Dragon Ball Z Cosplay Gives Fans A Human Shenron


Over the decades, Dragon Ball fans have had the opportunity to see a number of different Eternal Dragons be summoned thanks to the Dragon Balls of Earth as well as those of other worlds and even entire universes, but one cosplayer has given an entirely new spin to Shenron, imaging what the wish-granting reptile would look like with a human makeover. With the Dragon Balls continuing to play a major role in the Shonen franchise of Akira Toriyama to this day, wishes are still being granted to both heroes and villains alike, normally involving the Z Fighters as a result.

Currently, the Dragon Balls of the Planet Cereal have introduced us to a new dragon, that only needs to be summoned with the collection of two tiny spheres. Granting Granolah, the intergalactic bounty hunter who is the last member of his race, the title of strongest being in the universe. While the dragon of Planet Cereal was able to make this wish come true, the wish itself came with a heavy price for Granolah, as the power that was injected into his body has reduced his lifespan to only three years. Hoping to take revenge against both the Saiyans, and Frieza, who were responsible for the death of his race, the Granolah The Survivor Arc is introducing plenty of new concepts to the world of Dragon Ball Super.

Instagram Cosplayer Kaori shared this new take on the classic dragon from the Dragon Ball series, showing how the Eternal dragon might look if given a more human makeover, which looks far different from some of the antagonists spawned from the Black Dragon Balls of Dragon Ball GT:

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Dragon Ball Super might have yet to reveal when the television series will make its triumphant return, but next year will see the arrival of the next film in the franchise, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. Touting the return of the Red Ribbon Army while also promising to focus on characters that might get the short end of the stick in the overall story, such as Pan, Piccolo, Krillin, and others, it’s clear that Shonen series is set to have a bright future ahead of it across a number of mediums.


What is your favorite wish that’s been made to the Eternal Dragon? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of Dragon Ball.

from Ultimate Comic Blog

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