Broly finally kills Goku and Vegeta in brutal new Dragon Ball tattoo art
Broly is a Saiyan to be reckoned with, especially in this tattoo art, which literally depicts him taking off the heads of Goku and Vegeta!
The legendary Super Saiyan known as Broly is the ridiculously strong Dragon Ball character that Goku and Vegeta have fought on more than one occasion, and a new tattoo fan art shows Broly finally taking on both iconic characters. Z fighters gain the upper hand in the most brutal way possible!
Shared on Instagram by the username @domojullianotattoo, the tattoo account specializes in nerdy art from the franchise that fans can never seem to get enough of. Dabbling with tattooed characters from the worlds of Dragon Ball, Naruto, One Piece, Pokémon and more, @domojullianotattoo is adept at bringing each series' signature art style to his work, while creating imagery in a way any anime or manga fan can appreciate.
Debuting in 1993 in Dragon Ball Z: Broly — The legendary Super Saiyan, Broly's origins have changed and changed over the years (although his massive power level remains the same), and his first official The official debut took place in 2018 in the Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie. Described as an antagonist in most of his appearances, the Dragon Ball Super iteration of the character eventually saw Broly befriend Goku and Vegeta, but nearly destroy both of them before doing so @domojullianotattoo perfectly embodies a power in his tattoo art.
Broly Decapitates Goku and Vegeta in Epic Tattoo Art!
Inked Super Saiyan Broly crackling towards the audience with energy, @domojullianotattoo portrays the Dragon Ball villain's hulking form and effectively by giving Broly a demonic grin that matches his ruthless and ferocious nature It conveys the more sinister side of the character. But what stands out about this fanart is the Broly palm in his hand - or rather who - Vegeta and Goku's bloody decapitated heads!
But that's not all! As fans can see, @domojullianotattoo has redesigned a ghost/samurai for Broly that not only works well as an alternative costume for the badass Super Saiyan character, but also stands out in a truly terrifying way his more sinister tendencies; the additional evidence of Goku's and Vegeta's deaths only cements this tattoo as a noteworthy creative endeavor. Dragon Ball's Broly hasn't killed Goku and Vegeta in canon yet, but with their current alliance fragile, the legendary Super Saiyan may soon lose his cool and set his sights on two possibly unkillable dead hero wins a rematch The hulking brute reappeared so easily.
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