This stunning cosplay brings Bulma’s famous bunny girl outfit from Dragon Ball to life.
A Dragon Ball fan transformed into Bulma wearing her iconic bunny girl costume in the anime’s original.
A Filipina cosplayer who is known as rikkaxrose uploaded a photo of herself dressed as Bulma in her bunny girl costume on Reddit. The costume is from Episode 6 of the original Dragon Ball anime TV Series, which was on the air from February 26th, 1986 until April 19, 1989. In the episode, Bulma has no choice but to dress in a short outfit because it’s the only feminine piece of clothing that Oolong owned at home.
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Bunny Suit Bulma from Dragon Ball
Oolong is a sinister shape-shifting pig made to appear as Bulma wearing a bunny girl suit to sway Master Roshi into helping them end the flames of Fire Mountain. As Bulma obliges Oolong to change into her to repay his naughty deeds, he ends up getting her back by using her appearance to have a romantic relationship with Master Roshi. Goku who is only a boy at the moment is not aware of the circumstances.
Dragon Ball fan admiration for rikkaxrose’s bunny suit Bulma. A majority of the comments that she’s getting on social media claim she’s “killing it” with her cosplay with the captions “beautiful” as well as “gorgeous.” According to rikkaxrose she would prefer to cosplay a bigger Dragon Ball-inspired Bulma. Bulma’s wardrobe choices have varied from her teens to her adulthood. rikkaxrose has dressed up in anime characters series like Dragon Ball as well as Death Note. Naruto. HTML3_
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Dragon Ball’s long-lasting Impact
The Dragon Ball series is still going strong for more than 40 years, with new multimedia projects. Sixteen years have passed since the last mainline fighting game, Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi IV was released. Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, the 2022 anime film based on the Dragon Ball Super TV series and was a huge box office huge success both in Japan as well as in North America. A web animation series called Super Dragon Ball Heroes included a brand-fresh female villain, Aeos. The show is quickly gaining a lot of attention around the world.
Dragon Ball, and all the related TV series and animated movies, can be streamed on various platforms like Crunchyroll and Hulu.