Dragon Ball: Artist Goes Viral Thanks to Cell's Best Portrait Yet


For a considerable period, Dragon Ball fans have been pondering the potential return of one of Dragon Ball Z's most prominent villains. With the recent release of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, fans were introduced to a new rendition of Cell in the form of Cell Max. While distinct from the original version of this shonen antagonist, Cell Max was created by the new Red Ribbon Army and possessed significantly greater power than his predecessor. Capitalizing on this exciting development, a fan artist has crafted a breathtaking portrait featuring the iconic "Perfect Cell" design.

While Cell Max made his mark in Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, this formidable villain is now set to make his debut in the pages of the Dragon Ball Super manga. As the shonen series continues to retell the story from the successful movie, Cell Max won't be the only significant addition to grace the manga's storyline. Characters such as Orange Piccolo and Gohan Beast are expected to make their appearance in the upcoming chapters of Dragon Ball Super's manga. The previous installment initiated the intense battle between Goku's son and the Gamma twins. Although Akira Toriyama and Toyotaro, the manga's creator, have not yet confirmed the exact number of additional chapters this movie retelling will encompass, some of the film's most significant moments are about to be vividly portrayed in the manga's pages.

Dragon Ball: Cell's Return

Dragon Ball fans were pleasantly surprised by the introduction of Cell in Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, showcasing a new rendition that closely resembled his second form rather than his iconic "Perfect" form. This creative decision was influenced by Akira Toriyama's fondness for Cell's appearance following his absorption of Android 17. The reimagination of the classic villain as Cell Max gave him a giant-sized makeover. However, with Cell Max meeting his demise at the conclusion of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, the prospect of the antagonist aligning with the Z-Fighters, as Frieza and Buu did, seems unlikely.

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Although the Dragon Ball Super manga continues to release new chapters on a monthly basis, the fate of the anime adaptation remains uncertain. As of now, Toei Animation has not officially announced the return of the television series or any future movies that would further explore the expansive universe of the Z-Fighters. Needless to say, the confirmation of Dragon Ball's anime comeback would undoubtedly be one of the most significant stories in the world of anime. Fans eagerly await any news regarding the continuation of the beloved series on the small screen.

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