Last month Jump revealed that Arale from Dr. Slump will be joining in on the fusing fun of Dragon Ball Fusions, pairing the announcement with a look at how she can fuse with Towa. Now you can see a glimpse of the Towale results along with a bunch of other fusing possibilities in the extended version of the promo after the jump.
Looking to prepare something anime-themed for your gathering this summer? Well, Wagashi & DIYCandy - Japanese-Style Confection DecoCookie is ready to grant your wish. In a new How-To video, they demonstrate how you can make your own Dragon Ball inspired raindrop cake jelly. Get a look after the jump.
Bandai Namco Entertainment lined up western launch dates for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, as well as a musical collaboration with DJ Steve Aoki, who will also be appearing as one of the game's NPCs. You can look forward to Aoki's remixes of "Cha-La Head-Cha-La," "We Gotta Power," and more when Xenoverse 2 hits PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America on October 25. More after the jump.
At their panel for this week's Anime Expo, now 30 year-old North American publisher Viz Media announced a trio of new licenses, including Toyotarou's Dragon Ball Super (based on the new anime), Yasuo Ohtagi's mature-audience Gundam Thunderbolt (basis for the recent anime) and Rei Toma's romancing-a-god historical fantasy The Water Dragon's Bride (aka Suijin no Ikenie). Get a look after the jump.
As part of its continuing Ukiyo-e Art series, HOBBY STOCK is releasing a limited run of 200 Ukiyo-e prints featuring artwork inspired by Akira Toriyama's manga and TV anime, Dragon Ball. Hit the jump to learn more.
We already knew upcoming Nintendo 3DS adventure Dragon Ball Fusions would let you perform an unprecedented amount of fusions with characters from the Dragon Ball universe. Bandai Namco and developer Ganbarion are upping the ante further, extending the possibilities to the larger world of creator Akira Toriyama. If the first thing that popped into your head was Arale from Dr. Slump, you got it, as she's been revealed for the game in the latest issue of Jump. Read on for more.
You never know when you're going to run into someone with a shockingly high power level. Whether you're at home in bed or trying to catch some (DB)Zs on a plane or train, Dragon Ball Z eye masks have you covered in both Vegeta and Frieza flavors. More after the jump.