When it comes to Dragon Ball Z, there are no shortage of fans in the world. Each person in the fandom brings something unique to the table, and you can find their contributions online. From cosplay to fan-art, the Dragon Ball fandom has it all, and one fan is going viral for their recent pitch to the group. After all, they made a stunning CG tribute of the Saiyan saga, and it has fans fantasizing about how a big-budget CG film would work for Goku.
The clip came to light thanks to Ryan Wai Kin Lam. The fan, who runs the Youtube channel Wai Kin, decided to pay tribute to their favorite saga with an original teaser. They put their CG knowledge to work as they drafted out a teaser trailed for the Saiyan saga, and fans have turned the impressive piece into a viral hit.
You can check out the video above, and honestly, I cannot recommend it enough. This gorgeous teaser is fully animated with some of the best scenes from Dragon Ball Z's first arc. The haunting reel features gorgeous scenery that is animated in full color and texture. And as netizens admit, they would eat up a full Dragon Ball Z adaptation like this should Hollywood invest the time.
To start, this clip begins with a look as Raditz and Goku as they are blown away by Piccolo. This moment marks Goku's death and introduction to the afterlife where he learns more about his full power. As the trailer moves forward, fans are given a look at familiar locations like King Kai's planet and the dragon bridge that leads there.
Finally, the trailer leaves off with the arrival of Vegeta and Nappa. The Saiyan pair are ready to fight, and the Z-Fighters are not ready for their debut. This reel perfectly captures how devastating the Saiyans are in battle, and Wai Kin even remixed the iconic theme song "Cha-La Head-Cha-La" to better fit the somber tone.
Clearly, a lot of time and love was put into this fan-film, and we love every bit of it. Netizens seems to as well given their support, so we hope Wai Kin can explore other Dragon Ball Z arcs this way. If they do, you can be sure fans will flock to it.