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Dragon Ball is one of the oldest animated series, that took many children and adults alike to the world of anime, martial arts, fight, friendship, and even space invasion. Given that many children grew up watching these series that only seemed to grow with them, it doesn’t surprise us that this anime exactly served as an inspiration to get a DB-themed tattoo.

That said, if you’re looking for a way to go back to childhood or share the love for the Dragon Ball Z anime, maybe a tattoo will help. We dug and searched for the best Dragon ball tattoo design ideas that you can use for your tattoo or help you make a better one, make sure to check them out.

Tattoos became extremely popular in the last few years. Additionally, one of the most inked symbols is exactly from anime and other animated series or movies. Dragon Ball spiked the popularity of anime in the 90s and even the 2000s. Moreover, further introductions of Dragon Ball Z and Super and other series just contributed to the culture being passed on to generations.

If you want to pay tribute to your favorite animated series, you should continue reading through this article!

Dragon Ball Tattoo Meanings

Dragon Ball is one of the most impactful anime series that you can watch as an anime fan, or regardless. It sends a rich and powerful message about friendship, power, hard work, and much more. It also has rich character development, which if you’ve seen anime you probably know.

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One important thing is the story about courage. The episodes revolve around wondrous and epic fight scenes, which doesn’t surprise us as it’s a mix of action and shonen anime. Given that many children grew up watching them, and this series shaped their way of thinking and interests, it’s safe to assume that many are looking to ink some of the characters or other symbols on their bodies.

The original Dragon Ball series starts with an alien boy called Goku. He’s different than other children, as, besides his odd spiky hair, he also has an odd monkey tail. He met a teenage girl called Bulma, and other friends who guided him through the world of problems and challenges.

Goku and his friends set out on multiple adventures to discover and capture seven Dragon Balls. With all of them collected, they could summon the mystic and legendary dragon Shenron. With Shenron summoned, anyone who summoned him could as for a wish that Shenron would grant.

Besides the quest of finding the legendary dragon, Goku and his friends were taking on other quests, from freeing a village, to fighting aliens and competing in worldwide championships and tournaments.

Dragon Balls get extended with Dragon Ball Z which takes place five years after the events of Dragon Ball, which takes place after Goku grows up. Needless to say, enemies are stronger, more alien and the main characters even take quests that are on other planets.

Nowadays, the Dragon Balls keep living through different integrations and implementations in the TV industry. There are various extensions like Dragon Balls Super and Dragon Balls Go. Moreover, there are video games that were developed for various platforms and gained popularity around the world.

There has even been a Live-Action implementation of the animated series, but it wasn’t as successful as other animated series.

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Like we said before, people who want to get a tattoo of Dragon Balls or other symbols and characters from the series usually want to express appreciation and admiration for the series that either helped them grow up or emerge into the world of anime.

Dragon Balls tattoos are quite popular as crossover tattoos too when one person would get a large tattoo of multiple characters from the Dragon Balls and other classic anime series that marked the childhood of many people who followed them such as Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, and others.

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Types of Dragon Balls Tattoos To Get

When it comes to getting a tattoo with the Dragon Balls symbols, there are different symbols that you can consider. If you don’t know what exactly from the series you can ink on your body, here is a list of potential ideas that you can catch on and get a stunning tattoo that you can flaunt with.

Dragon Balls: Dragon balls that inspired the name for the series are the most essential and most important symbol of the anime. That’s exactly why it’s a good tattoo. Once you collect them, you can summon the dragon that can grant you a wish.

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Shenron: Everyone likes dragons. It’s one of the most commonly inked tattoos in the tattoo market. Shenron is the large, snake-shaped green dragon with vicious red eyes and a deep voice. Once summoned he’ll grant you a wish. It’s popularly tattooed and that often with the dragon balls combined.

Four-star Dragon Ball: It’s one of the more popular tattoos because Goku designed a hat with the 4-star Dragonball for his son Gokhan, after his grandpa Gokhan. That’s why exactly this Dragonball became the most popular for getting a tattoo.

Goku: The main character of the Dragon Balls series is a child with nothing but a monkey-shaped tail. He’s hilarious, innocent, and curious about the world that surrounds him. His character development is exactly why many choose to get the tattoo of him.

Master Roshi: One of the most exciting characters, great fighter, but also a pervert. Many people loved the sense of humor of Master Roshi and they often get him tattooed on their body.

Vegeta: The prince Vegeta has always been an interesting character of Dragon Ball Z. It often appears among the fans who have watched both series.

Piccolo: Piccolo is a character who comes from the planet Namek. He fought Goku but after a while, he joined close with the entire crew. His interesting physique and strength are a reason many people get that symbol tattooed.

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Best Dragon Ball Z Tattoo Designs

Now that we highlighted several interesting tattoo ideas regarding the Dragon Balls, let’s take a look at the best individual designs that we listed. Make sure to check them out and see which one works the best out for you.

Simple Dragon Ball Tattoo

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Some people are aiming for very simple and easy-to ink tattoos which is great because minimalism in tattoos is often seen nowadays. You can get a simple tattoo of the dragon, Goku, or some other character. Still, the best option to go with is a single dragon ball.

Each dragon ball is necessary for the dragon to be summoned and be able to grant a wish. That said, even a single dragon ball can offer a glimpse of hope into the future. People who wear these tattoos believe in curiosity, miracles, and power. They are also people of adventurous spirit. We believe that no matter which Dragon Ball tattoo you choose, you won’t make a mistake, as long as you make it simple and minimalistic.

7 Dragon Balls Tattoo

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If you’re not comfortable with a single Dragon Ball tattoo and you’d like to experiment with a larger set of options, or you want to reinstall the entire summoning of Shenron the dragon, you’re best to pick all 7 balls.

These tattoos are usually quite minimalistic and small, which is good if you’re trying to hide the tattoo from someone. Many people use these tattoos to showcase the magic inside of them and to emphasize that they’re the dragon that needs the summoning. In that case, the balls are a symbol of strength and power and can symbolize much more than just that.

Dragon Ball Z Tattoo Arm

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Just like with most tattoos, arms become everyone’s favorite position. You can easily hide it with a long sleeve, or showcase it quite well with sleeveless or short sleeves shirts. These tattoos are usually covered in vibrant and vivid shades. Don’t worry, you can also go with a minimalistic black and white design.

Like you can see, we shared a couple of tattoo arm designs that you can use as an inspiration of your own. You can use the dragon balls and the dragon on your arm. You can ink the main characters and flaunt their power. Lastly, you can even go with the DBZ option and ink Frieza and his brother in the tattoo.

We also like the black and white Kamehameha wave implementation of Goku, because it’s super detailed and it’s guaranteed to keep your eyes lined on your great tattoo if you go with a similar design.

Also Read: Guide to Brother and Sister Tattoos: 70+ Best Design Ideas

4-Star Dragon Ball Tattoo

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The four-star dragon ball is quite important in the series, but more so in the Dragon Ball Z implementation of the animated series. First and foremost, the four-star dragon ball is the first ball that Goku had, and the one that was passed on him from Grandpa Gohan. He also used the same ball to search for Raditz and his son in the Raditz Saga.

He installed the ball on his son’s Gohan’s hat in the Dragon Ball Z, as a remembrance of his father, and Gohan’s grandpa, after whom he was named. Symbolically, it’s interesting that the Namekian dragon ball that Vegeta stole was also containing four stars, although it was significantly bigger.

With that in mind, the first dragon ball in the series is a great inspiration for people who want to get it tattooed. If you want a single dragon ball tattoo, you should go for the 4-star one.

Goku Super-Saiyan Tattoo

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The Super-Saiyan mode unlocks the various powers and abilities of everyone who possesses it. That’s why it’s the symbol of power and strength throughout the animated series, manga, and even games. Some people are also more fond of Goku’s appearance, as well as Vegeta’s while they are in that appearance.

That said, it’s one of the most powerful forms in the anime, which is why it doesn’t surprise us when it appears in the tattoos. We also featured two quite stunning designs that are full of power and action. Hopefully, they’ll help inspire you for your next tattoo.

Vegeta Tattoo

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Even though this is yet another tattoo that was inspired by the Dragon Ball Z series and not the original Dragon Balls, it’s important to note that Vegeta is among the most demanded tattoos. That’s because he became the most favorite character of many, exactly because he was able to defeat his toxic and prideful side full of vanity.

He is the fallen prince of the Fallen Saiyan race, he married Bulma, but initially, he came with bad intentions. That’s why it’s one of the most important character developments in anime history. That’s why it earned a place for a stylish and empowering tattoo. It doesn’t matter whether you’ll go for a simple or a larger design, Vegeta looks great everywhere!

Bulma Tattoo

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Opinions on Bulma as a character are split. Some find her maturing character development to be great and aspiring for many girls watching the anime. Nevertheless, some also make her decisions and choices to be wrong, especially in the Dragon Ball Z series.

We love Bulma’s tattoo designs because they are the symbol of femininity, power, strength, and courage. Bulma showed all of those because she followed through with Goku’s adventures from the start. Although they got in all sorts of troubles, Bulma also grew with Goku, Krillin, and others, staying by their side no matter what.

Bulma can be a symbol of a powerful friendship, so it doesn’t surprise us when someone wants to get her tattoo. These tattoos will help inspire you.

Dragon Ball Tattoo Black And White

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We didn’t want to share too many black and white tattoos here because many tattoos here are already black and white. Additionally, some of the designs we showcased that were colorful would look just as great and minimalist if they only had black and white texture.

Black and white tattoos are more popular among those who prefer manga over anime. Still, everyone loved both manga and series at their prime age. If you want to get a tattoo sleeve or some small and hardly noticeable tattoo, it’s a great idea to go with a black and white tattoo.

The Frieza tattoo looks better exactly because it’s black and white. It emphasizes its malice and evilness, as well as greed and hunger for power. Sometimes, black and white tattoos can help show exactly the right emotions some characters possessed.

Dragon Ball Tattoo Sleeve

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Some people are so attached to the tattoos as well as the DB story, they’ll be more than happy to retell it with their tattoos. Tattoo sleeves have that storytelling power to them because the tattoo is large and it can look like a carousel.

There is a lot of flexibility when it comes to getting a sleeve tattoo. That’s exactly why we listed multiple Dragon Balls designs you may be interested in taking the inspiration from. You can play with the black and white designs which are the easiest. Additionally, you can take the advantage of colorful outfits and characters to add more life to your sleeve.

The only downfall is that it takes quite a long to make and hurts a lot in the process too. Still, you can tattoo it in multiple sessions.

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Dragon Ball Z Small Tattoo

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If you’re more inspired by small tattoos, maybe you should see into smaller tattoos. We decided to list a few because not everyone is comfortable with their tattoos being seen. Some people’s employers and colleagues make problems over tattoos, especially if they’re based on an anime that isn’t that accepted everywhere.

Hiding behind a small tattoo is also good for people who are concerned about their parents judging them or getting angry over a tattoo. You can make a variety of small tattoos. Some are more suitable in hidden places, while some will look great everywhere. While you should use one-color designs on the less prominent place you can also experiment with different shades as well as watercolors.

Dragon Ball Back Tattoo

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Similar to sleeve tattoos, back tattoos also have a storytelling intent. That’s why they’re super-popular. They can display battle, or a large Kamehameha wave, or a certain event from the series. Still, a lot of people could also use it to illustrate Shenron’s power.

If you choose to get a back tattoo, you can also ink a small design on your back shoulder or your lower back, the choice is in its entirety yours. We’re particularly in love with the minimalistic Shenron design that is surrounded by flowers and other symbols.

Dragon Ball Forearm Tattoo

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When you’re not ready to take the major step of getting your entire arm turned into a tattoo sleeve, even a forearm seems bold enough. Here are different designs, from aliens to Goku throwing a super-powerful Kamehameha. All the tattoos are thought of extremely well and give a lot of attention to detail.

The forearm can be a little tricky area, since the veins are close, and the layer of skin can cause a little pain during tattooing. Still, remember that shading doesn’t hurt as much so you probably won’t face that many difficulties getting a tattoo on your forearm.

Shenron Dragon Ball Z Tattoo

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Shenron is pretty much the star of the Dragon Balls, especially early in the show, when characters are seen collecting the dragon balls for the first time. Once collected, the balls will summon the dragon, large, scary, and vicious. Shenron will grant one wish to those who summoned it. In most cases, it’s the resurrection of a loved character who died.

If you mix the powerful role of Shenron, and other important symbols of dragons as a tattoo, you can have a great result. We enjoy the design that was used with the tattoos. They’re crisp, detailed, and well-fitting.

Dragon Balls Young Goku Tattoo

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Even though Vegeta is considered to have the strongest character development, many people still think that the character development of Goku is great. He came from a small child who knows nothing about the world but to fight, to a strong tournament champion, husband, and father.

His character development shows how he started from a weak, but brave boy and that courage has led him through the series and all the challenges that he and his friends faced. With that in mind, the Young Goku tattoo can be a symbol of youth, innocence, being naïve, scared yet brave, and much more.

Also Read: Guide to Father and Daughter Tattoos: 80+ Best Design Ideas

Dragon Ball Z Gohan Tattoo

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Through the Dragon Balls Z, we get to meet Gohan, Goku’s son who is more often than not an easy target thanks to his hat. He’s scared and not adjusted to rough and intense life. However, he quickly grew to be courageous and strong. He uses the advice of his father and friends to get stronger at this game.

Most tattoos are solely focused on Goku rather than Gohan, as many don’t make it far in the DBZ series. Nevertheless, Gohan is an important character with great character development. More importantly, he’s a creative and innovative tattoo design to consider.

One of the reasons why people get him tattooed along with Goku is because he’s exactly his son, and with this bond, some people want to cherish the family bond between them and their father. Many people resonate with anime characters, so it doesn’t surprise when two people get a tattoo of two matching characters to represent them and their mother or father.

Also, Gohan is the first character that appears to have both the blood of a Saiyan and Earthling.

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Goku Tattoos

Dragon Ball Z, started off as a comic book then turned into its own tv show and is still being made today. the popularity of the show has driven many to get Dragon Ball Z tattoos, so much so that quite a few tattoo artists even specialize in Dragon Ball Z Tattoos.

This is the biggest list of the best Dragon Ball Z tattoos from Goku Tattoos to Shenron, plus the best full Dragon Ball Z tattoo sleeves

Click below to skip to character.

Goku Tattoos          Master Roshi Tattoos

Gohan Tattoos        Majin Buu Tattoos

Vegeta Tattoos       Frieza Tattoos

Trunks Tattoos       Cell Tattoos

Bardock Tattoos     Beerus Tattoos

Kirlin Tattoos           Great Ape Tattoos 

Bulma Tattoos         Shenron Tattoos

Android 18 Tattoos Sleeve Tattoos 

 The Dragon Balls    Others

Goku, the main protagonist throughout all the dragon ball series, a Goku tattoo is the most popular Dragon Ball Z Tattoo to get done.

When getting a Goku tattoo there are so many options of what to get, between dragon ball to dragon ball super. Goku has seen many forms and all make great tattoos.

Grandpa and Goku Tattoo by Dane Grannon
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Goku Tattoo by Jimm Yimier
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Goku Tattoo by Rzychu
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Goku Tattoo by Michela Bottin
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Goku Tattoo by Luis Bonilla
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Goku Tattoo by Enrik Gispert
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Goku Tattoo by Troy Slack-
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Goku Tattoo by Nicole Willingham
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Goku Tattoo by Felipe Rodrigues
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Kid Goku Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Goku Tattoo by David Barrera
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Dragon Ball Z Goku Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Goku Tattoo by Negative Tattoo
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Goku Tattoo by Ashley Newton
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Goku Tattoo by Dane Grannon-
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Goku Tattoo by Simon K Bell
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Goku Tattoo by Aaron Medare
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Goku Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Goku Tattoo by Pablo Ramos Romero
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Goku Tattoo by Andy Walker
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Super Saiyan Goku Tattoo by Negative Tattoo
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Goku Tattoo by Jimm Yimier
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Goku Tattoo by Inez Janiak
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Goku Tattoo by Aleksandra Kozubska
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SS Goku Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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SS Goku Tattoo by Simon K Bell
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Goku Tattoo by Dane Grannon
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SSJ4 Goku Tattoo by Ashley Newton
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SSJ4 Goku Tattoo by Nicole Willingham
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SSJ4 Goku Tattoo by Aleksandra Kozubska
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SSB Goku Tattoo by Dane Grannon
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Diamond Goku Tattoo by Dane Grannon
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Black Goku Tattoo by Negative Tattoo
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Rose Black Goku Tattoo by Simon K Bell
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Gohan, the son of Goku has grown up throughout the series and can be seen tattooed from a boy to a man. A Gohan tattoo is a popular Dragon Ball Z tattoo choice.

Gohan Tattoo by Raquel Escudero
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Gohan Tattoo by Ray Dos
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Gohan Tattoo by Emma Kerr
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Gohan Tattoo by Scott M Harrison
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Gohan Tattoo by Evan de Caneo
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Gohan Tattoo by Dane Grannon
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Gohan Tattoo by Luke Pritchard
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Gohan Tattoo by Oash Rodriguez
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Gohan Tattoo by Craig Holmes
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Gohan Tattoo by Michela Bottin
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Vegeta started off as a villain then became a hero fighting alongside Goku. Vegeta Tattoos look great no matter what form he’s in, the most popular being Majin Vegeta.

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Vegeta Tattoo by Andy Walker
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Vegeta Tattoo by David Barrera
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SS Vegeta Tattoo by Dane Grannon
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Vegeta Tattoo by Saraloni Troupe
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Vegeta Tattoo by Inez Janiak
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Vegeta Tattoo by Kegan Hawkins
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Vegeta Tattoo by Giant Lee
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Vegeta Tattoo by Andy Walker
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Vegeta Tattoo by Matias Noble
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Vegeta Tattoo by Dane Grannon
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Vegeta Tattoo by Felipe Rodrigues
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Trunks, son of Vegeta and Bulma, first introduced from the return of Frieza coming back from the future, there is no shortage of great trunks tattoos, here are some of the best.

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Trunks Tattoo by Godfrey Atlantis
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Trunks Tattoo by Ashley Newton
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Trunks Tattoo by Nicole Willingham
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Trunks Tattoo by Giant Lee
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Trunks Tattoo by Laura Anunnaki
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Trunks Tattoo by Angel R Tapia
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Trunks Tattoo by Simon K Bell
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Trunks Tattoo by Dane Grannon
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Trunks Tattoo by Emilio Winter
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Trunks Tattoo by Victor Carlos Garcia
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Featured in the dragon ball z tv movie special “Bardock- Father of Goku” Bardock is a great character and makes a good tattoo too.

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Bardock and Goku Tattoo by Carlos Fabra
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Bardock Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Bardock Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Gohan and Goku Tattoo by Rzychu
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Gohan and Goku Tattoo by Carlos Fabra
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Gohan and Goku Tattoo by Raquel Escudero
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Piccolo once villain turned hero and z fighter, becoming a good friend to Gohan.

Piccolo Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Piccolo Tattoo by Rzychu
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Piccolo Tattoo by Dane Grannon
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Piccolo Tattoo by Godfrey Atlantis
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Piccolo Tattoo by Steven Compton
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Piccolo Tattoo by Michela Bottin
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Krillin, one of the series long lasting heroes, in later series he becomes the husband of Android 18 and father to Marron.

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Gotenks is the combination of Trunks and Goten after doing the Fusion Dance.

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Master Roshi has trained many of the Z fighters being a martial arts master himself. a Master Roshi Tattoo is quite popular and makes an excellent tattoo choice.

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Master Roshi Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Master Roshi Tattoo by Godfrey Atlantis
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo by Davee Blows
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Master Roshi Tattoo by Joseph Matisa
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Master Roshi Tattoo by Alex Castillo
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Master Roshi Tattoo by Michela Bottin
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A Bulma Tattoo is the most popular Dragon Ball Z Tattoo to get for girls but is also very popular among men.

Bulma Tattoo by Laura Anunnaki
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Bulma Tattoo by Felipe Rodrigues
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Bulma Tattoo by Godfrey Atlantis
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Bulma Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Bulma Tattoo by Leonardo Doublev
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Bulma Tattoo by Tony Cardell
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Frieza Tattoo by Simon K Bell
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Realistic Frieza Tattoo by Ben Ochoa
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Frieza Tattoo by Audie Fulfer jr
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Frieza Tattoo by Felipe Rodrigues
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Frieza Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Frieza Tattoo by Rudy Mud
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Cell Tattoo by Simon K Bell
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Cell Tattoo by Oash Rodriguez
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Cell Tattoo by Godfrey Atlantis
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Vegeta and Cell Tattoo by Jimm Yimier
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There are many different ways to design a Majin Buu tattoo with his many different forms and playful appearance that translates well to tattoos.

Majin Buu Tattoo by Giant Lee
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo 2 by Andrew Douglas
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Majin Buu Tattoo by Adam Perjatel-
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Majin Buu Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Majin Buu Tattoo by Oash Rodriguez
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Majin Buu by Hugo Tattooer
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Kid Buu Tattoo by Ben Banzai
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Buu Tattoo by Oash Rodriguez
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Kid Buu Tattoo by Adrian Gruszczynski
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Kid Buu Tattoo by Kegan Hawkins
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Buu Tattoo by Victor Zetall
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Majin Buu and Vegeta Tattoo by Carlos Fabra
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Majin Buu Tattoo by Eddy Avila
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Android 18 Tattoo by Raquel Escudero
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Android 18 Tattoo by Giant Lee
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Android 18 Tattoo by Gracie Gosling
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Andriods Dragon Ball Z Tattoo by Simon K Bell
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Although not from Dragon Ball Z there are some great Beerus tattoos from dragon ball super.

Beerus Tattoo by David Barrera
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Beerus Tattoo by Laura Anunnaki
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Beerus Tattoo by Yohn Jaramillo
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Beerus Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Beerus Tattoo by Mario Toloza
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The Great Ape is the result a Saiyan transforming from a human form to giant ape.

Dragon Ball Z Great Ape Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Great Ape Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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Great Ape Tattoo by Godfrey Atlantis
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Shenron Tattoos can be some of the best Dragon Ball Z Tattoos because the on-screen and manga imagery translates so well to tattoo imagery where dragons are an iconic tattoo to have.

Dragon Ball Z Tattoo by Troy Slack
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo by Nicole Willingham-
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo by Simon K Bell
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Shenron Tattoo by Jimm Yimier
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Shenron Dragon Ball Z Tattoo by Michela Bottin
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A Dragon Ball Tattoo can be a great choice for those wanting a small Dragon Ball Z tattoo, although it looks great big and bold and even done with all the Dragon Balls together.

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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo by Vince Cardenas
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo by Kimberly Wall
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo by Nicole Willingham
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With many people not wanting to choose a single character are instead opting for a selection of their favorite characters or even a scene as a Dragon Ball Z tattoo sleeve.

Below is some the very best Dragon Ball Z Tattoo Sleeves.

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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo Sleeve by Walter Velazquez
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Dragon Ball Z Sleeve by Italo Causa
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo Sleeve by Joseph Matisa
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo Sleeve by Ry Tattoomiester-
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Dragon Ball Z Sleeve Tattoo by Ry Tattoomiester
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Beerus vs Goku Tattoo by Ry Tattoomiester
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo by Steven Compton
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo Sleeve by Rzychu
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo Sleeve by Godfrey Atlantis-Godfrey AtlantisInstagram

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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo Sleeve by Melcom
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo Sleeve by Issa Maoihibou
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Other Dragon Ball Z Tattoos

Dragon Ball Z Tattoo by Carlos Fabra
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Vegeta and Goku Tattoo by Inez JaniakInez JaniakInstagram

Goten and Trunks Tattoo by Keros
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King Piccolo Tattoo by Simon K BellSimon K BellInstagram

 

Dragon Ball Z Tattoo - Nicole Willingham
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Tien Tattoo by Adam Perjatel
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King Kai Tattoo by Godfrey Atlantis
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Vegeta and SS4 Vegeta Tattoo by Dane Grannon
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Vegeto Tattoo by Kegan Hawkins
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Dragon Ball Z Tattoo by Oash Rodriguez
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Top 40+ Best Dragon Ball Tattoo Ideas – [2021 Inspiration Guide]

When the original Dragon Ball manga series was released by Akira Toriyama in 1984, even its most ardent supporter couldn’t foresee it becoming one of the most popular Anime franchises in the world.  

Dragon Ball now spans 20 animated feature films, animated television series, spin offs such as Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT, games across all platforms including Ios and Android, and billions in other merchandise worldwide.   

Dragon Ball – Along with the world of Pokemon – has arguably been the most influential and popular Anime crossover franchise spanning both Japanese and Western markets.  

Dragon Ball tattoos are the latest wave in the signature franchise’s amazing mythology. Read on for awesome tattoo design and possible inspiration for your body art. You don;t even need to be an anime fan to dig this tattoo idea.

1. Anime Style DBZ Design 

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A cool thing about Dragon Ball tattoos is that you don’t need to be a watcher of the television series or anime fan to enjoy the art, technical skill and color in each vivid design.    

The Dragon Ball itself is a funky image, while meme culture and the internet has introduced us to Super Saiyan powering up, or Goku looking freaked out prior to battle. The pert breasted version of Bulma is a sadboi’s dream tattoo, but from a technical ink perspective it’s drawn with tremendous clarity and use of brilliant color.  

2. Black and Gray Dragon Ball Design

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On the flips side, the absence of color in Dragon Ball Z tattoo allows each tattoo artist to explore the original manga style thick black ink art on skin. I really dig the various visages of the characters, like a split screen prior to a fight, while the cute image Goku and Saiyan finger fighting tattoo features great shading and cleanly executed fine lines.  

3. Chinese Dragon Ball Shenron Tattoo

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Shenron is the magical dragon who can be summoned by individuals that collecting all seven of the Dragon Balls. As an Eastern Dragon, kind are benevolent and sacred in Asian mythology, making for a perfect Chinese Dragon tattoo idea. 

He’s naturally a vivid green in color, but these Shenron tattoo examples are etched with black line ink or black and gray so that the dragon balls can be emphasized using color to contrast against his body and face. 

4. Framed Shape Anime Dragon Ball Tattoo

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The key to this great character selection lies in framing each tattoo with a border shape to give the art depth and perspective. The Vegeta tattoo and other ideas are allowed a different look by putting elements outside the frame.   

The colorful Master Roshi ink is my favorite of these framed DBZ tattoo ideas – the old bloke looks like he’d be fun at parties – and the technical work using almost dotwork fuzz shade in creating the rising sun behind him is an epic tattoo idea. 

5. Heavy Black and Line Ink Dragon Ball

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These Dragon Ball series designs show off the variation of heavy black ink tattoos. The first one, featuring Piccolo and Krillin, looks excellent balancing negative space and single needle lines. Others, such as Piccolo and Goku, or the Super Saiyan framed fight look for manga style realistic texture.   

My favorite piece is the framed linework man in beautiful black line opposed by bright red splashes of blood. I think the artist giving the man angry red eyes and the blood trickle against his mouth – with droplets outside the frame – works brilliantly to give a technical piece even more character.  

6. Large Z Tattoo Pieces

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These bigger dragon ball tattoos go hard. Love the use of Japanese tattoo fundamentals – great balanced images, single panel color, framing shapes – all work to bring these characters into their element.   

The sleeve Goku tattoo is particularly masterful work, it looks like a freshly printed brochure. Being able to show off the wicked green hair of Broly – amongst traditional black linework – is a killer feature, while interlinking the small pieces of the main Dragon Ball Z characters – Goku, Vegeta, Yamcha, Beerus, Frieza, Krillin, Shenron, Gotenks – done in a style different to anime tradition stands out.  

I’m not as big a fan of the Majin tattoo, but that’s purely because of his rough head more than anything the tattoo artist is responsible for. 

7. New Wave Color DBZ Anime Fan Tattoo

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If you’re an fan of the anime series looking to go brazen when choosing your Dragon Ball GT tattoo, and really want to make it stand out, then new wave inspiration like these examples will stand you in good stead.  

They go beyond just vivid color into wildly disparate types of theming and outlandish use of character – I mean Cell is already weird, so leopard printing his helmet is rad. They take a simple forearm tattoo idea then create a rampant Goku image, levitating Beerus, or Master Roshi on a bender to completely change up a DBZ design.  

Dragon Ball Tattoo FAQs

What does Goku’s symbol mean?  

The Dragon Ball symbol Goku wears is a combination of separate kanji characters. The first is Kai, which means “World”. The second is Oh, which means “King.” When mixed into vertical Kanji they become the personal emblem of Kaio, who is known as the King of Worlds.  

What does the Z in Dragon Ball Z Stand For?  

The Z in Dragon Ball Z stands for “zenkai”. In Japanese, Zenkai roughly translates to mean “the last time”. Originally, Dragon Ball Z was supposed to be the finale for the Dragon Ball franchise, but then the Dragon Ball GT series was created due to the overwhelming popularity of Z, and the increase in interest from Western culture.  

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10 Dragon Ball Tattoos Only True Fans Will Understand

It is no surprise that people like Dragon Ball. The show has been intermittently on since 1984, and has come a long way. What was once a story about collecting magical wishing orbs turned into a series about combating against godlike adversaries. The story mainly follows Goku’s exploits as he trains to be the strongest person in the universe and beyond, but has plenty of other memorable characters like Trunks, Vegeta, and Piccolo.

Related: 10 Naruto Tattoos Only True Fans Will Understand

The show is all around epic when it comes to fighting action, and there is just so much cool factor within the show that it is not surprising people would be willing to ink up their arms with iconic Dragon Ball moments. Tattoos are a symbol of dedication due to their relatively permanent nature, so these people have to have been true fans to brand these tats.

10 Emperor Pilaf

Before there was Cell, Frieza, or even Vegeta, there was Pilaf. The original villain of Dragon Ball, Pilaf was a stumpy goblin looking creature who sought after the Dragon Balls to grant his wish of becoming ruler of the world. There was nothing ever really serious about Pilaf. He was mostly just a scrawny and bossy runt with a napoleon complex, and mainly served as comedic relief rather than an actual threat to Goku and his friends.

This tattoo basically sums up Pilaf well. It is a more realistic take of the creature, and has his signature outfit that makes him look like a cross between a clown and a European noble. He has one of the seven Dragon Balls in his hands, so he is probably feeling a bit of a power high at the moment.

9 Goku’s Nimbus

Nimbus was one of Goku’s most loyal friends within the original Dragon Ball. It is basically yellow cloud which only the pure of heart were able to fly on. It had the capability of going at great speeds, but when Dragon Ball Z made flying a common practice for the Z Fighters, Nimbus became obsolete and was seldom shown.

Still, it was one of the best parts of Dragon Ball as there was something visually pleasing seeing Goku ride a tiny cloud. Obviously, this person tends to agree as they got a nice tattoo of Goku having the time of his life as he rides Nimbus.

Related: Nickelodeon: 10 Things From Dragon Ball GT That Were Done Badly

8 Gogeta Super Saiyan 4

Everyone in the Dragon Ball fandom knows that GT was a terrible series. It was poorly written, shoved in boring characters while ignoring fan favorites, and had a pretty dumb plot. It is so bad that it is basically no longer canon. That being said, Super Saiyan 4 was actually pretty cool, and what made it cooler was when Goku and Vegeta used fusion to become a Super Saiyan 4 version of Gogeta. This form of Gogeta was basically the strongest character within GT, and was so powerful that his arrogance essentially kept him from finishing off Syn Shenron.

He may be cocky, but he has a right to be, and while GT may not mean much to Dragon Ball anymore, having a tattoo of Gogeta is still pretty cool.

7 Gotenks

 

Fusion is just cool in general. Combining the personalities  and appearances of two characters is such a fun concept, and while Gogeta is cool Gotenks has a special place in our hearts. Gotenks had a cool design as well as some awesome attacks. His fight with Super Buu was both awesome and hilarious, and it was even better when Gotenks turned Super Saiyan 3.

This tattoo is clever and creative, as it shows the two halves of Gotenks, Trunks and Goten, performing fusion. Each is on a separate arm, and when then collide together its Fusion!

6 Bardock

While Bardock was not shown a whole lot within the Dragon Ball series, he is actually pretty significant within the story. He is a Saiyan and Goku’s father. When Frieza felt that the Saiyans were getting to powerful, he sent his army to wipe out Bardock's squad. After finding the members of his squad slaughtered, Bardock started a one man rebellion against Frieza.

Unfortunately, Frieza’s power was too overwhelming for Bardock, and resulted in his death as well as the destruction of Planet Vegeta. Regardless, he is legendary for willing to stand against Frieza. This tattoo shows the moment where Bardock begins his rebellion against Frieza, wearing the bandage of his fallen comrade around his head.

5 Porunga

 

While Earth has Shenron as their dragon who grants wishes, Namek has Porunga. He is seldom used within the series since it is easier for the Z Fighters to gather the Earth’s Dragon Balls rather than Nameks. He his pretty cool looking, as he is designed to look like a mix of a djinn and a dragon. He even has Namekian antennas, which is kind of hilarious. He is also able to grant three wishes, instead of Shenron's two. This tattoo showcases Porunga being summoned and ready to grant some wishes.

Related: Dragon Ball: 10 Storylines That Were Never Resolved

4 The Hair of Goku and Chi-Chi

Admittedly, Goku and Chi-Chi are not the most romantic couple ever. Goku is always blowing her off to train, and Chi-Chi basically yells at Goku whenever he is around. That being said they do seem like they genuinely love each other. They have been romantically involved with each other since childhood, and have stuck together since then raising two kids. Their family may seem dysfunctional to the viewer, but everyone seems to be happy, so maybe the dynamic works just well for them.

Either way, this tattoo is endearing. It is a couples tattoo showcasing the signature hairstyles of both Goku and Chi-Chi. It also stands out a bit in comparison to some of the other tattoos on this list.

3 Majin Symbol

The Majin symbol is the marking that Babidi uses to turn his followers evil. The mark is used on several of Babidi’s followers, but it is most notably used on Vegeta, who willingly chose to let Babidi make him evil so he could finally defeat Goku. The Majin symbol can make those subjected to it stronger, but its power comes at the cost of being evil.

Clearly this guy is not too worried about wickedness though, because he decided to get a tattoo of the Majin Symbol on his back.

Related: 10 Things From Dragon Ball Z That Haven’t Aged Well

2 Four Star Dragon Ball

While the Dragon Balls are powerful in unity, there is really nothing particularly special or different about each of them about from their number of stars. However, the most iconic Dragon Ball has to be the four star Dragon Ball. While it is no different than the others, this Dragon Ball has special significance to Goku because it is his grandfather’s Dragon Ball. Goku tends to make the effort to collect this Dragon Ball grandfather’s Dragonball for sentimental purposes, and even gifts it to his son, Gohan, as shown in the first episode of Dragon Ball Z.

Clearly this fan knows their Dragon Balls, as he decided to pick the four star over the other six.

1 Kame Kanji

 

While Goku far surpassed the teachings he obtained from Master Roshi, he still brands the symbol of kame on his clothing. Kame stands for turtle, which make sense since Roshi’s martial art is Turtle School. Aside from Goku, several character wear this symbol on their clothes, including Krillin, Yamcha, and occasionally Gohan. It seems to be a well loved symbol for Goku, as he has been wearing it on his clothes for almost as long as the series has been around.

The kame kanji works well as a tattoo. It is simple design, that does not rely on extreme intricacy or detail.

Next: 5 Things Dragon Ball Super Does Better Than DBZ (& Vice Versa)

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