Dragon Ball Super: This is how Molo would deal with the style of Dragon Ball Z.

During the anime of Dragon Ball Super In the end, the manga continued its release with a story arc that seems to have a lot to do with the iconic Dragon Ball Z. Because of this, all eyes are on the villain of this series, Molo, and his evil target.

Many fans agree that Molo is an enemy that perfectly fits the style of the most famous series, and this prompted an artist to draw Moro with style Dragon Ball Z.

The work in question is from the Instagram profile of the artist sevensignsart, where the designer posted this version of Pier like he's in the Dragon Ball Z universe. In fact, it looks like he's out of the Cell saga and it wouldn't be strange to see them together trying to destroy planet Earth.

As can be seen in the drawing, Molo is in shape after the transformation and the references to are clearly visible freezer is cell. The round head and pointed face are key features in the character design of Dragon ball. All together with a super muscular body, of course.

The biggest change the artist made was the drawing style and color choices. Dragon Ball Super has a very different style than Dragon Ball Z. In fact, Super uses bright colors and a "shiny" style full of points of light. Very different from the Z series, where muted colors were used, with minimal shadows and clear lines.

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It would be great to see Molo in the anime in this style! In the meantime, let's say what Dragon Ball Super saga we'll see after the Molo saga.

What do you think? Do you prefer the style of Dragon Ball Z or Dragon Ball Super?

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