The two best fighters? This fan art unites Goku with… Popeye the Sailor!


The two best fighters?  This fan art unites Goku with... Popeye the Sailor!

This super cool fan art reunites Goku with the sailor with the toughest forearms in the Seven Seas.

One of the best things a fandom can give is their own creations. With the rise of pop culture, more and more fans, in addition to showing their love for one (or several) franchises, highlight it with some very bizarre creations.

Some do cosplay, while others, for example, bring out the illustrator in them to give shape to scenes otherwise unthinkable.

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This brings us to Dragon Ball – over the years we’ve seen a lot of fan art combining the adventures of Goku and company with those of other heroes or villains from other franchises, whether anime or not.

The work of Akira Toriyama (Toriyama Akira) He has been generating a legion of fans for almost 4 decades who always want more of their favorite characters.

Over the years, we’ve seen Goku take on the likes of Superman, because who are we going to compare the power of the Dragon Ball protagonist to if not the Man of Steel?

Today, however, we stop at a work created by marcus-williams (@marcusthevisual) who has joined Goku with another legendary tough guy: the very same Popeye the Sailor Man.

Those lumps of forearms would be willing to compete in the World Martial Arts Tournament in any edition and prove that, spinach through, Popeye can kick a lot of butt.

The official site of Popeye the Sailor on Twitter echoes this sensational work by Marcus Williams. Popeye’s power is clearly over 9000, so it’s lucky the two colossi are colleagues.

Remember that Every Sunday you have an appointment at 5:00 p.m. with our colleague Antonio Sánchez-Migallón (Mr Kaytos), with his Directos Z. Do not stay off the hook of the Dragon Ball news and discover all the curiosities of the Toriyama franchise.


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