I recently wrote how “Dragon Ball Super Doesn’t Suck” mostly as an exercise to dispel the myth that the show was verging on Dragon Ball GT levels of bad. As at the time the series had been slowly and steadily gaining steam over the course of the currently airing arc. That being said I purposefully left the…
One of my biggest annoyances in anime is that no matter how popular Dragon Ball Z has been there is always a segment of fans that just dismiss the original Dragon Ball out of hand. Despite the fact the fights are as exciting, the humor is top notch, and it remains one of the best Shōnen shows ever made to this day.…
Here are some aesthetically perfect Dragon Ball fan-pics by NicoTheSane, who remade four well-known locations from the series in 3D using a very cool, clear style.
The newest Super Saiyan form is Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan. Which sounds silly, yes. That’s why, as Kotaku previously reported, it was changed in the manga. Now the most recent Dragon Ball Super is following suit.
In Japan, the Dragon Ball energy attack is called “Kamehameha.” In the U.S., it’s Kamehameha. In Germany, it’s Kamehameha. In Latin America, it’s Kamehameha and sounds fucking badass in Spanish. But in Spain? Heh.
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.
At Ayaha High School in Shiga Prefecture, Japan, junior members of the tennis club celebrate their senpai’s graduations by making elaborate sand art. Notice it!
Everyone gets emotional sometimes, even Vegeta.
Here’s a pretty creative way to light up a room with Dragon Ball characters and their energy attacks.
We’ve seen how facial hair turned Street Fighter character Ryu into “Hot Ryu.” And now, in the most recent Dragon Ball Super episode, let’s see how beards do the same for Vegeta and Goku.
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.