The new art was released in Japan.
Dragon Ball Super may be over, but fans are still hungry for any serving they can get from the amazing anime series. As reported by Comicbook, Toei Animation, who recently created a department solely dedicated to everything Dragon Ball, has blessed their Japanese fan base with new artwork that shows off fan-favorite moments from the series. The artbook, which is included in a DVD box set, gives fans a detailed look at Goku at the first moment when he achieves the Ultra Instinct Form. Although the art doesn't show the completed form, it does display Goku when he first uses the incomplete form against Jiren in the Tournament of Power. Fans of the series who bought the box set took to Twitter to share the contents of the artbook.
Fans were also treated to storyboards, rough pencil and ink sketches, and an in-depth look at the female Super Saiyans that debuted in the series.
Fans of the series will have to wait until December for a new Dragon Ball Super movie, which features a new villain created exclusively for the film. If you can't wait that long, a live tour for the anime will hit the US and Canada this year as well.