Dragon Ball parodies the famous pieces of fine art in a new clothing line


Dragon Ball great will be breaking new ground with the arrival of this summer Dragon Ball Super: Superherobut the history of the Z-Fighters only began in the 1980s with the original dragon ball, which seems almost odd considering the franchise these days with the likes of Ultra Instinct and Super Saiyan Blue. Though Goku is no longer a kid mostly 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 shots from the series’ early days.

Although Goku, Bulma, Krillin, Yamcha and Master Roshi were the main protagonists throughout 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. With the upcoming movie in the franchise already hitting theaters in Japan and set to hit North America and other countries this August, this time Gohan and Piccolo will take center stage to battle the reborn Red Ribbon Army as the first criminal organization appeared in the original series now features two new androids, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2.

The official dragon ball The Twitter account shared the new designs set to launch from Public Tokyo’s apparel makers, which will 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 appeared in the original series haven’t been able to match the likes of Goku and Vegeta when it comes to overall power levels, Dragon Ball great made good use of some of the franchise’s oldest characters. In particular, the Tournament of Power and Moro Arcs gave the likes of Krillin, Yamcha, Master Roshi, and Chaotzu the ability to fight despite not having Super Saiyan transformations available to them.

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