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Goku vs Frieza

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EDIT: In case anyone is wondering as to why Frieza is this big compared to Goku. This is my own rendition of these two characters. Not the official one. Frieza's height and muscularity is based on the strength he posses and the fear he spreads across the universe.

This is how I think Frieza should have died. Just when he thought he had the upper hand and could kill Goku, his own destructo disc slices him in half. This would only add to the suspense of his demise.

Originally I wasn't going to put the lineart in this but I decided to leave it as it is to give that cartoon/gritty effect to the situation at hand.

You can view Version 2 at Opelm.com http://www.opelm.com/frie zas-demise/

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WHOA HOLY FUCK AWESOME !!!!!!
WHEN I CLICKED ON THIS I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE SHITTY BUT WOW WOW WOW
AWESOME!!!!!!!! ! FAVOURITES!!!!!!

DBZ NO IS ONE CRAP IS ONE COOL REALISM

Damn

That's how it should of looked like! Super realism is the best.

DBZ sucks...

Not trolling, but I am not a fan of DBZ at all... Its just too nerdy when its in Japanese, the Introductory theme is too long, but this picture is still good, though. I should pay some respect.

That's pretty billywaxin'

Anyone else think that this looks like it could be cover art for Street Fighter II DBZ edition on the SNES?

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Blud-Shot
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