Dragon Ball Z's Android Saga Reimagined As Pulp Fiction

Dragon Ball Z's Android Saga As Pulp Fiction

Dayshot: Time travel is a little bit different in artist Ástor Alexander's version of the Dragon Ball Z Android Saga. He made four awesome fake covers, featuring Dr. Gero, Android 17 & 18, Cell and Trunks. So, it7s almost everyone introduced after the Frieza saga, but with a 60s pulp fiction look.

Dragon Ball Z's Android Saga As Pulp Fiction
Dragon Ball Z's Android Saga As Pulp Fiction
Dragon Ball Z's Android Saga As Pulp Fiction
Dragon Ball Z's Android Saga As Pulp Fiction

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    Ok but I don't like 17 and 18's arms

      I second this opinion.

      The artwork is absolutely amazing and I would love to see more done in this style, but the cybernetic arms irritate me.

      i rather think it really exemplifies the retro-futuretech/pulpfiction feel that was prevalent decades ago. having them illustrated as regular people (like the original) would have been met with a mediocre reception if people were to see this at that era.

      the bionic arms work rather well, and it's exactly what i would have done, given how the audience would've seen it, and admit it, book art back then would have been just as farfetched.

      Last edited 16/05/15 11:35 pm

    So, it7s almost everyone introduced after the Frieza sagaWhat? I'm guessing you stopped watching after Frieza or something because there's still quite a few after that...

    Anyway, I think they looks really cool. As @cats said though, I don't really like the metal arms but I think I can see what they were going for.

    I have not read a comic book in around 20 years, I would actually buy these if they were a legit product

    I would pay so much for these books if they existed!!!

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