Chucky Fan Creates Real Life Dragon Ball Crossover

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Everyone’s favorite killer doll Chucky has returned this year with a well-received television series on the SYFY network, with the horror show already being renewed for a second season, and with the classic slasher villain already planning his return, one fan has created a mind-bending real-life crossover with Dragon Ball. While there obviously has never been a crossover between these two wildly different properties, it’s hilarious to see how fans are able to smash together to franchises that share little in common with a Good Guy Doll being placed in the Saiyans’ favorite mode of transportation.

If you’re unfamiliar with the pint-sized terror known as Chucky, he made his first appearance in the film Child’s Play in 1988, telling the story of serial killer Charles Lee Ray, who used a bit of voodoo to transfer his soul into the body of a doll in order to escape a pursuit by the police that would lead to his certain death. Over the course of seven films, Chucky was eventually given his own television series which has been well received by both fans and critics alike as the horror villain takes to the tiny town of Hackensack and cuts a bloody swath through its residents as a gang of plucky, junior high students attempt to stop him.

Twitter User Good Guy Japan took the opportunity to place the patented Good Guy doll from the Chucky franchise into a real-life recreation of the Saiyan pod that was first seen in Dragon Ball Z, which was originally used by the likes of Vegeta, Nappa, and Raditz to make their way to the planet Earth:

Chucky – dragon ball ? #chucky #chuckyseries pic.twitter.com/soC2Fer4H4

— Chucky (@goodguyjapan) December 9, 2021

The future of Dragon Ball is looking quite bright at the moment, with next year seeing the arrival of the next movie in the Shonen franchise, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. With the major Shonen event Jump Festa set to take place later this month, Dragon Ball is set to have a panel that will reveal new plans for the series created by Akira Toriyama, with many hoping that the franchise might reveal when its television show will return following its hiatus after the conclusion of the Tournament of Power Arc.

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