Bandai's MegaHobby Dragon Ball Gals Bunny Girl Bulma figure is being released this month, which means that it's time for the series to squeeze the blue haired inventor into another, equally tight outfit to continue the DG Gals line! Next up and now on sale is Army Version. Like her predecessor, the June release stands a 19cm tall, with the figure sculpted by Ryutaro Kaminaga (Yamanekotei -nekohouse-) going for 9,990 yen.
Bandai's official online store Premium Bandai today starts accepting pre-orders for "HG Vegeta," which is inspired by the scene that the character cried when he was fighting Frieza. To reproduce his fear and despair, it comes with a display stand with vibration function. Hit the jump for its PV and product photos.
On February 22, 1986, Dragon Ball kicked of its 153 episode run on Fuji TV. Not the Super Saiyan business. The original one with monkey tailed Journey to the West Goku, Pilaf and company. Join the celebration after the jump.
Etsy store itUpInteriorDesign offers "Unique Upcycled repurposed lamps that are truly one of a kind pieces," using everything from bottle lamps to steampunk. However, it's the recent set that employ Dragon Ball Z figures that have grabbed the internet's attention. Get a look after the jump.
The CW's Legends of Tomorrow TV series takes a selection of heroes and vilains from DC Comics on a time travelling aventure. Among them is Firestorm, a scientist and his student who fuse ito become nuclear powered hero. In the show, the character two are Victor Garber as Professor Martin Stein and Franz Drameh as Jefferson "Jax" Jackson. Leading into the latest episode, to the two presented a bit of a DBZ homage.
Dragon Ball fans have had 20 years to parse series creator Akira Toriyama's comments about the anime original follow-up GT, plus figuring out whether illustrations he contributed constitute approval for how it developed his characters and their powers. Well, that sort of debate got fed a senzu bean. With Dragon Ball Super airing, its production efforts coming under fan criticism, it's time to try to figure out that Toriyama thinks of the new anime series.
If you've been dying for a break from the usual Dragon Ball fighting games, Bandai Namco is returning to the world of DB RPGs with its next game. Dragon Ball: Project Fusion was revealed in the latest issue of V Jump, which has it set to launch on Nintendo 3DS in Japan this year. Hit the jump for more.