In 1984, Akira Toriyama began the tale of a mischievous monkey-boy searching for his balls and this story would one day come to enthrall the raging Id of the world's 12 year-olds. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dragonball, Q-Pop in Los Angeles is hosting a giant art show celebrating Mr. Toriyama's career. Here's a preview of some of the talented artists on display: 

 

Goku VS Vegeta by Alejandro M G Magnozz

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Guardian Piccolo by Jason Cryerundefined

 

Future tense by Sang Lee

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16 Bulmas by Ian Jones-Quartey

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"Android 18" by Kasey Brianne Williams

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Goku SS3 Mech by Carlos Villagra

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The show takes place on Saturday, November 15th. click here for more info