20 of the best outfits seen at this year’s New York Comic Con

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RocketNews 24 (by Phillip Kendall):

Check out these 20 cosplayers at New York Comic Con 2015:

1. Hulkbuster!

2Keith Estiler/Pixable

2. Goku and Master Roshi

12Keith Estiler/Pixable

3. Kapow-i GoGo

16Keith Estiler/Pixable

4. The Witcher’s Geralt and Ciri

18Keith Estiler/Pixablee

5. Conan!

17Chris Anderson/Pixable

6. Ginyu Force girl

15Keith Estiler/Pixable

7. Headhunter Caitlyn and Sejuani

14Keith Estiler/Pixable

8. I-No from Guilty Gear

2Chris Anderson/Pixable

9. Mortal Kombat’s Jade

20Chris Anderson/Pixable

10. Black Cat

19Keith Estiler/Pixable

11. Ratchet and Clank!

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12. Super Mario

13Keith Estiler/Pixable

13. Borderlands’ Mad Moxxi

9Chris Anderson/Pixable

14. Spider-Man?

10Keith Estiler/Pixable

15. Boba Fett

1Keith Estiler/Pixable

16. The hero of Hyrule!

8Keith Estiler/Pixable

17. Edward Scissorhands

7Keith Estiler/Pixable

18. ???

6Keith Estiler/Pixable

19. Marty McFly

5Keith Estiler/Pixable

20. Darth M!

5Keith Estiler/Pixable

Artist depicts kill count of major Dragon Ball heroes in cool illustrations

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RocketNews 24:

Insofar as you can say that a character in the Dragon Ball  universe can really “die” (Krillin has supposedly “died” so many times we’re suspicious he’s actually a Terminator) there have been a lot of major deaths in the franchise, and the large majority of those kills are, unsurprisingly, at the hands of the series’ primary protagonists.

Even though the series is ostensibly a kids’ show, the weighty subject matter, with battles often fought to determine whether or not entire worlds and/or solar systems will be blown up, basically demands that somebody’s gotta give up the ghost once in a while. But it’s hard to get a handle on the true extent of the carnage, given that every major death is typically punctuated by nine episodes of people yelling and grunting.

Now, though, we can finally get an at-a-glance picture of how many kills each hero in the series has racked up, thanks to these neat illustrations by DeviantArtist, Alberto Cubatas.

It’s not entirely clear what medium Cubatas used to put together these amazingly detailed pieces which emulate series creator Akira Toriyama’s art style to a T, but to our (admittedly untrained) eyes, it looks a hell of a lot like they’re hand-drawn and colored. So far, Cubatas has put together kill-count illustrations for series heroes Goku, Gohan, Vegeta, Piccolo, Yamcha, and Trunks:

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Now, I’m not going to even pretend that I know who most of these murdered villains are – which explains why, to me, Goku’s kills kind of just make him look like a serial animal abuser – but it’s clear that Cubatas has done a pretty exhaustive job of representing each character’s victories. Still, we’re well aware a lot of our readers are hardcore DBZ fans. If you notice Cubatas has missed a corpse or two, sound off in the comments section below.

Be sure to check out Alberto’s page over on DeviantArt.

Dragon Ball makes a return to TV after 18 years

Dragon Ball will be making a television comeback in an all-new anime show titled Dragon Ball Super. It will be the fifth television series to spring off of Akira Toriyama’s original anime series and will be unlike any of the previous shows that aired almost 18 years ago. The revamping effort is being written by Toriyama himself, and will be taking place a couple of years after Goku defeats Majin Buu.

Dragon Ball Super will be premiering on Fuji TV in Japan this July. Fuji TV producer Osamu Nozaki revealed, “As I read the plot I’ve already received from Akira Toriyama, my dreams for this begin to expand. An enemy even stronger than Buu or Freeza may appear…

There’s no word on a North American English release yet, but we’re sure one will be following soon.

Dragon Ball Z x A Bathing Ape 2015 Collection