“Dragon BallIt remains one of the most popular anime in recent times, since its debut in 1984 as a manga. Today, the story continues and more followers are joining the adventures of Goku, Vegeta, and Gohan, among other warriors. But, according to Akira Toriyama, the creator of the anime, The plans of the hero of the story were different because he had to end in the epic of the cell.
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Because, at first glance, it is true Goku He admitted that his son transgressed him, johanIt was indeed a very shocking turn of what had been.”Dragon Ball” So far.
That idea was, in fact, the next point Toriyama It plans to develop in the next installments of the anime. But, as it turned out, he did not do this for a special reason and Goku returned in the following battles on Earth.
Why did Akira Toriyama want Goku to die?
In 1995 a guide entitled disneyshow The intentions that Akira Toriyama, the creator of “Dragon Ball” had, gathered around Goku’s fate and what would later appear in the history of the anime.
for him mangacaGoku’s death in the Cell saga was destined to be final, because Gohan has already overpowered his powers. The following adventures were to fall on Son Goku.
“I had intended to put Gohan in the lead role… It didn’t work out. I felt that, compared to Goku, in the end, he wasn’t a good fit for the role.”manifested Toriyama.
Why didn’t Gohan get stronger in DRAGON BALL?
Because, as Toriyama said, he doesn’t see in character johan A suitable substance to be converted into a hero, which was achieved in the development of Goku.
Therefore, when he is disappointed with Gohan as the main hero, he mangaca He gave more power to Goku and tied up the young warrior, as we saw later in the following installments of “dragon ball”. Gohan ends up being swallowed up by his father’s powerful shadow.
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