Brandikaran | Early ‘Dragon Ball Z’ Logo Sketches Before The Show’s Debut In 1989
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Early ‘Dragon Ball Z’ Logo Sketches Before The Show’s Debut In 1989

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Early ‘Dragon Ball Z’ Logo Sketches Before The Show’s Debut In 1989

Dragon Ball Z fan site Kanzenshuu has picked up some pencil drafts of the television show’s title from its official website.

Sketched by the series’ originator Akira Toriyama, the nostalgic images come pretty close to the logo you know and adore today.

The throwback coincides with the 29th year anniversary of the show, which first aired on 26 April 1989.

In the mood for more Dragon Ball Z trivia? You might want to find out why ‘Goku’ turns blond after transforming into ‘Super Saiyan’ form.

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Todd Blankenship@Herms98

Today in The Nearly Complete Works of Toriyama: his design sketches for the DBZ title logo. DBZ began airing in Japan 29 years ago, on April 26, 1989. https://dragonball.news/news/20180426_wx.html 

[via Todd Blankenship, images via various sources]

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