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Dragon Ball

Making a Dragon Ball Z Scouter

Making a Dragon Ball Z Scouter

Toy replicas of Dragon Ball Z‘s iconic Saiyan Scouter are a dime a dozen, but most of them use a headband to stay on your head. Foam lover Odin Abbott used craft materials to make a Scouter that hangs on his ear. The key is to add a piece that’s similar to earphone grips.

The Philosophy of Dragon Ball

The Philosophy of Dragon Ball

(PG-13) Before it became Always Someone Better: The Franchise, the adventures of Son Goku started off on a nobler foot. Dragon Ball was partially inspired by Journey to the West. Wisecrack explains the influence of Buddhist philosophy in both artworks.

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Forging Trunks’ Sword

Forging Trunks’ Sword

Man at Arms: Reforged went super saiyan to make a spot-on replica of Tapion and Trunks’ Brave Sword from the Dragon Ball franchise. It’s a relatively simple build, but they had to do a ton of grinding to get its sharp lines just right.

2016 BAPE x Dragon Ball

2016 BAPE x Dragon Ball

The characters of the classic anime and manga series Dragon Ball star in this collection by fellow Japanese cultural icon BAPE. The collection includes sweaters, t-shirts, tote bags and more. Drops 4/23/16.

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