10 Surprising Dragon Ball Z Facts You NEVER Knew
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10 Surprising Dragon Ball Z Facts You NEVER Knew!
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Dragon Ball Z is a staple in the anime genre. It features a young Saiyan from outer space named Goku, who comes to earth and trains in Martial Arts with master Roshi. Before long, he becomes a Super Saiyan and ends up saving the Earth on numerous occasions. But despite Goku’s power level, he’s actually only taken out two people in the whole entirely of Dragon Ball Z! Think about that. There are a whole bunch of other secrets out there for Dragon Ball fans to uncover, such as is it right to say “over 9000” or is there another way to say it and how old are Buu and Master Roshi? The answer is very old. Goku’s known to scream a lot when powering up, but what does all that yelling do to the English language voice over actor? Well, one might pass out! And where did series creator Akira Toriyama get the inspiration in creating one of the greatest anime villains ever? Well, Frieza actually can find his origins in the real estate bubble of the 1980s in Japan. How about that. Speaking of Frieza, his first fight with Goku is long, like almost as long as Return of the King extended cut long! So when it’s a rainy day outside and you have nothing else to do, watching the entire four hour fight might be a worthy distraction. Oh, and there’s a reason for Krillin’s random dots on his head. Turns out, they’re incense burns from when he trained as a monk! How about that.


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