“Dragon Ball”: An Interesting White Suit That Goku Has Never Seen In Anime | sleeves | Akira Toriyama | Anime | Anime | Peru | Peru Spain | Mexico | Japan |

In the 1980s and 1990s, “Dragon Ball” was a huge hit around the world. His comics have been distributed internationally and translated into various languages. A very well received country was Spain, where the famous publisher Planeta-Agostini Comics was responsible for printing the first edition of Akira Toriyama’s work. However, there is one detail that has been overlooked.

Midway through the distribution, it was very difficult to pinpoint the original colors Toriyama chose to use for the character.

Dragon Ball has been translated into various languages. Photo: Antonio Sanchez-Migalon Jimenez/Planeta Comics

Images shared on social networks showed Goku wearing a white suit, which is very different from what we know, as the color version was provided by

Akira Toriyama is the original writer of Dragon Ball and began publishing series in 1984. Following its popularity, it was first adapted into an anime in 1986, with 153 episodes.

A sequel titled Dragon Ball Z was later released in 1989 and contained 291 animated chapters. The story has come to a final end.

Eighteen years later, Akira Toriyama returned to work on his most popular work by releasing the anime Dragon Ball Super, a story set after the defeat of Majin Buu with 131 chapters.

≪Dragon Ball Super≫ is very popular. Filming: Toei Animation

Official synopsis of Dragon Ball Super

The anime’s story begins about half a year after Majin Buu’s defeat, when the earth is a peaceful place again, and follows the events of the Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods and Dragon Ball Z movies. In “F” We Spoke about what happened after these events.

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