How Goku from Dragon Ball would look if the authors of ‘My Hero Academia’ and other manga drew him

Dragon Ball is one of the longest-running anime and manga series in the Industry, and it is because they have been present since childhood for many of us, so they have a large number of fans.

The passion for Akira Toriyama’s work goes far beyond what was imagined, even the silly theories created by fans to put Dragon Ball to fight with Naruto, One Piece, My Hero Academia, all kinds of shonen whose inspiration was, in part, in the popularity that the Z Warriors achieved globally once their anime premiered.

Something that seems quite striking to us is that it is never too late to pay tribute and remember how other mangakas enjoy drawing the most powerful man in the universe, our beloved Goku, with the strokes that have made them popular through Deku, Yugimoto, Naruto. , Luffy and many other characters totally twinned and never at odds as they want to impose.

Masashi Kishimoto / ‘Naruto’

This is the most interesting drawing, the one that settles all the useless fights on social networks: Masashi Kishimoto drawing Goku (Laura Torres) and Krillin (Eduardo Garza), Naruto’s eternal rivals.

Kohei Horikoshi / ‘My Hero Academia’

Here nobody has any doubt, Goku (Mario Castañeda) would be a student of class 1-A and future teacher of the classroom where Deku, Todoroki and Bakugo receive the teachings of All Might and the rest of the My Hero Academia teachers, authored by Kōhei Horikoshi. It would be great to see a fight between All Might, Endeavor, Goku and Vegeta (René García), right?

Kazuki Takahashi / ‘Yu-Gi-Oh’

Kazuki Takahashi’s square, sharp and defined strokes are well known in Yu-Gi-Oh, so a player or owner of the deck of Yugi Moto or Zeto Kaiba could easily recognize this style without the help of the Dark Magician or Exodia. One of our favorites to remember the magaka who drowned last July.

Yuki Tabata / ‘Black Clover’

Black Clover is one of the best strokes in current manga, along with those of Attack on Titan, and that is why Yuki Tabata’s representation of Goku’s character is quite peculiar. Much inspiration in the work of master Toriyama.

Eiichiro Oda / ‘One Piece’

We should mention that if Luffy needed support from a Saiyan warrior in One Piece, this is what Goku would look like arriving on his flying cloud and carrying the holy staff if they were drawn by Eiichiro Oda. One Piece Film Red will premiere next month.