If there is something that characterizes Akira Toriyama's work it is the design of its characters, with so much personality. Saiyan warriors are an icon of the manganime, but Dragon Ball also has women-at-arms to take. In general, the female characters in these series have a more sensual component with their stylized figure and sometimes disproportionate measures, but Toriyama is not the one who abuses these practices the most. Still, the first few episodes of Dragon Ball had mischief that was not frowned upon worldwide, and Dragon Ball failed the censorship filter. Some are still not understood outfits like Bulma's bunny girl
In one of the first episodes, Oolong forces Bulma to put on a bunny costume, the only thing available to her. Despite being uncomfortable, Bulma agrees. This aspect went down in history and a lot of merchandising has been launched with this image, but also cosplays. The latest version of this Bulma has been made by Vixencecos who has shared a very realistic cosplay of the character, where detail is not lacking. As you can see below, she has a black bodysuit, blue stockings and shirt cuffs and collar. To top off the look, she also wears Bulma's signature blue hair and ears that she inexplicably put on. Isn't she the most authentic Bulma you've ever seen?
We are sure that in an alternate universe, Bulma would be an excellent Saiyan warrior. Both she and Chi-Chi have shown a lot of character
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