We know that the world of comics and anime have had different collaborations, most of them unofficially and that we have loved it, but this time one of the most important artists within the Marvel and DC industry, took inspiration from the work from Akira Toriyama, Dragon Ball and brought Goku as if it were part of a comic strip.
Chris Samnee, one of the greatest cartoonists of superheroes such as Daredevil, Captain America, The Mighty Thor, Superman, and among others, made his own interpretation of one of the strongest warriors in the entire Dragon Ball franchise, Goku.
Through his Twitter account, the artist shared a new take on Dragon Ball, in which we can see a Goku in black and white, something classic from the comics, but giving that unique touch that Samnee has since it even got good responses.
This version of Goku was very accepted by anime fans and some have even asked him to draw other Dragon Ball characters, such as Piccolo or Vegeta, which is the most requested, because without a doubt we also want to see that unique touch that Samnee has with the prince of the Saiyans.
Although this crossover cannot be official, fans like to see their heroes whether they are from Marvel or DC within the anime world, as previously happened with Shingeki no Kyojin and Marvel, as within an 8-page special, you fight against the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy.
However, sometimes the discussion arises that the comic is superior to the manga, but this type of work that takes inspiration from each other or vice versa makes it clear that it is not necessary to face two of the largest industries.