Inoue and Akira Toriyama had a conversation in Weekly Shonen Jump's 50th anniversary issue.
Yeah, it's not like nobody knows what he looks like or you can't find pictures of him happily posing for the camera, but considering how big Dragon Ball was and still is, and since he's no longer actively producing it, maybe he wants to keep a lower profile these days? But then... don't do interviews, or just accept the bump in awareness until it recedes again? You're right, it's weird, but there's a certain logic to it that the less people that recognize him at the newsstands or cafe, the better for his day to day life.Johnstantine said:I feel like Toriyama had no problem showing his face until Oda decided not to.
Kind of weird
He's given two lengthy interviews in the past 2 years: The 2016 Guidebook and the one with Hakusensha's new president ( Part 1 | Part 2)Keratos said:Wow, that's cool, if only we got an interview like this but with our boy Miura.
I wanna know what he thinks about the future of Berserk nowadays.
Do what I did and stop actively waiting and assume it's over... until proven otherwise.MiyamotoPuck said:Nice interview, but i'm getting tired of waiting for him to get back to Vagabond or Real...
Yeah you're right, I should do that.Griffith said:Do what I did and stop actively waiting and assume it's over... until proven otherwise.
I'll take a look, thanks.Griffith said:I go into detail in the post below with links to Inoue's thoughts and a summary of the exhibition where he kind of wraps up everything before he gets there.