Who is the designer of Dragon Ball Super?  Toyotaro’s career

After graduating from Dragon Ball in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1995, it was clear that Akira Toriyama would never draw long stories again. In fact, from the second half of this decade until a few years ago, the mangaka that gave birth to Goku focused only on unique volumes. With Dragon Ball Super therefore needed a new designer.

IS Who is the designer of Dragon Ball Super? Toyotaro, stage name of a Mangaka born in 1978 in Tochigi Prefecture. A huge fan of Dragon Ball, he was personally chosen by Akira Toriyama to continue the new stories about the universe of the seven spheres. Let's review his career, which is entirely devoted to Goku and his companions.

Like pretty much everyone in the 80s and 90s Toyotaro grew up with Dragon Ball and he's a great lover of history. He practiced drawing and decided to recreate Toriyama's graphic style and manga-loving fans. This is exactly why he was noticed by Shueisha and began to devote himself to the Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission published on V-Jump in 2012. A few years later, on the same pages, he presented the Dragon Ball Z manga: The Resurrection of 'F'.

Thanks to the skills shown between adhering to the original style and the ability to carry out a release, was selected by Sensei Toriyama and together they started the release of Dragon Ball Super on V-Jump in 2015, at the same time as the anime he also participated in by always supplying the character designs with the historical Sensei Toriyama. Over those five years, he has continued to work with the mangaka and Uchida, the magazine's editor, to bring new chapters of Dragon Ball Super to readers.

With the beginning of the Molo saga, it also became an integral part of the world of Dragon Ball Super, as the events narrated in this final phase were never presented in the anime. Now that the Molo saga is over, we have to see as Toyotaro and Toriyama decide to continue Dragon Ball Super.

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