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Dragon Ball’s Frieza Gets a Mythic Redesign in Jaw-Dropping Fan Art

There are few villains within the Dragon Ball universe that are as villainous as Frieza in terms of sheer ruthlessness, cunning, and complete disregard for all life apart from his own. While he’s already depicted as a terrifying cosmic villain, Frieza gets a mythic redesign in a piece of jaw-dropping fan art that makes him look even more vicious than he’s already proven himself to be.

In his debut storyline, Frieza and his army have invaded Planet Namek in search of the Dragon Balls. Frieza hoped to wish for immortality so he could rule the galaxy with an iron fist until the end of time. However, he didn’t count on the Z Fighters showing up, as even without Goku the heroes of Earth proved formidable. Up until that point, Frieza rarely fought his own battles, but in this case, he decided the threat of the Z Fighters warranted his involvement. While fighting them, Frieza shows off his incredibly high power level by transforming into a hulking version of himself–revealing for the first time Frieza’s monstrous second form. While Dragon Ball Super proved Goku shouldn’t have beaten Frieza, it was still an epic fight.

SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY

In a Tweet posted by Justin96636, the artist reveals a piece of original artwork depicting Dragon Ball’s Frieza while the villain is in his second form. However, the artwork is done in a style that is very different from that of the original manga. As per the artist’s established style based on the other pieces of fan art on their Twitter page, this image is done in Ukiyo-e style which is a genre of Japanese art most prominent in the 17th through 19th centuries. This artwork perfectly encapsulates Frieza’s malevolent nature by portraying him as something closer to a demon than an intergalactic dictator. Frieza’s teeth are sharp and jagged with his muscles pulsing as he twists into a powerful fighting stance, all the while being engulfed in flames to better capture the raw, destructive energy he is harnessing. The artist had previously done a piece depicting Goku’s fight with Frieza in a similarly mythic style.

This artwork perfectly conveys the terror the Z Fighters experienced when seeing Freiza transform into this even more powerful and terrifying version of himself. When Frieza entered this next stage of his power level, he was standing before a group of fighters who were in way over their heads. At that point, Goku hadn’t yet arrived on Namek and Vegeta wasn’t powerful enough to stop his former master. While the Z Fighters held their own against the Ginyu Force, Frieza himself was another story. The chances of the Z Fighters beating Frieza while the villain was in his base form were slim, but when Frieza revealed he wasn’t close to showing his true power, those odds grew even worse. As Frieza transformed into his second form–simultaneously increasing his own power level in the process–any hope the Z Fighters had in defeating him without Goku ran out and they were left standing before the creature that would assuredly kill them all. What’s worse is that Dragon Ball Super would later confirm this wasn’t Frieza’s strongest form.

Based on the hopelessness and dread the Z Fighters experienced, they might as well have been looking at a demon when Frieza unlocked his second form. In this piece of fan art, the artist has seemingly been inspired by that fear as this depiction brilliantly portrays him as a hellish creature that seemingly can’t be stopped while also paying tribute to the origins of Japanese art from which manga and anime eventually sprang. Dragon Ball’s Frieza gets a mythic redesign in jaw-dropping fan art, a piece that perfectly captures the kind of monstrous villain he has proven to be.

Source: Justin96636


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Dragon Ball’s Frieza Gets a Mythic Redesign in Jaw-Dropping Fan Art

There are few villains within the Dragon Ball universe that are as villainous as Frieza in terms of sheer ruthlessness, cunning, and complete disregard for all life apart from his own. While he’s already depicted as a terrifying cosmic villain, Frieza gets a mythic redesign in a piece of jaw-dropping fan art that makes him look even more vicious than he’s already proven himself to be.
In his debut storyline, Frieza and his army have invaded Planet Namek in search of the Dragon Balls. Frieza hoped to wish for immortality so he could rule the galaxy with an iron fist until the end of time. However, he didn’t count on the Z Fighters showing up, as even without Goku the heroes of Earth proved formidable. Up until that point, Frieza rarely fought his own battles, but in this case, he decided the threat of the Z Fighters warranted his involvement. While fighting them, Frieza shows off his incredibly high power level by transforming into a hulking version of himself–revealing for the first time Frieza’s monstrous second form. While Dragon Ball Super proved Goku shouldn’t have beaten Frieza, it was still an epic fight.
SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
In a Tweet posted by Justin96636, the artist reveals a piece of original artwork depicting Dragon Ball’s Frieza while the villain is in his second form. However, the artwork is done in a style that is very different from that of the original manga. As per the artist’s established style based on the other pieces of fan art on their Twitter page, this image is done in Ukiyo-e style which is a genre of Japanese art most prominent in the 17th through 19th centuries. This artwork perfectly encapsulates Frieza’s malevolent nature by portraying him as something closer to a demon than an intergalactic dictator. Frieza’s teeth are sharp and jagged with his muscles pulsing as he twists into a powerful fighting stance, all the while being engulfed in flames to better capture the raw, destructive energy he is harnessing. The artist had previously done a piece depicting Goku’s fight with Frieza in a similarly mythic style.

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This artwork perfectly conveys the terror the Z Fighters experienced when seeing Freiza transform into this even more powerful and terrifying version of himself. When Frieza entered this next stage of his power level, he was standing before a group of fighters who were in way over their heads. At that point, Goku hadn’t yet arrived on Namek and Vegeta wasn’t powerful enough to stop his former master. While the Z Fighters held their own against the Ginyu Force, Frieza himself was another story. The chances of the Z Fighters beating Frieza while the villain was in his base form were slim, but when Frieza revealed he wasn’t close to showing his true power, those odds grew even worse. As Frieza transformed into his second form–simultaneously increasing his own power level in the process–any hope the Z Fighters had in defeating him without Goku ran out and they were left standing before the creature that would assuredly kill them all. What’s worse is that Dragon Ball Super would later confirm this wasn’t Frieza’s strongest form.

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Based on the hopelessness and dread the Z Fighters experienced, they might as well have been looking at a demon when Frieza unlocked his second form. In this piece of fan art, the artist has seemingly been inspired by that fear as this depiction brilliantly portrays him as a hellish creature that seemingly can’t be stopped while also paying tribute to the origins of Japanese art from which manga and anime eventually sprang. Dragon Ball’s Frieza gets a mythic redesign in jaw-dropping fan art, a piece that perfectly captures the kind of monstrous villain he has proven to be.

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Source: Justin96636

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