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Facts about Vegeta, Goku and Dragon Ball that never anyone has told you… Only for very fans of DBZ!. Do you think that you know everything about Vegeta and the rest of characters of Dragon Ball … huh?
Facts about Vegeta, Goku and Dragon Ball
10 Facts about Vegeta, Goku and Dragon Ball that never anyone has told you
We leave a first installment (the first of several since there will be more articles of trivia and secrets if you ask them in the comments) of things that are sure you didn’t know about Dragon Ball and our hero Vegeta. In this first installment, and as an appetizer you have ten references unknown by many fans:
What was the base of Akira Toriyama to create Dragon Ball?
Dragon Ball had its beginnings in a manga by two chapters that Akira Toriyama made on a child with features very similar to Goku called Tanton.
Goku could be a girl?!? However, when Toriyama was thinking about releasing the manga of Dragon Ball, it was the possibility that the protagonist of his new manga was a girl instead of a boy. Can you imagine girl Goku?
Akira Toriyama baptized the continuation of Dragon Ball as Dragon Ball 2, however some editor made a mistake and instead of the “2” put a “Z” and fortunately stayed as we now know it Dragon Ball Z.
But… where it took these names? Do you remember the name of the three villains of the last Dragon Ball Z saga? … Exact! … called Bibidi Babidi and Boo repeat three names followed… don’t you remember something if you say the three consecutive names?
Kamehameha Beach and surfer!
The famous Kamehameha Hawaiian takes its name from an ancient legend, in particular was the name of a King and honor gave him name eses.
This King, who according to legend had a prodigious physical, inspired the master Roshi, why their style of dress and in definitive lifestyle is distinctly Hawaiian.
The family of Buma somewhat… Special? …
This insurance or the more fans know you: both Buma as all relatives have names related to undergarments in English! For example the father of Bulma, Dr. Brief is so called because “brief” in English is the name given to the underpants.
His two sons, also have names related to lingerie: A Trunks: he was called thus in honour also to underpants so she is called in the USA and England to a type of underpants, on the other hand Bra takes its name from the translation into English of the word “Bra”.
The own Bulma takes its name from the word “Bloomer” which is how they call this type of old panties almost to the knee in English-speaking countries.
So far this first installment of curiosities about Vegeta and DB, is just an appetizer of what we are going to tell you not know about Vegeta and in general all the sagas and series of Dragon Ball.