The ultimate crossover, courtesy of GAME store shelf placement. Spotted by Redditor t3hOutlaw.
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.
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.
It’s an amazingly choreographed battle scene of two hands... dressed as Goku and Frieza from Dragon Ball Z by HigaTV.
DBZ Tribute is not an official project—but damn if it doesn’t look hot anyway.
Who do you think would win in a fight: Goku or Ryu? What about Goku versus Chun-Li? Or against Guile?
This is not official art. It’s fan art. Pixiv member Kanon Kamishima created the piece and uploaded it in 2013. This week, similar art was spotted on a Dragon Ball Z toy. The artist apparently had no idea.
Anime shows are a team effort. There are many people involved in the making of your favorite show, each with their own style and take on your favorite character. Dragon Ball Z is no exception.
UFC star Ronda Rousey held an “Ask Me Anything” crowd interview on Reddit today, and almost immediately, she discussed a ton of nerdy stuff. Here are some of her best answers.
“She also scares me,” said the Prince of All Saiyans.
YouTuber Hoolopee remade the first battle between Vegeta and Son Goku from Dragon Ball Z’s Saiyan Saga using only common sheep and his superior editing skills.
Now that’s some cool-looking combat.
To celebrate the North American release of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F, Sydney-based Deerstalker Pictures made a short Dragon Ball Z movie.
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.
Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, Gohan, Goten, and Trunks—they’re all there! My middle-school self is so happy right now, you guys.
Why settle for watching the new Dragon Ball Z stuff in a movie, when you can play it all in a game?