The gallery of characters in the universe of dragonball It is quite extensive but among all of them perhaps the most striking is without a doubt brolly.
This misunderstood villain with a story as dramatic as it is complex became (more or less) canon with the release of what would probably be the best movie in the entire history of this franchise, Dragon Ball Super: Broly.
The feature film is impeccably paced, by this anime’s standards, and the action sequences are absolutely fast-paced with spectacular animation.
But this tape was not born by chance. Since the birth of the character himself and his own introduction in the unofficial Dragon Ball tapes and OVAs, a certain sympathy and cult for his figure was created.
That is also why we usually find multiple pieces of Fan Art around Broly over the last decades.
Some have even taken their devotion to this character to the point of getting a tribute tattoo. But the case that we share with you today is extreme.
Broly decapitates Goku and Vegeta in this Dragon Ball tribute tattoo
Friends of screen rant They share a spectacular and hyper violent portrait of the tattoo of someone who has captured a scene that we will probably never see in Dragon Ball.
Since the illustrated image, which could well be considered a kind of Fan Art, shows us Broly defeating Goku and Vegeta in the most violent way possible: decapitating them.
This work was shared on Instagram by the user @domojullianotattoo, An account dedicated to the art of tattooing that specializes in works alluding to pop culture, geek, otaku, nerd, and others from multiple franchises.
In this case, the tattoo pays tribute to Dragon Ball and particularly to Broly, who appears as a bloodthirsty samurai who has finally killed his two greatest enemies.
The work discussed here stands out for its violence and can be disturbing for more than one fan, but it’s worth taking a look at his official Instagram account.
Since in his gallery we can find some memorable pieces from Pokémon, Naruto, Demon Slayer and even The Simpsons, with a style that is very faithful to the original lines and in less crude settings.