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The father of "Dragon Ball" Akira Toriyama suddenly passed away and the world mourned his death

Content: On March 1, Taiwan time, the original author of "Dragon Ball" Akira Toriyama died of "acute submembranous hematoma" at the age of 68. Shocking news in the animation industry swept the world. The master who not only created the "Dragon Ball" and "Dragon Quest" series is also the childhood companion of many people around the world.

According to the official announcement of "Dragon Ball", Mr. Akira Toriyama passed away due to acute submembranous hematoma on March 1, ending his outstanding creative career that lasted more than 45 years. Since 1978, he has not only created comics such as "Dragon Ball" and "Dr. Strange and the Robot Doll", but has also been involved in character design for works such as "Dragon Quest" and "Blue Dragon". It has a profound impact on the gaming industry. We call on our readers to continue to cherish his unique and remarkable creations.

Anime fans around the world have expressed their condolences to Akira Toriyama. According to the announcement, the funeral will be handled privately in accordance with the wishes of the relatives. The media and fans are asked to understand and refuse interviews and send flowers to express condolences.

In the official announcement from the "Shounen Jump" editorial department, many well-known teachers include "Dragon Quest" producer Yuji Horii, "Blade Superman" Katsura Masakazu, "One Piece" Oda Eiichiro, "Naruto" Kishimoto Masashi, etc. They all expressed their deep condolences to Teacher Akira Toriyama. The departure of this superstar in the comics industry undoubtedly left a hole in the entire industry that is difficult to fill.

With the global influence of the Dragon Ball series, Akira Toriyama's work will always shine in the hearts of anime fans. Even if he passes away, his legacy will continue to inspire new generations of creators and continue the continuous development of animation culture.

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