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Well, well, well, why Akira Toriyama Stopped Drawing Manga? It looks like we have finally cracked the code for why Akira Toriyama stopped drawing manga. Brace yourselves, folks, because this is a story of love, loss, and one man's unbreakable bond with his wooden pen holder.
Apparently, Toriyama's entire career as a manga artist was dependent on this one particular pen holder that he bought when he was a wee little lad of 14. And when he lost it during the production of Sand Land, he just couldn't bring himself to draw anymore. Though he was laughing when he stated " Talk about a heart-wrenching tale.
But hey, we can't really blame the man, can we? I mean, who among us hasn't lost a cherished possession and felt completely lost without it?
The fact that Toriyama's pen holder had been worn down over time to fit his hand perfectly just adds to the sentimentality of the whole thing. And let's not forget the countless hours of sleep he sacrificed during the production of Sand Land. The man was clearly dedicated to his craft and his beloved pen holder.
Stop the presses! It looks like we've got a case of fake news on our hands, folks. According to CBR, the whole story about Akira Toriyama giving up manga drawing because he lost his favorite pen holder is a load of baloney. Apparently, Toriyama only misplaced his pen holder for a short while in 2000 after drawing Sand Land, and he joked that he used it as an excuse not to draw as much. So, all those tears we shed over a lost pen holder were for nothing. Talk about a plot twist!
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But seriously, this is a good reminder that we shouldn't believe everything we read on the internet. Especially when it comes to our favorite manga creators and their beloved pens. Journalists, take note: it might be a good idea to fact-check before publishing misleading articles and citing people as evidence. Just saying.
Okay, let's get real here. Why did Toriyama stop drawing Dragon Ball Super? Sorry to disappoint, but there's no lost pen holder story this time. The truth is, he just didn't feel like drawing anymore. And honestly, can you blame the man? After years of drawing bulging biceps and epic manga stories, he deserves a break to recharge his creative batteries. Maybe someday he'll feel inspired to pick up his pen again and grace us with more amazing artwork. But until then, let's appreciate the works he's already given us and hope he's enjoying his well-deserved break.
And let's not forget that Toriyama has never been one to shy away from a little self-deprecating humor. He's joked about being happy to toss out outlines and sketches and not have to do all the heavy-lifting. The man paid his dues in the 80s and 90s, and he's never had a desire to go back to that insane schedule. So, let's cut the man some slack and let him enjoy his well-earned break. In fact, check Derek Padula's recent tweets on it back in April 19 at @derekpadula.
On a more serious note, it's great to see that Toriyama's Sand Land manga is getting the film adaptation it deserves. The story sounds intriguing, with themes of tyranny, exploitation, and unlikely alliances. And let's not forget the demon prince named Beelzebub - I mean, how cool is that?
There's more! Hold onto your seats because Bandai Namco released a trailer for the upcoming SAND LAND anime movie! In just 60 seconds, Bandai Namco has given us a taste of what's to come from the collaboration between Sunrise, Kamikaze Douga, and ANIMA. And let me tell you, it's looking hotter than a sand dune in the middle of a scorching desert.
August 18th is the day we'll be treated to this masterpiece, so mark your calendars and get ready to be blown away by the stunning visuals and epic storyline. We're talking tyrannical kings, scarce resources, and unlikely alliances. And let's not forget about the demon prince named Beelzebub - I mean, how cool is that? If the trailer is anything to go by, this movie is going to be one heck of a ride.
So, buckle up and get ready to be transported to a world of sand, demons, and adventure. The SAND LAND anime movie is coming, and it's going to be a wild ride you won't want to miss.
In conclusion, let's put the whole lost pen holder story to bed and acknowledge the possible real reasons behind Toriyama's decision not to illustrate Dragon Ball Super. Whether it's because of creative burnout or simply wanting to take a break, the man has earned the right to rest and enjoy his success. Did we mention Sand Land looks lit!?
I'm Hector Luma, the comic-craving, RPG-rolling, game-gobbling guru! Once an anime-blog apprentice, now a level 2 dungeon sniffer, scribbling mildly entertaining yarns. Get ready for chuckles and chortles as you embark on a rollercoaster ride through my realm of whims and wisecracks!
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