Akira Toriyama, creator of Dragon Ball, dies at 68: This is his legacy

Akira Toriyama, the renowned mangaka who created the Dragon Ball franchise 40 years ago,dies. One of the most respected authors of all time has left us at the age of 68, and the entertainment world mourns his departure.

The artist has left us great memories, characters and a world that will remain alive after his departure. Dragon Ball will remain in everyone&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17139058878217;s hearts, as will his legacy. The news of his passing have covered social networks and different media recently.

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Akira Toriyama dies, and to preserve his privacy, the news has been delayed for the rest of the public. We have learned that the mangaka passed away on March 1, and the funeral has already been celebrated with his closest circle of relatives.

Born in the Japanese city of Nagoya in 1955, he showed an interest in drawing since childhood, and at the age of 28 he became successful by publishing his story &https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17139058878220;Dragon Ball&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17139058878221; . We hope that all his relatives will pass the mourning in a calm and peaceful way and honor the memory of the prestigious author.

That before being a great mangaka, he was a great person and thanks to his imagination, talent and creativity we can continue to enjoy one of the best series in the world of entertainment.

Mangas with self-conclusive story

  • Awawa World, 1977.
  • Mysterious Rain Jack, 1977.
  • Wonder Island, 1978.
  • Wonder Island 2, 1979.
  • Highlight Island Here, 1979.
  • A girl detective: Tomato, 1979.
  • Mad Matic, 1982.
  • Escape, 1982.
  • Pink, the rain Jack story, 1982.
  • Karamaru, 1989.
  • The Adventures of Tongpoo, 1983.
  • Mr. Ho, 1986.
  • Lady Red, 1987.
  • Master Kennosuke, 1987.
  • Sonchoh, 1988.
  • Mamejiro, 1988.
  • Tahi Mahi, 1998.
  • Dragon Ball Fusions: the Manga!, 2016-2018.
  • Despo Figther Z, 2018-2020.

Uncollected Mangas

  • In the name of the great demon king piccolo, 1989.
  • Hugely Proud: Vegeta the Prince of the Saiyajins, 1991.
  • The Two Warriors of the Future: Gohan and Trunks, 1992.
  • Oh! new gadgets super lovers, 2008.
  • Dragon Ball Z: the resurrection of F, 2015 with Toyotaro.
  • Dragon Ball Xenovers 2: the Manga, 2016, with Toyotaro.
  • Dragon Ball 30th anniversary Manga Special, 2016.

The Mangas of short stories

  • Pola &https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=1713905887038; Roid, 1981.
  • Chobit, 1983.
  • Dragon Boy, 1983.
  • Cashman, the thrifty warrior, 1991.
  • Go!Go! Ackman, 1993-1994.
  • Dub &https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=1713905887038; Peter1, 1993.
  • Alien Peke, 1996.
  • Cowa!, 1997-1998.
  • Kajika, 1998.
  • Nekomajin, 1999-2005.
  • Sand Land, 2000.
  • Cross Epoch, 2006-2007, with Eiichiro Oda.
  • The Delicious Island of Mr. UH, 2009.
  • Jiya, 2009, with Masakazu Katsura.
  • Kintoki: Toki of the Golden-eyed Tribe, 2010.
  • Ginga Patorōru Jako, 2013.
  • Katsura Akira, 2014, together with Masakazu Katsura.

Some serialization Mangas

  • Dr. Slump, 1980-1984
  • Dragon Ball, 1984-1995
  • Goku and his friends are back!, 2008
  • Dragon Ball Super, 2015-In publication, together with Toyotaro.

Serialization spin-off manga

  • Dragon Ball Bardock episode, 2010-2011.
  • Dragon Ball Heroes, 2010-In publication, with Toyotaro.
  • Dragon Ball Yamcha gaiden, 2016-2017 with Young Lee(via).
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