Dragon Ball is one of the most popular anime and manga series of all time, and its history has presented us with epic moments that have won the hearts of many fans around the world, to the extent that some of them these have shown their affection with the realization of amazing fan arts with the characters of the different sagas.
Something that seems quite curious to us is that we have recently been able to see one of these tributes to the popular anime series, showing us a fan art that actually manages to recreate one of the most anticipated moments by anime fans, and this is related to Dragon Ball and Frieza’s Arc on Namek.
In this case it was the user known as justin96636 the one that has been in charge of recreating one of the most epic scenes of the series in a drawing that makes use of the Ukiyo-e style, in which Frieza can be seen gathering energy moments after reaching his real form, curiously, in the background we have the Ginyū Special Forces.
The specific drawing would rather reflect the moment in which Frieza releases his real form almost at the end of the Frieza Arc in Namek. What’s happening right now is something that most fans will already know, but now we can appreciate it with this style of Ukiyo-e.
For the rest, it should be noted that we will still have to wait a bit to see the Z warriors on the big screen with the arrival of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. For those who do not fully remember this Dragon Ball villain, we will tell you that he is a mutant alien, brutal dictator and leader of the Galactic Empire of Universe 7 with the secret strategic support of his father Cold from him.
In the movies, his older brother Coola also leads this empire. In addition to being considered the counterpart of Frost from Universe 6. He appears as the main antagonist of the Frieza Arc, as a secondary antagonist of the Dragon Ball Z Cell and Android Arc, to return resurrected as the main antagonist in the Dragon Ball Z Arc. Resurrection of ‘F’, and this fan art shows us the love that fans have for the anime with an alternate version of Frieza.