Dragon Ball Super played a significant role in the past few years in bringing anime to the worldwide mainstream media. A prominent number of the population have broadened their horizons when it comes to watching anime. At this point, Dragon Ball Super is only one of many fan-favorite anime shows that has helped the anime culture expand. Other examples of anime shows that achieved a global audience are Naruto, My Hero Academia, Death Note, Attack on Titan and One-Punch Man to name a few.
The beloved anime series revolves around the adventures of Saitama, along with stories from his world of fearsome monsters and professional heroes. The series sparked a huge fanbase, and had an extremely successful second season run in 2019. Now, the drastically different worlds of Dragon Ball Super and One-Punch Man are coming together.
Dragon Ball and One-Punch Man Joins Forces
YusukeMurata, the artist behind One-Punch Man
Murata’s History with Dragon Ball Art
Those familiar with Murata know this is not the first time the artist engaged in Dragon Ball Super inspired work. The last few years of Murata’s work has witnessed an abundance of Dragon Ball art. The artist also indulged in the same prior to his mangaka fame as well. However, the added colors by Allan Wade did an impressive job at enhancing the artwork.