There’s nothing fishy about these gorgeous anime and video game costumes.
Wait, is anime otakuism hereditary?!?
There’s no easier or more appropriate place to cosplay as some of the greatest heroes of the anime and manga world.
Now Dragon Ball fans can have fun saying, “Here, have a senzu bean!” while giving out pieces of chocolate!
It turns out the anime villain isn’t just a fighter, but a dancer too!
Not cosplaying as Goku, but as the actual kamehameha beam itself.
A manga artist with a talent for sketching famous manga characters on the fly impresses backstage at this year’s Jump Festa.
Fans may fantasize about being a part of the Dragon Ball world, but what if it really happened, except you’re in the story as … Yamcha?
Goku taught me everything I know… including how to fire a kamehameha wave.
The new gadget is part of the celebrations for the Dragon Ball anime’s 30th anniversary, which first aired on February 26, 1986.
Special eateries celebrate animated hit’s 30th anniversary.
For die-hard Dragon Ball fans who can’t bear to be parted from the characters of their favorite series!
Fans have a lot to look forward to, following the announcement that an intriguing new “Dragon Ball Room” was established earlier this year.
And that’s not the only hit anime the pop star’s offspring are fans of.
Goku’s most powerful ability is somehow fathering two children without ever locking lips.
This touching story brings a whole new meaning to the term “fan service“.
Whether you’re a kid experiencing the martial arts classic for the first time, or a Vegeta-loving veteran fan with a receding hairline, you’ll look great in these.
This is about as much love for the classic anime and manga as you’ll ever see stuffed into one piece of artwork.
One of the most beloved characters in manga and anime history is now available as an ukiyo-e woodblock print!
See, this is why you need to limit your robots’ intake of violent anime.