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Last night as I lounged on a rented yacht sipping bloody mary mix because we ran out of liquor by 4 a.m., I began wondering about how much more we could mock Dragonball. As if from Heaven Above, our ship hit a small sand bar, and I accidentally clicked on a link leading me to io9′s page with some new images from the much-maligned movie.

The ones that made me laugh the most are below. But on the plus side, at least there’s some green:

Piccolo enjoying the big game.

Attack!

Piccolo sees a delicious pie he wants.

Actually green.

Yes, if you click on them they will largify (for some of them). The only lesson to learn from all this is that if Pinhead had all the pins removed from his head and made love to Spike from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” nine months later, they’d have this ugly green menace. Also, Crayola Brand Paint is somehow involved.

Are the fans of this show just about ready to throw themselves in front of a train yet?


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