Whether it be via the still-totally-cool Fusion Dance or a pair of fashionable Potara earrings, fusion is a major part of the Dragon Ball Z universe. Different characters fuse with each other regularly, villains absorb heroes, and Piccolo spends much of the series as three people, as strange as that sounds. With that in mind, it’s not really surprising that the fandom of Dragon Ball Z has plastered the Internet with all manner of fan-art mashups. A casual browse of various websites will yield scenes depicting the Z Fighters mixing it up with superheroes, hedgehogs, and friendship-obsessed equines.
Given the battle-heavy nature of Dragon Ball Z, it’s easy to predict that the bulk of the fuseup fan-art out there features Goku and friends waging war against the heroes and villains of other fictional universe, but that’s not all the Internet has to offer. One can also find these characters capturing monsters, adventuring through space, or just chilling out, maxing, relaxing all cool. Of course, there are also plenty of examples of DBZ-style fusion that cross the streams of both continuity and common sense. Kamehame-have a great time checking out this list!
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