sorry but your arguments are being bordering on hypocrisy. what is your point with the question of the canon? being that we are using characters also considered non-canon. if broly not has feats better in games and even in the movies, as how broly is above of omega? was showing broly feats to show that not even the best feats in the movies and even games, is the question of feats is below even your own universe for guys like SSJ3 Goku, Janemba, gogeta ... interesting criticize the feats of anime, a other media, the feats goku in dbgt, in dbgt happen, and you come say that is non-canon? Our well you're so desperate, even to deny a canon feat in its own media, as the broly destroy a "galaxy"? I can not do anything if goku in dbgt had feats above your dear broly in base, no need to say that the omega could do with someone like goku.
SSJ3 broly does not exist in the movies, only in games, is also not shown any feat that puts him even above the gogeta ssj1 since he was defeated by SSJ3 vegeta, sorry but if your best argument and a trailer for the game, it demonstrates that you have no credibility to defend your favorite character. des
sorry but broly was literally destroyed in all aspects, destructive capacity, feats, pl, multipliers ... has no arguments against facts, can flooding , cry, swear, nothing will make broly win it. if you have no more arguments and can not prove that broly can not make things better in your own universe is not can win of a SSJ3 vegeta,as the broly will win it? to already know is because broly is "brolypotence."
Toriyama's Contributions to the Anime
While it seems to be fairly well-known that Toriyama contributed certain ideas and character designs to the anime, there's still quite a bit of misunderstanding as to just what exactly he did or didn't have a part in. Believe it or not, some of the filler most fans complain about as being non-canon material was actually Toriyama's idea. And while he didn't actually write any of the movies, he did create many of the new characters that appeared in them. All of the information below has been scattered throughout the series' numerous guide books, so we've just simply organized it in one convenient place.
This page has been organized by story elements so that character designs are listed roughly in the order in which they appeared in the series, with the main series appearing first and then is followed by the movies and TV specials. Be sure to click on the Toriyama designs to view larger versions, which in some cases will contian additon translated notes.
Toriyama personally selected Nozawa Masako to voice Son Goku and Tanaka Mayumi to voice Kuririn. He also helped select other unspecified major characters, although it appears his selections were only for major characters at the very beginning of the series. In Daizenshuu 10, for instance, Horikawa Ryoumentions not having to audition to play for Vegeta.
From Toriyama's Daizenshuu 3 interview:
-- Were there any jobs you did directly for the "DB" anime?
Toriyama: In cases where characters appeared in the anime before they were shown in color in the manga, I sent a response to the animators at Toei through my editor. After that, I listened to the voice actor audition tapes, and decided on the casting. When I decided on Goku's voice, I listened to the voices of five or six candidates, and out of those I decided on Nozawa Masako-san.
-- What were your impressions on hearing Goku's voice during the actual broadcast?
Toriyama: I went "Goku has this sort of voice, doesn't he". From then on, when I was drawing the manga, the characters' voices would somehow drift up into my mind. Whenever that happened, Goku's voice would be just like Nozawa-san's, and I'd think "Geez, she's good". Now it's impossible to separate Goku from Nozawa-san.
-- Did you choose any of the other characters?
Toriyama: I was present for the selection of the other major roles. After that, I suppose I only designated Tanaka Mayumi-san as the voice of Kuririn. When I saw "Night on the Galaxy Railroad", I said the protagonist had a really good voice, and a very knowledgeable friend of mine told me that it was Tanaka Mayumi-san.
|Jump Super Anime Tour|
From the start, the Jump Super Anime Tour special was promoted as being based on a story by Toriyama. And in fact, the opening credits to the special credit Toriyama with the first draft, in addition to his usual credit in the openings as the creator of the original work. The actual script for the special is, however, credited as being written by Koyama Takao, the same man responsible for all of the DragonBall Z movie scripts. So Toriyama did come up with the basis for the story, but he didn't flat-out write the finished version. Still, this represents more involvement from Toriyama than any of the other movies had received. Interestingly, in an interview in Son Goku Densetsu, which came out several years before the special, Toriyama and Nakatsuru Katsuyoshi discuss ideas for a new DragonBall Z work, which seems to foreshadow the Jump special a little bit.
This is taken from page 96 of the TV anime guide Son Goku Densetsu:
-- The "DragonBall" kanzenban have brought in new readers, and I think that as fans it's only natural that they'd want to see a new "DragonBall Z" title. What would you think about making a new anime work about once a year or so?
Toriyama: Oh, I'd like to see that.
Nakatsuru: But by the final chapter, Goku had gotten pretty old. And even after that he was the main character for the anime-original "DragonBall GT". If we're going to be making stories left and right here, maybe we should rewind time a bit and make them stories set sometime in the past.Toriyama:
I think so too. Instead of continuing the story further and further into the future, it'd be better to do a separate episode style of story development where you go back in time and go "this sort of enemy was here, and this sort of story". Just say "it wasn't in the original work, but this sort of story happened". Maybe that would be better.
The Jump special did, in fact, take the approach Toriyama describes here of going back in time and saying that a previously unmentioned incident happened at that particular point in time. The narrator even states such and notes that everyone simply forgot all about it because the enemy was just so weak.