DBTheMovie.com recently received a photo (from an anonymous source) that purports to be from the set of the new Dragonball movie.  “We’ve received a photo from an anonymous source, which is said to be of Goku in ‘monster’ form. Whether or not the photo is of the finished product or an unfinished one is unknown, but we’re guessing the latter is the case.”  I’ll admit right now that not only do I not know what the hell this is, but I don’t even know what it’s supposed to be.  “Goku in monster form” means nothing to me, but it might to you, so here it is.

Scanning through the almost 500 comments that followed the photo, the general impression appears to be that the look is unfinished, but scary and creepy nonetheless.  Is this a good thing?  I don’t know.  What I do know is that his neck is guaranteed to look extremely rubbery when he turns his head.  I will admit though that it’d be kind of cool to see him do some kick-ass martial arts moves. (Dragonball has martial arts right?  Or is it just balls flying in people’s faces?)

What do you think of this possible photo of Goku in monster form?


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