This September, there will be two Dragon Ball “fan runs,” which appear to be folks in Dragon Ball shirts participating in runs. The Tokyo area Dragon Ball run will be held September 10, while the Aichi Prefecture area one is September 23.
Indoor amusement park J-World Tokyo is rolling out a new Dragon Ball themed “virtual roller coaster” called “Zenkai Flying Nimbus.”
Doesn’t Dragon Ball FighterZ look incredible? And the best part might be that so much of that look is taken straight from the Akira Toriyama’s original art.
The latest Dragon Ball Super episode showed off new character Kale’s Super Saiyan form. Fans knew this was coming, as well as how the character appeared to be inspired by Broly. Now that the episode has aired, those fans have opinions.
Bandai Namco announced BXD, a company that specializes in online games and smartphone compatible browser games. Three titles are slated for 2018 in Japan: a new Dragon Ball Z, a new Family Stadium, and a new Idolmaster. No word about international releases.
The best part? Both Dragon Ball and Gundam go together very well. At least in these custom works, they do.
Look, if VR is a thing, then you better believe that VR Kamehameha is one, too.
There’s a new ending for Dragon Ball Super. Not only is it excellent, but it’s also subtly nostalgic.
As previewed at the end of the last Dragon Ball Super episode, this latest one was about Bulma and her new baby. If you haven’t seen it yet, don’t continue!
An 11-year-old boy in Phoenix ended up in intensive care after being stung by 400 bees. He says he got through that terrible attack by channeling Vegeta.
Over the years, we’ve gotten loads of excellent opening credit sequences from the various Dragon Ball anime. The latest from Dragon Ball Super is no exception, but how does it stack up to the others? Let’s find out!
It’s not size that counts, but how awesome you can make tiny block sculptures.
A teaser for the upcoming episode of Dragon Ball Super shows off what certainly looks to be a female version of the character Broly. This might be the first Super Saiyan woman in any Dragon Ball anime or manga.
Well, it does go with his Goku tattoo.
Dragon Ball character Nappa is beefy. So, if you want to cosplay as him, make sure you’ve got, well, beef.
Almost a decade since Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 was released, we now know the answer to an age old question, originally poised by Nappa, of whether the big, burly, bald fighter’s goatee would grow if he went Super Saiyan. The answer, of course, is yes.
Because you store vegetables in fridges, and you can make a pun, I guess.
Yamcha might suck, but he takes center stage in one of Dragon Ball’s most famous memes. In the most recent Dragon Ball Super, Yamcha returns, putting a new spin on an old meme.
“Anime was a mistake” is a meme for a reason. But for some Dragon Ball fans, anime was the best thing that ever happened to them, and to their health.