The final film of SANDLAND gives some free re-amorgizing adaptation of Akira Toriyamas manga that isn’t Dragon Ball

The countdown was over and the Akira Toriyama fans have something to look forward to. In 2023, LAND of SAND will be an animated film. There are not any rumors about that, but we have three studios, two trailers, a Twitter account and a reputable web site for that upcoming film. The artwork looks like Dragon.

Experience the classic in a new way. A pic. Sunrise, Kamikaze Douga, and Anima.

The countdown has ended, so fans of the Akira Toriyama are ready to see something. The story is titled SAND LAND, now in 2023.

The crew hasn’t yet announced details. Those studios, 2 trailers, a Twitter account and a site for the film’s release are three and a half studios are available in the coming time. The art style looks like the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, and the new trailer looks promising.

But will Akira Toriyama play a part in the film creation? And what kind of Easter Eggs can we expect?

Beelzebub is ready for a fight. One of the following pictures is Sunrise, Kamikaze Douga and Anima.

The first move is fresh.

SAND LAND is one of Akira’s oldest works. It is proof that you don’t need hundreds of volumes to tell a story. But while we wait for more information, let’s focus on the three studios who worked on that.

Why does a woman with disabilities need three studios?

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SANDLAND, also known as Bandai Namco Filmworks, will make Sunrise the first crack at an Akira Toriyama project. But with ten studios known for their work on anime, video game and non-Japanese cartoons, the studio is renowned for its outstanding work.

And it was as if Bandai Namco was working on several Dragon Ball games. It’s easy not to say why Sunrise was chosen to live on the beach.

Compromise is death. With this motto, it’s no surprise that Kamikaze Douga prides itself on three-DCG animation. Kamikaze Douga has worked on Ultra Jump commercials and has the largest number of supervised animation videos.

Their attention to realism will help in terms of vehicle and character in SANDLAND. It’s almost impossible to mix up some characters after the first chapter is complete.


Anima has a number of connections to Cartoon Network and Disney. They are located in Mexico City, Madrid, Buenos Aires, and the Canary Islands.

They have worked on television shows, YouTube channels, web-series, mobile apps, and licensing and merchandising. The three studios are self-owned powerhouses. It’s interesting to see how sand lands looks.

The trailer measures about 40 second long, but you can see so much shading, highlights and textures. The whole world seems to be coexisting, given the differences in character colors.

This artwork style compliments Rau and Toriyamas dreaded tank feels good. Here’s hoping this movie will finish before Christmas.