OK, we’re pretty much done with leaks: these are some of the first official shots of Adidas’ anticipated upcoming collaboration with Dragon Ball Z, and they show the first two pairs are running with a Goku vs. Frieza theme.
Last week, a 22-year-old Frenchman who goes by the online name Z-Mack released the seventh major update to Dragon Ball Z: Team Training, a hack of an old Pokémon game where you can catch all of your favorite characters from Dragon Ball Z and have them fight against each other in the Pokémon world.
Earlier this year, there was a big fuss from Dragon Ball fans over a line of sneakers that Adidas was releasing based on the franchise, mostly because a bunch of leaked designs looked terrible. Now that one of the shoes is actually coming out, though, things might not be so bad.
Dragon Ball Super has ended its TV run, but no worries—the series’ next movie, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, is coming out in Japan before the end of the year.
My older brother watched Dragon Ball Z every day growing up, and I still hear young black men talking about it all the time. On the train, I hear black teenage boys sharing their takes on Dragon Ball fighting games. When I meet black men my age, ones who scoff at my love of anime, they still know what I’m talking…
Japanese national team member Yuto Nagatomo recently unveiled his new hairdo. “I want to help out the time so I turned into a Super Saiyan,” he wrote on Instagram.
Yamcha has not had the best luck in Dragon Ball. He was once a lord and a threat, but by Super his lagging power level became a gag. You wouldn’t know it watching Ryota “Kazunoko” Inoue play him in Dragon Ball FighterZ, though.
Four months ago, Eduardo “HookGangGod” Deno had never entered a tournament in person. He had been shooting up the leaderboards in Persona 4 Arena and Guilty Gear for years while preferring to risk frame delays and shaky network connections. But Dragon Ball FighterZ got the self-described “online monster” to see if…
Two new fighters joined the Dragon Ball FighterZ cast this week, and both are fusions of characters already in the game. Vegito and Zamasu clearly indicate that the gameplay and design in DBFZ is getting more elaborate; they’re both hard to play and fun as hell.
Adidas has a whole line of Dragon Ball sneakers coming later this year, and most of them suck. It’s a bummer, but some custom designers from Australia are here to try and fix things.
Chinatrust Brothers, one of the most popular pro teams in Taiwan, will don Dragon Ball Z themed uniforms when playing the Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions on May 5 and 6.
Of course, there is a Dragon Ball Z porn parody. It’s called Dragon Boob Z and appears to feature cosplaying performers with pun-filled character names.
Dragon Ball FighterZ, the video game, is incredibly faithful to its source material which is, duh, the long-running anime series Dragon Ball Z. And the game’s fans and commentators are tying the game to the show in ways that create something wholly their own.
A resident of Nakhon Pathom Province in Thailand is sporting a whole bunch of Dragon Ball tattoos.
Fists aren’t the only striking thing in Dragon Ball FighterZ. Its stages, inspired by the landmark anime, are gorgeous. Excited about the game’s great stages, we reached out to Dragon Ball FighterZ producer Tomoko Hiroki about what developing them was like.
GTA mod team JulioNIB have just released this script for Goku that gives you access to all kinds of crazy powers as well, from flight to teleportation.
During the Paris Saint-Germain game against Marseille, fans unveiled a massive Goku banner as Paris continues its march towards the title.
Dragon Ball games are for Dragon Ball fans. Fighting games are for fighting game fans. Dragon Ball FighterZ is both of those things, and it’s for everybody.
In manga and anime, Super Saiyans look cool, but in real-life? Cool, too, but absurd.
Actors. Musicians. Athletes. People name their kids after all sorts of people, so why not after a Super Saiyan?