Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama passed away at the age of 68.

I’m sorry to all Akira Toriyama fans to inform you that we received some devastating news on Friday regarding the renowned manga artist and Dragon Ball creator, Akira Toriyama. Mr. Toriyama passed away at the age of 68, leaving behind a legacy of influential and beloved works that have touched the lives of countless fans across the world. The news of his passing has deeply saddened the global anime and manga community, who have lost a true visionary and master of the craft. Our thoughts and condolences go out to Mr. Toriyama’s family, friends, and fans during this difficult time.

According to some reports, the cause of his death was an acute subdural hematoma, it’s a condition where blood collects between the skull and the surface of the brain.

This news is confirmed by multiple sources including the manga and design production studio of the creator, Bird Studio, Capsule Corporation Tokoyo, and Dragon Ball Official have confirmed the news regarding the tribal update. These sources have all corroborated the information, indicating that the update is genuine.

The news that has recently surfaced has left many anime lovers and fans of Akira Toriyama devastated. It is with a heavy heart that we share the unfortunate news of the passing of Akira Toriyama, a well-known and beloved Japanese manga artist who has inspired countless individuals over the years. His work has had a significant impact on the world of anime and manga, and his legacy will always be remembered. We offer our heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, and fans during this difficult time. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

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