This past weekend, competitors at Evo 2017 got to put the upcoming Dragon Ball FighterZ through its paces in a side tournament. From tons of excellent, flashy super moves to impressive tag techniques, players showcased the surprising depth in this six-fighter demo.
Dragon Ball FighterZ made a huge impression when it was first revealed at E3 in June, but it’s currently undergoing the greatest test of all: Rigorous competition from some of the fighting game community’s best players.
Rap and anime are like salt and caramel—not an intuitive match, but a delightful one. Most referenced among rap superstars like Lupe Fiasco, Soulja Boy and RZA is the classic ‘90s staple Dragon Ball Z, your childhood five o’clock Toonami fixture.
Now you can finally check which wasteland denizens have a power level of over nine-thousand.
Frieza and Goku clash in the most unusual way: Japanese artist Shinrashinge used three paper cups to draw a short Dragon Ball story.
Here’s a pretty creative way to light up a room with Dragon Ball characters and their energy attacks.
Some of the animation in BlackSmokeFilms’ Dragon Ball short film “The Fall of Men” is just excellent. It’s shorter, but I might even say that overall it’s better than the 2009 movie Dragonball Evolution.
The internet has changed the way we experience nearly everything—including, in this case, what being a part of Dragon Ball Z is like.
It’s an amazingly choreographed battle scene of two hands... dressed as Goku and Frieza from Dragon Ball Z by HigaTV.
Edgar Gómez’s Dragon Ball Z fan art transforms the villains into characters from a Spawn comic or a horror game. Very cool.
Not even Saiyan armor can save this guy from a quick defeat.
Characters die and come back to life all the time in Dragon Ball. It’s a pretty bloody series overall and it can be hard to keep track of everything after hundreds of episodes. The pictures of Spanish artist Alberto Cubatas help in that. He visualized all the kills of main characters.
Why settle for watching the new Dragon Ball Z stuff in a movie, when you can play it all in a game?
The folks over at Dragon Ball World compiled a cool infographic of the main characters from the youngest appearance—but not necessarily first—to their oldest.
When you think of Dragon Ball Z villains, one in particular probably comes to mind: Frieza. So bringing him back in the latest big screen feature, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’, seems like a natural idea.
Guys. This is our chance. We can get Goku from Dragon Ball Z into Smash Bros....maybe!
Reality TV may not be the best place to find anything realistic, but it can be a good place to find people who would fit right in an anime.
Dragon Ball Z's second major story arc, the Namek Saga, is one of the best in the series. Spanish enthusiast Juanpe of Jerez de la Frontera didn't recreate just one or two figures or scenes from these episodes. He basically rebuilt the entire thing as a huge, amazing diorama.