DC Comics Jim Lee Shares Awesome Monochromatic Sketch of DBZs Goku

first_img If you’ve seen Dragon Ball Z, then you know exactly why anyone would love and idolize Goku. The Super Saiyan with a heart of gold is a massively popular character, and pretty much everyone knows who he is, even without watching the newest season, Dragon Ball Super. Goku is a beloved part of pop culture, so it would make sense that DC Comics’ seasoned artist Jim Lee would decide to draw him.Lee happens to think Goku is the bee’s knees too, and who wouldn’t? So the artist decided to share his “first” and only stab at bringing the Super Saiyan legend to life. The talented comic artist threw down Goku with pen and paper in such a way that looks unmistakably like Lee’s signature art style, and yet like it was pulled from the pages of the Dragon Ball manga series.Here’s what I streames this morning: my first (and only) Goku 😉 pic.twitter.com/Pj2wY9S2pN— Jim Lee (@JimLee) April 9, 2018The artist made Goku come to life and leap off the page with just black ink, and now fans who follow Lee on Twitter are practically beside themselves clamoring for Lee to make something official with Dragon Ball. This version of Goku looks much like a more lithe, lean and somehow simultaneously beefy version of the anime Goku, but one thing’s for certain: He can still kick pretty much anyone’s butt.Jim Lee is a Korean-American artist who founded Image Comics before heading to DC Comics at a later time in his career. He’s been working on titles such as Suicide Squad and Dark Days. Judging by his talent working with familiar Dragon Ball Z characters, it looks like he could be a manga artist too, if he really wanted to. What do you think about Lee’s take on the Saiyan? Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. New Adidas ‘Dragon Ball Z’ Shoes Are On the WayThe Best and Most Loved Anime Series of All Time center_img Stay on targetlast_img

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