Anime fans have been seething for over half a decade about the Hollywood adaptation of the martial arts classic, but maybe this will finally cool their rage.
Some of the biggest stars of anime and manga are going to be spending their summer at the Osaka theme park.
You’d have to be almost as wealthy as the Briefs family to win all four of the different versions!
Proving that there’s nothing more refreshing than a nice, tall cup of manga.
Bandai’s next Dragon Ball figure will be of Vegeta, the fiercely proud Saiyan Prince, and yes, he really will be shaking (or vibrating, actually) with fear!
Anime hero Goku appears in giant form to delight fans and hopefully keep Attack on Titan’s monsters in check.
Akira Toriyama feels your pain, anime fight fans.
Who was chosen to voice the Monkey King in the Japanese-language version of League of Legends? His voice sounds oddly familiar…we’re just Saiyan’.
It seems we just can’t ring in the new year anymore without this cheering squad of Friezas! Is the Dragon Ball Z overlord actually…benevolent!?
Akira‘s theatrical poster is almost as iconic as the movie itself. But who knew that a character walking towards their ride could look as badass as Kaneda?
Talented Canada-based artist Sakimi-chan wows us again, this time with sizzling images of Dragon Ball couples! Read More
Is the landmark manga and starting point of the smash-hit anime losing its cultural relevancy?
Krillin, Gohan, and Porunga would like to talk to you about which car you should use your Dragon Ball wishes on.
What more could any Dragon Ball fan wish for?
Who will win this epic battle between Johannes Kepler and Demon King Piccolo?
A ton of anime characters wear some sort of school or military uniform, but that doesn’t mean the shows’ art is always consistent.
These are the most powerful anime heroes as chosen by fans outside of Japan. Who will claim the top spot and does your favorite make the list?
Love it or hate, there’s no doubt that many Dragon Ball Z fans growing up in the United States and other English-speaking countries got their start by watching Funimation’s English dub of the series. Once a staple of Cartoon Network’s weekday Toonami programming lineup back in the early 2000s, hearing the English voices of Goku and Vegeta, played by Sean Schemmel and Christopher Sabat respectively, is sure to induce a wave of nostalgia for many present-day “kids” now approaching their 30s.
In fact, the two veteran voice actors were recently featured in reddit’s Ask Me Anything series of video interviews. Join us after the jump to hear the duo’s candid thoughts about a variety of topics, including being asked to sign babies’ diapers, texting in Vegeta’s persona, playing pranks with kazoos, and female Super Saiyans!