The original Dragon Ball anime is packed with tons of little-known lore tidbits, and here are 10 facts about Vegeta's Saiyan suit.
Dragon Ball had some pretty amazing fights throughout its run. But some of the shows best moments come from elsewhere.
The Dragon Ball GT anime is widely derided by fans, but its ending may just be better than the one Akira Toriyama wrote in Dragon Ball Z.
Dragon Ball GT ended up with a bit of an identity crisis, unsure of which direction to ultimately take itself in and leading to unresolved storylines.
The Dragon Ball franchise is introducing a new, canon version of Broly, but how does this new Legendary Super Saiyan compare to the original?
A new tabletop experience based on Dragon Ball Z is coming in 2020 from the fan-favorite publisher behind the Game of Thrones tabletop game.
Goku's origin story in Dragon Ball already had much in common with Superman, but Dragon Ball Super: Broly brings the two backstories even closer.
Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT both have their strengths and weaknesses - but which is better at what?
From Future Trunks vs Frieza to Nappa vs... everybody BUT Goku, here are some intense Dragon Ball battles that the hero himself sat out.
While Dragon Ball Super doesn't do much for narrative progression and character development, it does a lot for lore and alters the canon in huge ways.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly was a massive success at the box office, but how does it compare to the franchise's previous big screen efforts?
From Oozaru Vegeta to Perfect Cell, here are our picks for the greatest transformations that Dragon Ball villains have ever undergone.
Goku's Gi is one of the most iconic aspects of Dragon Ball. Here are some facts you probably didn't know about it.
Dragon Ball Z's famous "it's over 9000!" line has attained meme-worthy status, but the original Japanese version had Vegeta saying something else.
While releasing Dragon Ball to North American audiences, major changes were made to the series, distancing it from the Japanese original.
Goku’s rivals are an important piece of recognizing Dragon Ball’s history; they started small before gradually building up into unbeatable monsters.
Goku didn't use his Ultra Instinct form in Dragon Ball Super: Broly and this is part of a wider problem with the franchise's power scaling.