Slurping, biting, chewing. Here’s scene after scene of Dragon Ball characters stuffing their faces.
Tomorrow in Sapporo, Japan, the annual snow festival gets underway. One of the main centerpieces is an enormous Dragon Ball Super snow sculpture.
When Dragon Ball is great, it’s friggin’ amazing. When it’s not, Dragon Ball is anything but. Take heart. If you aren’t happy, chances are its creator Akira Toriyama isn’t either.
Let’s be honest. All you actually need are an orange Turtle School gi and some spiky hair to complete your Dragon Ball cosplay. You do not need a mini-segway, hoverboard, whatever.
Phew! I know, you might’ve have been so worried. But I’m here to tell you to relax. So, RELAX. This is not a Super Saiyan invasion.
It’s natural that anime characters change over time. Sometimes for the better, and other times for anything but.
Hungry? How about a nice serving of delicious Dragon Balls. You know, from Dragon Ball. A restaurant in Japan serves up just that.
For many Call of Duty players, many of the first 5 hours of play time are spent in the emblem creator.
Damn, it’s like he stepped right out of the Dragon Ball Z anime.
The internet has changed the way we experience nearly everything—including, in this case, what being a part of Dragon Ball Z is like.
In Dragon Ball Super, there is a Saiyan form called Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan or SSGSS. It’s a mouthful! Surely, there has to be an easier way to say this. Now, there is.
Must have been hard to do stop-motion with a huge figure like SH Figuarts’ Broly from Dragon Ball, but it wasn’t an issue for YouTuber counter656.
In the preview for the next Dragon Ball Super episode, we can see Mr. Satan turning into a Super Saiyan. Wait. What?
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.
DBZ Tribute is not an official project—but damn if it doesn’t look hot anyway.
This is not a cosplay. It’s not a statue. It’s art. Fantastic art.
And the best way to use a hands-free mini-segway? Hip-hop videos? Nope! With a little creativity it can be turned easily into Son Goku’s magical yellow cloud.