Dragon Ball Creator breaks the silence in Sand Land
Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama Sand land It is getting a feature film from a CG anime adaptation, and now Toriyama himself is breaking the silence about what the project is and how it was created. When the official Sand Land account posted on Twitter, it revealed this Sand land It’s going to be a movie — and with it came some words from Toriyama himself (trans Hermes 98):
“after dragon ball I finished, tried many short works and one shots, then tried to put everything I had into drawing what I thought would be my final work. “This was Sandland,” Toriyama said in a statement. “Thinking about it now, I’m amazed that I could draw a weekly serial myself without any assistant, if only for one comic volume.”
If you are wondering how Sand land compare b dragon ball? Well, by his own admission, Toriyama says it has more to do with his unabashed creative passion:
“I drew this putting my likes on top, so anyone who says they’re enjoying this is a super fan who’s really obsessed with me! Something like that, I guess.” Toriyama said. “The pictures I’ve seen still have many unfinished parts, but I never expected to get a visual edit after more than 20 years, so this kind of quality is like a dream come true.”
the Sand land The animated film is produced by Sunrise, Kamikaze Douga, and Anima and will be released on August 18 in Japan.
the original Sand land The manga appeared in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2000, but it only lasted for one volume (fourteen chapters). Members Sand land The moves picked up when Bandai Namco launched a website for the series late last year. The countdown has led to the announcement that Sand Land is getting an anime – and now we know it’s going to be a movie.
Meanwhile, Viz Media will give Sand land The manga is adapted in English, and the synopsis reads like this:
In the distant future, war has ravaged the entire land, leaving only a wasteland where a greedy King controls the water supply. In search of a long-lost lake, Sheriff Rao seeks help from the Demon King…and gets the King’s son, Beelzebub, and his thief-assistant. The unlikely trio cruises together across the desert, facing dragons, bandits, and the deadliest enemies of all…the King’s own army! It’s a travel adventure and tank action in this new story from Akira Toriyama, creator of Dragon Ball Z!
Sand land It will hit theaters in Japan on August 18th.