists of recent years, wanted to share his thoughts after the vision of the film.

Best known for his valuable contributions to works such as eye protection 21 and One-Punch Man, Murata has attracted many readers over the years and has continued to develop and improve his style. Like many fans of the universe conceived by Akira Toriyama, who also played a major role in the film's production, Murata went to the cinema to then praise the work of animation director Chikashi Kobutawho also worked on the animated transposition of One-Punch Man.

"He's the perfect man for this type of job when he's around invigorating power concentrates like Goku or Saitama!", with these words Murata was quick to comment on the spectacle with which the fights were portrayed in the film. Apparently the reference to Goku was due to his lead role, as in Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero that position is occupied by his son Gohan and his friend and mentor Piccolo.

Finally, we leave you with the name of Gohan's new form and Toriyama's ideas for the next movie.

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