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Look up the definition of the word canon.
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Look up the definition of the word canon. 
   
One of them is works by the original creator.
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<span style="color:rgb(34,34,34);font-family:Roboto,arial,sans-serif;font-size:small;font-weight:100;">"the works of a particular author or artist that are recognized as genuine."</span>
   
Three guesses for who the original creator is.
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<span style="color:rgb(34,34,34);font-family:Roboto,arial,sans-serif;font-size:small;font-weight:100;">Since it's Akira Toriyama's story we're talking about, guess who the particular artist whose works are genuine is?</span>
   
 
Granted, now that he has a person he says is the chosen successor, that individual's works are equally canon.
 
Granted, now that he has a person he says is the chosen successor, that individual's works are equally canon.

Revision as of 06:05, October 30, 2017

Look up the definition of the word canon. 

"the works of a particular author or artist that are recognized as genuine."

Since it's Akira Toriyama's story we're talking about, guess who the particular artist whose works are genuine is?

Granted, now that he has a person he says is the chosen successor, that individual's works are equally canon.

Guess who isn't the successor?

Correct, Toei Animation.

So guess who's story doesn't matter in terms of canon?

Correct, Toei Animation.

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