"Dragon Ball Super: Broly" quickly became one of the most successful films of the franchise. The new version of the characters of Broly and Gogeta who appeared canonically in the universe of the dragon has greatly pleased critics and fans. In the "Dragon Ball Super" manga though, the character of Broly still has to appear. The anime film has earned a whopping $32.32 million USD, reports Comic Book. Recall, the movie will debut in the US cinemas on January 16, 2019.

Toyotaro's interview translated by Kanzenshuu

Obviously, the decision to see more of Broly is up to Toyotaro the designer, and author of the manga, with the advice of Toriyama.

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Thanks to an interview translated by Kanzenshuu, Toriyama's successor officially announced his intentions on the character of Broly, [Translation]: "This movie is an extension of Super, so I believe that someday the time will come to draw him,” [Toyotaro] said...I’m thankful that the movie came before the comic. There are lots of battle scenes in the movie, but if I were to go first, I wouldn’t have been able to draw them in that much detail. When the time comes, I’d like to use the movie as a reference to make it look cool in my own way.”

Meanwhile, according to ComicBook, "It could be possible...depending on how the events of "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" play out." Broly may even end up helping Goku to fight in the new "Galactic Patrol Prisoner" arc.

So far, in DBS, Broly only got one appearance since the manga passed from the saga of the Tournament of Power to that of the Prisoner of the Galactic Patrol without interruptions in the middle. Broly was mentioned briefly in a page, thus making him already an effective and canonical character of the manga. It will be interesting to see what happen in the future.

Toyotaro draws king Cold

King Cold is the father of lord Freezer and has appeared in both the Dragon Ball Z television series and during the first part of the film set in the past.

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And he is also the new subject of Toyotaro for this month. The young author of the "Dragon Ball Super" manga, in fact, designed the alien.

The sketch Toyotaro draws is a part of the usual review that the young disciple of Akira Toriyama has been conducting for several months. Every month, the mangaka realizes an illustration in which he portrays a character belonging to the franchise - canonical or apocryphal both - that has never appeared in the paper version of "Super." The alien appears in the muscular form that characterizes the second transformation of Freezer.

Akira Toriyama, for "Broly," has chosen not to change the original concept for the ruthless parent of the famous villain. Stay tuned for more anime news and updates.