1: Akira Toriyama, creator of Dragon Ball, gained a diverse fan following over the years.

2: Black fans initially felt left out, but connected with the themes of strength and perseverance in Dragon Ball.

3: The portrayal of strong Black characters like Mr. Popo and Piccolo resonated with fans.

4: As the series progressed, more Black fans found representation in characters like Tien and Krillin.

5: The bond between Goku and Piccolo highlighted important themes of redemption and unity.

6: Black fans embraced the anime's focus on inner strength and determination.

7: The epic battles and friendships in Dragon Ball resonated with Black viewers worldwide.

8: Dragon Ball's message of power through teamwork and resilience struck a chord with Black audiences.

9: Today, Akira Toriyama's work continues to inspire and unite fans of all backgrounds through its universal themes.

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