How Not To Complete Your Dragon Ball Cosplay 

How Not To Complete Your Dragon Ball Cosplay

Let's be honest. All you actually need are an orange Turtle School gi and some spiky hair to complete your Dragon Ball cosplay. You do not need a mini-segway, hoverboard, whatever. According to ETToday, a man in a Dragon Ball costume was spotted riding a Flying Nimbus through the Taipei streets. In the above photo, he appears to be stopped at a light, checking his phone.

This isn't a real Flying Nimbus, of course, but probably some sort of self-balancing scooter. Not sure if this is some kind of publicity stunt or if he's simply a huge Dragon Ball fan, but people online thought this was rather dangerous or dumb, especially considering how easily people fall off of them, and wondered if this guy wasn't cold.

Saiyan, cold? Ha! Mini-segway, dumb? You betcha!

Top image: ETToday


Comments

    That actually looks like an amazing idea. Stupid? Maybe. But going the extra mile for a cosplay? Hell yes

    yeah a bit silly for on the street but thats actually a really cool idea, OP is just super jelly you can just SMELL the envy.

    Whelp, time to go gather the Dragonballs.

    Cool idea, but riding on the road would be fraught with danger, surely.

    We've seen this a few times before at conventions, I'm certain it's even been reported on here at Kotaku. Nothing new here except he's on the street.

    Now for the thing to catch on fire, as they do. Then it will be complete!

    It worked fine for this guy.
    https://youtu.be/lqlrru1V69E

    For longer than I care to admit I thought those stairs were some kind of epic bosozoku spoiler on the hatchback.

    Are the self balancing "hoverboards" a dumb product and poorly made? They definitely seem to be.

    Is this the BEST way to complete your Dragon Ball cosplay however? Hell yes it is.

    I was just thinking the other day you could transform one of them into the cloud from "Monkey Magic" would be amazing cosplay :D

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