Future Trunks avenges his mentor Gohan in a powerful new piece of Dragon Ball fanart, finally finding peace after years of struggle. Artist Fellipe (@fellipart) demonstrates incredible attention to detail in his artwork, rivaling the official illustrations of Akira Toriyama and Toyotarou. Trunks and Gohan’s hard work paid off, bringing closure to their story even if the fanart isn’t canon. Victory was never guaranteed for these iconic Z Fighters.
IN Dragon ballin the near future, fan-favorite characters of Trunk And Gohan are the only surviving heroes fighting a seemingly inconclusive war against a pair of evil robots that have left the world in ruins. And now, in a fitting new piece of fanart, Future Trunks exacts revenge on Androids 17 and 18 and finally puts to rest the invaluable mentor and friend who made him the warrior he is today..
Shared on social media via Instagram by Fellipe (@fellipart), this creative talent is all about dreaming up and sketching out unique Dragon Ball fan art that rivals and sometimes even surpassing the official illustrations done by series creator Akira Toriyama and current Dragon Ball Super artist Toyotarou.
Often creating highly detailed visuals that depict Dragon Ball’s signature battles as well as the iconic characters that engage in them, Fellipe recently uploaded artwork representing Ultra Ego Vegeta’s ultimate power against Black Frieza, Super Saiyan Goku as he takes on the legendary Saiyan that is Broly and even Beast Gohan is ready for an epic battle, never failing to inflict Impressed with each new work.
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Future Trunks comes from a war-torn time where he was constantly fighting for his life, with new fanart depicting him as a brave hero.
Future Trunks Buries His Teacher In New Dragon Ball Fanart
Coming from an alternate timeline where the ruthless Android 17 and Android 18 were never defeated, this future sees Gohan protecting Trunks and teaching the young hero how to channel his powers to Become a warrior worthy of the name Z-Fighter. Having lost his arm in battle and then tragically lost his life, Gohan never lived to see Trunks ascend to Super Saiyan in the anime nor saw him go back in time, with the The knowledge and power that Trunks received in the past is exactly what he needs to easily defeat his enemies in the future.
Pictured walking toward the camera, wearing battle-damaged clothing, long hair and a scowl he no doubt learned from his father, Fellipe places Trunks a few feet in front of the stele The grave reads “RIP Son Gohan,” with his signature sword stuck into the ground next to it and a strip of Gohan’s gi tied to its handle drawing attention to the subtle reflection of Android 17 and 18 are added to its steel. A fitting caption for this image is “You have been avenged,” Fellipe’s attention to detail highlights the struggle Trunks has faced in his constant effort to exact revenge for the Gohan’s death, finally giving the character the sense of peace that had eluded him for so long.
Future Trunks pays his respects to Gohan after defeating the Androids
The moment Trunks buries his mentor and friend has never appeared in Dragon Ball lore before (although his younger years were chronicled in Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks) and with Fellipe (@fellipart) case, fans got to experience a bittersweet ending for a hero who was finally given the eternal rest he so richly deserved. Trunk And Gohan their jobs are eliminated in the future they think they cannot save, and even this Dragon ball fanart isn’t the norm, it’s nice to see their efforts pay off, especially when victory is never guaranteed for these iconic Z Fighters.
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