For many lifelong Dragon Ball fans, there was nothing more rewarding than witnessing the fusion of their two favorite Saiyans. This Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta cosplay brings the powerful Saiyan fusion to life.
Many of the comments on this popular Dr. Gero cosplay are from other cosplayers eagerly trying to get tips on creating realistic wrinkles and applying flawless prosthetics. The real secret here is that this cosplayer didn’t need makeup magic. This Dr. Gero cosplay is a reminder that there are Dragon Ball fans of all ages and there are few more badass than the man behind this fantastic cosplay.
The Dragon Ball series was full of a variety of endearing couples and Trunks and Mai were certainly a favorite for many viewers. With so much fan art celebrating Future Trunks and Mai’s relationship, it’s no surprise that this cosplaying pair deciding to bring the couple to life.
MsValentine detailed her journey to creating this fun ChiChi cosplay on her personal blog. The cosplay took a little more than $100 and a month to make. She admitted that most of the work went into the long trial and error process of discovering which fabrics and patterns worked best for the handmade clothing. The end result, however, was completely worth it.
For many young Dragon Ball viewers Piccolo was the mentor slash faux uncle that everyone wanted. There was no better intergalactic godfather than the mighty Piccolo. While he was introduced to the series as a villain, his relationship with Gohan ultimately turned that around and made him an immediate fan favorite.
Most cosplayers don’t attempt to take on a task quite as challenging as this intergalactic god and it’s easy to see why. There is a lot of detail that goes into a cosplay like this but Krys Vilaster and his friends made the task look easy with this beautiful cosplay.
Android 18 isn’t necessarily a difficult cosplay but capturing her attitude is another story. Lie-chee had no problem bringing the snarky android’s personality to life with this simple yet incredibly fun cosplay.
Perhaps one of the biggest challenge for many Dragon Ball cosplayers is dealing with the variety of skin tones that the characters have. Changing skin tones is about more than just slapping paint on your body. A bad paint job can make the faux skin tone look chalky, muddy or just downright ugly. Fortunately, Cheesy Hipster was able to pull it off flawlessly.
Bulma is a classic heroine among the Dragon Ball cast and Maria Moreno did an excellent job bringing the teal haired character to life. It’s another simple cosplay but also one that has gone in the wrong direction for other cosplayers in the past so it’s only right Moreno receives credit for pulling this look off.
Let’s be honest. Goku spends a lot of time throughout the Dragon Ball series laughing in the face of death. For that very reason it’s no surprise that many cosplays decided to portray the series’ main protagonist in a battered state.
A flawless Maijin Buu cosplay is impressive enough. Transforming into the shirtless pink villain when you’re a woman is an even greater accomplishment. This is yet another incredible feat for professional cosplayer Sosenka who has become known for her jaw-dropping transformations.
Sanji may be from the world of One Piece but let’s be honest, Sanji and Master Roshi belong in the same world. Both of the characters are known for their dramatic nosebleeds whenever beautiful women are in there presence.
Sometimes the only thing that makes a great cosplay even better is an incredible photoshoot with stunning editing. This cosplayer not only brought Tao Pai Pai to life but the photographer did a fantastic job of recreating an entire universe around Tao Pai Pai.
This cosplay would be impressive no matter who was responsible for bringing Goku’s son to life but there is one big element of surprise behind this cosplay that makes it particularly fun. That cosplayer is a woman.