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Published by VegettoEX
20 June 2018, 3:31 PM EST

The official Dragon Ball website’s eighty-ninth entry in “The Nearly Complete Works of Akira Toriyama” — an on-going series highlighting rare and important pieces of the author’s work over the years — is Toriyama’s original design for a plane, which was subsequently rendered in CG for the cover of the November 1992 issue of Shueisha’s […]

Published by VegettoEX
20 June 2018, 10:56 AM EST

The official Dragon Ball website’s eighty-eighth entry in “The Nearly Complete Works of Akira Toriyama” — an on-going series highlighting rare and important pieces of the author’s work over the years — is “Captain Gyao”, the mascot character designed for Jump‘s 20th anniversary, from the 1988 No. 32 issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump (released 05 […]

Published by VegettoEX
20 June 2018, 10:09 AM EST

The official Dragon Ball website’s eighty-sixth entry in “The Nearly Complete Works of Akira Toriyama” — an on-going series highlighting rare and important pieces of the author’s work over the years — is a page from the very first issue of V-Jump during its original trial run, released in November 1990, showing the birth of […]

Published by VegettoEX
22 May 2018, 8:27 AM EST

The official Dragon Ball website’s eighty-sixth entry in “The Nearly Complete Works of Akira Toriyama” — an on-going series highlighting rare and important pieces of the author’s work over the years — is the cover from the inaugural July 1993 issue of Shueisha’s V-Jump magazine, released 25 years ago this month: The cover features the […]

Published by VegettoEX
21 May 2018, 9:22 PM EST

The official Dragon Ball website’s eighty-fifth entry in “The Nearly Complete Works of Akira Toriyama” — an on-going series highlighting rare and important pieces of the author’s work over the years — is a series of character designs from the first Nintendo Famicom game, Shenron no Nazo (“The Mystery of Shenlong”), as originally shared in […]

Published by VegettoEX
18 May 2018, 3:11 PM EST

The official Dragon Ball website’s eighty-fourth entry in “The Nearly Complete Works of Akira Toriyama” — an on-going series highlighting rare and important pieces of the author’s work over the years — is the design for “Junk Geezer” (ガラクタじじい Garakuta Jijī), a character used in a July 1991 commercial: The design was shared in a […]

Published by VegettoEX
18 May 2018, 2:49 PM EST

The official Dragon Ball website’s eighty-third entry in “The Nearly Complete Works of Akira Toriyama” — an on-going series highlighting rare and important pieces of the author’s work over the years — is the color title page from the fifth Dr. Slump chapter (“Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe” or even simply “Which One Should I Choose?”; […]

Published by VegettoEX
18 May 2018, 1:27 PM EST

The official Dragon Ball website’s eighty-second entry in “The Nearly Complete Works of Akira Toriyama” — an on-going series highlighting rare and important pieces of the author’s work over the years — is the cover art for an orchestral CD put out as part of the Kiyosu Town Tourism Association’s 15th Anniversary Commemorative Project. Kiyosu […]

Published by VegettoEX
18 May 2018, 1:02 PM EST

The official Dragon Ball website’s eighty-first entry in “The Nearly Complete Works of Akira Toriyama” — an on-going series highlighting rare and important pieces of the author’s work over the years — is the character design for No. 21 in her untransformed state, originally from the video game Dragon Ball FighterZ released earlier this year: […]

Published by VegettoEX
11 May 2018, 10:45 AM EST

The official Dragon Ball website’s eightieth entry in “The Nearly Complete Works of Akira Toriyama” — an on-going series highlighting rare and important pieces of the author’s work over the years — is, in celebration of “Dog Day” (May 13) in Japan, the author’s “Me These Days” column from the Shenlong Times accompanying the fifth […]