Akira Toriyama, one of the world's most famous manga makers, died at the age of 68. It was announced that Toriyama, who signed many manga and made character drawings for some games, lost his life due to acute subdural hematoma (brain hemorrhage). 

Akira Toriyama, who entered the manga world with the Wonder Island series, has accomplished many great works over the years. The biggest of them was undoubtedly "Dragon Ball". Dragon Ball, one of the most famous manga series in the world, had achieved a significant success by selling more than 260 million copies.

Games like Dragon Quest and Chrono Trigger were also his work

The games Akira Toriyama worked on were world-renowned titles such as Dragon Quest and Chrono Trigger. Chrono Trigger, a collaboration with Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi, was considered one of the best games in history.

Meanwhile, Akira Toriyama also had projects that he was actively pursuing. "Dragon Ball Daima", the spin-off of Dragon Ball Z, was one of them. It is currently unknown whether the new project, which is expected to be released in the fall, will be affected by this untimely departure.