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The Frieza Saga


My tribute drawing to the Frieza Saga of Dragon Ball Z, my personal favorite saga of the entire run of the show. I tried to fit as many characters from the arc as I could but of course there are many missing, namely Dodoria, Zarbon and the entirety of the Ginyu Force... Well, I guess I can't say that, the Captain is here but he's feeling a bit weird right now, hopping mad.

I don't plan on making tribute pieces to the Cell and Buu sagas BUT keep your eyes peeled for a giant collab drawing I'm making with someone for the entire run of DB GT.

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thats not what krillin wore >:( grumble grumble

Truly amazing! I always loved Dragon ball z, ever since I was little. every drawing, every episode, every parody, you name it. but the one thing that I love the most is the art that people make. It's awesome how they can have the ability to do so, but anyway it is a nice drawing and I hope that you finish the Gt collab drawing you are working on! :)

So many things in this picture look highly phallic. And one of them is coming out of something on the planet that looks like a big vagina, while another is headed straight for Krillen's crotch. No wonder gohan looks so horrified. Am I just weird for seeing this?

It's decent but what else could you do with it

BLARGEN69 responds:

I am me after all, perfection.

Looks great, I only have on thing to say. The lava, honestly looks like penises.

BLARGEN69 responds:

You're like the sixty-ninth person here to say that HAHA even the comment feed for this is turning to a sausage fest!

Credits & Info

4.40 / 5.00

Apr 9, 2014
5:50 PM EDT
File Info
2176 x 3900 px
3.3 MB

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