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These Full-Body DRAGON BALL Z Tattoos Are Over 9000

These Full-Body DRAGON BALL Z Tattoos Are Over 9000

Tattoos are representative of different things. They are used to remember loved ones. They are used to symbolize memories or events in a person’s life. They are also used as a declaration of one’s love for their favorite things, things which mean something to them. From Spider-Man to Star Wars, men and women all around the world use tattoos to show what means the world to them. In the case of Owan Kranseen from Nakhon Pathom Province in Thailand, his love for Dragon Ball Z and its characters is without reproach.

Reported by Kotaku, this is not a long-sleeve t-shirt from Anime World. Owan’s chest, back, and both arms are covered with the characters from the popular cartoon.

Sporting what looks like every character from the series from Goku to Gotenks, you could probably trace a timeline of the Dragon Ball Z’s entirety across Owan’s body if you wanted to. It would probably be the Dragon Ball Z Kai version, though. We don’t think ANYONE’s body could go through the tattooing required to cover all the filler episodes.

Tattoos are a visual representation of a person’s emotional response to something. Something trivial to one person might mean the world to another. In Owan’s case, Dragon Ball Z is everything to him. Kudos for not being afraid to express it.

You can check out more pictures of Owan’s multiple tatoos on his Facebook Page here.

So what do you think? What pop culture icons would you deem worthy to cover your entire body with? Let me know on Twitter @donnielederer or sound off in the comments below.

Image: Funimation

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