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Dec 19, 2011 | 1:16 PM EST
  • Daily Feature December 20, 2011

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OZTNIZDASHTOZTNIZDASHT

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 20, 2011

This is what my dad thought of the show..

When he watched an episode.


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BHVampireBHVampire

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 17, 2012

lol... Dude, this is a Fucking piece of Art, it must be writed in stone in the story of the animation... Is... Is.. XD

Jaja.... I have not words... :P

Defeating a Sandwich... Only makes it Tastier... Oh.... Goooooo... XD... lol


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GhostMactavishGhostMactavish

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 1, 2014

its funny but

is it an insult to Virginians by calling vgeta Virginia?



JerrodStormJerrodStorm

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 31, 2011

I can't stop watching this

Those faces were ridiculous.

In all seriousness, though, I thought the outlines were very clean, and the kazoo background music definitely set up the right tone. I would've liked to see more motion out of the characters, but that's not stopping me from putting this into my favorites.


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nymixnymix

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 20, 2011

Wonderfully executed.

Dragonzball P is so intricately woven with the finest, sweetest, most succulent threads of artistry it nearly brought tears to my eyes. The conflict between Virginia and Kakafaggot is one that epitomizes the eternal war that is waged between reality and the ideal. It emphasizes the tragedy of battle and the bitterness that is accompanied by even the sweetest of victories. Vegeta's bloody defeat at the hands of Kakacarrotcake is heart-rending, and his prone position upon the ground reminds us of our own fragility, as we see how even the mightiest of beings are fallible.

The constant, seemingly nonsensical shift in facial expressions (notably those of Kakacabbage) are unnerving, and they lend a distinct sense of the surreal to the world of Dragonzball P that Salvador Dali would be proud of. Kakacoffee's expressiveness is absolutely fascinating, as it beautifully illustrates the spectrum of human emotion and the many conflicts of feeling we all experience in times of trial and tribulation.

The depth of character evident in both Virginia and Kakafaggot is astounding. Vegeta's most memorable soliloquy -- the one in which he states, "pbbbtttbpptbbt"-- was so powerful it made my skin tingle for hours. Kakafaggot's personality borders on the angelic, and the moment he punches Vegeta is one that should be forever captured in the collective mind of the art world; it is loaded with feeling and tragedy and a kind of brutal love that is difficult for me to describe.

This is a true work of art. Your philosophies, your genius, and your talent astound me. Thank you for bringing beauty into my desolate world; my respect is forever yours.


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