Adidas keeps rolling out looks at the official Dragon Ball sneakers that’ll start releasing soon, and the latest is probably the best of the bunch: Shenron.
Adidas is coming out with a whole line of Dragon Ball sneakers, and while the shoes themselves aren’t great, the sportswear giant is hoping that the boxes they come in are reason enough for fans to drop hundreds of dollars on the set.
Having already shown Cell, Goku and Frieza, we’re now getting a proper look (via Sneaker Freaker) at a fourth shoe in Adidas’ upcoming Dragon Ball line, and this one’s all about Majin Buu.
Loads of anime and manga have been turned into pachinko machines, including Fist of the North Star, Evangelion and Lupin the Third. However, there is no Dragon Ball pachinko machine and probably won’t be anytime soon.
The official name of this color is “Sunset Orange,” but c’mon, let’s get real. That color is Goku.
To promote the upcoming anime movie Dragon Ball Super: Broly, several statues are being exhibited at DiverCity Tokyo Plaza in Japan. The Frieza one talks.
There is no need for anyone anywhere to ever do a Beerus cosplay again.
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.
A new Dragon Ball Super: Broly trailer just debuted at San Diego Comic-Con. In it, Broly goes bonkers, but what many fans also dig are Goku’s and Vegeta’s winter wear.
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 movies stopped having a plot a long time ago. If the trailer shown at San Diego Comic-Con today is anything to go off of, Dragon Ball Super: Broly won’t be any different.
Now that we’re getting better looks at Broly in the upcoming Dragon Ball Super: Broly, fans have been commenting on the character’s new look and attempting to deduce what it all means.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly’s North American theatrical release is currently planned for a January 2019. That’ll be just a couple months after it comes out in Japan as well as the one year anniversary of Dragon Ball FighterZ in which Broly is currently wrecking people left and right.
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.
For an upcoming Shonen Weekly Jump, One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda drew Luffy with his arm around Dragon Ball’s Goku.
There is only one Son Goku in Dragon Ball, yet throughout the series’ history, he has embodied many different forms. Video games have attempted to keep up with the canon by including different versions of Goku, each with varying levels of “Goku-ness.” Hence the debate: how many Gokus are there, really?
A world championship tour for Dragon Ball Fighter Z will see qualifying competitions in seven different countries, each with its own Dragon Ball as a prize. But what if one competitor wins all seven?
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.
If you ever find yourself in the cast of a Dragon Ball fight scene, Christopher Sabat has some advice. “You can either scream once, and make it really epic, and it really hurts, but you only have to do it one time,” explains the man who voices several cosmic soldiers in the Dragon Ball universe. “Or you can kinda fake…
Out of all the fan art I’ve seen, Dragon Ball or not, this is the first time I’ve ever seen it created on a carpet quite like this.