Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will release a manga based edition. Bandai Namco revealed that this manga titled "Time Patroller's Guide" will come along with the Collector's Edition of Dragonball Xenoverse 2.
The cover of the manga featuring the Saiyan Time Patroller calling out for more patroller has been revealed for public view the Dragon Ball Z Games Facebook page. The posted photo makes a very interesting presentation of itself and of the game as well.
Akira Toriyama, Dragon Ball creator, and illustrator also took advantage of the manga launch to make known to Dragon Ball fanatics the most recent person behind the illustrations. He introduced his successor Tayatoro whom he says he has passed the mantle of drawing the Dragon Ball on.
Tayatoro, on the other hand, did not fail his predecessor as he has shown impressive performance in his artwork. Toriyama even said in a statement that his successor brought the Dragon Ball Universe back to life.
The Dragon Ball original illustrator, however, clarified that he is still drawing manga these days but in lower quantities He also added that he is still the one contributing basic ideas on the Dragon Ball series before Toyataro executes them.
Toriyama's statements are included in the Xenoverse bonus manga, The Capsule Computers reported.
Toyotaro started to show his talent in the industry through the Dragon Ball AF, an infamous fan fic manga. He is now in the business for years and is not just contributing the illustrative part of the series but is the one behind the conceptualization after Toriyama hands him down the rough details of the story. He is also the person behind the Dragon Ball manga and Dragon Ball Super manga, scheduled to be released every month.
As Dragon Ball lovers await for the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 manga to be out in the market, it still remains unclear of the manga will be sold even without the collector's edition, The Attack Of The Fan Boy reported.
Watch this video for a sneak preview of the story.