Dragon Ball Parodies Famous Fine Art Pieces In New Clothing Line


Dragon Ball Super is ready to venture into new territories with the arrival of this summer Dragon Ball Super: Super heroesbut the history of the Z-Fighters began in the 1980s with the original dragonball, which almost seems quaint when you look at the franchise these days with Ultra Instinct and Super Saiyan Blue. Although Goku is no longer a kid primarily trying to collect the Dragon Balls, a clothing line has decided to venture into the past of Akira Toriyama’s Shonen franchise with some classic versions from the early days of the series.

Although Goku, Bulma, Krillin, Yamcha and Master Roshi were the main cast members of the original series, Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball Super have opened up the world of Z-Fighters in leaps and bounds over the decades. While the next film in the franchise has already hit theaters in Japan and is slated to hit North America and other countries in August, Gohan and Piccolo will take center stage this time around battling the military. Red Ribbon reincarnated as a criminal organization that first appeared in the original series now has two new androids at its disposal in Gamma 1 and Gamma 2.

The official dragonball The Twitter account shared the new designs set to hit the market from Public Tokyo clothing producers who are set to recreate some of the characters and environments from Akira Toriyama’s popular Shonen franchise via classic art crossovers:

While a number of characters who first arrived in the original series couldn’t keep up with Goku and Vegeta when it came to overall power level, Dragon Ball Super did a decent job of using some of the franchise’s older characters. The Tournament of Power and the Moro Bows in particular gave Krillin, Yamcha, Master Roshi, and Chaotzu the opportunity to fight despite having no Super Saiyan transformations available to them.

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